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New Business Roundup

From a Self-Serve Dog Wash to Southern Food Classics, New Businesses Run the Gamut

Spring has sprung and with it come a variety of new businesses, including a Pittsburgh-themed coffee shop and a sweet new pet supply store.

The Eagle Food and Beer Hall- 737 Penn Avenue, Downtown

The Eagle Food and Beer Hall has landed in downtown Pittsburgh. This Ohio-based chain brings southern classics to the ‘Burgh. The restaurant’s specialty is crispy fried chicken that’s brined in-house, so expect it on everything from sandwiches to salads. They have a number of delectable southern staples, like hush puppies, homemade biscuits, and white cheddar grits and also have an extensive drink menu with a variety of cocktails and craft beer selections.

The Eagle Food and Beer Hall is open Tuesday-Sunday 4 p.m.-10 p.m. You can reserve a table online on their website:

Shedquarters Self-Serve Pet Wash & Pet Supply Store- 419 Grant Avenue, Millvale

Shedquarters Self-Serve Pet Wash & Pet Supply opened on March 1 on one of Millvale’s main drags. They sell affordable pet supplies and have everything you need from treats to toys. The store’s main draw is their professional self-service pet wash stations that have everything you need to make your pets’ coats shine. Owner Jackie Michalik also owns Asgard Dog Food in Millvale.

Shedquarters Self-Serve Pet Wash & Pet Supply Store is open on Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. You can reserve one of their pet wash stations online at

Yinz Coffee- 2 E. North Avenue, North Side

Yinz Coffee opened March 1 on the Northside and sells coffee drinks created with Pittsburgh-made coffee blends from 19 Coffee Co. Owner Ken Zeff, a Greenfield native, knows coffee: he started the Crazy Mocha coffee shop chain in 2000. He sold the chain in 2018, but knew it was time to come back to the coffee business. The shop also sells 19 Coffee Co.’s beans and a variety of Pittsburgh themed merchandise, so you can never forgot where you come from.

Yinz Coffee is open Monday-Friday 6 a.m.-6 p.m. and weekends 7 a.m.-6 p.m. You can order online at

Four Points Brewing- 917 Western Ave., North Side

Four Points Brewing, based in Charleroi, recently took over the old Shamrock Inn Restaurant on the Northside at the end of March and offers a large beer selection with everything from IPAs to fruit beers to sour beers. Right now, the Western Avenue taproom is takeout only.

Four Points Brewing is open for takeout from Friday 4 p.m.-7 p.m., Saturday 12 p.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday 12 p.m.-4 p.m. You can order online at

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