Here is what other people are saying about "Where We Like to Eat n 'At"!

Check us out in the Pittsburgh City Paper!

A review on Burghilicious!

Check out our article in the Post-Gazette!

Read about us in the Pittsburgh-Dish!

See us in the Mt. Lebanon Magazine

What a great idea! Just ordered a copy, and I can’t wait. You can take the boy outa Pittsburgh… Hope you sell a million of ‘em.

C from Matthews, NC  (Formerly North Hills area)


I just read the article about your book and had to have one. I am originally from Western PA, Brownsville & South Park, and still have family and friends back home. I can’t wait to get your book, read the reviews and then try them first hand on my next trip home. Thanks for helping us displaced Pittsburghers stay connected.

S from Spring, TX


Hi, Gail and Marsha! When I read this morning’s paper and saw your article, I laughed out loud. What a great cover and title. I recently had my photo taken with the “guys” after my niece Patti and I ate at the Georgetowne Inn to celebrate our birthdays. I had one last picture, so Patti stopped on Grandview when we saw “Point of View” for the first time. I have ordered two copies of your book. I can’t wait to read it! Thanks!

C from Bellevue, PA


Hey, your little book looks like it could be a city field guide for food and fun. Going new places often gives one a new perspective on life. SO, with that in mind I would encourage people to explore, engage, and have a pleasure eating out of the ordinary.

 M from Mt. Pleasant, Michigan


Gail, what a great treat to see that you are a published author. I am not surprised--you have been a book-junkie and letter writer since forever.

M from Squirrel Hill


What a fabulous book! I grew up in Pittsburgh, moved away 6 years ago, and I'm planning to return soon. Among other things, I miss the food choices in Pittsburgh! I can't wait to read your book to see how many places I recognize. I can't wait to visit the ones that are new to me. Best wishes to you!

A from Lexington, KY


Wonderful book - great idea. Many places we haven't been that are now on our list!

L from Pittsburgh, PA


Dear Gail and Marsha, O.K. so Bellevue's best kept secret is out. Good for you!!! I enjoyed eating at Hambone's, too, when I taught in Lawrenceville. Good Luck on your book. Yunz are making many people in the Burgh happy and well fed. Peace and all good,

SCF from Mount Assisi Convent


Hey Gail. I'm now the owner of two of your terrific book. And I've read it from cover to cover! It's just plain wonderful. congratulations.

S from Northside


I suggest that you review and include the Zenith Tea Room on the South Side. It has marvelous vegetarian and vegan cuisine and is ridiculously inexpensive. The Sunday Brunch for $ 10.00 is a steal. Come early or be prepared to wait. You need to pass through the funky antique/collectibles area to get to the restaurant.

B from South Side


I'm not way into food, but you have captured the essence of the neighborhoods of the Burgh in a way that is pretty unique.