Eat + Drink is Pop City’s weekly roundup of local food news.
Downtown gets new sub shop
Penn Station East Coast Subs
, which offers hot and cold sandwiches in a fast-casual atmosphere, will open its third Pittsburgh location at 808 Liberty Avenue in Downtown.
The new shop is the latest franchise installment from father-son team Denny and Jon Keidel and partner John Adams. They also own locations on Centre Avenue in Shadyside and William Penn Highway in Monroeville.
Lawrenceville juice bar opening new location
Embody Natural Health
, the Upper Lawrenceville juice and smoothie spot from Aimee Woods, will open a second location in Wexford later this month.
In addition to juices and smoothies, the new location will offer nutrition and lifestyle counseling services as well as yoga and fitness classes and acupuncture workshops.
“It’s really been developing and we’re adding on,” says Embody’s Rachel Miller.
Juice Up 412 to hold free tasting
Juice Up 412
, the East Liberty-based juice bar which operates out of The Livermore, will hold a free tasting on Monday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Eat + Drink profiled Juice Up 412
back in August, and highly recommends trying them out if you haven't already.
Six Penn hosts harvest dinner
To celebrate eight years in business, Six Penn Kitchen
will host a special five-course harvest dinner tomorrow evening at 6:30 p.m.
The menu, which will include appetizers, cheese and dessert courses, is headlined with entrees of buttered scallops and mussels served with a local corn broth, as well as a short rib course with popcorn grits, grilled squash and port demi-glace.
The dinner is $75, or $50 without wine pairings. Reservations are required, and can be made by calling 412-566-7366.
Writer: Matthew Wein
Source: Rachel Miller