Corey Hughes on Talk Pittsburgh

July 18, 2023  |  Talk Pittsburgh from CBS

Fat Cat restaurant reimagining after-school, late-night snacks

A new restaurant on the North Side is reimagining after-school and late-night snacks. Host Heather Abraham welcomes Fat Cat restaurant co-owner Corey Hughes to the kitchen…

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we're open now

July 13, 2023  |  Patch

New Pittsburgh Restaurant, Fat Cat, Debuts

Fat Cat restaurant and bar has opened in the city’s North Side on East Ohio Street. “Inspired by after-school and late night snacks, we offer a from-scratch playful take on classic favorites,” the restaurant’s website states…

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Fat Cat Bar Seats

July 12, 2023  |  NEXTpittsburgh

5 new Pittsburgh restaurants and the return of Eat’n Park’s Grilled Stickies

From Cory Hughes and Alex Feltovich, the proprietors of “farm to flame” restaurant Fig & Ash on the North Side, comes a nostalgic, fast-casual restaurant, bar and live music venue in the former JR’s Bar on East Ohio Street…

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Fat Cat Bar Seats

July 11th, 2023  |  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

First Look: Fat Cat is open on the North Side

The second establishment from the owners of Fig & Ash positions itself as a casual bar with good food for the Deutschtown neighborhood. The evolution of Fat Cat, the new East Ohio Street bar and restaurant from the owners of Fig & Ash, is best experienced through its birria crunchwrap…

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exterior of Fat Cat in Pittsburgh

July 11, 2023  |  CBS

Fat Cat restaurant and bar opens on Pittsburgh's North Side

Fat Cat restaurant and bar is now open in the city’s Deutschtown neighborhood. The new, fast-casual bar and restaurant along East Ohio Street is open Wednesday through Sunday and features a menu with 14 different items…

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Bar of Fat Cat Restaurant

June 29, 2023  |  Pittsburgh Magazine

Fat Cat On The North Side Is A Slice of 70s and 80s (And Tasty!) Fun

I walked into Fat Cat at 520 E. Ohio Street and into my childhood living room. The North Side eatery has a distinctly suburban ’70s vibe and, if you grew up in the ’80s, you know it well. Lots of orange and brown. Rotary phones…

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