PITTSBURGH – The Allegheny County Health Department today reported that twenty-three new food establishments opened in the County in March. There were 10 restaurants, three confectionaries, three coffee houses, three convenience stores, a wholesaler, one social club, a cafeteria, and a mobile vendor.
“The Health Department’s monthly report highlights the new restaurants that use trans-fat free cooking oils. Four out of the ten 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 China House, 50 Market Place Drive, North Fayette; Italian Oven, 5513 William Flynn Highway, Richland; Apsara Café, 1703 East Carson Street, Southside; and Club Colony, 1928 Cochran Road, Scott.
Other restaurants included Subway, 5500 Butler Street, Lawrenceville; Gatto Cycle Diner, 139 East 6th Avenue, Tarentum; Notion, 128 South Highland Avenue, East Liberty; Jimmy John’s, 1935 Settlers Ridge Center Drive, Robinson; Subway, 537 Beaver Street, Sewickley; and Tres Amigos, 18 Highlands Mall, Harrison.
Thirteen other food establishments opened in March: Old Patton Township Social Club, 1513 Maple Avenue, Turtle Creek; Nish Spooney’s Convenience, 2009 Noble Street, Swissvale; Sweet b Sweet Shop, 5895 Heckert Road, Suite 109, Richland; Lux Artisan Chocolates, 7737 Forbes Avenue Extension, Wilkinsburg; The Coffee Tree Roasters, 10 Old Clairton Road, Pleasant Hills; Popcorn Warehouse, 2400 Josephine Street, Southside; Baby K’s, 3596 Brighton Road, North Side; Fuse Pittsburgh, 201 North Braddock Avenue, #330, Point Breeze; Lydiah’s Coffee House, 200 Grant Street, Downtown; General Morgan Market & Café, 536 Millers Run Road, South Fayette; Crepes, 3912 Coleman Street, Greenfield; Dunkin Donuts, 2150 Brownsville Road, Carrick; and Deb’s Gourmet Store, 1410 Potomac Avenue, Dormont.
For more information, call 412-687-ACHD(2243) or visit www.achd.net.
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