FASHION AND FOOD: TWO EVENTS, LOTS OF PGH LOVE

 

What: Smorgasburgh

Who: Michael McAllister and Kit Mueller

Where: 23rd and Smallman St (Lot across from Marty’s Market

When: 9/21; 10am-4pm

Smorgasburgh is the first artisan food flea market to hit Pittsburgh and launches Saturday!  Conceived by Kit Mueller and Epic Development, the event seeks to bring together high quality, local purveyors and restaurants in an event solely focused on food.  Eat your way through 20 exceptional vendors (including several of our Urbanist friends) while sipping on complimentary Full Pint beer from PortaKeg (the event is also BYOB, so go see Beer Hive or PGH Winery for other beverages to sip on) and listening to the tunes of Madeline Rae.  The event will kick off at 10am and run through 4pm at 23rd and Smallman and is free and open to the public.   For more information see our event’s page.

Vendors:

  • Meat & Potatoes
  • The Crested Duck
  • Espresso a Mano
  • Marty’s Market
  • The Livermore
  • Fukuda
  • Lomito
  • Pastitsio
  • Tamari
  • Zeke’s Coffee
  • Franktuary
  • Olive & Marlowe
  • Wild Purveyors
  • Bluebird Kitchen
  • The Pop Stop
  • Bedillion Honey Farm
  • Good L’Oven Bakery
  • Drew Pie Supply
  • Klavon’s
  • PortaKeg/Full Pint

What: DeadBuryDead Truck Show

Who: DeadBuryDead & TOWNHOUSE

When: 9/19 – 9/21

Where: TOWNHOUSE, 6016 Penn Ave, East Liberty

 

 Fashion and furniture collide when local designer DeadBuryDead rolls into TOWNHOUSE.  Started by Brandon Grbach in 2005, DeadBuryDead is a ‘lifestyle brand for the living’ that produces stellar tees for men and women as well as jewelry and prints in Pittsburgh.  Go check out their killer pieces alongside new pieces from TOWNHOUSE this week from Thursday (with a opening party from 6-10pm) to Saturday.  For more details check out their invite on Facebook.