Now Open: The Mi Empanada storefront in Lawrenceville

The catering duo behind Mi Empanada, a popular Argentinian pop-up series, has debuted a lovely takeout restaurant on Butler Street.

by Lindsay Patross
March 10, 2020

After 2+ years of pop-ups at events, coffee shops and breweries around Pittsburgh, Mi Empanada finds a permanent home in Lawrenceville.  Located at 4034 Butler Street, Mi Empanada will host the grand opening of their first-ever storefront space on Friday, March 13.

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You can read more about how the Mi Empanada team got their start here.

What’s an empanada?

Empanadas are a pastry shell stuffed with savory filling. The pastry shell is folded over the filling (yes, empanadas often take the same shape as a pierogi).

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Know before you go: Mi Empanada

The Mi Empanada storefront is located at 4034 Butler Street in Lawrenceville. It is next door to Convive Coffee Roastery, which opened in January 2020.

Hours: Hours will be announced soon

Mi Empanada Website

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Pittsburgh born and raised, Lindsay has been writing about the people who love Pittsburgh since 2008.

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