Eat: Pittsburgh

“Jeet Jet?” Not only does Pittsburgh have incredible food, it has it’s own language too: Pittsburghese! Jeet Jet translated into American English means: “Did you eat yet?” and implies the desire to share a meal with someone. This print was created and designed by Erin Sunshine Art and you can find her original Pittsburgh Eats Art Print by clicking this link to her Etsy shop. These items are the perfect gift for the little yinzer in your life too.

Currently, the Eat:Pittsburgh is exclusively available for purchase in the WildCard Boutique located in Lawrenceville.

eat:pittsburgh food items

  • Perogi: A traditional Polish dish, pasta dough filled with potato and cheese, onion or sauerkraut. You can purchase Mrs. T’s brand across the U.S., but everyone knows the best place to find them are in the kitchen of any church in the Pittsburgh area!

  • Primanti Bro's Sandwich: Delicious sandwich with fries and coleslaw inside.

  • Heinz Ketchup: The only ketchup recognized is South Western PA.

  • Pickles: Specifically of the Heinz brand.

  • Smiley Cookie: From a local family restaurant that literally makes you smile - Eat'n'Park!

  • Saris Candies: The best chocolates (I’m not biased.. I swear) and ice cream originating in Canonsburg, PA.

Eat: Philly

The Eat:Philly print was designed by my friend and Philadelphia native, Ashley Albert, and we enjoy our gear “with”!

eat:philly food items

Philly Cheese Steak: A Philly staple, you’re not a tourist unless you’ve tried one (“with” all the fixins’). The biggest question is, Pats or Genos?

Cheese Wiz: Don’t mind that this cheese is served from a can… it is the equivalent of jelly to peanut butter when it comes to a true Philly Cheese steak!

Water Ice: More often than not, we are talking Rita’s! Make it a gelati for a real treat.

Tomato Pie: Considered a regional specialty, Tomato Pie is basically Philly’s take on a Sicilian pizza.

Pretzel: Thicker than your traditional pretzel, the Philly Pretzel also comes with just 1 twist creating a figure 8 shape. Always served hot and with hot & spicy mustard, this is a true staple!