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4 Ways To Try Different Dumplings In Pittsburgh

Francesca Dabecco
Francesca Dabecco
Posted on August 11
Homemade pierogi lined up before boiling. (iLumenii / Getty)

Homemade pierogi lined up before boiling. (iLumenii / Getty)

🥟 Here are four ways to try different dumplings in Pittsburgh:

Pierogi Workshop

Want to learn how to make pierogi from the experts? Head to Holy Assumption Of St. Mary Orthodox Church Hall in the South Side at 9 a.m. tomorrow to mix, stuff, and eat Polish dumplings.

Taste of Taiwan

Experience "A Taste of Taiwan'' this Sunday featuring Taiwanese dishes, cultural performances, and live cooking shows at Manchester Academic Charter School. Tickets are $12-35.

Francesca with Pgh Dumplingz owner Eric White at VegFest. (Francesca Dabecco / City Cast Pittsburgh)

Me being way too excited about these dumplings with Pgh Dumplingz owner Eric White at VegFest. (Francesca Dabecco / City Cast Pittsburgh)

I Tried: Pgh Dumplingz

I’ve been wanting to try these dumplings for awhile, and I finally got my hands on them at VegFest last week. The black bean and mushroom were so spicy and delicious. Shoutout to owner Eric White: When I told him about my newsletter, he said that he reads it everyday! I’m so jazzed to meet yinz in the wild. It means so much.

Get a taste at Pgh Dumplingz’ next pop-ups: tomorrow at the Strip District Market, Sunday at Pittsburgh Cannabis Fest, Monday at Iron Born in the Strip, and Sunday Aug. 20 at Two Frays Brewery in Garfield.

The Parlor Party

The Parlor Dim Sum and Cantonese BBQ is turning 1, and you can celebrate with food, drinks, and music by DJ Bamboo at 1 p.m. on Aug. 27. Stay tuned for ticket sales for special food items.

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