Two of Seven New Restaurants Use Healthier Cooking Oils
PITTSBURGH – The Allegheny County Health Department today reported that ten new food establishments opened in the County last month, including seven restaurants, two confectionaries, and a bakery.
“The Health Department’s monthly reports identify which new restaurants use trans-fat free cooking oils, and two out of the seven eateries opening last month cook with these healthier oils,” said Acting County Health Director, Dr. Ron Voorhees.
The restaurants using trans-fat free cooking oils are Noodlehead, 242 South Highland Avenue, East Liberty and David’s Diner, 2800 Freeport Road, Springdale Township.
Five other restaurants opened in September – Fernando’s Café, 963 Liberty Avenue, Downtown; Ramen Bar, 5860 Forbes Avenue, Squirrel Hill; Pizza & Gyro House, 700 Broadway Avenue, McKees Rocks; Bella Cucina, 4925 Cheyenne Court, Hampton; and Burgh Sportz B Wing, Pittsburgh International Airport, Concourse B – Airside, Findlay.
Three additional food establishments opened last month: Yogli Mogli, 695 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon; Le Cupcake Shoppe, 109 Capital Avenue, Mt. Washington; and Sue’s Confections, 795 Schley Avenue, Ingram.
For more information, call 412-687-ACHD(2243) or visit the Health Dept. website.