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Stack’d on the corner of Forbes and Oakland avenues in Oakland.

Food For Thought | Stack’d Oakland

By Kendall Swift, Staff Writer December 6, 2021
In this week’s installment of Food For Thought, Kendall Swift tries out Stack’d in Oakland.
The Pitt Shop on Forbes Avenue is one of the stores participating in Shop2Help Oakland, a program created by the Oakland Business Improvement District to help businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shop2Help helps local businesses, food banks

By Andrew Thompson, For The Pitt News March 3, 2021
Georgia Petropolis, the executive director of the Oakland Business Improvement District, started the Shop2Help Oakland program in October to help local businesses and the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank.

Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar packs Stack’d

By Rachel Romac, For The Pitt News September 18, 2019
Sen. Amy Klobuchar entered Stack’d Burgers and Beer with a strong smile and wave, to chants of “Amy! Amy! Amy!” from the bar area and the sidewalk next to the restaurant.
CHiKN’s menu offers four varieties of chicken — sandwich, tenders, salad and “CHiKN & Waffles.”

CHiKN brings Nashville hot chicken to Oakland

By Maggie Young, Staff Writer February 3, 2019
Nashville-style hot chicken has been around for decades before recently spreading across the country. CHiKN, owned by Stack’d, offers the recipe in Oakland.
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.

Delectable dishes at the best restaurants, according to the experts

By Neena Hagen, Staff Writer January 23, 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.
Hello Bistros cuisine features a variety of salads and burgers. (Photo by Anna Bongardino | Visual Editor)

Staff picks: cheap eats in Oakland

By TPN Staff August 21, 2017

With Red Oak Cafe’s closure, Pitt students could go hungry come fall. But here at The Pitt News, we won’t let that happen. There are plenty of restaurants in Oakland to choose from — you just need...

Hungry for more: Competition heats up among Oakland’s Asian restaurants

By Josh Ye, Staff Writer December 25, 2016
Where the last few decals of the old Pittsburgh Pretzel Sandwich Shop on Forbes Avenue used to stick, a poster of an energetic Chinese chef, smiling as he hand-pulls noodles, now brightens the dark window.
Valkyrie Speaker / Staff Photographer

Patties Stack’d high

By Eric Acosta / for The Pitt News September 21, 2015

Heads up Five Guys, your reign as the face of Oakland’s hamburger scene is coming to an end. Three days ago, Pittsburgh’s own Stack’d moved into the corner of Forbes Avenue and Oakland Avenue, expanding...

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