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Spotlight On: Campo’s Deli

Cheesesteak

Say the word “cheesesteak” to most Americans and one town immediately comes to mind: Philadelphia. In fact, Philadelphia has a long tradition with this scrumptious sandwich dating all the way back to the early 1930s. But, because Philadelphia has a reputation to uphold, one thing’s for certain: pale imitations don’t cut it in the City of Brotherly Love. Let’s take ... Read More »

Who Really Invented Pizza, Anyway?

National pizza day

Pizza recurs as a frequent theme in various cultures throughout history. Which begs the question: Who invented it in the first place? Is there any better time to tackle this tasty topic than during the month of September — host of National Cheese Pizza Day? Let’s take a closer look at pizza’s journey through the edible ages. Tracing Pizza’s Place ... Read More »

Expert Interview with the eatPGH team on Where to Eat in Pittsburgh

Where to eat in Pittsburgh

Back in the summer of 2009, foodies and Pittsburgh loyalists Julia Gongaware, Mandy McFadden, Sarah Sudar and Laura Zorch decided to create an outlet to gush about the restaurant renaissance occurring in their fair city. While they didn’t all know one another at the time, they shared two important things: a love of the ‘Burgh and a very strong desire ... Read More »

Highlights of a Foodie Walking Tour of Puerto Vallarta

Foodie

Puerto Vallarta is a popular destination for all-inclusive vacations as well as a busy cruise ship port. As a result, many of the tourists traveling there will probably be eating in their hotel or on board their cruise liner. But those willing to make an excursion into the historic downtown of the city will be rewarded with a rich experience ... Read More »