Tired of the same old hangouts every weekend? We put together a list of five coming soon, new (and newish) places to check out this fall in Pittsburgh.
1. Ki Ramen
This Lawrenceville ramen eatery is perfect for those chilly Pittsburgh fall and winter days. The restaurant is in its soft opening phase as of August 7th, opening for the dinner hours only. Expect to see fresh homemade noodles and broth—this is nothing like you ate in college! 4401 Butler St., for more information click HERE.
2. Federal Galley
This food hall concept is set to open later this fall. Patrons will be able to enjoy a food hall and beer garden on the North Shore, convenient before Steeler games. There will be four restaurant concepts and a full bar with a focus on craft beer and 250 seats (with 100 of them outdoors, perfect for those sunny fall afternoons in the ‘burgh). 100 S. Commons, for more information click HERE.
3. Onion Maiden
Vegans rejoice! This restaurant serves Vegan Asian and American comfort food and baked goods too. Mushrooms are widely used, and the pesto is known to be quite delicious. Onion Maiden also makes its own fresh kimchi and has a mean lavender lemonade for these last remaining warm days of the year. 639 E. Warrington Ave., for more information click HERE.
4. Millie’s Scoop Shop Downtown
This delicious homemade ice cream is available now in a second location on Forbes Ave. Their ice cream uses all natural milk and eggs from Western PA farms. They are always great with seasonal flavors and some standouts include hazelnut and chocolate almond cherry. 246 Forbes Ave., for more information click HERE.
5. Threadbare Cider House
Perfect for fall, those behind the popular Wigle Whiskey are hoping a cider house concept takes off on the North Side. It will open in October and feature house and experimental ciders served by the glass, Wigle Whiskey signature cocktails, craft pizza and family style seating will make this the place to try this fall. 1291 Spring Garden Ave., for more information click HERE.