PITTSBURGH – The Allegheny County Health Department today reported that eighteen new food establishments opened in the County in April. There were eight restaurants, three confectionaries, a coffee house, three convenience stores, a grocery store, one night club, and a bakery.
“The Health Department’s monthly report highlights the new restaurants that use trans-fat free cooking oils. Four out of the eight eateries that opened in April cook with these healthier oils,” said Acting County Health Director Dr. Ron Voorhees.
The restaurants using trans-fat free cooking oils are Wingharts, 200 Mall Circle Drive, Monroeville; Rumfish Grille, 1155 Washington Pike, Collier; Barbeque & Things, 2847 Chartiers Avenue, West End; and Zen Asian Diner, 5100 Butler Street, Lawrenceville.
Other restaurants included Pizza Palermo, 109 Penn Plaza, Turtle Creek; Kickback, 4326 Butler Street, Lawrenceville; Tartine, 400 South Main Street, West End; and Texas de Brazil, 240 West Station Square Drive, Suite D-1, Station Square.
Ten other food establishments opened in April: Mint Food Express, 424 Semple Street and Sultan Bey, 4601 Centre Avenue, both in Oakland; Healcrest Urban Farm Tea Pop Shop, Pittsburgh Public Market, Strip District; Everest Grocery Store, 1810 Brownsville Road, Carrick; 565 LIVE, 565 Lincoln Avenue, Bellevue; Starbucks Coffee Company, Ross Park Mall, Ross; Bangy Bazar, 2929 Saw Mill Run Boulevard, Brentwood; Vanilla Pastry Studio, 1130 South Braddock Avenue, Regent Square; Pittsburgh Popcorn Company, South Hills Village Mall, Bethel Park; and Luck Cup Frozen Yogurt, 1407 Potomac Avenue, Dormont.
For more information, call 412-687-ACHD(2243) or visit www.achd.net.
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