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Photo Credit: Michael Fornataro Edible Allegheny stopped by Wholey’s Fish Market, Girasole, and Marty’s Market to talk about the rich history of the Italian tradition of the Feast of the Seven Fishes. While visiting Marty’s, Butcher Steve spoke about Marty’s commitment to offering sustainable seafood options and his “go-to” ways to prepare his favorites. Read Andrea Bosco’s feature here or pick ...
Marty’s Market was included in Pittsburgh Magazine‘s 10 Best Lunch Spots that Won’t Bust Your Budget by Leah Lizarondo! We’re thrilled to be among other lunch spots that put flavor and quality first! Read the full article here.
Always on the prowl for the best in Pittsburgh, eatPGH just released their 6 Best Pittsburgh Breakfast Spots and Marty’s is honored to be among the legendary favorites! Check out our breakfast menu here!
Marty’s Market is featured in this great guide of the region’s sustainable producers  of meat, honey, alcohol, fruits and vegetables. Read the full article here.
Regina Koetters photographed by Michael Fornataro Marty’s Market is featured as the Local Leader in the August/September issue of Edible Allegheny. Read the full article here!
We’re honored to be among our craft coffee comrades in Pittsburgh’s Magazine “Best of Burgh’s:  The 7 Best Cups of Coffee.” Read the full article here.
Yelp’s Rachel Carlson breaks down her favorite Pittsburgh brunches on KDKA, including Marty’s Market.  Her favorites?  Our Portuguese Baked Eggs and Breakfast “Sammich.”  Find your Marty’s brunch favorite next Saturday or Sunday! Watch the clip here!
Hal B. Klein of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette stops by Marty’s Market to learn about our new sustainable seafood offerings in the Butcher Shop, and talk about why sustainability and communication matters! Read the article here.
Marty’s Market was recently mentioned in a Post Gazette article by Virginia Phillips all about… lettuce.  Salanova lettuce to be exact.  And if you think that lettuce is nothing to get excited about, you obviously haven’t tried this new breed.  Find it in our produce section and on the Cafe menu!
Check out Sheldon Ingram’s piece on why more people in our community are turning to buying locally and what it means for farmers, our economy, and our health! Watch the video here.
Pittsburgh’s NPR News Station, 90.5 WESA, kicked off NPR Coffee Week by interviewing coffee-lovers about their favorite spots for a great cup of coffee in the city, including yours truly! Listen to the story here and take a gander at Pittsburgh coffees from all over the city!
Unpredictable weather patterns means unpredictable growing seasons.  Marty’s Market, along with other local food retailers like Lawrenceville’s Wild Purveyors, spoke about this connectedness in a recent Pittsburgh Business Times article on how drought affects food prices.  Committed to working directly with local and regional farmers, attending to price changes due to weather or pest pressure is an important way to support our farmers and ...
Marty’s Market was thrilled to recently be profiled on the Pennsylvania Buy Fresh Buy Local website, a great resource for anyone looking to connect with local food growers, retailers, and restaurants.  Marty’s Market’s Strategist, Johanna Klotz, highlighted how Marty’s aims to make a difference in our region through the different avenues of our business. Check out the article
Marty’s Market was recently mentioned in a Washington Post article about new D.C. market, Glen’s Garden Market.  Glen’s Garden Market will offer local foods to the D.C. community, much of it transformed into prepared foods through their cafe.  Similar to Marty’s, Glen’s Garden Market puts emphasis on high quality, hand-picked products and products and processes that celebrate sustainability in the food ...
It’s no secret that Post Gazette staff writer, Doug Oster loves dandelions.  This Saturday, April 6th, find out why! You’ll learn how to harvest dandelions, grow your own, and taste how truly delicious they can be! Find out more from Doug’s Blog at the Pittsburgh Post Gazette! This event is free and open to the public.