Even with Pittsburgh’s elevation to a “city for foodies,” no-frills favorites remain popular among locals and visitors.
This hometown favorite, called a “sammich” here, starts with two thick slices of Italian bread. Pile on grilled meat, melted cheese
Pittsburghers scoff at that, happily loading up their iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers with shredded cheese
Pierogies are quintessentially Pittsburgh, where so many Eastern European immigrants settled that the city has a neighborhood called Polish Hill. Stuffed with potato