Saturday, February 2, 2013
Yeah, yeah, we know — no black and gold in the Dome this year. So amuse yourself instead by finding good stuff to nosh on and stumping your friends in between big plays.
So the Pittsburgh Steelers are staying home. So you're sick of hearing about those Harbaugh brothers. So you're cold, you're tired of being cold and you don't feel like doing much that involves venturing out in the cold. Still, that big game scheduled for Sunday IS the Super Bowl, after all, and it's being played in one of the coolest U.S. cities. Should you find yourself getting into the mood to at least watch the contest between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, you're going to need some refreshments. Sewickley Patch brings you five suggestions for spots around town that are offering a gathering place to watch the game plus specials on items to nosh on throughout. Sunny Jim's Tavern ● If you plan to watch the Super Bowl …
Friday, January 18, 2013
We have some great ideas for your weekend.
It’s Friday, and you’ve got no idea what you’ll do for the weekend. Sewickley Patch is coming to the rescue. Check out our ideas to explore, and tell us about yours. 1. A Place in the Sun When/Where: 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18 at the Sewickley Public Library. Why Go: Spend an afternoon at a movie. A Place in the Sun is about a poor boy gets a job working for his rich uncle and ends up falling in love with two women. (1951, 122min, NR) Adult program. No registration is necessary. Admission: Free 2. St. James Parish Pancake Breakfast When/Where: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 20 in the cafeteria at St. James School. Why Go: Pancakes, sausage and scrambled eggs,will be served along with coffee, tea and orange juice will be served. …
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Channing Tatum, Sewickley priest and local deaths top the list of stories for Patch readers in 2012.
From new businesses and elections to crime and crazy weather, Sewickley had a busy 2012. Here's a look back at the 10 most-read stories of 2012 in the Sewickley Patch:
Friday, May 4, 2012
A ribbon cutting for Cocothé took place Thursday followed by a grand opening celebration for Sidelines today.
Standing outside the Sidelines Beer House, Sewickley Mayor Brian Jeffe presided over his second ribbon cutting in just two days. A grand opening for Sidelines took place at noon Friday, a day after a ribbon cuting was held Thursday at Cocothé on Beaver Street. On Thursday, Cocothé, a French-inspired shop, owned by Courtney Yatesheld a grand opening party in the shop at 541 Beaver St. The shop sells have gourmet, organic, natural and unique flavors of chocolate, and various kinds of loose leaf teas. Today, staff stood outside 518 Locust Place alongside owner Bob Miller and executive chef Brad Murray to celebrate the grand opening of the new neighborhood bar, which serves 200 kinds of beer and "bar food with a flair." Jeffe estimates there …
Thursday, May 3, 2012
A ribbon cutting celebrating Sewickley's newest sports bar is scheduled for noon on Friday.
It’s no coincidence the sign at the front door invites patrons to "seat yourself wherever you’d like." Bob Miller wants “Sidelines Beer House” in Sewickley to feel inviting to customers. “Sewickley needs a neighborhood bar and that’s what we are,” said Miller of Pittsburgh, owner of the new business. Sidelines held a soft opening Tuesday, but the business will celebrate a grand opening on Friday with a ribbon cutting at noon. With hours of operation from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily, the casual and affordably-priced sports bar allows patrons to grab a bite to eat at just about any time of the day. The kitchen closes at 1 a.m. Sidelines’ executive chef Brad Murray, who runs the back of the house, said the menu offerings — wings, burgers, wraps…