PITTSBURGH – The Allegheny County Health Department today reported that twenty-one new food establishments opened in the County in May. There were eleven restaurants, two confectionaries, a coffee house, a tea house, two convenience stores, two grocery stores, a delicatessen, and a caterer.
“The Health Department’s monthly report highlights the new restaurants that use trans-fat free cooking oils. Ten out of the eleven eateries that opened in May cook with these healthier oils,” said Acting County Health Director Dr. Ron Voorhees.
The restaurants using trans-fat free cooking oils are Off The Hook, 908 Warrendale Village Drive, Marshall; I Tea Café, 709 Bellefonte Street, Shadyside; Naya, 2018 Murray Avenue, Squirrel Hill; Thai Hana Restaurant, 3608 Fifth Avenue, Oakland; The Farmer’s Table, 245 East Eight Avenue, Homestead; Mama Lena’s 2, 732 Broadway Avenue and Drea’s, 623 Chartiers Avenue, both in McKees Rocks; Muscle Maker Grill, 2767 East Carson Street, Southside; Wintzell’s Oyster House, 530 East Bruceton Road, Pleasant Hills; and Asian House, 1300 Hoffman Boulevard, Suite 1808, Duquesne.
The other restaurant is Family Restaurant, 2614 Brownsville Road, Carrick.
Ten other food establishments opened last month: Gryphon’s Tea, 4127 Butler Street, Lawrenceville; Kathmandu Mart, 2050 Brownsville Road, Carrick; Broadway Market, 295 Broadway Avenue, McKees Rocks; International Market, 13 DeWalt Avenue, Brentwood; First Class Caterers, 310 Vista Park Drive, Robinson; The Beer Market, 110 Federal Street and Just Bean Coffeehouse, 417 East Ohio Street, both on the North Side; Waffallonia, Schenley Plaza, Oakland; The Just 8 Deli, 4961 William Flynn Highway, Shaler; and 5th Avenue Ice Cream, 324 Fifth Avenue, McKeesport.
For more information, call 412-687-ACHD(2243) or visit www.achd.net.
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