Reyna Foods

The Food Lovers' Guide to Pittsburgh


Tortilla maker (and pro boxer!) Hugo Garcia can be observed in action several days a week at Reyna Foods, cranking out warm, fresh tortillas on a Wonka-esque machine.

Viva Tortillas

Visit Reyna Foods in the Strip District for authentic Mexican treats
By Ben Boskovich | Photography by Adam Milliron


Senorita Cibulka Savors blog

A blog for my students, and anyone else interested in the Latino/Hispanic presence in the Pittsburgh area.…The Strip District, Reyna Foods, and Chicken Latino (again)...

Monday, September 12, 2011



Latin American influence gaining momentum in Pittsburgh restaurant scene

Spanish Conquest
Thursday, June 23, 2011

Reyna Foods on Rick Sebak's "Right Beside the River"

The old coal mining town of Cadogan is in Armstrong County, right beside the Allegheny River, and Nic DiCio has put together a factory there that makes some of the world's best corn tortilla chips. He uses traditional techniques to soak, cook, grind and mix the corn for his chips, and he's designed and engineered all the ovens, cooling conveyors, fryers and packing machines that make up the production line. His business is called Reyna Foods – with a store in the Strip at Penn and 21st Street – and his product line now includes corn and flour tortillas that are definitely worth a special trip. (If you visit Cadogan, be sure to check out the Villa restaurant on 128 north of town. Great Italian.)

Reyna Foods on WQED Horizons

Reyna Foods in the Strip District is Pittsburgh's oldest Latin food store. Get the inside story from owner Nick DiCio who shows us there's more than just amazing chips at this local institution.

Click here to learn more about Reyna Foods.

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