Best restaurants with online food delivery in Allentown

BringMeThat recently opened in Pennsylvania and now offers online food delivery from 2,000 restaurants in the Keystone state! At our site you can browse menus from nearby restaurants and place orders entirely through the Web. Great food is just a few clicks away.

We currently deliver from more than 29 restaurants in the Allentown area. Here’s a guide to some of the best options:

Ringer’s Roost | American / Hamburgers / Pizza / Sandwiches / Wraps / Steak
1801 W Liberty St, Allentown, PA 18104

“Ringer’s Roost’s new menu additions make a great place even better. At this comfy, anytime spot, veggie burgers have equal opportunity with applewood bacon meatloaf and brown onion gravy.” (The Morning Call)

Kow Thai Take Out | Thai Food / Curry / Soups / Salads
1201 W Linden St, Allentown, PA 18102

“The food is delicious, there are a variety of choices, and it has a Fantastic ‘greatest neighborhood find’ feel to it. It is truly the delicious authenticity and quality of the food that has me choose Kow Thai over its more expensive Thai competitors any day.” (Yelp! Review)

online food delivery in Allentown

Ray’s Famous Pizza | Pizza / Pasta / Hoagies / Italian Food
1424 Pennsylvania Ave, Unit 1, Allentown, PA 18109

China King | Chinese Food / Dim Sum
1901 Hamilton St, Unit 2, Allentown, PA 18104

Chianti Italiano Restaurante | Italian Food / Antipasti / Insalata / Wraps
4558 Crackersport Rd, Allentown, PA 18104

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Pittsburgh Restaurant Week

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week

Pittsburgh Skyline. Photo by Robert Yochum.

Come celebrate food culture in the Steel City! Pittsburgh Restaurant Week kicked off Monday and will run through the weekend (Aug 12-18). The event has 69 participating restaurants, each offering discounted three-course meals, many created specially for this week.

I caught up with Brian McCollum, Director of Pittsburgh Restaurant Week, to learn more about the event.

What are your thoughts on the Pittsburgh restaurant scene?

“I’m sure that people in Philadelphia want visitors to know that they eat more than just cheese steaks. In Pittsburgh, we feel quite similar. Though we have the utmost respect for Primanti Brothers, our city has a lot more to offer than sandwiches topped with coleslaw and fries. The cultural and dining landscape of Pittsburgh has experienced a renaissance in the past decade, and Restaurant Week is a great way to highlight and celebrate this.”

What’s the idea behind fixed-priced meals?

“By offering a multi-course set-price menu, it allows diners to experience three different courses at a restaurant at a discount. While it’s most popular for diners to venture and experience new restaurants, even local staples in the food scene have experienced great success by inventing new dishes in honor of the celebration.”

Could you give us a brief history of PRW?

“Originally planned as an annual event beginning in January 2012, Pittsburgh Restaurant Week has spawned into a twice-annual celebration between Pittsburgh restaurants and the community.”

McCollum said the first celebration had 30 restaurants and was so well-received that restaurants requested a second event in the summer. Compared with January 2012, this summer’s PRW will feature more than double the number of restaurants.

What’s the role of food bloggers in PRW?

“Personally, I think Pittsburgh Food Bloggers play a vital and necessary role in restaurant week. In fact, I started restaurant week because I am a food blogger passionate about Pittsburgh’s food scene, and I felt that it was time for Pittsburgh to have a restaurant week. To incorporate my fellow bloggers into restaurant week, I host an invitational dinner just for food bloggers.”

For more information, including menus and transportation directions, visit Pittsburgh Restaurant Week.

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Restaurants with online food delivery in Pittsburgh

BringMeThat recently opened in Pennsylvania and now offers online food delivery from more than 2,000 restaurants in the Keystone state! BringMeThat compiles restaurant data (menus, prices, estimated delivery times) and allows you to place orders entirely online. Simply enter your address to browse restaurants that deliver to you.

We currently deliver from more than 150 restaurants in the Pittsburgh area. Here’s a guide to some of the best options:

Pittsburgh online food delivery

The Smithfield Bridge in Pittsburgh. Photo by Chuck Szmurlo.

Center Avenue Slice | Pizza / Salad / Soup / Italian Food
332 Center Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15229

“The pizza came quickly. It was hot and delicious. The crust was crusty and chewy (I love a good pizza crust) and well cooked. The sausage was by far some of the best I have had on a pizza. The cheese pulled for miles as you lifted a slice off the pan. There were so many toppings that they fall off as you pull a slice.” (New-Burghers Food Blog)

Rose Tea Cafe | Taiwanese Food / Tea & Beverages / Asian Food
5874 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217

“I love this restaurant because the food is varied and packed with flavor; the service is quick, and the “bubble tea” (more on that later … ) is addictive.” (Pittsburgh Magazine)

Mandarin Gourmet | Chinese Food
305 Wood St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Osaka | Sushi / Japanese Food / Asian Food
2101 Greentree Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15220

My Big Fat Greek Gyro | Gyros / Souvlaki / Baklava / Greek Food
665 Washington Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15228

Pizza Milano | Pizza / Soup / Wings / Calzones / Hoagies / Italian Food
6500 Steubenville Pike, Pittsburgh, PA 15202

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Guide: Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival in Cary

beer bourbon bbq festival cary 2013 koka booth

Photo by Terence via Wikimedia

The Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival kicks off tonight in Cary!

“Join us at the festival for a great day of beer sippin’, bourbon tasting’, music listenin’, cigar smokin’, and barbeque eatin’. Your admission buys you a sampling glass so you can enjoy an All-You-Care-To-Taste sampling of beer and bourbon. Some of the best barbeque vendors are on-site if you get hungry and you can also enjoy seminars in the tasting theater and Live music all day. 11,000 attendees expected.”

Enjoy unlimited samples from more than 60 beer and 40 bourbon selections at this Cary food & drink celebration. Organizers promise mountains of barbecue and steady doses of live rock, blues and bluegrass.

– Drink menu:
– Contests: Cary BBQ Classic Tasting Contest, The Miss BBQ Babe, The Triangle’s Best Beer Belly
– Music by: Rubberband, Jon Stickley Trio, Scarletta, Will McBridge Group

August 2 | 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
August 3 | 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Koka Booth Amphitheatre, 8003 Regency Pkwy, Cary, NC 27518

Partial access starting at $25 / full access for $75

This festival guide is brought to you by online food delivery service Bring Me That, now offering delivery from 25 restaurants in Cary and from more than 1,300 restaurants across North Carolina.