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Oakland restaurants ‘delivering’ on expectations despite COVID-19 restrictions

Primanti Bros. is a sandwich shop chain that finds its roots in Pittsburgh.

By Bobbo Craig, For The Pitt News

12:18 am

Although many restaurants have been able to open their doors to the public, many are still feeling the detrimental effects of COVID-19. To be in accordance with Allegheny County COVID-19 restrictions, restaurants must close their doors by 11 p.m., keep the number of people in the building below 25% of full capacity, maintain social distancing and enforce mask-wearing.

Staff Picks: Our favorite local restaurants

Pamela’s, a diner on Forbes Avenue in Oakland, is a favorite spot for Pitt students.

By The Pitt News Staff

July 20, 2020

To showcase local restaurants, here are the top places you’ll find us eating once we’re back on campus.

Oakland restaurants adjust to on-site alcohol serving restrictions

Fuel and Fuddle will remain open for takeout.

By Anushay Chaudhry, Staff Writer

July 8, 2020

Allegheny County Health Department ordered the closure of “bars, restaurants, nightclubs, casinos and taverns” and cancelled all events of more than 25 people to prevent large groups of people from gathering.

Delectable dishes at the best restaurants, according to the experts

Fuel and Fuddle offers discounted meals after 11 p.m., helping it earn best of half price and best of late-night menu. Fuel and Fuddle also won best of beer.

By Neena Hagen, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019

To help our loyal readers, Staff Writer Neena Hagen spoke with the experts — the staff of your favorite restaurants — to find the best dishes to order.

Student restaurant deals should go beyond Oakland

Located right by Pitt's campus on Oakland Avenue, Fuel and Fuddle offers students a late-night menu with half-price options. (Photo by Anne Amundson | Staff Photographer)

By Delilah Bourque | Columnist

May 30, 2018

The best part of being a Pitt student is the endless dining options available around campus — and the deals that come with them. Whether it’s late-night, half-price pizzas at The Porch or Stack’d’s half-off appetizers during weeknight happy hours, you’re sure to satisfy your hungry stomach ...

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