Interested in sampling the newest businesses to open in Pittsburgh? From a pub grub spot to an alternative medicine retailer, read on for a list of the newest businesses to debut near you.
Now open at 274 Forbes Ave. in the Central Business District is Wolfie's Pub, a traditional American spot offering salads and more.
On the menu, you'll find shareables, salads, macaroni and cheese, pierogies, burgers, sandwiches and larger entrees, like pan-seared salmon, barbecued chicken breasts and ribs. An innovative cocktail list includes The Liberated Grandmother, featuring one draft beer, a shot of whiskey and hard candies.
Sahara Restaurant & Grill
Stop by 7600 Forbes Ave. in Regent Square and you'll find Sahara Restaurant & Grill, a new Mediterranean, Turkish and Middle Eastern spot.
The BYOB restaurant offers hummus, stuffed grape leaves, eggplant salad and more to start. Chicken, seafood and lamb dishes are available along with a wide variety of kebabs. Vegetarian platters are also on offer, as well as desserts, like baklava, rice pudding and kenefe.
Hippie & French
Stroll past 5122 Butler St. in Upper Lawrenceville and you'll find Hippie & French, an alternative medicine spot, offering vitamins, supplements and more.
The business offers CBD oil in a variety of forms for people and pets. The oils are sold in a number of flavors and in bacon for dogs. Coffee, too, is available for purchase and comes from Curly Tail Coffee, a woman-owned, small-batch coffee roaster located in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania. The Hippie & French Roast is made with a blend of beans grown in Brazil and Colombia that are roasted to a medium level and then infused with full-spectrum CBD oil. A portion of the proceeds from each bag is donated to animal rescue.