Tag Archives: pittsburgh

Summer in Pittsburgh Reviewed

By | July 23, 2016

It’s summertime in the ‘Burgh and that means hungover Pens fans still celebrating Sidney Crosby raisin’ Lord Stanley are roaming “da-town n’at” like a bunch of zombies right out of George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead. What’s this all mean to those who call Pittsburgh home, and those who are visiting? It means get… Read More »

Primanti Bros. – A Taste of History

By | May 28, 2016

It’s no secret that Consume Review Repeat is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – the city voted No. 1 by Forbes as the most livable city in America. Rumor has it that those that were responsible for giving the rating were influenced by the deliciousness of Primanti Bros. What makes the food served there so special? One word:… Read More »

Piper’s Pub

By | February 13, 2016

My wife’s uncle who we lovingly refer to as Big John is a full-blown, ivory bagpipe playing, “futbol” watching, Scotsman. He just recently got his citizenship and loves all things American, but from time-to-time, he misses his homeland. He has highly recommended Piper’s Pub  on several occasions because the atmosphere and the food reminds him of home. I’ve never… Read More »