Meet Me at Tu y Yo Cafe

Meet Me at Tu y Yo Cafe

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Near the corner of Harts Run Road and Saxonburg Blvd in the North Hills is a cozy corner of heaven called Tu y Yo Cafe. Its relaxing atmosphere with authentic small Latino eats are sure to make you feel right “en casa”.

Some of the Cafe’s menu items include empanadas, tequeños, arepas and you can’t forget the fresh brewed coffee, verdad! Owner Grace Betancourt, of Venezuelan decent, opened the restaurant in October 2019 and is steadily growing the menu to include food items from different Latin American countries.

In addition to the delicious food, Tu y Yo Cafe sells authentic items from various Hispanic countries and beyond. Occasionally you can find live music and even Spanish lessons for children which are becoming popular in the Fox Chapel Area School District zone.

Throughout the years Grace has owned different businesses focused on bringing Latin American items to the Pittsburgh area. At her new cafe, she wants people to come in and share a cup of coffee with friends and neighbors.

Now it’s your turn to support our Latino businesses! Visit Tu y Yo Cafe at 3447 Harts Run Rd, Glenshaw, PA 15116 | (412) 406-7555

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