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Apteka on Penn Avenue in Bloomfield.

Local restaurants offer fun, tasty vegan-friendly dining options

By Shreya Singh, Staff Writer January 10, 2023
January is Veganuary month — a month-long challenge founded in 2014 by an organization with the same name 一 which seeks to encourage people to take part in a vegan diet. In honor of it, here are some great vegan-friendly dining options in Pittsburgh.
Primanti Bros. is a sandwich shop chain that finds its roots in Pittsburgh.

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

By Bobbo Craig, For The Pitt News September 22, 2020
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.
People’s Pride was held in opposition to the annual pride festivities hosted by EQT — a Pittsburgh-based oil and natural gas company. (Photo by Jon Kunitsky | Staff Photographer)

The Pittsburgh pride of today ignores its roots

By Anaïs Foss | For The Pitt News June 12, 2018

As a member of a community under constant attack, attending pride celebrations used to feel like a breath of fresh air for me. Pride was always a space to be out safely and celebrate myself with other...

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