About Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh has three rivers—the Allegheny, the Monongahela, and the Ohio-- and five main districts—North Side, West End, South Side, East End and Downtown, all of which are comprised of many other smaller districts. Everything else, such as the Pittsburgh International Airport, is in the surrounding Allegheny County.

Downtown

It's a short trip from the airport to Downtown. Here stand the old, classic parts of Pittsburgh, including Fort Pitt Museum and Blockhouse, the original settlement built by the British settlers in the 18th Century. Here too are the modern economic structures of the Golden Triangle district that reflect Pittsburgh's dynamic economy. The smaller neighborhood of the Strip District provides a satisfying place to find dinner and nighttime entertainment. Restaurants and bars like Mullaney's Harp & Fiddle Irish Pub, and Primanti Bros. Restaurant give you plenty of ways to experience the eclectic community. The Strip offers a wide choice of coffee shops, cafes, and some living history in the wholesale produce markets.

North Side

The North Side is dominated by two baseball and football stadiums. It's an old working-class neighborhood that is noteworthy for the interesting architecture of the many 19th-century homes that line the streets, such as the Preserve Cottage. Stroll through and take a look at the intricate woodwork, decorative ceramic tile, slate roofs, and stained glass. For those searching for a day out, you can take in a game and then have something to eat at a place like Penn Brewery or the Church Brew Works.

West End

This neighborhood is often overlooked for its busier counterparts, but West End holds its own treasures. It encompasses the Mount Washington district, and the best view from the 400-foot top of Mt. Washington. The whole city and the mighty, muddy Monongahela River are laid out below, like a postcard. Among its most interesting features are its inclined railways, or funiculars, that run up the Appalachian hills in and around the city, a remnant of the old mining industry. Still, there are many things to do in this district. The James Gallery and the Meter Room host modern art pieces in contemporary settings. A tasty meal can be had at Cain's.

South Side

This is the place to be on weekends, with plenty of restaurants and bars within walking distance of each other. Once the crowded home to thousands of mill workers, this has become a trendy place to live and also a great place to scope out art. Houlihan's and Pittsburgh Steak Company keep their customers satisfied with stellar cuisine. The Carson Street and Shadyside neighborhoods also have some galleries, like the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

East End

This area is primarily known for its universities and ritzy neighborhoods. Both Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh call this district home, and the businesses have shaped themselves accordingly. The street-side cafes, restaurants, and bookstores all exude academia, all the while mingling with the high-end residential neighborhoods that surround them. Prantl's Bakery, La Feria and Caesar's Designs are all must-stops.

  • Kennywood Amusement Park

    4800 Kennywood Boulevard West Mifflin, PA 15122 United States - Phone: +1 412 461 0500
    This legendary old park is a National Historic Landmark, and one of the best amusement parks in the country. There are seven roller coasters -  some were built as far back as 1921, a fact possibly scarier than the rides themselves. The newest, Phantom's Revenge, was installed in May 2001. There are also the water rides, "flat" rides, and the haunted house. Don't forget the hot dogs and cotton candy! The park timings change often, so call ahead or check the website to make sure it's open.
  • Gateway Clipper Fleet

    East Carson Street & Smithfield Street Bridge Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 355 7980
    Though it's called a clipper fleet, Gateway actually has Mississippi-style riverboats with huge paddle wheels driving them — which is fine, because it makes for a smoother ride on the rivers. Included in the fleet is the Good Ship Lollipop, 55 feet long and geared for children with educational and entertainment programs. The 277-foot Majestic, on the other hand, holds 1,000 people and frequently launches for dinner cruises.
  • Monongahela Incline

    5 Grandview Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15211 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711(Tourist Information)
    This structure was the first of 17 inclines that once traversed the steep slopes along the river that bears its name. The tilted rail cars and tracks, built in 1870, shuttle passengers from the foot of Smithfield Street at Station Square to the top of Mount Washington. Still a functioning piece of the public transit system, Monongahela is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. It offers a stunning view of the Golden Triangle skyline from the observation deck atop Mount Washington.
  • Point State Park

    101 Commonwealth Place Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 565 2850
    The Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers meet here to form the Ohio River. Thirty-six grassy acres at the confluence of the three rivers of Pittsburgh bear witness to the more than 200 years of history. French and British forts, central to the Seven Years War of the late 1700s, were located here, with sparse ruins forming the basis of a modern museum. Located here is the famous fountain that shoots streams of water 150 feet high, and has become a symbol of the city. Its July 4th fireworks extravaganza draws massive crowds.
  • Mexican War Streets

    North Taylor Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States
    The streets of this middle-class neighborhood were laid out by a US Army general around the time of the Mexican War of 1846-1848. Many of them are named after historic battles from that conflict. The city-designated historic district contains 335 brick structures, most of which consist of two or three stories and were built in Greek or Classical Revival styles. The area is popular as a destination for informal walking tours and it is included in larger, formal "all city" tours sponsored by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.
  • Frick Art Museum

    7227 Reynolds Street Pittsburgh, PA 15208 United States - Phone: +1 412 371 0600
    An exquisite collection of Renaissance and Baroque paintings, sculpture, tapestries and Chinese porcelains are part of the collection of artworks assembled by Henry Clay Frick, the Pittsburgh industrialist and lieutenant of Andrew Carnegie. The Italian Renaissance-style structure is situated in a quiet neighborhood setting, adjacent to Frick Park. Occasionally, free Sunday afternoon chamber music concerts are held in the museum auditorium. The museum is part of the Frick Art and Historical Center, which includes Clayton, the Frick Family mansion and the Frick Carriage Museum.
  • The Frick Art and Historical Center

    7227 Reynolds Street Pittsburgh, PA 15208 United States - Phone: +1 412 371 0600
    Over five acres (2.02 hectares) of lawns, gardens and historic buildings make up the Frick Art and Historical Center, which is adjacent to part of the sprawling Frick Park. Landmarks in the center include the Frick Art Museum, the Car and Carriage Museum, Clayton House, a greenhouse, an education center, a museum shop, and a cafe.
  • Heinz Memorial Chapel

    4200 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260 United States - Phone: +1 412 624 4157
    This chapel, a landmark on the University of Pittsburgh's campus, was erected as a memorial of the Heinz family. The Heinz family, one of the major producers of ketchup and condiments in the United States, lived and started their now world-renowned business in Pittsburgh. The  family still funds many scholarships and services at the university. The chapel is non-denominational and holds a variety of services, weddings, and concerts. See the website for details on special events.
  • Hartwood

    200 Hartwood Acres Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 767 9200
    Just north of Pittsburgh sits a historic Gothic-Tudor mansion. The former dwelling now welcomes visitors from spring through fall. The mansion's ground, 639 acres of verdant greenery and buildings, has been turned into a county park that hosts equestrian events, charity polo matches, outdoor concerts and dinner theater. Tours are available of the house and the formal garden. Hartwood is best known for an extensive holiday light display every Christmas. Admission is USD5 for adults, USD3 for children 6-12 and USD1 for children under age 5.
  • Fort Pitt Museum and Blockhouse

    101 Commonwealth Place Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 9284
    The convergence of three rivers that make up Pittsburgh became a hotly contested site in the 1750s during the French and Indian War. The blockhouse that stands on the site of the ruined Forts Duquesne and Pitt was built in 1764, and is the only portion of the forts left standing. Part of Fort Pitt was reconstructed for a museum and provides an interesting look at life during the 18th Century in an unsettled land.
  • Rodef Shalom

    4905 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 6566
    The synagogue, Rodef Shalom, is one of two synagogues that Henry Hornbostel designed. Located in the Shadyside neighborhood, the interior of this beautiful building is illuminated by a skylight and stained glass windows. Visitors will also immediately notice the blue and gold chandeliers, which float above the rich mahogany and gilt used throughout the interior. Rodef Shalom features a Biblical Botanical Garden, which encompasses the natural world of ancient Israel and is a feature not-to-be-missed.
  • Trinity Cathedral

    320 Sixth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 232 6404
    The Trinity Cathedral is immediately visible from anywhere on Sixth Avenue. Inspired by 14-century English style, Architect Gordon Lloyd of Detroit built this Gothic edifice in 1871. Although the church was partially destroyed by fire in 1969, the interior continues to reflect a Victorian style. In addition to a historic courtyard, the cemetery houses some of the oldest graves in Pittsburgh. Although it may seem slightly out of keeping with the cathedral's past, the building hosts concerts in the spring and fall.
  • Clayton

    7227 Reynolds St Pittsburgh, PA 15208 United States - Phone: +1 412 371 0600
    In 1882, industrialist Henry Clay Frick and his wife, Adelaide, moved into their new home in Point Breeze. Dubbed Clayton, the home was of the Italianate style that became popular following the Civil War. Following the death of Frick's daughter in 1984, the home became part of the family's foundation and was opened to the public. It is a wonderful example of life in the Victorian age. Reservations are required for tours. Admission is $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and $6 for students.
  • Boyce Park

    675 Old Frankstown Road Pittsburgh, PA 15239 United States - Phone: +1 412 271 2717
    Named for William D. Boyce, the founder of the American Boy Scouts, who lived nearby, the municipal park features a wave pool and offers a variety of tennis courts, picnic areas and shelters, each of which has a Boy Scout theme. In the winter, people flock to the park for the ski trails: there are slopes for beginners and intermediate levels, cross-country skiing, night skiing, mogul runs and snow boarding. The Four Seasons Ski Lodge rents equipment, sells passes and is a great place to relax after hitting the trails all day.
  • Beechwood Farms

    614 Dorseyville Road Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 963 6100
    Beechwood Farms is the perfect stop for nature lovers. The wildlife reserve has an abundant wildlife population living on 134 acres. There are also five miles of trails for hikers, which are open from dawn to dusk all year. The educational center offers classes and summer camp for kids. Admission to the farm is free.
  • North Park

    897 East Ingomar Road Pittsburgh, PA 15237 United States - Phone: +1 724 935 1971; +1 724 935 1766
    North Park is the largest park in Allegheny County. The 3,010 acres have everything from a golf course to tennis courts to an ice-skating rink. The swimming pool is one of the largest in the world. The boathouse offers easy access to the lake, which everyone agrees has some of the best fishing in the state and the Latodami Nature Center is staffed by a full-time naturalist. Most of the park's buildings were built during the Depression as part of federal programs.
  • St. Anthony's Chapel

    1704 Harpster Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 323 9504 / +1 412 231 2994
    St. Anthony's Chapel was built as a shrine to St. Anthony of Padua in the 1880s. Father Suitbert Mollinger, a wealthy Belgian priest, provided the funding for the project; unfortunately he died shortly after the shrine was completed. The chapel holds an immense collection of religious artifacts; possibly the largest in the western hemisphere. Tours are conducted at 1p, 2p and 3p Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Bessemer Court and Transportation Museum

    East Carson Street & Smithfield Street Bridge Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States
    Located along the riverfront, Bessemer Court and Transportation Museum is an outdoor tour of Pittsburgh's industrial heritage. The Bessemer process was a technique brought from England to Pittsburgh by industrialist Andrew Carnegie for the making of steel. As they stroll along the river, visitors can view salvaged pieces of a Bessemer converter. Plaques describe the significance of each piece. The size of the machinery, even though it is in pieces, is amazing. The tour will provide visitors with a unique understanding of the steel industry. Admission is free, but parking is $1.
  • Sculpture Court at Allegheny Landing

    12 Federal Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States
    The rivers are the perfect backdrop for the Sculpture Court at Allegheny Landing. Large abstract art attracts adults and children to the riverside. The sculptures invite visitors to walk through the work, crawl over it or simply gaze from a distance. The Sculpture Court sits at the far end of Roberto Clemente Memorial Park on the North Side. A stirring Vietnam War Memorial sits at the end of the park as well.
  • Roberto Clemente Memorial Park

    North Shore Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States
    The Roberto Clemente Memorial Park honors one of the city's favorite baseball players. Roberto Clemente played for the Pittsburgh Pirates for 18 years and helped the team win the 1972 World Series. Months after the victory, Clemente died in a plane crash while supplying humanitarian aid to Costa Rica. A bronze statue depicts Clemente's ability with a baseball bat. The park sits on the North Side near the ballpark on the Allegheny River's north shore and has a water-taxi dock and facilities for boating, fishing and biking.
  • Schenley Park

    3898 Boulevard of the Allies Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 622 6959 for ice rink; +1 412 622 6959 for golf course
    The community flocks to Schenley Park, a green oasis in the midst of a bustling city, for concerts, plays and movies. Phipps Conservatory is located on the northern end of the park, which is set between Oakland and Squirrel Hill, close to Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. Hikers love the winding trails and children gather at the swimming pool during summer. In the winter, visitors can ice skate at the rink or cross-country ski. There's also an 18-hole public golf course.
  • Riverview Park

    159 Riverview Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15214 United States - Phone: +1 412 323 7223 for swimming pool
    Riverview Park sits on a hillside on the North Side of Pittsburgh. The park features a public pool, tennis courts, play areas and ball fields. The Allegheny Observatory, home to the University of Pittsburgh's 13-inch telescope, is also located here. The observatory is open to the public one day each October.
  • Settler's Cabin County Park

    1225 Greer Road Oakdale, PA 15071 United States - Phone: +1 412 787 2750
    There is plenty to do on the 1,290-acre Settler's Cabin County Park. The favorite site is the wave pool, but there are also diving pools and tennis courts. The park's most unique feature is the Settler's Cabin, which was built in 1970 on the site of the Glass-Walker-Ewing house. The house was established as part of the original land-grant program. Plans are being discussed to use 400 acres for a botanical garden.
  • Jewish Community Center

    5783 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 8010
    The Jewish Community Center is more than a place of worship in Pittsburgh. The center houses the American Jewish Museum, which features work by and about the Jewish community. Many international exhibits are displayed on the walls, as well as work by local artists. The work varies from paintings to photography to sculpture. The museum displays any medium when the content speaks about the Jewish experience. See website for events calendar, list of programs, other locations, and more.
  • Allegheny Cemetery

    4734 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 1624
    The Allegheny Cemetery, founded in 1844 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, offers guided tours through its 300 acres (121.4 hectares). With 120,000 grave-sites, the cemetery is one of the largest and oldest in the country. Visitors can trace the devastating effects of influenza and coal mining disasters, as well as find the history of local families. There are a few famous people buried here as well: composer Stephen Foster and actress Lillian Russell among them. Admission is free. Groups of 10 or more should call for tour reservations.
  • Allegheny Observatory of the University of Pittsburgh

    159 Riverview Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15214 United States - Phone: +1 412 321 2400
    The Allegheny Observatory of the University of Pittsburgh brings the stars within reach. The 13-inch telescope is powerful enough to see the stars and planets that inhabit space. Guided tours are available Thursdays and Fridays, April through October. The tour is open to individuals or groups, but reservations are required. The free tours always begin at 8p and usually last two hours. The tour is not recommended for children under the age of 7.
  • Flag Plaza and Pittsburgh Scout Center

    1275 Bedford Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 2927 ext. 219
    There is no better place to honor the American flag than at the Flag Plaza and Pittsburgh Scout Center. Every evening, if the weather is nice, a flag ceremony is held at the downtown offices. The 15-minute ceremony is held in addition to two short films that teach viewers the importance of the American flag and how to care for the nation's most identifiable symbol. Admission is free and recommended for children over 8 years old. Visitors should call to check the schedule for the flag ceremony. it is open Monday to Friday from 5 pm.
  • Pittsburgh Voyager

    1 Allegheny Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15233 United States - Phone: +1 412 231 2712
    The Pittsburgh Voyager is docked outside the Carnegie Science Center on the North Side. The Voyager provides a floating scientific laboratory for children. Kids in grades five through 12 learn about river navigation, history, physical science and environmental science. The programs provide hands-on lessons. Children can also attend summer camp and weekend programs. Fees vary based on the type of program and camp.
  • Penn Brewery

    800 Vinial Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 237 9400
    Penn Brewery prides itself on offering Pittsburghers authentic German brews and cuisine. The brewery adheres to the strict German law Reinheitsgebot, which was enacted in 1516 to ensure the purity of beer. The historic building uses huge kettles that were made in Germany to mix the four ingredients that make perfect beer. The menu features German favorites such as Paprika Huehnchen and Sauerbraten. Live music is offered throughout the week. Happy Hour is M-Th from 5p-7p, with a different beer style available for just $2 per pint each day. See website for beer info, event calendar, and online gift shop.
  • James Kelso Bible Lands Museum

    616 North Highland Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 5610
    James Kelso Bible Lands Museum is located on Pittsburgh Theological Seminary's campus. The museum houses artifacts that have been found during archaeological digs in the Middle East; many are thousands of years old. The pottery and structural remains are all significant to in-depth Bible lessons. Tours are available year round, but reservations are required.
  • Frick Park

    2005 Beechwood Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 422 6538
    Industrialist Henry Clay Frick bequeathed 476 acres to the city of Pittsburgh to establish Frick Park. It is so large that it extends into five city neighborhoods. The park has six clay tennis courts, a basketball court, two playgrounds, three ball fields and a court for lawn bowling, while on weekends dog owners love to congregate for canine fun. The Frick Nature Reserve sits on 150 acres in the park. The reserve has several meadows, woodlands and various plant life and also includes Frick Environmental Center.
  • Highland Park

    North Highland Avenue @ Bunkerhill Street Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 665 3632
    Highland Park attracts joggers and walkers every morning. The park offers 403 acres with a reservoir that is the perfect place to run laps. There are many woodland trails, a swimming pool, tennis courts, softball field, 10 playgrounds and six shelters for picnics and special gatherings. Carnegie Lake offers a quiet place to relax and try some fishing. The park sits next to the Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium.
  • Big League Tours

    115 Federal Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 317 534 2475
    The crack of the bat never sounded so good. If you're an avid baseball fan who's ever dreamed of visiting that historic stadium, or desired to watch that favorite childhood team you never got to see, Big League Tours will set you up with an exclusive baseball package that not only gets you a ticket to the ballgame, but also offers one-of-a-kind baseball opportunities. When you go on a Big League Tour, you might find yourself dining with a Hall of Famer or taking batting practice with an All-Star. With tours available in all 30 stadiums, you can customize your own memorable trip, or join a group on one of Big League Tours regional excursions. Whether your plan is to bond with the family at the ballpark or to spend a weekend with the guys, this unique tour company will provide an unforgettable experience that gets you up-close and personal with the Big Leagues.

    These tours are available during the regular baseball season. Call +1 866 619 1748 (Toll Free)
  • Allegheny County Parks

    542 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 350 7275 (Parks Department)
    Each of the six beautiful Allegheny County Parks provides various recreational activities to people of all ages. The Boyce Park is a downhill skiing location—it also has a wave pool and can be booked for various outdoor events. The White Oak Park has a wedding garden, a children's playground and also features the famous Angora Gardens. Go golfing, boating or scouting in the scenic Hartwood Gardens, or play soccer or visit an exhibition at the North Park. If all these seem like too much action, just walk your dog at one of the parks and sit by the lake to read a book! Check the website for more details.
  • Fun Fore All

    8 Progress Avenue Cranberry Township, PA 16066 United States - Phone: +1 724 779 2270
    Take an hour's drive north of Pittsburg, to this action-filled zone with loads of activities for the entire family. From go—karting and miniature golf to bumper boats, video games and baseball batting cages, it's all here. Besides these, there are several joy rides to keep you entertained. Open throughout the year, the venue goes packed with people, especially during holiday season. Don't worry if you have small children, the play area is where they can have their share of safe fun while you are away having yours! Check the website for information on group discounts, venue rental, gift certificates, rates, and more.
  • Boardwalk

    1501 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 1588
    A comprehensive entertainment center is what you will find here. Three nightclubs, a banquet area and an outdoor concert stage play host to various events that rock the place. Take part in the dock-side dining at the Boardwalk Grill, or simply tap your feet to the tunes playing out from the club areas. If you are looking for a place to host that big corporate bash, this is it. What better way to wind up a big business meet than with a party on the deck? Check the website for further details. Monday to Friday it is open from 5pm and Saturday to Sunday it is open from 12 pm.
  • Sandcastle Waterpark

    1000 Sandcastle Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15120 United States - Phone: +1 412 462 6666
    Whether you favor an adrenaline rush or prefer to chill in a calmer setting, Sandcastle Waterpark is a great destination. Located just 15 minutes from downtown, this adventure and entertainment zone features more than 14 waterslides, a go-karting zone, a hot tub, a wave pool and more. It also hosts events like music nights, movie nights, and parties. A visit here is the ideal way to break the monotony of the week. For more information, check the website.
  • Phipps Garden Center

    1059 Shady Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 441 4442
    If you love ferns, trees, flowers and plants, this is one place you just can't miss. The Phipps Garden Center comprises various beautiful outdoor and indoor gardens. The Outdoor Gardens are divided into aquatic gardens, medicinal gardens, the Japanese Courtyard and the Discovery Garden. The Indoor rooms, on the other hand, consist of the Dessert Room, the Serpentine Room and the Tropical Fruit and Spice Rooms. The center also houses a restaurant, a gift boutique and a horticulture education center where seminars, workshops and discussions are held. Check the website for more details.
  • Wildwood Highlands

    2330 Wildwood Road Gibsonia, PA 15044 United States - Phone: +1 412 487 5517
    Looking for a break from the daily routine? Head to this entertainment zone, located near Allegheny County's North Park. The venue offers a variety of activities for all age groups. Be it go-karting, miniature golf, bumper boats, tubing, water games or lazertag, it's all here! Kids can take joy in the rides at Kiddie City, or head to Woody's Den for their share of fun. Several other events and even birthdays can be organized here.
  • Robert Morris University Island Sports Center

    7600 Grand Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15225 United States - Phone: +1 412 262 3335
    This sports center is part of Robert Morris University and home to RMU Colonials ice hockey team. Built in 1998, the place hosts a gamut of activities—figure skating, golf, athletic training, fitness center, public skating, and of course, ice hockey. While visitors can come for recreational purposes, RMUISC also offers training and instruction. The place rents out the premises for corporate and kiddie parties.
  • Depreciation Lands Museum

    4743 Pioneer Road Allison Park, PA 15101 United States - Phone: +1 412 486 0563
    Get a glimpse of 19th century Pennsylvania. This oddball of a museum consist of five acres of land in the Hampton Township, on which are constructed an old pilgrim log cabin, a single room schoolhouse from the 1800s, and a pioneer-day blacksmith shop. A wagon house, complete with tools and a Conestoga wagon itself, is also open to exploration. Wander through the on-site herb-and-dye garden or walk into the adjoining building to participate in one of the various programmes organized there. While at it, you can glean nuggets of information from a costumed guide, as you tour this site which seems to be stuck in history.
  • Idlewild and SoakZone

    2582 US Route 30 Ligonier, PA 15658 United States - Phone: +1 724 238 3666 / +1 724 238 6784
    Located a half-hour drive from Pittsburg, this family-oriented amusement park is one of the oldest in the country. Originally a picnic ground, it currently houses loads of action-filled activities for kids and the young at heart. In the SoakZone you will find interactive sprays, a children's pool, water curtains, water slides and many such exciting ways to drench yourself. For some family fun, there's the interactive trolley ride. There's also the Jumpin' Jungle, the Hootin' Holler', the Raccoon Lagoon and more to treat you to a wild and exciting time. For ticket information and other details, check the website.
  • Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

    One Schenley Park Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 622 6914
    As you walk into the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, you feel like you've been transported to another world. The lush tree cover and plants create a pleasant and calm atmosphere. The park offers a wide variety of educational programs teaching various methods to preserve the environment. It also offers grants to students wanting to pursue their studies in botany and other related fields. Check the website for more details.
  • National Aviary

    700 Arch Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 323 7235
    Located in the historic side of Pittsburgh, this aviary has a treasury of beauty in store. Come by to enjoy wild life in the lovely woods of North Pittsburgh. This place houses more than 600 rare and endangered species of birds. Witness various flight atriums, bird-related exhibits, and demonstrations. Take a break from your TV set and get your children along to do some real bird-watching and learn more about nature and these lovely creatures.
  • Fort Ligonier

    216 South Market Street Ligonier, PA 15658 United States - Phone: +1 724 238 9701
    Come to Fort Ligonier and step into a time warp that takes you back a couple of centuries to the days when King George II reigned over England. Modeled on the original, this life-sized replica, situated on the top of a hill in the Laurel Highlands, is one of the most magnificent in the United States. Bring the family along to relive the days of old. Artifacts relating to George Washington and General John Forbes are featured here, as well as memorabilia from the country's early warring days. A short video kicks off a very comprehensive tour, which takes visitors through the awesome site. Stroll through an array of paintings at the site's museum, or attend one of the special activities held on certain days. Stop at the store on your way out, to take home a piece of history.
  • Hundred Acres Manor Haunted House

    100 Acres Drive Bethel Park, PA 15102 United States - Phone: +1 412 851 4286
    If you have a weak heart, don't even think of visiting the Manor House between September and October! This month-long event, brimming with ghostly scares and frightening shocks, is only for those who seek thrills and chills. Enjoy the technology that allows you to revisit the days of witchery and phantoms—with spirits and ghosts hiding in every nook and corner, you're sure to lose your wits for a while! Thank your heavenly stars if you last the entire journey! See website for concert calendar and more.
  • Annual Friendship House Tour

    5530 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 441 6147 (Organizers)
    The Friendship House Tour is a unique annual event that marks the glory of friendship. Organised by the Friendship neighborhood three miles northeast of downtown Pittsburgh, it commemorates unity and camaraderie amidst neighbors, every September. It will take you on a rolling visit to elegant Victorian style edifices and dwellings. For tickets and further information check the website.
  • Molly's Trolleys

    3046 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 2085
    Sit back and enjoy a ride through the historic neighborhoods of Pittsburgh on your very own trolley. This narrated tour combines educational information about the city's important landmarks with exceptional views from the top of Mt. Washington. A trek up the Duquesne Incline provides a panorama unparalleled in the city. The service is for a minimum of 20 people with a max of 30, so make sure to bring all your friends along on the ride. Special packages and services for events or weddings can be constructed for individual tours as well, just call ahead and plan one out!
  • City-County Building

    414 Grant Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States
    Both the City of Pittsburgh and the County of Allegheny have offices in this historic building. The designers of the interior incorporated insignias of both offices, as well as those of the building's historical functions, into the decor of the lobby. With large windows, high painted ceilings, towering columns, and a grand lobby, this is an impressive sight in the Downtown area.
  • Colonial Trust Building (Carnegie Library)

    612 Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 5945
    This building, which was once comprised of a set of commercial businesses, has been renovated to house the downtown branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, as well as the Library Center of Point Park College. The magnificent architecture inside the building makes it worth a trip on its own. Marble stairways and statues flank the walls, while stained glass casts a pleasant light on the library's extensive collections.
  • Allegheny County Courthouse

    436 Grant Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States
    Henry Hobson Richardson, one of the most important American architects of the late 19th century, won a design competition to build this courthouse in 1884. True to his style, Richardson created an impressive structure with an interior full of Romanesque architecture, vaulted ceilings, archways, and winding staircases. Today the original lobby entrance is located on the second floor of the building, after a 1912 project lowered the streets of the area. Once within the lobby, you can visit the interior courtyard, walkway to the old prison, and restored rooms that showcase the original style and decor. Even though it is a fully functioning courthouse, this historic site is worth a visit on its own.
  • Frick Building

    437 Grant Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States
    One of the most recognizable sights in Pittsburgh's Downtown skyline is the Frick Building. Its construction set off a corporate building rush in the area, but the imposing structure has maintained its architectural dominance over time. Commissioned by Henry Frick, the coke-fuel and steel magnate, it remains to this day a cornerstone of Pittsburgh's bustling business sector. The impressive two story lobby is decorated in the Beaux Arts Classical style, filled with white marble, gold plating, and lofty stairways.
  • Union Station

    1100 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States
    Union Station is both a fully operational stop on Amtrak's Pennsylvanian and Capitol Limited routes, and an architectural monument with a rich history. Originally, the rotunda at its center served a dual purpose- the lower level was a sheltered space for carriages, while the second level was an elegant waiting room for passengers, with a magnificent skylight overhead. Over the years, paint was applied to the skylight and the rooms fell into relative disrepair. In the 1980's, restoration projects began to return much of the original grandeur to the station, and now both floors of the rotunda have been turned into a large open reception room, and the skylight's paint has been completely removed.
  • Oakmont Country Club

    1233 Hulton Road Oakmont, PA 15139 United States - Phone: +1 412 828 8000
    The Oakmont Country Club's prestigious golf course was designed by Henry Fownes and is considered to be one of the most difficult courses in the United States. This elegant club has hosted more editions of the U.S. Open - including the 2007 U.S. Open - than any other golf club. Visitors of the club can either enjoy prestigious golf tournaments or play themselves on its challenging holes.
  • Carnegie Mellon University

    5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 268 2000
    Founded in 1900 and located on a picturesque campus that sprawls over 140 acres, the Carnegie Mellon University has a student strength of 10,000. The prestigious university has a strong athletics team participating in various sporting events and meets. The football field, tennis courts, gymnasium and weight training rooms are added facilities. Carnegie Mellon Events promotes campus organizations to announce and conduct college programs.
  • The History Center

    1212 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 454 6000
    The Senator John Heinz History Center is the largest museum and research center in Pennsylvania. The architecture of the building is steeped in history with memorabilia all over the museum walls. The Library & Archives section feature a specially collected section of historical annals and records. Founded in 1884, the center has been preserved and maintained by the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania and has a number of prestigious awards to its credit. The center also features the vast Meadowcroft Rockshelter & Museum of rural life which is involved with archaeological researches as well as a Sports Museum. You can also use the facility for hosting private gatherings, wedding receptions and trade shows alike.
  • Station Square

    125 West Station Square Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 2811
    A thriving center in Pittsburgh, Station Square seems to have it all. This 52-acre (21.04 hectare) riverfront complex encompasses contemporary dining restaurants and loads of shopping options. The sights and smells of delicious food at Hard Rock Café, Buca di Beppo, The Melting Pot and Joe's Crab Shack, make your mouth water. The fountain at Bessemer Court, spouting a synchronized display of multi-colored water and music, is truly thrilling. The nightlife here is always buzzing with good music and hip crowds. You can also spend your day with scenic river cruises, express tours or car shows. With so much to do, you surely need more than a day to explore this dynamic place!
  • South Side Works

    425 Cinema Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 481 1750
    South Side Works is a famous residential, business and entertainment complex. The centre features exceptional dining spots, shopping destinations, cinema complexes and a lot of other leisure spots. This landmark is also known for the numerous events it hosts in its spacious premises the year round. From shopping fests to food and drink events, promotional activities to movie premiers and gigs—this space is usually abuzz with activity. Whatever the reason may be, there is no room for boredom for visitors at South Side Works.
  • Saint Vincent College

    300 Fraser Purchase Road Latrobe, PA 15650 United States - Phone: +1 724 532 6600
    Saint Vincent College, operated by the Benedictine monks is a roman-catholic establishment that instills Christian values along with providing a disciplined approach to learning. They offer a range of graduate and undergraduate programs that are made available to a large number of prospective students. Laying emphasis to athletics and extra-curricular activities, it lends an incredibly personalized educational experience to all its students. For any further details, do visit the website or call ahead.
  • Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

    7340 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 665 3640 / +1 800 474 4966(Toll Free)
    The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is one of the best in the country, where each enclosure is spacious enough to allow the animal to roam freely while also allowing good views for visitors. The best part is that one can get up close with polar bears, primates and other exotic animals. Experienced handlers and stringent maintenance of every space add to the experience. The zoo is deeply involved with the conservation of nearly extinct flora, fauna and animal life. Visitors can avail of scooter rides, adult strollers, wheelchairs, safari jeeps, carouse rides, tram rides and more.
  • Hartwood Acres

    200 Hartwood Acres Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 767 9200

    Hartwood Acres is a 629-acre Allegheny County Park, with one of the largest country estates in the region. Hartwood includes a Tudor Mansion cottage, stable and gate lodge, and inside the mansion is a collection of original English and American antiques. Guests can enjoy the beautiful gardens as well as opportunities for hiking, horseback riding and, in the winter, cross-country skiing. Outdoor concerts are also common in the warmer months at Hartwood.

  • Saint Clair Park

    135 North Maple Avenue Greensburg, PA 15601 United States
    The Saint Clair Park was established in its current location when the government decided to ban the cemeteries in their borough. The garden is now beautifully landscaped and is often used as an events space for concerts, social meetings and other events like the Summer Sound Concert Series. The garden also has a jogging trail and a separate picnic area that is just perfect for a day out. If you are weary of your hectic routine, take a breather with a trip to the Saint Clair Park.   
  • Waterford Park

    Menoher Highway & Waterford Laughlintown Ligonier, PA 15658 United States - Phone: +1 724 238 4200(Tourist Information)
    Located right off the Menoher Highway in the city of Ligonier, the Waterford park is a charming green space that offers respite to the denizens. Summers and spring witness a burst of activity in the form of community events, festivals and shows organized here. Groups of friends, families, students and visitors to the city can be seen lounging around on the grass, reading a book or simply soaking in the warm Philadelphia sun.
  • California University Of Pennsylvania

    250 University Avenue California, PA 15419 United States - Phone: +1 724 938 4000
    Also known as Cal U and spread across 294 acres, the California University Of Pennsylvania has often been rated one of the finest institutions for arts, science and technology. An excellent faculty along with modernized amenities ensures that all students get the best education. Check website for details.
  • Irwin Park

    Pennsylvania Avenue Irwin, PA 15642 United States - Phone: +1 724 864 3100(City Park Council)
  • Dunn Avenue

    Dunn Avenue Washington, PA 15301 United States
  • Gulf Tower

    707 Grant Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States
  • Market Square

    Market Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711(Tourist Information)
    Market Square in Downtown Pittsburgh is a renovated outdoor plaza that is very popular with the locals. The square has a variety of restaurants, including the famous Primanti Brothers restaurant. Many people enjoy eating at the gazebo in the square or out in the sunshine. The square is an interesting mixture of historic and modern architecture, with one of the older buildings dating back to 1821.
  • Braddock Carnegie Library

    419 Library Street Pittsburgh, PA 15104 United States - Phone: +1 412 351 5356
    Located across Library Street, the Braddock Carnegie Library is more than just a stockist of books and journals. It goes beyond that and has become a community hub, where interesting events are held. Throughout the year, the library holds dance classes, workshops for kids and other functions. For details, call ahead.
  • University of Pittsburgh

    4200 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260 United States - Phone: +1 412 624 4141
    One of the most important landmarks of the city, The University of Pittsburgh is located in Oakland. With a rich history that traces back to 1787, the university campus comprises many important buildings, including two historic structures that are separately listed on the National Register of Historic Places namely, the Cathedral of Learning and the Allegheny Observatory. This university is where the first polio vaccine was developed and the Panthers are still known for their athletic prowess. Taking progressive strides in the community, University of Pittsburgh is one of the most prestigious universities in the state.
  • Cathedral of Learning

    4200 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260 United States - Phone: +1 412 624 4141 / +1 412 624 6000
    Towering at the center of the University of Pittsburgh is the 42-story high Late Gothic Revival Cathedral known as the Cathedral of Learning. A modern-day Pittsburgh landmark, this architectural wonder was built in 1934 and is the second tallest university building in the world. One of the most photographed landmarks of the city, the tower is also renowned for housing the Nationality Rooms. The rooms portray various cultures from the world that have influenced the growth of the city.
  • Carnegie Science Center Sports Works

    1 Allegheny Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 237 3400
    Located within the Carnegie Science Center, the Sports Work Center strives to inspire life-long learning about sports and the science behind it. Three thematic areas offer interactive experiences for visitors, including learning the benefits of an active lifestyle, scaling a rock wall and perfecting your fast pitch. The center is perfect for every age level and offers a fascinating perspective on the world of sports.
  • Hot Metal Bridge

    Off Second Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States
    Hot Metal Bridge is a dual truss bridge built over the Monongahela River. Built in 1900, it was originally a railroad used to transport steel across the banks from furnaces to mills. In the early 2000s, its upstream span was converted into a road and its downstream side into a pathway for pedestrians and bicycles. This construction is a testament of Pittsburgh’s remarkable infrastructure and a visit here offers scenic vistas of the city.
  • Canton Avenue

    Canton Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15216 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711 (Tourist Information) /+1 800 359 0758(Toll Free)
    Stretching from Hampshire Avenue to Coast Avenue in Pittsburg, Canton Avenue is not a regular pathway. It is in fact, the steepest public street in the United States. Stretching across 630 feet (192), this street couldn't beat New Zealand's Baldwin Street to attain the 'World's Steepest Street' title. Canton Avenue is a cobbled pathway that is a venue for Pittsburgh's annual bike race Dirty Dozen. Cycling upwards on this street may be a herculean task, but do give it a try.
  • Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden

    4905 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 6566
    Designed to replicate ancient gardens from the Bible, the Rodef Shalom Biblical Botanical Garden is a unique natural oasis. Established in 1987, it is one of only three of its kind in the continent. Sprawling across 0.3 acres (0.12 hectares), this landscape features over 100 exotic and tropical flora. Each plant is labeled with its Biblical name as well as a verse from the scriptures. The garden also has a waterfall, a desert, and a model illustration of the Jordan River - from the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea. Admissions are free.
  • Armstrong Tunnel

    Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States
    It’s hard to miss the Armstrong Tunnel. Connecting Second Avenue (near Duquesne University) to Forbes Avenue (between Boyd Street and Chatham Square), this unique tunnel is characterized by a 45-degree (0.78-radian) curve in the twin bores of the horseshoe cross-section. Made with Italian Renaissance sandstone walls and cut-stone portals, and trimmed with granite, the tunnel also has a pedestrian walkway on its western side, and is also great for cyclists since the air draft flowing toward the river makes it easy to travel through the tunnel with little or no effort.
  • Calvary Episcopal Church

    315 Shady Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 661 0120
    Calvary Episcopal Church has a longstanding history dating back to the 1800s. The global Anglican Communion has made it a member. The community of Calvary offers spiritual services and nurturing to visitors, and welcomes all with open arms in the name of Christ. The church tries to bind the community with committed and active work of faithfulness and selflessness via teachings, learnings, stewardships, services of the word and sacraments.
  • Byers Hall

    901 Ridge Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 237 2525
    Nestled in Pittsburgh's Allegheny neighborhood, the Byers Hall, was the former residence of Alexander M. Byers, along with an adjoining building occupied by his daughter, Mrs. J. Denniston Lyons. Designed by the Alden & Harlow firm, this structure was established in 1898 as Byers-Lyons House. The entire building features contrasting styles; Byers' side reflects Victorian architecture, while the Lyons' portion Edwardian. Byers Hall currently functions as the administrative building of the Community College of Allegheny County.
  • Nemacolin Castle

    136 Front Street Brownsville, PA 15417 United States - Phone: +1 724 785 6882
    Also known as the Nemacolin Castle, this historic landmark is located in Brownsville, Pennsylvania, on the east bank of Monongahela River. The castle was constructed in the Victorian era, when the crenellated tower was considered an engineering genius. It is one of several large buildings of the 1800s that are still standing in the Pennsylvania region. Three generations of the Bowman family lived in the castle after which it was purchased by the National Historic Society. It is now operated as a house museum and is open for public visits.
  • Carnegie Free Library

    1507 Library Avenue McKeesport, PA 15132 United States - Phone: +1 412 672 0625
    Carnegie Free Library was built in 1902 due to the efforts of The Women's Club of McKeesport. The foremost objective of the Club formed in the late 1898, was to have a library in McKeesport. In the late 1970s, the library was designated as a historical landmark. The historic building has hosted many community events.
  • Carnegie Free Library

    299 S Pittsburgh Street Connellsville, PA 15425 United States - Phone: +1 724 628 1380
    Carnegie Free Library opened in 1903, Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie contributed funds for construction of the library. The two storied sandstone edifice is built in the Italianate style. In 1981, the library was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Monongahela Cemetery

    800 Country Club Road Monongahela, PA 15063 United States - Phone: +1 724 258 8750
    The Monongahela Cemetery was built in 1863, and was designed by Hare & Hare- the landscape architects. The cemetery despite of being so old, continues to function till date. Burials and other services and conducted by the cemetery. The cemetery has been designated as a historic structure and is also put up on the National Register of Historic Places. For information regarding burials please visit the cemetery website.
  • Kinder's Mill

    LR 62194 at Piper Road Deemston, PA 15333 United States
    This historic building in Deemston has come a long way from farmstead to distillery. The three-story building, Kinder’s Mill enjoys the distinction of being a residential farmstead. Constructed as a grist mill Dutch-origin George Kinder's land, this landmark property was transformed into a distillery in 1890 and functioned as a dairy barn. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • King Covered Bridge

    Knight Hollow Road Wayne Township, PA 15362 United States
    Constructed in 1890 and restored in 2005, the historic King Covered Bridge in Wayne Township is a 46.5-foot (14.2-meter) long wooden bridge that retains its original look. This rustic bridge of the Queenpost truss type architecture is one of the nine of its kind in Greene County. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, it is covered with vertical boards and a metal sheet roof. Open to vehicular traffic, it was dedicated in a ceremony reiterating its restoration while preserving the original structure to its best condition possible.
  • Moreland-Hoffstot House

    5057 5th Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711(Tourist Information)
    This lavish Moreland-Hoffstot House is an elegant two-storied building. Built in 1914, it is an example of the French Renaissance style of architecture. Arched windows, columns and verdant lawns are some of the features of its design. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • LeMoyne Crematory

    700-798 South Main Street Washington, PA 15301 United States - Phone: +1 724 225 6740
    LeMoyne Crematory maintains a distinguished status as being one of the first crematory in the United States. Named after Dr. Francis Julius LeMoyne, the crematory was founded by himself after having adjudged the fact that most bodies dug in graves are giving rise to contaminated water and spreading of disease and infection in the living. Constructed in 1876, it was shut down in 1901 after 41 cremations. Administered by the Washington County Historic Society, it holds historic significance and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Liberty Bridge

    Crosstown Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States
    Constructed in 1928, Liberty Bridge is a historic link that connects Pittsburg to the Liberty Tunnels and South Hills neighborhoods. It carries motor vehicles, has four undivided lanes with the center lanes being reversible. The structure is made of steel cantilevers and concrete piers. The mammoth bridge spreads over a total length of 2663 feet (811 meters). Crossing the Monongahela River, it intersects Interstate 579 at its northern terminus. This bridge has also given way to direct auto routes of South Hall to and from downtown.
  • Chatham Village Historic District

    Chatham Village Pittsburgh, PA 15211 United States
    A historic community nestled in the bustling City of Pittsburg, the Chatham Village is certainly a historical area. Evolved in 1930s, Clarence Stein and Henry Wright designed this district. Though targeted to be an affordable housing option, it soon attracted affluent residents owing to the beautiful town plan. It featured in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1998.
  • Armstrong County Courthouse and Jail

    500 Market Street Kittanning, PA 16201 United States - Phone: +1 724 548 3215
    Constructed between 1858 and 1860, the Armstrong County Courthouse and Jail is a stern structure positioned at Kittanning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. A celebrated historic courthouse complex, it is a two-story building built extensively with brick and stone. It measures 105 feet (32 meters) by 65 feet (19 meters) and the roof is hipped. A characteristic feature is a portico coupled with four Corinthian order columns in the Greek Revival style. The years 1870 through 1873 marked the construction of the jail building that stands at a measure of 114 feet (34.7 meters) by 50 feet (15.2 meters). The site can be viewed from Monday to Friday between 8:00a and 4:30p.
  • Krepps Covered Bridge

    Covered Bridge Road Midway, PA 15057 United States
    The Krepps Covered Bridge is a historic bridge built with the Kingpost truss style of architecture. The bridge is 24 feet (7.31 meters) in length and covers a small area. The Krepps bridge is a part of the annual festival of covered bridges. The beautiful setting and the festival attracts many people to this historic structure.
  • Elm Court

    North Elm Street Butler, PA 16001 United States
    Well known as the Phillips Mansion, the Elm Court is a residence comprising of 40 rooms, located on a hilltop. Made of limestone, marble and slate, this house features chimneys, bay windows, oblong shaped shrubs and slate roofs. This Elm Court is called one of the stunning private homes of America. The house reflects the minor work of the Tudor Revival style.


  • Duquesne Incline

    1197 West Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 381 1665
    Duquesne Incline is an inclined funicular located near South Side in Pittsburgh and ascending on Mount Washington. It started operation in 1877 and has a 30-degree (0.52-radian) angle of inclination. It also has an unusual five-foot (1.5-meter) gauge. The locomotive was steam powered and was built to carry cargo up and down mountain in the late 19th Century. The incline was later refurbished and is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions.
  • Ebenezer Covered Bridge

    State Rute 1059 Ginger Hill, PA 15332 United States - Phone: +1 412 228 6867
    The Ginger Hill region of Pennsylvania is bestowed with a historic covered bridge in the form of the Ebenezer Covered Bridge. The remarkable Washington County History and Landmarks Foundation has also declared it as a historic bridge. It was built in 1977, the bridge occupies tremendous monumental significance and is also incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Fortieth Street Bridge

    40th Street Bridge Pittsburgh, PA 15209 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711(Tourist Information)
    The Fortieth Street Bridge is also known as the Washington Crossing Bridge. It is built across the Allegheny River and it connects Lawrenceville with Millvale (Pittsburgh areas). Built in 1982, it handles the vehicular traffic and is named after George Washington, as the bridge is located at a site where an important event pertaining to his career occurred.
  • George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge

    U.S. 30 East Pittsburgh, PA 15137 United States
    The George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge is an open spandrel concrete arch and was the largest of its kind when it was opened in 1932. Spanning across 1,598 feet (487.07 meters), it features five spans and four huge columns giving it a majestic look. It was constructed to ease the heavily congested Turtle Creek Valley and the Lincoln Highway. The bridge has been a historic place since 1977 after it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Fourth Avenue Historic District

    Fourth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 0482(Tourist Information)
    The Fourth Avenue Historic District was once a thriving commercial hub of the city. The district still features many historic buildings that are a part the area's history. PGP Place, Allegheny County Office Building, Dollar Bank, Grant Building are few of the many buildings that are still intact. It featured in the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
  • Halls Mill Covered Bridge

    St Paul's Church Road Hopewell Township, PA 16650 United States - Phone: +1 724 378 1460(Tourist Information)
    The Halls Mill Covered Bridge is a Burr Truss type of bridge built in 1872. Crossing the Yellow Creek, it has a length of 91 feet (28 meters). Owing to its strong and sturdy architecture and rich past, it was put up in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Homestead Grays Bridge

    Browns Hill Road Homestead, PA 15217 United States
    Homestead Grays Bridge or the Homestead High Level Bridge stretches across the Monongahela River. Replacing the Brown's highway bridge, this bridge was completed in 1939, later in 2007 it was renovated.
  • Hughes Covered Bridge

    Montgomery Run Road Amwell, PA 15311 United States - Phone: +1 724 228 5520(Tourist Information)

    Located in Amwell, Pennsylvania, the Hughes Covered Bridge is a historic bridge. This covered bridge was built in 1889 using Queenpost truss architectural style using sawn and hewed timber. Now the bridge is closed to vehicular traffic, but open to foot traffic. This bridge is the venue of the Annual Covered Bridge Festival, organized in the month of September every year. The structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania in 1979.

  • Friendship Hill National Historic Site

    223 New Geneva Road Point Marion, PA 15474 United States - Phone: +1 724 725 9190
    Friendship Hill National Historic Site was the home of American politician Albert Gallatin. It is maintained by the National Park Service and overlooks the Monongahela River. The original structure of the building was constructed in the Federal style with a Flemish bond. This house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.
  • Primanti Bros. Restaurant

    46 18th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 263 2142
    This uniquely Pittsburgh-style restaurant is popular with downtown office lunch and after-hours crowds looking for a quick bite and a cool drink. The decor is strictly Formica and stainless steel, with decorative sports memorabilia throughout. Be sure to open wide, as this eatery serves its famous grilled sandwiches with coleslaw and French fries stuffed inside the bread. This kind of fare will fill up even the hungriest patron.
  • Buffalo Blues

    216 South Highland Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 5837
    Located in Shadyside, Buffalo Blues was recently voted as having the best wings in Pittsburgh. You'll understand the vote after tasting some of the 13 special sauces, ranging from sweet to "Hotter 'n Hell." In addition, the menu features a variety of sandwiches, ribs and salads. Swordfish and catfish are also favorites. On the weekends, either a DJ or a band performs. Music ranges from blues to reggae to classic rock and roll. There are also some pool tables for those who need more than wings and a beer to occupy their night.
  • Boulevard Deli

    322 Boulevard of the Allies Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 4300
    Customers at the Boulevard Deli can take a tour of the city by ordering a variety of sandwiches. Each offering is named after a Pittsburgh neighborhood or attraction. The Mon is a bagel stuffed with tuna salad and melted cheese. The Mt. Washington is a stack of roast beef and cheddar cheese topped with coleslaw. The deli is popular for business lunch take-out orders, but provides seating for 26 patrons. In addition to sandwiches, the menu contains salads, soups and a few continental breakfast items. The deli is also available for catering.
  • Union Grill

    413 South Craig St Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 681 8620
    Oakland is a bustling neighborhood, revolving around the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University and several hospitals. One of the best places to enjoy American cuisine is Union Grill. Customers prefer the "Build a Burger" option on the menu, which allows them to choose what accompanies the thick burger. There are also several specialties on the menu, such as Bourbon Street Pasta: fresh vegetables tossed with fettuccine and flavored with a Cajun sauce and a dash of Jim Beam. The grill offers "rock bottom prices" on the full-service wine list.
  • Caffe Amante

    120 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 391 1226
    Caffe Amante is the cornerstone of Fifth Avenue Place, a retail and office complex located in downtown Pittsburgh. The restaurant specializes in Northern Italian and Continental cuisine. The owners boast about a family recipe for the Beans and Greens with Sausage. Other favorites include crab cakes, pastas and veal chops. A full-service bar and extensive wine list are also available. The restaurant will also host banquets.
  • Christo's Mediterranean Grill

    130 6th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 6442
    For several years, chef Christos Malacrinos cooked traditional Grecian cuisine for Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis onboard the yacht, Christina. These days Malacrinos is serving the same dishes at his downtown restaurant. Diners favor the Moussaka, Spanakopita and lamb kabobs. Make sure you save room for Christos' special dessert, ekmek. The dessert, which was created for Onassis, is a white cake topped with honey, custard, cinnamon and whipped cream.
  • Max's Allegheny Tavern

    537 Suismon St Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 231 1899
    Have a craving for schnitzel or sausage? Then try Max's Allegheny Tavern. The restaurant specializes in German dishes, with a few beef and seafood selections on the menu. For those who can't choose between German delights, try the Sampler Platter, which offers three entrees. The restaurant is located in an old East Allegheny bar that was restored to its original state. A full-service bar and wine list are available. Banquet facilities will accommodate 80 people.
  • Mitchell's

    304 Ross Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 3663
    Mitchell's sits in the heart of Pittsburgh's legal and political district. The place is usually packed with lawyers, councilman and judges. This is the place to be to hear the scoop on the latest political maneuverings in town. Even politicians have to eat: Patrons love the roast chicken, seafood, sandwiches and other inexpensive, home-style meals. Only the bar is open on Saturdays. The facilities are closed Sundays, except for banquets. The banquet facilities can accommodate gatherings of 400 people.
  • Monte Cello's

    305 7th Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 2080
    Monte Cello's offers an express lunch buffet where patrons can help themselves to pizza by the slice or sandwiches. Monte Cello's pizzas are famous for their unusual toppings, such as steak and onions or chicken and broccoli. The menu includes other entrees, soups and salads. No alcohol is available at this restaurant. Monte Cello's only accepts reservations for parties of 10 or more. Catering and delivery service is available.
  • Mozart Room

    600 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 392 4879
    Most people do not realize that a restaurant is tucked into the confines of Heinz Hall. The Mozart Room is an elegant restaurant that requires reservations and proper attire and you must have tickets to a performance to dine at the restaurant. The Mozart Room is open and a favorite before productions at Pittsburgh Symphony Heinz Hall, and even before some productions at other venues in the Cultural District as well. The chef prepares contemporary American cuisine. Some brunches are also served.
  • Mullaney's Harp & Fiddle Irish Pub

    2329 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 642 6622
    Mullaney's Harp and Fiddle Pub celebrates being Irish every day of the year, not just on St. Patrick's Day. The restaurant serves traditional Irish fare such as shepherd's pie, Irish corned beef and cabbage and fish and chips. The menu also includes American cuisine. There are at least 10 different draft beers, Irish brews and many domestic brands. Tuesdays feature Celtic dancing, while Irish bands play here on the weekends. There is a $3 cover charge after 9pm on weekends. See website for food and drink menus, specials, and calendar.
  • Original Fish Market

    1001 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 227 3657 / +1 412 227 3658
    If you were to eat at Pittsburgh's Original Fish Market everyday for several weeks, chances are you would see a different menu every day. Chef Alexander Young creates the menu and lunch specials each morning. The one constant on the menu is the PFM Bucket, which consists of more than a pound of Maine lobster, little neck clams, Dungeness crab, Maine mussels, redskin potatoes and corn on the cob. The menu also features chicken, steak and sushi. There are a variety of beers to choose and four varieties of sparkling water.
  • Ruth's Chris' Steak House

    Six PPG Place Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 391 4800
    Ruth's Chris' Steak House is part of a chain that originated in New Orleans. It seems to have taken the country's steak-lovers by storm and has become Pittsburgh's favorite place for steak. Who can resist the aged prime beef served with sizzling butter? The menu also features chicken, lamb and seafood selections. There is a full-service bar and a 14-page wine list. After 4 pm, free parking is available in the PPG garage.
  • F. Tambellini Ristorante

    139 7th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 391 1091
    When you mention F. Tambellini Restaurant, Pittsburghers immediately think of fried zucchini. The restaurant serves traditional Italian cuisine and is well known for its various pasta dishes. The menu also includes beef, veal and seafood. A full-service bar and extensive wine list are available. The Puccini Room can hosts banquets for up to 100 people. See website for menu and more.
  • Fat Head's Saloon

    1805 East Carson St Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 7433
    Anyone who has a large appetite will love Fat Head's "Headwiches" because they are big... really big. And with names like "The Artery Clogger" and "The Bay of Pigs," you know they're chock full of goodness. Fat Head's also features a variety of burgers, subs and wings. There are a few entrees, but nothing beats the crowd that shows up every Wednesday for wing night. The full-service bar is usually packed in the evenings, with many patrons focused solely on the impressive imported and microbrewed beer selection. Lunch and dinner are served daily. See website for menu, beer list, online gift shop, and more.
  • Houlihan's

    15 Station Square Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 232 0302
    Houlihan's has something for everyone: lunch, dinner, late night dining, live music or DJ, and a dance floor. The menu offers beef and chicken cooked on the wood-fired grill, sandwiches, fajitas, salads and plenty of delicious appetizers. There is a different quiche on the menu every day. Happy hour features discounts on appetizers, which can be a meal on their own. A smoking section is designated in the dining room after 5pm; before then smokers are sent to the lounge. Reservations are accepted every day, except Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Kiku

    225 West Station Square Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 765 3200
    Pittsburghers recently chose Kiku as the best Japanese restaurant in a recent poll. The food is so delicious that Japanese visitors highly recommend the restaurant. The menu features the traditional sushi dishes, plus shabu shabu, swordfish teriyaki and tempura. The first and third Tuesday of every month features all-you-can-eat specials. The menu also features a variety of Japanese wines and beers, as well as specialty cocktails. The restaurant can host banquets for as many as 30 people.
  • Mario's/Blue Lou's Southside Saloon

    1514 East Carson St. Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 381 5610
    There was a time when Blue Lou's and Mario's were two distinct establishments, even though they had the same owner. Several years ago the owner knocked down the dividing wall to combine the bars. One of the hottest nightspots on the South Side, Mario's/Blue Lou's is always crowded. The extensive menu features sandwiches, salads, burgers and the famous BBQ ribs, which are roasted for eight hours before touching the grill. Also watch out for waitresses sliding down the fire pole bearing cakes.
  • Pittsburgh Steak Company

    1924 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 381 5505
    The name may proclaim the main feature on the menu, but there are more than steaks available. The menu has a variety of chicken, pasta and seafood entrees. Diners rave about the fried zucchini appetizer. Reservations are suggested for parties of eight or more. Banquet facilities are available for up to 96 people.
  • Sushi Two

    2122 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 7874
    For those trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, Sushi Two offers lighter Japanese cuisine. As the name implies, sushi is the specialty, but the menu also includes tempura, teriyaki and several chef's specials. Diners rave about the Chicken Cheese Roll and the Fantasy Shrimp, which is sauteed in a creamy sauce with asparagus. There are several varieties of sake to try and a full-service bar. The Japanese Tatami Room can host banquets for up to 30 people. When in Shadyside, visit Sushi Two's sister store, Sushi Too.
  • Monterey Bay Fish Grotto

    1411 Grandview Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15211 United States - Phone: +1 412 481 4414
    Located on the 10th floor, this elegant restaurant features wrap-around windows that provide a spectacular view of the Point and the three rivers. Along with an amazing view, Monterey Bay Fish Grotto also has an extensive  menu. If you're not sure what you should try, most diners recommend the Maryland crabcakes or the Rido Grille House, an Atlantic salmon dish.
  • Ali Baba

    404 South Craig Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 2829
    In a recent poll, Ali Baba was voted Best Middle Eastern restaurant in Pittsburgh. Since 1972, the restaurant has been serving hummus, baba ghanoush and shish kebabs. The restaurant is easily accessible since it is located between the campuses of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. They suggest you call ahead for reservations for parties of five or more.
  • China Palace

    5440 Walnut St Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 687 5555
    One of the most popular restaurants in Shadyside, the China Palace specializes in Hunan and Szechuan dishes. The menu has an extensive list of entrees made with seafood, beef, chicken or pork. One of the favorites is Three's Company, which features Lemon Chicken, General Tso's Chicken and Chicken with Vegetables. There is a bar and a wine list. The restaurant will not accept reservations. China Palace has two other locations, in Monroeville and Sewickley.
  • Cozumel

    5507 Walnut St Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 5100
    The owners have named their restaurant after their hometown in Mexico. Cozumel serves traditional Mexican dishes that have not been "Americanized" like the food found in national chains. The menu features traditional chimichangas, burritos and tacos, but there are also some exotic dishes such as ostrich fajitas. There is a full-service bar that offers Mexican beers and mixed drinks, such as the popular strawberry daiquiri.
  • Del's Bar & Ristorante DelPizzo

    4428 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 1448
    Since 1949, Del's Bar & Ristorante DelPizzo has been serving lunch and dinner to Pittsburghers. The patrons always request Del's Gourmet Pizza, but the menu also features steaks, chicken, veal, pasta and seafood. Wednesday nights are buffet night, and karaoke is often the evening's entertainment. The restaurant's banquet facilities can host up to 100 people. See website for menus and coupons.
  • Elbow Room

    5744 1/2 Ellsworth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 441 5222
    The Elbow Room has been a fixture in Shadyside for more than 40 years. The menu features large salads and lots of sandwiches. There are limited entree and wine lists. On Sundays, the restaurant offers a brunch, and during nice weather, patrons can dine on a secluded patio surrounded by vine-covered walls. The banquet facilities will accommodate up to 100 people.
  • Tazza D'Oro Cafe

    1125 North Highland Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 3676
    Tazza D'oro, meaning cup of gold in Italian, is a premier coffee house located in the Highland Park neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Owner Amy Enrico wanted a place that reflects her love of European cuisine and ambiance. The highly trained baristas will expertly mix together the perfect cup of coffee using various brewing techniques. The cafe offers specialty coffees, breads, pastries, soups, salads and imported meats and cheeses. All ingredients are locally sourced and certified organic.
  • India Garden

    328 Atwood St Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 3000
    For three years, Pittsburghers have chosen India Garden as the best Indian cuisine in the area. The secret to its distinctive taste belongs to the restaurant's use of a clay oven. The menu features beef and seafood dishes, as well as many selections for vegetarians. The daily buffet features more than 25 items, and is very popular among university students in Oakland. The restaurant does not serve alcohol, but patrons can bring their own. Banquet facilities can accommodate up to 230 people. See website for menus and drink specials.
  • Kazansky's Restaurant & Delicatessen

    2201 Murray Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 4555
    Pittsburgh sportscaster Myron Cope's favorite expression, Yoy, inspired Kazansky's Restaurant and Delicatessen to name several of their sandwiches the Yoy, Double Yoy and Triple Yoy. Each is built around corned beef. Another favorite is The Marv Albert, which is beef tongue and swiss on pumpernickel bread. The deli is a favorite in Squirrel Hill's Jewish community and is usually crowded for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant serves only beer, no other alcohol.
  • Khalil's II

    4757 Baum Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 4757
    Before Khalil's II opened, chef Mikhail Khalil spent 12 years as a chef at the restaurant's predecessor at the same Shadyside site. Khalil broils and grills the majority of the food, which encompasses traditional Middle Eastern cuisine. Favorites are shishkabob and Samket el Pasha. There is a full-service bar and wine list. Banquet facilities will accomodate up to 125 people.
  • La Cucina Flegrea

    2114 Murray Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 2082
    Le Cucina Fleagra, which is Italian for burning plains, is named for the Naples region of Italy where volcanoes have left a ring of craters. The restaurant specializes in Neapolitan dishes like Gamberoni Michaelangelo and Polpette Flegrea con Pasta. The restaurant seats 30 and only accepts reservations on the weekdays. It is a non-smoking establishment and does not serve alcohol. Customers can bring their own wine for a $3 per bottle corking fee.
  • La Feria

    5527 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 4501
    Peruvian native Luisa Porras joined forces with Pamela Cohen of Pamela’s Restaurant to create an authentic South American experience in Shadyside. La Feria was launched in 1993, and has since been the melting pot of Peruvian culture while introducing the country's rich heritage to America. The menu feature timeless classics like Ropa Vieja, Tortilla De Papa, Black Bean Salad Plate, Pollo Rebozado and Locro de Zapallo. Ingredients are locally-sourced while spices and condiments are exclusively shipped from the region. End your meal with homemade bread pudding, Pudin De Pan. Visit the store alongside that is replete with folk art and traditional handicraft items brought home from the owner's travels to Peru. The eclectic assortment is a burst of vibrancy that reflects the signature Latin culture.
  • Lucca

    317 South Craig St Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 3310
    Lucca is one of the best Oakland restaurants serving European cuisine. The menu has an Italian flare and offers many specialties including linguini semplice tossed in a fresh tomato-basil sauce, crab cakes and rib eye steaks. The menu changes daily and seasonally: Lamb is featured in the spring, while pasta dominates in the summer. There is a full-service bar and extensive wine list. The banquet facilities can accommodate up to 30 people. During the nice weather, a patio is opened for dining, although it fills up quickly.
  • Mad Mex

    370 Atwood St Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 681 5656
    Located near the University of Pittsburgh in Oakland, Mad Mex offers a lively atmosphere and delicious Mexican cuisine. Dishes have interesting names like Heavy Duty Judy's Curry Chicken Burrito. The full-service bar offers an impressive variety of microbrews and some of the biggest margaritas you will ever see. This is not a place for a quiet conversation. The restaurant offers background music and loud conversation, and is perfect for a fun night on the town. The nightly special is from 11pm to 1am when food is half price. See website for menus, draft beer list, and locations all around the region.
  • The Original Hot Dog Shop

    3901 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 7388
    Established in 1960, The Original Hot Dog Shop started as a small eatery. As the success of Syd and Moe's restaurant grew, the news of their secret sauce spread, and more and more people came by to try what they were missing. Restaurant expansions and menu additions soon followed, and in no time this place was receiving recognition on an international platform with television coverage, newspaper articles and magazine publications. Even today, if you ask any alumni what they most remember about University of Pittsburgh campus, the answer will likely be “The O.” A variety of hot dogs, french fries, subs, wings and pizzas is what you can try out here. Don't miss out on their famous fries, which fill a large plate that you probably will want to share! This lively place stays open late, and is a great option for a late-night bite.
  • Prince of India Restaurant and Tavern

    3614 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 687 0888
    Located next to the University of Pittsburgh and several Oakland hospitals, the Prince of India Restaurant and Tavern always has a crowd for the daily lunch buffet. The restaurant facilities include genuine Indian clay ovens that turn out hot, fresh bread in ten varieties every day. The menu features curries, as well as lamb, seafood and vegetarian selections. There is a bar and wine list. Reservations are never accepted.
  • Ritter's Diner

    5221 Baum Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 4852
    Ritter's Diner has been serving Pittsburghers non-stop for more than thirty years. The diner serves the classic American dishes, but specializes in breakfasts. One of the most popular items on the menu is the rice pudding. The diner does not accept reservations or credit cards, and does not serve liquor. This diner also features banquet facilities large enough to accommodate up to 75 people.
  • Spice Island Tea House

    243 Atwood Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 687 8821
    The Spice Island Tea House features the cuisine of several Asian countries - Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Myanmar. The menu features a number of noodle dishes, specialty salads, and plenty of choices for vegetarians. The quantity and variety they offer is simply amazing for the price they charge. So if you are on a budget and looking to have a wholesome Asian meal, then you should definitely try this place. Thai basil fried rice, Singaporean rice noodles, tea leaf salad and Thai grilled beef are some of the delectable dishes on their extensive menu.
  • Sushi Too

    5432 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 687 8744
    Sushi Too was the first Japanese restaurant for owner Mike Chen and know he has two others delightfully named Sushi Two and Sushi Three. The menu offers traditional Japanese cuisine and a sushi bar. Some of the dishes, such as beef or seafood Shabu Shabu, are prepared at the table. There is a full-service bar and wine list. The Tatami Room is available for banquets and can accommodate up to 30 people. The impressive lobby contains a replica of a Japanese garden.
  • Hunan Kitchen

    1621 South Braddock Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15218 United States - Phone: +1 412 731 1101
    Hunan Kitchen is located in Edgewood Towne Centre. The extensive menu features traditional Chinese dishes, Szechuan-style cuisine and vegetable dishes. The restaurant's best feature is the Wednesday dinner buffet, which is freshly cooked and replenished throughout the evening. The buffet offers the traditional egg rolls and dumplings, but also some other dishes such as smoked fish. There are daily lunch specials, and an art gallery for patrons to peruse before dining.
  • Isabela

    1318 Grandview Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15211 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 5882
    Once a two-story house now converted into a two-story gourmet restaurant, Isabela rests atop Mt. Washington, with its stunning panoramas creating the perfect atmosphere for any intimate dining experience. This award-winning restaurant seats 22 on the first level and 45 on the second, treating diners to a seven-course prix-fixe meal or selections from the a la carte menu. The contemporary decor is enhanced by the spectacular view of The Point and Pittsburgh's three rivers. The menu is adventurous, including an appetizer of mushroom and truffle crêpe with red pepper pesto, and the wine list is broad enough for any tastes. Perfect for a romantic evening with unforgettable views of Pittsburgh, Isabela is an upscale option for a nice night out.
  • Triangle Bar & Grill

    2122 Monongahela Avenue Swissvale, PA 15218 United States - Phone: +1 412 271 9885
    After more than 50 years in business, the Triangle Bar has a reputation for serving the best hoagies in town. The hoagies are named according to their size; 6 inch is a sandwich, 12 inch is the destroyer and 24 inch is the battleship. The most popular choices for filler are bologna and ham, although cheese steaks, capicola, corned beef, tuna salad, chicken and others are available.
  • Green Forest Brazilian Restaurant

    655 Rodi Road Penn Hills, PA 15235 United States - Phone: +1 412 371 5560
    Pittsburghers are getting a taste of Brazil; thanks to the Green Forest Brazilian Restaurant. The restaurant grills meat in a rotisserie style that is popular in Brazil. There is a large salad bar and a long steam table containing everything from rice to beans, and even spaghetti with clam sauce. The waiters will bring grilled meat and slice it at the table. The menu usually features 10 cuts of beef, chicken, pork, sausage and turkey. There is live music on Fridays and Saturdays from 8p to midnight.
  • Umi

    5849 Ellsworth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 6198
    Umi serves traditional Japanese cuisine, complete with sushi and unfiltered saki. For those who can't decide what to order, the restaurant offers special tasting meals. The menu changes daily to always serve what is fresh. A favorite is the Hamachi, which is served with jalapeno paste.
  • Pi

    5829 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 3880
    Pi specializes in gourmet pizzas. The favorite seems to be the basic thin crust, but diners can create their own pizza or order one of the specialty pies, such one with Alaskan salmon on a bed of smoked mozzarella. The menu also features salads, soups, pastas, a la carte entrees and desserts. The restaurant serves homemade beers from its sister restaurant, the Red Star Brewpub in Greensburg. Takeout is available from the deli cases. In warm weather, outdoor tables are available.
  • Dave and Buster's

    180 Waterfront D Homestead, PA 15120 United States - Phone: +1 412 462 1500
    Dave and Buster's huge complex contains a restaurant, two bars, pool tables, Skeeball, shuffleboard, video games and Virtual World, which is something like a virtual-reality ride. The complex is the size of a warehouse and the perfect playground for adults, although you will find a lot of children running around as well. The food is American cuisine and served until "it quiets down." The bars are well stocked with beer, wines and mixed drinks. The place is always packed and noisy. On most nights there is an hour wait for dinner.
  • Tomato Pie Cafe

    885 East Ingomar Road Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 364 6622
    Tomato Pie Cafe is not a fancy place, but it does serve good food. Meals are served on plastic checkerboard tablecloths and with plastic glasses. The food is simply presented and ranges from pizza to subs to sandwiches. Instead of pizza sauce, the cooks slice fresh tomatoes for the pizzas, hence the name: Tomato Pie. Other favorites are the homemade French fries and gnocchi. Outdoor dining is available on the side porch.
  • Rosebud Cafe

    1650 Smallman St Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 2232
    Rosebud Cafe is an upscale nightclub that is mostly known as a concert venue for local and national acts. The live music ranges from jazz to folk to alternative country. Food is served for dinner and during concerts. There are also several dance nights. House music is played on Fridays and disco rules on Sundays. Cover charge depends on the entertainment. Valet parking is available.
  • Windhaven Lounge

    20744 Highway 19 Cranberry Township, PA 16066 United States - Phone: +1 724 776 1740
    The Windhaven Lounge offers live music as well as a DJ spinning the latest in hip-hop/rap, jazz and rock. Karaoke is also a popular entertainment. American cuisine is served for lunch and dinner. Think sandwiches and soups. Specials are offered every Monday night, especially during Monday Night Football. Happy hour is Fridays from 4p to 6p. The lounge also has a pool table.
  • Gandy Dancer

    1 Station Square Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 1717
    Located next to the Grand Concourse Restaurant at Station Square, the Gandy Dancer is an upscale bar that attracts an older crowd. The restaurant features a steady flow of live music, most of which is jazz and blues bands, and there is a piano player on staff to keep the music playing. Patrons are encouraged to dance and the establishment provides opportunities to sing Karaoke. During nice weather, seating is available outdoors. The menu features American cuisine, but nothing too heavy. Happy hour is from 4:30p-6:30p daily.
  • Donny's Place

    1226 Herron Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 9869
    Located behind Iron City Brewing, Donny's Place does not exactly fit its tough Polish Hill neighborhood. There are three bars and outdoor patios that feature rock water fountains and sculptures, and the dance floor is open on weekends, when DJs play a variety of music. Donny's centerpiece is Leather Central, a bar in the basement that features sectional seating separated by 55-gallon drum walls. This bar also hosts a variety of theme nights. The kitchen is open 6p-Mid and serves American cuisine, such as burgers, hotdogs and tuna salad.
  • The Terrace Room

    530 William Penn Place Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7100
    The Terrace Room is the reference point for fine dining in Pittsburgh and has won accolades aplenty for its culinary experience in a hotel. Located in the lobby of the prestigious Omni William Penn Hotel, the sophisticated restaurant is replete with majestic chandeliers, opulent arches and ornate ceiling to create an elegant atmosphere. The building is a national landmark in itself; built by industrialist Henry Clay Frick at the turn of the century, it retains an old-world charm. The aesthetic sense that dominates the ambiance translates to the menu that is designed by award-winning chef Jacky Francois. Local ingredients metamorphose into imaginative fare of seafood, steaks, daily specials, and more.
  • Soba

    5847 Ellsworth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 5656
    Cigar smoke and martinis fill Soba, a restaurant-cum-bar that serves Pan-Asian cuisine, specializing in Thai dishes. House favorites are home-made Kim Chee, satays and Korean barbeque. The menu changes often and the experimentation allows for a new experience each time you visit. The place is very contemporary and chic, with a posh, trendy feel to the decor. There are private rooms for parties and an outdoor dining area.
  • Roland's Seafood Grill

    1904 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 3401
    A casual seafood restaurant during the week and a thriving nightclub on the weekend, Roland's is a unique choice in the Pittsburgh area that's sure to please everyone in your group. Roland's offers an extensive dining menu in addition to twenty-five draft selections, 500 bottled beer choices, live entertainment, dancing, billiards, and a full bar. The dining room and raw seafood bar is downstairs, away from the occasional chaos of the party-oriented areas. Located in the heart of the Strip District, Roland's is a popular place for a night out.
  • Cafe Zinho

    238 Spahr St Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 363 1500
    Cafe Zinho is housed inside a converted garage. The decor is on the funky side and encourages a relaxed atmosphere. The menu is a la carte and features seasonal ingredients. Patrons can dine on a variety of soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts and some dinner entrees. Outdoor seating is available in warm weather.
  • Casbah

    229 South Highland Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 661 5656
    Casbah is a Mediterranean eatery that is inspired by French, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, and North African cuisine. The menu is a la carte, and changes frequently. Patrons will enjoy the Lamb Tagine and the fresh seafood. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list, and spotlights a different wine each night of the week.
  • Sapporo Japanese Steakhouse

    4260 Steubenville Pike Pittsburgh, PA 15205 United States - Phone: +1 412 920 2988
    Sapporo Japanese Steakhouse comfortably mixes sushi with steak. The menu is filled with traditional Japanese cuisine and American fare. Patrons even have the option of creating their own meal instead of ordering from the menu. The restaurant has a full bar stocked with Japanese beers and American brands such as Coors.
  • Zenith Antiques

    86 South 26th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 481 4833
    The Zenith Gallery has grown tremendously over the years. It began as a small antique shop in a residential neighborhood. Soon, the owners opened a side room to exhibit artwork in a variety of media. Before long performance artists, such as spoken-word artist Lydia Lunch, were performing in the gallery. Finally the owners added a Tea Room, which serves an extensive collection of teas as well as vegetarian dishes for lunch and dinner. Local and national artists display their work on the gallery walls, while performances are put forth by local bands, cabaret acts and touring musicians.
  • Mitchell's Fish Market

    185 West Waterfront D Homestead, PA 15120 United States - Phone: +1 412 476 8844
    Mitchell's Fish Market has a devoted crowd, so call for reservations - unless you like waiting 90 minutes for a table. They specialize in seafood and feature a daily chef's special. The fish is always fresh and always accompanied by garlic-mashed potatoes. Dress is casual and the patrons seem to prefer beer and ice tea to the wine list. Desserts are extravagant. The popular Sharkfin Pie is a tall wedge of Johnson's butter fudge ripple ice cream, layered with honey roasted peanuts, fudge and peanut butter in an Oreo crumb crust. See website for menus and other locations.
  • Thai Place Cafe

    311 South Craig Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 622 0133
    The Thai Place Café is the sister restaurant to Shadyside's Thai Place. The menu is smaller and offers simpler dishes. Favorites include Pho, Vietnamese noodle soup, and Tom Kha Gai, soup in a coconut milk base. Most of the dishes are meat free, so vegetarians will have a lot of choices. The café is busy at lunchtime, but is relatively slow around dinner. Diners can bring their own alcohol. The Thai Place Café is a non-smoking establishment.
  • Donnie's

    1627 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 391 2118
    Donnie's bar and grill has moved around the corner from Smallman Street to Penn Avenue. The restaurant is now large and airy, but the menu has kept the favorites. The menu features a lot of salads and sandwiches. Some seafood dishes are available. Diners must try the homemade potato chips and anything made with turkey breast.
  • Hambone's

    4207 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 681 4318
    Hambone's is a casual restaurant that serves American cuisine and hometown favorites. Patrons will get a small taste of the food that Pittsburghers have grown up eating. The menu is filled with burgers, sandwiches, soups and stews (a favorite is the turtle soup). The food may not be gourmet cuisine but it is good and very filling. There is a fully stocked bar, a dance floor and occasional live entertainment.
  • Tessaro's

    4601 Liberty Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 6809
    Tessaro's is famous for its huge hamburgers. Patrons pack the restaurant nightly waiting to eat the American cuisine, which includes everything from steak sandwiches to soups to seafood selections. The chef cooks on a hardwood grill, which lends a delicious taste to the steaks and fish. The restaurant has different dishes on special each night. For example Monday specials are Mexican, while Thursday's the feature food is ribs.
  • Cafe Georgio

    24 Donati Road Pittsburgh, PA 15241 United States - Phone: +1 412 833 7000
    Located in a Cape Cod-style cottage, Cafe Georgio's offers a dining experience similar to visiting a friend's house. The chef cooks up a variety of American dishes, with a few Italian favorites. The menu features a variety of flatbreads, pastas, seafood, meats and poultry. Diners love to try the spicy sausages made from duck and game. The menu changes with the seasons; in autumn, Shrimp Geronimo adorns the menu. A children's menu is also available.
  • Cain's

    3239 West Liberty Avenue Dormont, PA 15216 United States - Phone: +1 412 561 7444
    This is the place to kick back, relax and down a beer. Cain's is a neighborhood bar, reminiscent of television's "Cheers." The bar is strewn with pool tables and dart boards. The kitchen serves pizzas, ribs and wings, while the bar has draft specials and microbrews. Tuesday is Ladies Night.
  • Primanti Bros. Blues Cafe

    1832 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 7080
    Blues Cafe provides just what the name says: the blues. Most nights feature a band playing blues music in the dark, smoky bar. Happy hour is held Fridays through Mondays. Patrons enjoy the mellow atmosphere, the cool sounds, and the award-winning burgers and sandwiches. There is some outdoor seating available.
  • Bloomfield Bridge Tavern

    4412 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 8611
    The Bloomfield Bridge Tavern prides itself on being a family place. Foul language is not tolerated behind these doors. Known as BBT, the tavern hosts live bands that play everything from polka to rock music. Tuesdays are open stage night while Wednesdays feature acoustic music and poetry. Bands play Fridays and Saturdays. The cover charge ranges from $2 to $5. The kitchen serves up traditional Polish food and the typical bar fare.
  • Piper's Pub

    1828 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 381 3977
    Patrons will feel like they stepped into an English pub when they go to Piper's Pub. The wood paneling provides the perfect atmosphere for the English music and brews. Occasionally, bands perform here. Typical pub sandwiches and snacks are served throughout the day. The best thing about this pub is that it provides a quiet place to chat with friends. See website for menu, scotch and beer lists, brunch details, and soccer fan info.
  • Paparrazi

    2100 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 488 0800
    Paparrazi is the kind of place where you will find twenty-somethings mingling with senior citizens. The two-story club serves delicious Italian and American dishes. Thursday through Sunday, live jazz bands get the place hopping. The theme is art deco, which makes the mirror-lined spiral staircase to the second-floor dining area a challenge after a few glasses of wine. When the weather is nice, patrons can dine outdoors. The restaurant also hosts private parties.
  • Murray Avenue Grill

    1720 Murray Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 1272
    This unassuming Squirrel Hill eatery serves low-priced comfort food in a subtly modern environment. Salads here are robust, topped with anything from salmon to chicken or even steak. The sandwich menu is extensive (featuring everything from a veggie wrap to a barbecued beef brisket hoagie). When you order one of their gourmet burgers, you get to spice it up with items from a long list of toppings (including smoked gouda, portabella mushrooms, and hot banana peppers). Other belly-warming comfort foods on offer include crab cakes, a penne sausage bake, and home-style pot roast. Steaks here are aged and hickory grilled. Sunday Brunch sees the menu augmented with omelettes, "Hobo Hash," and even a breakfast Reuben. It may be unassuming, but anyone who says there's nothing fancy about this place is off their rocker. See website for menu and calendar.
  • Moondog's

    378 Freeport Road Blawnox, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 828 2040
    Patrons don't mind making the trip to Blawnox if the evening ends at Moondog's. Live music is the heart and soul of the place. The music ranges from jazz and blues to rock and pop. The bar is famous for bringing national acts to the stage on weekends. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are open stage nights where anything goes. The menu features American dishes. See the website for the events calendar and more.
  • Sandbar

    1000 Sandcastle Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15120 United States - Phone: +1 412 462 6666
    Sandbar gives patrons a taste of the beach throughout the summer. Located at Sandcastle water park, the bar has a hot tub that seats 100 and a large wading pool. The open-air bar has house music every night. Sundays are dedicated to the under-21 crowd. The bar also sponsors a variety of theme nights. See website for info and photos.
  • Smokin' Joe's

    2001 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 6757
    Smokin' Joe's attracts a mixed crowd, everything from college students to 30-something couples. The bar has one of the largest selections of domestic and imported beers in the Pittsburgh area. The drinks are served at a long bar that sports lots of wood and brass. The downstairs is always crowded, and somewhat noisy. The upstairs bar seems like a different place. It is much quieter and cozier. The back room on the first floor has competitive pool tables and dartboards. The full menu serves American dishes.
  • Smallman Street Deli

    2840 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 434 5800
    The Smallman Street Deli has incorporated old fashioned decor with fresh food and service. Pipes, ducts and conduits are exposed throughout the interior, barrels serve as tables, and there are no chairs. If you can stand long enough, you will love the stacked deli sandwiches. There is no skimping on corned beef or ham at this place. Try the chicken soup with matzo balls and the potato pancakes. There is also a retail counter that stocks dozens of meats and cheeses, as well as steaks, veal and lamb.
  • Jimmy G's

    1822 Main Street Sharpsburg, PA 15215 United States - Phone: +1 412 781 4884
    Jimmy G's is a busy place so dinner reservations are a must. The bar stocks more than 60 bottled beers, five drafts, and features a different micro brew every month. The extensive menu is divided into sections - appetizers, salads, pastas, sandwiches, seafood, poultry, pork and veal, beef, and house specialties (such as the Quiche du Jour and the Crabcake Devonshire)- and each section has close to a dozen options. The award-winning desserts are homemade, and the cappucinos are popular. See website for menu, weekly specials, catering options, banquet info, and concert calendar.
  • Penn Brewery

    800 Vinial Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 237 9400
    Penn Brewery prides itself on offering Pittsburghers authentic German brews and cuisine. The brewery adheres to the strict German law Reinheitsgebot, which was enacted in 1516 to ensure the purity of beer. The historic building uses huge kettles that were made in Germany to mix the four ingredients that make perfect beer. The menu features German favorites such as Paprika Huehnchen and Sauerbraten. Live music is offered throughout the week. Happy Hour is M-Th from 5p-7p, with a different beer style available for just $2 per pint each day. See website for beer info, event calendar, and online gift shop.
  • Franco's Trattoria

    3271 West Liberty Ave Dormont, PA 15216 United States - Phone: +1 412 531 6900
    Franco's Trattoria is the newest addition to the D'Amico family legacy, providing delicious Italian food to the masses. Patrons can choose from a variety of pasta, fish and chicken dishes and specialties like osso bucco, fettucine Alfredo and braciola. The dessert selection includes locally made tiramisu, cheesecakes and sorbets. Patrons will also want to try the cannoli and the chocolate souffle; both are legendary in Pittsburgh.
  • Dish Osteria and Bar

    128 South 17th St Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 390 2012
    Dish is a small restaurant on the South Side. The place is small, so it is always crowded and often filled with cigarette smoke, but the food makes it worth squeezing into the small dining room. Most patrons like to try a variety of small dishes, such as pasta e fagioli or a bowl of mussels. There is also a wonderful assortment of cheese and salami. Full bar service. See website for menus, specials, wine list, and event calendar.
  • Lidia's Pittsburgh

    1400 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 552 0150
    From television chef to cookbook author and restaurateur, food connoisseur Lidia Bastianich has built herself a business empire. Lidia's Pittsburgh was launched in 2001 with her son and has chef Jeremy Voytish at the forefront of the culinary venture. The David Rockwell designed space in The Strip illustrates an industrial ambiance with a laid-back vibe. Italian cuisine is its primary focus with Slavic and Austro-Hungarian dishes also gracing the menu. Savor traditional specialties like Insalata Mista, Tagliata, Pollo Limone, Lasagna Bolognese, Fegatini di Pollo and Ravioli di Cinghale, with a wine bottle from the impressive cellar.
  • Taj Mahal Restaurant

    7795 McKnight Road Pittsburgh, PA 15237 United States - Phone: +1 412 364 1760
    The Taj Mahal Restaurant offers one of the biggest selections of traditional Indian cuisine that you can find in the Pittsburgh area. Located in the North Hills, the restaurant gets quite busy, especially at lunchtime. The menu includes several new dishes, such as tikka tandoori, which is cheese cooked in a Punjabi style clay oven. The best part of the menu is thali, a combination dinner that provides diners with a selection of dishes to sample- a great way to try many dishes in one meal.
  • Olive Press

    1111 Airport Road Pittsburgh, PA 15231 United States - Phone: +1 724 899 6050
    The Olive Press sports a modern decor amidst the bustle of the Pittsburgh International Airport. Located in the Hyatt Regency Hotel, the restaurant attracts diners from throughout the region, even those who don't intend on flying anywhere. The menu features Mediterranean and American fare with presentations that leave diners in awe. One specialty is the red snapper which is served whole and skewered so that it appears to jump right off your plate.
  • Girasole

    733 Copeland St Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 2130
    If diners are smart, they won't become too attached to anything on the Girasole menu. The Shadyside eatery likes to keep things fresh by constantly changing the selections with the seasons; even the desserts change daily. There are a few permanent selections (such as the spinach and ricotta ravioli and the potato gnocchi), and diners can be assured the menu will offer pasta and fresh fish. No reservations are taken, which makes things interesting since the restaurant is very tiny and located on the basement level. Free delivery is available to the surrounding neighborhoods. See website for menus, dessert lists, frequently asked questions, and much much more.
  • DeLuca's

    2015 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 566 2195
    DeLuca's offers a delicious breakfast for those hanging around the Strip District in the mornings. The restaurant leaves a whole ham on a spit so the chef can carve the exact amount to fill made-to-order breakfasts. The frittata and vegetable omelette are among the favorite items on the menu. DeLuca's is also known for its very strong coffee. The place is always busy, but it is especially crowded on Saturday mornings.
  • Joyce's Celtic Pub

    1109 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 481 3480
    Joyce's Celtic Pub provides a touch of Irish cuisine on the South Side. The bar is stocked with Guinness and Killian's Irish Ale, as well as the traditional American brews. The menu includes Irish standards such as corned beef and cabbage and ham and cabbage. Of course, the potato is involved in many dishes from stews to french fries. Occasionally an Irish band will perform on Sundays.
  • Red Lobster

    1005 Trinity Circle Washington, PA 15301 United States - Phone: +1 724 229 4071
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like Chicken Fingers and Mac & Cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Eleven

    1150 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 201 5656
    Eleven is by far one of Pittsburgh's most innovative and trendy restaurants. Step into this stylish restaurant with curved lounge sofas and cozy round tables for a fine evening. The menu offers options such as grilled veal paillard, gnocchi, salmon and the house specialty, the Eleven Burger with applewood-smoked bacon, beef and veal. There's also a chef's tasting menu, which is a convenient way to explore the restaurant's offerings. Eleven bakes its own bread and even makes its own chocolate, so pick up some treats on your way out.
  • Morton's, The Steakhouse

    625 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 7141
    This upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among the desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake - it will prepare you for the toll that dining here takes on your wallet!
  • Cheesecake Factory

    415 South 27th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 7800
    The Cheesecake Factory is surely the place to go when craving a rich and delectable slice of the mouth-watering dessert, but this restaurant offers much more. Serving appetizers, lunch, dinner, late night dining, Sunday brunch, and full bar drinks, the Factory is a great choice for a casual dining experience. Everyone will find something to their liking with over 200 menu selections of pizza, pasta, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, burgers, and more. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 delicious cheesecakes and desserts.
  • Savor Pittsburgh

    2667 Sidney Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 432 3260
    Make your way to SouthSide Works in September to witness the culinary magic worked by chefs from all over Pittsburgh. Sample the eclectic range of food items, wash them down with some creative cocktails, and groove all the while to the background music. Various restaurants participate, enabling you to enjoy different flavors — and what's more, you get to take these fantastic recipes home! Opt for VIP tickets if you want the optimum experience; general admission tickets are available for less. See website for annual info.
  • Mediterranean Grill

    5824 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 5505
    From the glow of the neon sign outside the restaurant, the Mediterranean Grill doesn't catch the eye right away, but this Squirrel Hill eatery is a true diamond in the rough. Inside the Mediterranean Grill you'll be greeted by an intimate downstairs dining room classically decorated with mirrors, iron wall art and plants. The menu is made up predominately of Lebanese fare and features a variety of options such as hummus, shish kabob, falafel wraps, filet mignon and baklava. Along with the wide menu selections and prices, the Mediterranean Grill is inviting for patrons of all budgets and tastes. - Corinne Kenna
  • My Thai

    5401 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 688 8424
    The trendy strip of restaurants, shops and pubs on Walnut Street is always abuzz. Yet above Ann Taylor, in the Hartwell Building, My Thai is a serene and romantic alcove apart from the bustle. Draped metallic fabric decorates the ceiling and complements the gold and black tables. A wall of windows overlooks South Aiken Street at the intersection of Walnut. Even for those who are not accustomed to Thai cuisine, the menu makes it easy to order a suitable dish. The spice level of each option is clearly identified. From Pad Thai to Pepper Steak, the menu includes something for everyone. This is a great restaurant for an introduction to the tastes of Thai food. - Corinne N. M. Kenna
  • Bootleggers

    403 Semple St. Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 3060
    Bootleggers is located on the corner of Bates Street and Semple Street in the southern section of The University of Pittsburgh campus. It is usually filled with college students, and is busy even on weeknights. In fact, Wednesday is an especially busy night because it is karaoke night and Thursday brings crowds in for the wings. There are two main rooms. One is made up of a huge bar with surrounding seating. The second room is outfitted for billiards and darts. They serve inexpensive bar food (fries, wings, etc), drinks, and are well-known for their specials such as the Saturday night $1 well drinks from 9p-11p. It is a great place to go for a motley mix of people. -Corinne N. M. Kenna
  • Fuel and Fuddle

    212 Oakland Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 3473
    Fuel and Fuddle is one of the more interesting bar restaurants in Oakland. It exudes a lot of energy, and the atmosphere is very hip. On the wall, a huge chalkboard lists the available beers. The beer selection changes often and to promote experimentation, they have plaques on the walls honoring those who have consumed obscene amounts. Many of the meals are made in the open-fire brick oven and come with a side of skinny fries, a mix of potato and sweet potato fries. The menu is amusing offering entrees and appetizers with names like, Big Fat Jerk and Rosemary's Breasts. The music is not too loud to talk but too loud for romance. Go with a group of friends and enjoy the scene. -Corinne N. M. Kenna
  • Olive or Twist

    140 6th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 255 0525
    Enjoy a rich selection of interesting martinis made from lesser-known ingredients brought together by innovative mixers. Olive or Twist is a beer and wine bar located at Pittsburgh. Great for fun evenings with long conversations, this venue offers cocktails like Cookie Dough made from Oreo cookies, Cake Batter that actually tastes like cake and the unforgettable Chocolate Covered Pretzel that sports a lining of real chocolate on the rim. The less adventurous can also stick with beer and wine. The food successfully complements the drinks and complete the dining experience.
  • Pamela's

    3703 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 4066
    The aroma of freshly-made pancakes is heavenly, especially when you've stayed up late studying. Pamela's is a popular place for wholesome omelets, French toasts, burgers, sandwiches, Corned beef hash, fries, scrambles, and Oaklander (coleslaw with turkey). The staff is patient and friendly even during the rush hour, which is during breakfast and lunch.
  • Cliffside Restaurant

    1208 Grandview Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15211 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 6996
    Cliffside Restaurant is conveniently divided into two levels to cater for as many people as possible. An intimate bar serves heady spirits, while the dining area seats 60 on the upper level. The menu comprises of steaks and fresh seafood. Live music on Fridays and Saturdays and valet parking are other features. Stick to the dress code to avoid embarrassment.
  • Buca di Beppo

    6600 Robinson Centre Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15205 United States - Phone: +1 412 788 8444
    Buca di beppo offers traditional Italian cuisine with some innovative inputs. The portions are really large and more than enough for groups. The menu includes Neapolitan pizza, fresh salmon with pesto, penne Arrabbiata, spaghetti marinara and more. A wholesome beverage list with different kinds of wines and martinis topping the chart is also available. If you want to gift your foodie friend something special then go for the gift cards they offer.
  • The Café

    7227 Reynolds Street Pittsburgh, PA 15208 United States - Phone: +1 412 371 0600
    The Café transforms food into an art form, with unique soups and salads, delectable specialties, and divine desserts. The menu varies according to the season, as it uses herbs and vegetables grown on-site. This charming eatery has twice won the 'best lunch' honor, awarded by the Pittsburgh Magazine. This joint is quite possibly Pittsburgh's best kept secret.
  • Coca Café

    3811 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 3171
    Coca Café is the result of a vintage furniture store undergoing a re-furnishing of its own. If the past business didn't yield satisfactory results, the new one promises to do that and much more. Take a seat in one of their cozy couches to order some common favorites and appreciate the variety of local art work that adorn the wall (which are for sale, by the way). There are breakfast, lunch and beverage menus to choose from while Sunday offers a special brunch as well. Salads and sandwiches dominate the lunch menu. The breakfast menu is the most savored with classic omelets and French toasts prepared very well. Beverages include a range of coffees and tea, along with the odd flavored smoothie. Biscotti, amongst the desserts, is highly recommended.
  • Piccolo Forno

    3801 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 622 0111
    Piccolo Forno is a modest Italian eatery located at Butler Street along the 38th Street intersection. A simple set of toppings are available, but despite the small number of options, few complaints can be heard about the food. Along with the pizzas, the salads, sandwiches and paninis are also highly recommended. End your meal with with some nice tiramisu.
  • Prantl's Bakery

    5525 Walnut St Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 2092
    People often stop at Prantls Bakery in Shadyside to inquire about the alligator-shaped bread in the window. The bakery sells the traditional-shaped loaves of bread and the shelves are full of delicious pastries, cakes and cookies. The house specialty is the burnt-almond torte. Don't forget to try the old-fashioned whipped cream cakes.
  • Allegro Hearth Bakery

    2034 Murray Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 422 5623
    Allegro Hearth Bakery is known for its 18 types of bread. Patrons also love the scones, macaroons, sandwiches and chocolate tortes. The bakery hopes to expand to include every accessory for bread, such as jams, jelly and salsas. Baking schedules are available so patrons will know when their scone is fresh. Gift baskets are also available at the store.
  • Store of Knowledge

    214 South Hills Village Pittsburgh, PA 15241 United States - Phone: +1 412 831 6032
    Store of Knowledge has a variety of toys and books for children and carries WQED merchandise, such as the popular video series by local producer Rick Sebak. Sebak takes his cameras to the streets of Pittsburgh, capturing glimpses of life in the Steel City. He has also produced several national programs for PBS on such popular topics as hot dogs and ice cream. The store has locations in the North Hills at Ross Park Mall and in the suburbs at Monroeville Mall.
  • The Chocolate Moose

    5830 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 422 2208
    The Chocolate Moose is every chocoholic's dream. The shelves are stocked with chocolate candies, chocolate pasta and solid chocolate in unique shapes, like racecars and remote controls. The store also has kosher items, sugar-free jellybeans and low-fat chocolate. The store recently purchased a dipping machine, which allows patrons to request anything, from potato chips and Oreo cookies to apricots, dipped in sweet chocolate. Gift baskets and trays are available and are priced from USD12 to USD150.
  • Broff's Inc.

    413 Smithfield St Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 566 1728 / +1 800 245 6558
    Since 1932, the Broff family has operated this fine jewelry store. It specializes in antique and estate jewelry, but also deals in coins, stamps and other, more exotic items—because Broff's is also the last pawnshop in the Pittsburgh area. The company is very discreet with their clients, who include the former Pittsburgh Steelers player who cashed in on his Super Bowl ring. The store also recently sold a 30-carat diamond wristwatch, which was a gift to actress Joan Crawford from her fifth husband.
  • Lilas

    5890 Ellsworth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 363 8269
    Lilas offers unique merchandise with an old-fashioned touch. The owners carefully shop for interesting items that can be refurbished or reinvented. Customers will find folding screens made from three old doors hinged together, or a pink chaise that was found at a convent. Antique handkerchiefs and twig furniture can also be found here, as well as handcrafted bed pillows and boudoir bears.
  • Lady Godiva

    Rodi and Frankstown roads Penn Hills, PA 15235 United States - Phone: +1 412 243 5214
    Lady Godiva may sell women's lingerie, but it caters to its male clientele. This is the place for men to find that special romantic or sexy gift for his Significant Other. During Christmas and Valentine's Day, the shop hosts a gentlemen-only fashion show. Men line up around the block to see women model the latest designs. The store also has a small section that sells apparel for men, swimwear and accessories.
  • Destiny Studios

    22 Bedford Square Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 381 3334
    Since it opened in 1989, Destiny Studios has celebrated ancient cultures with its selection of fine jewelry. Many of the products feature ancient German runic script. These runes can be found on necklaces, earrings, pendants and key chains. They carry a small selection of books that discuss this divine form of writing. The shop also features many Celtic pieces. The jewelry at Destiny Studios is created by local and national artists.
  • Attic Record Store

    513 Grant Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15209 United States - Phone: +1 412 821 8484
    The Attic Record Store is the place to find Doo-Wop music, the music popular in the 1950s for its harmony and vocals. This is the place to look for recordings by national acts like The Cadillacs and Gene Chandler. The store also stocks recordings by Pittsburgh favorites Jimmy Beaumont and the Skyliners and the Marcels. Recordings are available on old-fashioned vinyl albums or modern CDs. Some are original recordings, while others have been reissued.
  • Kirner's Catholic Book Store

    219 Fourth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 2326
    Kirner's is a special kind of store. The business is dedicated to the Catholic religion. The owner specializes in repairing rosary beads. He doesn't charge for the service, but donations are requested. The money is used to help the homeless through the Red Door Program of St. Mary's Catholic Church in downtown. Kirner's also sells a variety of new rosaries, which range in price from USD40 to USD400. Besides rosaries, the store carries a wide variety of books and merchandise geared toward the Catholic religion.
  • The Clay Place

    1 Walnut Street Carnegie, PA 15106 United States - Phone: +1 412 276 3260
    Anyone interested in ceramics eventually finds their way to The Clay Place. The shop has moved from central Pittsburgh to Carnegie, about 10 minutes drive outside of the city. It features a variety of ceramic work, sculpture, glass work and jewelry. The shop also sells numerous art supplies for pottery, and potter's wheels are even available to rent. The gallery features a variety of local artists throughout the year.
  • Gallierie Chiz

    5831 Ellsworth Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 441 6005
    GalleriE Chiz is an funky and fun gallery in Shadyside. The gallery specializes in fine art and antiques, while hand-made books and chess sets are also available. The store also sells a fine jewelry by Ruth Frank and imported from Sri Lanka, China and India. The monthly exhibits feature a variety of media from paintings to jewelry to sculpture.
  • Mystery Lovers Bookshop

    514 Allegheny River Boulevard Oakmont, PA 15139 United States - Phone: +1 412 828 4877
    The name Mystery Lovers Bookshop explains everything you need to know about this bookstore. The only tomes found here are mysteries, which are sold in both paperback or hardback. The store also sells mystery jigsaw puzzles, mugs, and t-shirts with mystery themes. There is a large children's section that includes everything for young readers. The store sponsors nine different book clubs and often hosts lectures and readings by mystery writers.
  • Caesar's Designs

    5417 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 0345
    Caesar's Designs features the unique fine jewelry designed by Caesar Azzam, a third-generation jeweler. Azzam carefully crafts beautiful pieces from the finest stones and metals, working with gold, platinum or sterling silver, diamonds, precious gems or pearls. No two pieces will ever look the same. The shop specializes in his unique work that can be designed to specifications.
  • Jay's Book Stall

    3604 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 2644
    Jay's Book Stall sits in the midst of several colleges in Oakland and many students visit the stall for their literary needs. The store sells general fiction and nonfiction books and the shelves are also stocked with scripts, plays and psychology topics. A 15 percent discount is offered to anyone who is a member of the PBS affiliate WQED.
  • Zenith Antiques

    86 South 26th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 481 4833
    The Zenith Gallery has grown tremendously over the years. It began as a small antique shop in a residential neighborhood. Soon, the owners opened a side room to exhibit artwork in a variety of media. Before long performance artists, such as spoken-word artist Lydia Lunch, were performing in the gallery. Finally the owners added a Tea Room, which serves an extensive collection of teas as well as vegetarian dishes for lunch and dinner. Local and national artists display their work on the gallery walls, while performances are put forth by local bands, cabaret acts and touring musicians.
  • McGinnis Sisters

    3825 Saw Mill Run Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15227 United States - Phone: +1 412 884 2323
    McGinnis Sisters is a large store that will accommodate all your food shopping needs. It has everything necessary to create delicious home-cooked meals. The store also accepts orders on-line and offers home delivery. Catering is also available. The store hosts afternoon teas every Sunday at 1pm. The tables are set with Battenburg lace and French china. Diners are served sandwiches, croissants, scones and quiche. Regular teas are $13.49 per person. Special teas usually cost slightly more, and reservations are required for teas. See website for menus, reservations, online shopping, and a schedule of classes and events.Open Hour Format Changed
  • Carabella

    328 Allegheny River Boulevard Oakmont, PA 15139 United States - Phone: +1 412 828 2187
    Upscale is the word for the lines of clothing and accessories shoppers will find at Carabella. For more than five years, the shop has dressed women in designer sportswear by Nicole Miller, Jenne Maag, Zanella and Cousin Johnny. Women can find everything from sweaters and coats to socks and hats and Carabella's staff takes great care in helping patrons find that perfect "head to toe" ensemble.
  • 16:62 Design Zone

    3445 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 782 5100 x103
    Step into the creative hub of the city. The 16:62 Design Zone is an area running from the Strip to Lawrenceville, and is home to specialty shops, galleries, showrooms and artisan studios—all devoted to design and home décor. Come, have a look at various products targeted to beautify your living and work space. Crafts, textiles, jewelry, art, pottery decor, handcrafted furniture, and lots more await you at the 100 odd establishments in the zone. Browse through a charming list of choices, both antique and contemporary. There are also various restaurants in the area to keep you up and running. Credit card acceptance varies by establishment. Happy hunting!
  • Pine Hollow Pottery

    163 Abbe Place Delmont, PA 15626 United States - Phone: +1 724 468 4004
    Randy and Gloria Huggins play perfect hosts when you visit them to check out their pottery. Peruse through handcrafted planters, vases, masks, plates, sconces, and a whole lot of pottery items. Elegant dinner sets and wall pockets are also for sale. Pine Hollow Pottery takes custom orders as well.
  • Best-Made Shoes

    5143 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 9363
    Step through the cherry red doors, into the ultimate in foot care. With footwear especially designed to reduce feet problems and injuries, this store definitely lives up to its name! Runners, sandals, comfort shoes, diabetic shoes, Birkenstocks and more are available. Here, you're able to choose shoes for style as well as comfort. This store even has a repair center onsite.
  • Hey Betty

    5892 Ellsworth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 363 0999
    The eclectic collection at Hey Betty is just interesting enough to let you forget that most of it is second-hand. Check out the vintage clothing and the funky accessories. Cute tees, retro jeans, dresses, coats, jewelry and lighters—they have it all here. Who knows what you may find here, a divine floor sweeping gown from the '20s or a rugged leather jacket. Three floors with charming pieces at affordable prices; what better way to empty out your wallet! Be warned it is easy to go crazy in here.
  • Miracle Mile Shopping Center

    4055 Monroeville Boulevard Monroeville, PA 15146 United States - Phone: +1 412 372 3818 / +1 412 561 1122
    Located just 15 minutes from the city's business district, the Miracle Mile Shopping Center in the suburb of Monroeville is a one-stop shopping destination. With dozens of stores as well as restaurants and salons, Miracle Mile has something for everyone. From clothes and utilities to electronics and accessories, you will find everything here. Check their website for the store directory.
  • Architectural Emporium

    207 Adams Avenue Canonsburg, PA 15317 United States - Phone: +1 724 746 4301
    The Architectural Emporium is the best place to hunt for the perfect office desk, or that exquisite tea table you've been on the look-out for. With an experience of over 20 years in the business, the proprietors boast of a collection that comprises chandeliers, fireplace mantels, wall sconces and more from all over the world. A visit will take you through a magnificent maze of quaint yet elegant pieces of art. Loosen up those purse-strings, though—nothing comes cheap!
  • Scentral Station

    80 South 15th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 390 2020
    A trip to Scentral Station will not leave only you smelling delectable but also your surroundings. Homemade body and bath products like bubble bath, lotions, massage oils, body mists, soaps, air fresheners, incense, candles and more are available at this fragrant store. You can also pick up pretty accessories like beaded jewelry, figurines and bags. Pick up a little something for yourself or create an interesting gift basket for a loved one. There's nothing stopping you from smelling absolutely delicious now! Check the website for details.
  • Preserve Cottage

    220 Route 30 Imperial, PA 15126 United States - Phone: +1 724 986 0741
    Preserve Cottage preserves the best of English charm in a quaint little corner of Imperial Village, just west of downtown Pittsburgh. This rather small but stylish shop stores a fabulous range of vintage kitchenware, gorgeous textiles, lovely antique pieces and other unique collectibles. Scone mixes, coffees, teas, curd, preserves, and other such gourmet foods are also available here. So if you wish to bring a little slice of rustic appeal into your own home, you know where to go!
  • Tennis Village

    5419 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 2399
    Tennis Village has been meeting tennis gear demands in Western Pennsylvania for more than 20 years and is one of the leading stores in the area. Players can avail of racquets, clothing, shoes, bags, accessories, gift certificates, and Frequent Stringer Program. All kinds of brands make it here—Adidas, Yonex, Ashway, Viking and many more. Metered parking is available.
  • Dargate Auction Galleries

    214 North Lexington Pittsburgh, PA 15208 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 3558
    Dargate Auction Gallery is a 20,000-square-foot, full-service auction house of rare collectibles. It has been in operation for decades, and its collection includes paintings, antique furniture, exquisite time pieces, crockery, fragile pots and vases, and many more collectors' items. The auctions are held on a regular basis, and the website provides detailed information for potential bidders.
  • Larrimor's

    249 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 5727
    Located on Grant Street, Larrimor's offers menswear at reasonable prices. From formal clothes to casual gear, it sells a wide selection of stylish garments, and also stocks a small but impressive range of footwear. The display is dressed to impress, and you can too, by picking up a new outfit that doesn't make a big impression on your wallet!
  • Ten Toes

    5502 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 2082
    People ignore it, but shoes actually show the class and standard of a person. To choose the best visit the Ten Toes showroom. The most stylist and trendy shoes are waiting to bring glamor to your feet. From Cinderella-like heels to platforms, from sandals to boots, all are available here. The coveted pairs go for USD30 upwards. And while you're there, don't forget to have a look at the clearance rack, where last seasons shoes are sold at much cheaper rates.
  • JCPenney

    2000 Robinson Town Centre Pittsburgh, PA 15205 United States - Phone: +1 412 787 9778
    JCPenney is the blend of everything put together under one roof. Keep walking and you will find mens wear, womens wear, jewelery, cosmetics, parlors, kids collection, house hold items, housewares, shoes etc on display just for you. The options are many and at one point you feel the burden to choose a single item piling up on you. You feel you just have a small wish and that is to have everything you see. People with a liking for branded materials won't be disappointed as names like Nike, Sony, Levis, Calvin Klein are pretty much there.
  • Orr's Jewelers

    5857 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 421 6777
    Orr's collection of jewelery and other accessories are just mind blowing for a company which started business way back in 1952. There are crystals, bridal and fine jewelery, watches, watch winding boxes etc. on display. But the array of diamonds are truly spell binding. The USP of Orr's is that they take special care in selecting each and every item in the store. They do not compromise on the quality or the style of the products and make sure that the customer gets value for money. The staff too is very co-operative and competent.
  • Groceria Italiana

    237 Cedarville Street Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 681 1227
    Groceria Italiana is a specialty Italian food store, situated in the Bloomfield neighborhood. Bloomfield itself is known as the "Little Italy" of Pittsburgh. When you walk through the neighborhood to reach the stores you get the feeling of the era of 1950s. Groceria Italiana offers a varied range of the ingredients required to prepare delicious Italian food and other food products as well. There are 16 different types of frozen pastas, prosciuttos, homemade sausages, breads and pastries and all types of sauces. You can also have a first hand experience of watching how ravioli is made. So learn it, buy it and treat yourself at home.
  • Kards Unlimited

    5522 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 622 0500
    Kards Unlimited is the best place to visit if you are looking for some pretty and exciting gifts. They have an awesome collection of cards, candles, t-shirts, photo albums, beer steins, ties, wind chimes, garden decorations, ornaments that hang from the ceiling, and amazing stationery. This store is always bustling with a crowd that consists of people of all ages. The kids won't be able to resist temptation once they get a glimpse of the toys on display.
  • Yesterday's News

    1405 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 1712
    If mixing vintage with contemporary is your style, then head to Yesterday's News. Don't go by the size of the store, the exquisite collection features an array of women's second-hand clothes, pillbox hats, costume jewelry, trendy handbags, sharp suits, stylish overcoats, shoes and accessories. Every piece on sale is from the 1920s to the 1980s and exudes its own old-world-glam quotient. The unique and statement-making selection caters to every style and aesthetic and promises to liven up your ensemble.
  • Apple Store

    5508 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 1186
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Apple Store

    301 South Hills Village Pittsburgh, PA 15241 United States - Phone: +1 412 833 1840
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Grove City Prime Outlets

    1911 Leesburg Grove City Road Grove City, PA 16127 United States - Phone: +1 724 748 3875
    Located 50 miles north of Pittsburgh, the Prime Outlets at Grove City offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 130 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Aldo, Coldwater Creek, Adidas, Banana Republic, Pepperidge Farm, Coach, Harry & David, Gap, Tommy Hilfiger, Borders, Polo Ralph Lauren, Eddie Bauer and many more. Hours during sales may vary, please visit the website for more information.
  • Pavement

    3629 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 6400
    Pavement is a shoe store which makes you feel part of their family time and again. With shoes available for men and women alike, footwear for the entire family is covered in one particular shop. Monthly events, amongst fellow Pittsburgh natives celebrating their common love for both the store and the shoes it provides, brings together people from all quarters. With barbecue parties and dance, the store goes beyond helping you find the best pair of Campers or Irregular Choice for your feet. Along with shoes, accessories and apparel too are available at Pavement.
  • Who Knew?

    5156 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 781 0588
    When it comes to furniture in Butler Street there are only two names. Elements is the first. Who Knew? is the second. While question marks may rise from the name, one can be sure they know their furniture well. Antique '50s and '60s furniture are sure to take you back in time. Prominent use of leather was symbolic of the couches of that era and there's no doubting one can find many such in here. Yet, one can be sure contemporary designers like Hans Wagner aren't shunned. 'Who Knows', this could well be the perfect place that helps you sort out your furniture.
  • Crystal Bead Bazaar

    4504 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 687 1513
    Crystal Bead Bazaar is located at Butler Street overlooking the Allegheny Valley Expressway. The store stocks all the prominent names in the humble bead industry from Swarovski to Czech Glass. If you wish to take up the art yourself, a small collection of books helping you learn are for sale. From common beads like stone, glass and pearls to unique ones like silver, all are molded into various shapes to suit your design needs.
  • Divertido

    3701 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 687 3701
    Funky artwork on gift items makes Divertido stand out amongst other gift shops. Established in 2004, this Butler Street store is located adjacent to Penn Avenue. The store offers great gifts like trendy fashion accessories, bags, scarves and jewelry. Also available are a variety of cards, dinnerware, children's books and home decor items. Each item displays its fair share of quirkiness. 
  • Collage

    2124 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 201 4291
    Antique furniture to sit on, unique mirrors to look into, funky art-work that find a place on the showcase or beaded jewelry to accompany the latest dress—these are just a brief list of what Collage offers. If gift items which have an antique feel to it is what you're looking for, then Collage is the right place to be. The variety on show are sure to exhibit historic and hand-crafted qualities. From home decor to jewelery to hand-crafted show-pieces, each find a place at Collage. Ceramics are also a common fixture amongst the various collections on offer. The cheap craftsmanship is sure to be easy on your pockets too.
  • Slaughterhouse Gallery and Studios

    5136 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 782 6474
    Slaughterhouse is a place which has various facets attached to it. Primarily, it is a furniture store featuring contemporary and antique works. Accompanying the store is a gallery which holds timely exhibits. The store also provides classes for yoga and anger management. On the whole it is a art hub which has various features sure to draw different sets of customers. Call for gallery and shop timings.
  • Zerrer's Antiques

    2703 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 338 0800
    Since 2003 the prime antique store for Pittsburgh natives has been Zerrer's. Located at Penn Avenue, the store has had to fend off competition from various rivals in and around the Penn Avenue and Butler Street area. Humility while dealing with prospective and existing customers has led to a steadily increasing fanfare for the store. The cramped store has many a furniture and paintings fitted in. Hence, only careful observation would land one an item of choice. Make sure you come with time on your hands on any of the five days that the store is open!
  • Littles Shoes

    5850 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 3530
    'Littles Shoes' can rightly be called the warehouse of shoes. Finding the perfect shoes to match your attire is a difficult task, made easy by the store. Be it women's and men's casual shoes or outdoor boots, quality is consistent. Slip in those sandals and walk light. Merchandise on the racks is durable yet stylish. It houses renowned brands like Kenneth Cole and Jumping Jacks among a few. Accessories by Little Earth and Brighton are amazing.
  • Jupe Boutique

    2306 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15289 United States - Phone: +1 412 432 7933
    Renowned as one of Pittsburgh's best haute couture stops, Jupe has all you need to dress yourself for any occasion. The store offers respite from regular chain stores and sells bags, tees, shoes, belts, and purses with prices that are reasonable and more affordable than those of other boutiques.
  • One Oxford Centre Atrium

    At Fourth Avenue and Grant Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 391 5300
    Located inside the 45 story tower 'One Oxford Centre', the Atrium is a wonderful glass structure which houses an array of shops, contemporary restaurants and nightclubs. At this place visitors have a wide range of choice from where they can pick up clothes, jewelery, accessories, flowers and chocolates. One can experience a different journey at this place with the beautiful structure and wide choice of products.
  • Eastgate Shopping Center

    5126 State Route 30 Greensburg, PA 15601 United States - Phone: +1 724 834 8300
    Come to Eastgate Shopping Center for a complete shopping experience. It houses just about everything, from everyday used commodities to luxury items, you name it and you will surely find it at this huge shopping centre. Spend an evening of busy window shopping, your shopping spree will surely leave you craving for more !
  • Station Square

    125 West Station Square Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 2811
    A thriving center in Pittsburgh, Station Square seems to have it all. This 52-acre (21.04 hectare) riverfront complex encompasses contemporary dining restaurants and loads of shopping options. The sights and smells of delicious food at Hard Rock Café, Buca di Beppo, The Melting Pot and Joe's Crab Shack, make your mouth water. The fountain at Bessemer Court, spouting a synchronized display of multi-colored water and music, is truly thrilling. The nightlife here is always buzzing with good music and hip crowds. You can also spend your day with scenic river cruises, express tours or car shows. With so much to do, you surely need more than a day to explore this dynamic place!
  • Narciso Rodriguez

    738 Bellefonte Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 681 7799
    If you are in Pittsburgh, you will be impressed by the fashion collection that Narciso Rodriguez showcases at The Dress Circle. Along with swanky outfits, the store also offers seductive perfumes, after shave emulsion, deodorant, shower gel and upbeat toiletries for men. There's superb body products for women too. Hair mist, body lotion, body scrub, perfume and purse perfume are some of the few items that Narciso prides itself with!
  • Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar

    300 39th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 260 6968
    Furnished with nostalgic decor from the Civil War era, Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar has become a regular stop for tourists as well as locals. This brewery is actually located in a renovated home, and features an extensive selection of homemade ciders as well as select wines in its cellar. Sample your libation of choice in the tasting room.
  • hip'tique

    5817 Ellsworth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 361 5817
    Stuff your wardrobe with dresses and gowns from the selection of designer clothes at hip'tique. This inviting boutique has an amazing mix of designer fashion as well as modern pieces of accessories that changes according to the latest trend. Be ready to splurge on a colorful frock and a hat that matches your dress. This is one shop that you won't mind going on a shopping spree.
  • Roxanne's Dried Flowers

    2115 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 6950
    Roxanne's Dried Flowers is a great destination for people searching for attractive and unique items to decorate their home with. Of course you can buy dried and preserved flowers to add color and fragrance to your home, but the buck doesn't stop there. Roxanne's also stocks furniture, lighting fixtures, and various home and garden accessories. For a unique touch to add to your garden or home, Roxanne's is a perfect place to go.
  • Emporio Tobacco

    401 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 391 7700
    Whether you're a cigar enthusiast, only occasional enjoy a smoke or just want to buy a pack of your favorite brand, visit the Emporio Tobacco. The quality cigar selection is especially impressive.  If you're not sure what to buy the friendly staff will be happy to make fantastic recommendations. You'll also find a great selection of odds and ends at this store.
  • Serendipity

    2 PPG Place Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 325 1122
    Stop in to this boutique located in Pittsburgh's popular Market Square. Serendipity stocks tons of gorgeous, cool and unique accessories. Everything to compliment your outfit can be found here from purses to earrings, scarves, and even home accessories like small wine racks. The boutique has won several local and regional awards for best boutique and best accessories. The friendly staff will make sure you find the perfect addition to your collection.
  • Yinzer's

    2127 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 434 0111
    The word Yinzer is a word used to refer to people from Pittsburgh, and is also the namesake of this store. Come to Yinzer's to pick up all things Pittsburgh and sports. Get all your Pittsburgh Pirates, Steelers and Penguins gear here, from hats to full on outfits and logo-laden sporting goods like hockey pucks and footballs. Yinzer's should be your number one destination if you're looking to support the black and yellow.
  • Soxx Shop

    125 West Station Square Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 8808
    Soxx Shop, as the name suggests, specializes in all things socks. The lovely boutique on Station Square features the often under-appreciated foot essentials in an array of designs and styles made from the finest quality fabric. On sale are leggings, hosiery, leg warmers, flip-flop socks and the standard kind in stripes, spots, animal prints, funky patterns and quirky embellishments. For something less adventurous, opt for bold colors, monochromatic hues or the trendy, checkered variety. Whether you're looking for a casual pair or something more business-like, or even baby booties, Soxx caters to all age-groups and style quotients.
  • Consignments on Centre

    5503 Centre Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 3932
    Fashion repeats itself at Consignments in Pittsburgh. The lovely boutique is more like an oversize closet that you wish were your own. It features secondhand and used merchandise for women, including trendy clothes, luxurious overcoats, scarves, hats, handbags, sunglasses and shoes. The statement jewelry collection in sterling silver and semi-precious stones at bargain rates deserves a special mention. Also on sale are tasteful ceramics and artifacts that make for great gifts and home decor.
  • Lululemon Athletica Shadyside

    5520 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 687 3592
    Lululemon's trademark logo has stamped its impression across the continent. The flourishing company stemmed from the founder, Chip Wilson's, need for gear specially designed for his yoga class. That very need coupled with the science of athletic fabric led to the first of the chain stores in 1998. Today, it boasts numerous outlets in America and Canada catering solely to the fashion requirements of fitness freaks. The collection includes comfortable and stylish tank tops, hoodies, undergarments, pants and shorts for both the sexes. The exclusive yoga line features mats, towels and accessories; and the store also plays host to weekly yoga sessions.
  • Charming Charlie

    1500 Washington Road Mt. Lebanon, PA 15228 United States - Phone: +1 412 531 1018
    Since its inception in 2004, Charming Charlie, with its 200 outlets across America, has been punctuating lifestyle magazines and fashion runways with its unparalleled accessories collection. On sale are dazzling jewelry - necklaces, bangles, rings - stylish purses and cool sunglasses to upgrade any ensemble. Color-coded and beautifully laid out in a fashion-forward environment, the statement-making pieces are one-of-a-kind and have been making waves in the competitive world of fashion; their numerous accolades justifying the same. The recession-friendly prices and hands-on staff that double up as stylists will have you revisiting this charming boutique.
  • Art of Steel

    2125 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 288 9945
    Scour through Art of Steel's organized mess for a perfect addition to your art collection or a unique gifting solution. This quaint store in Pittsburgh's historic Strip District features one-of-a-kind artifacts by local artists and craftsmen arranged in an industrial-esque ambiance that attracts art aficionados, collectors or just about anyone with an eye for aesthetics. The collection includes metal installations, Japanese swords, leather whips and wired sculptures. Admire the rare assortment of wooden bats that don the wall or gaze upwards at the wind chimes and hand-blown, glass baubles that greet you at the entrance.
  • Decade

    1407 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 720 1677
    Owner Steve Ford is living his homecoming dream courtesy of his chic store, Decade. After dappling in the retail industry for a while, Ford founded his very own boutique in 2006. The collection features trendy and comfortable fashion alternatives for men and women, ingeniously arranged in the New York loft-style establishment that was engineered by Ford himself. It features works of local and emerging designers like Freepeople, DeadBuryDead, Brixton, WeSC and so on. The functionality in every piece and vintage influences in their designs are hard to miss.
  • Shop 412

    420 South 27th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 586 7507
    The latest fashion fad to hit the streets of Pittsburgh is the number 412 stamped onto your chest. The trendy store of the same name features a one-of-a-kind collection of t-shirts, hoodies and jackets etched with this hard-to-miss logo on its front side. They are available in multiple sizes and under various themes like Barca and G.I. Also on sale are sports gear and apparel by high end brands like Nike, OBEY, Life After Denim, and so on. The contemporary establishment, with its clean lines and monochrome walls, lets the mounted graffiti do the talking.
  • CommonWealth Press

    1931 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 4207
    CommonWealth Press is Pittsburgh's ink specialist. The enterprise offers customized screen printing of t-shirts, posters, banners and logos. Choose from four top-quality fabrics including an eco-friendly kind to ink your art onto, for a one-of-a-kind t-shirt collection. The apparel comes in a variety of quirky prints and funky designs, personalized to suit your individualistic style and aesthetics. The trendy selection caters to all budgets and sizes.
  • Awesome Books

    929 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 1899
    Awesome Books is Pittsburgh's local library of sorts. Ingeniously stacked against its exposed brick facades are an array of novels, books, magazines and local publications, both current and secondhand. The collection caters to all age groups and covers a host of subjects and genres like art, science, poetry, philosophy, archaeology and GLBT. The family-friendly and warm atmosphere attracts students, intellectuals and bibliophiles as well as the occasional feline reading companions. The establishment also plays host to various signings and literary events.
  • Moon Stones

    2892 West Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15216 United States - Phone: +1 412 343 6666
    Hidden in plain sight on one of Dormont's busier avenues, Moon Stones is equal parts treasure-filled labyrinth and comprehensive new age outlet. Bahloo the cat, the spiritual operator of Moon Stones, prowls from room to room, up and down stairs, and through stacks of gems and trinkets as visitors roam through the dense collection of totems and unique artifacts,. The shop also offers various classes in subjects as diverse as tarot reading, reiki, astrology, and various magiks, but still contains products for all major religions, Moon Stones it the perfect stop for those wishing to accessorize their spiritual side.
  • Hot Haute Hot

    2124 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15220 United States - Phone: +1 412 338 2323
    This modern boutique in The Strip District specializes in furniture and home décor. The store is full of unique furniture that ranges from classic antiques and recreations to more modern pieces. In addition to these home staples, the boutique also carries a variety of home accessories as well as jewelry and other special pieces. The friendly staff is happy to help you find what you're looking for.
  • Eons Fashion Antique

    5850 Ellsworth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 361 3368
    Eons Fashion Antique does justice to its name. You will find clothing and accessories from the end of the 19th Century through the 1980s. Men and women who love vintage items will be delighted by this charming little store tucked away amid restaurants, salons and galleries. Though you will have to sift through the racks to find what you are looking for, you will enjoy the time you spend exploring the collection.
  • Wildcard

    4209 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 224 2651
    Opened in 2009, Wildcard has a charm that pulls shoppers of all ages to come here again and again. This quaint gift shop, with its exposed brick walls and neatly arranged displays, is one of the best places to get unique gifts for your loved ones. Featuring local artisans, they have a lovely collection of stationery, cards, jewelry, wallets, bags, crafts, paintings and t-shirts that are truly a souvenir whether you are a traveler or not. One thing is for sure, you will never tire of looking at the selection in Wildcard.
  • Jerry's Records

    2136 Murray Avenue Pittsburgh, PA United States - Phone: +1 412 421 4533
    Touted to be the the world's largest vinyl record store, Jerry's Records has an impressive collection of over one million records. Opened in 1980, this Squirrel Hill establishment is a die-hard vinyl fan's paradise. This simple, old-fashioned store with no modern technology to back it up is all about music and has an amazing selection of turntables that will make you dance with glee. The prices are very affordable and the vinyls are priceless. You will only find quality here and, yes, a superb variety as well. Don't miss this legendary spot if you are a music lover.
  • The Strip District

    The Strip District Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711(Tourist Information)
    The Strip District, or just The Stripm has been a vibrant shopping district since the early 20th Century. This bustling neighborhood, with its converted factories and warehouses, has an array of shops ranging from meat, poultry, and fish to sports and housewares. From nightclubs to bars and breweries to unique boutiques, you will find it all at The Strip. Don't miss visiting this spot when in the city.
  • Ross Park Mall

    1000 Ross Park Mall Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15237-3875 United States - Phone: +1 412 369 4401
    Located just north of Pittsburgh, the Ross Park Mall opened its doors in 1986; and has been a favorite among shoppers ever since. It has a mind blowing retail space of 1,212,000 square feet (112,600 square meters), with Sears, JCPenney, Nordstrom and Macy's as its prime attractions. This upscale shopping center  houses some of the best brands in clothing, food and jewelry in its 160 odd stores. Tiffany & Co., California Pizza Kitchen, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Apple and The Cheesecake Factory are some of the places to check out at this classy mall. Regular events keep taking place to entertain the crowd.
  • Figleaf

    1406 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 7700
    Located in the South Side Flats neighborhood, this little shop can be easily missed for a local clothing store. However, Figleaf has grown to a chain of boutiques that has five branches across the country, while their number seems to be growing by the day. The East Carson Street location has a range of clothes and accessories to suit everybody's need. The best part about this brand is that it is trendy, stylish and affordable! So if you need a summer dress that doesn't burn a hole in your pocket, you should head to the Figleaf. Cute print dresses, colorful accessories and good quality dress materials are all in their collection. Log on to the website to see the latest arrivals.
  • Waterworks Mall

    910 Freeport Road Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 784 1537
    An outdoor shopping center, the Waterworks Mall was established in 1982. It is home to a lot of stores, which offer a good range of products and services. Ample parking, a 10-screen movie theater and various restaurants are all part of this neighborhood mall. Waterworks has some good retail options with the main ones being Bed Bath & Beyond, Barnes & Noble and Walmart.
  • The Waterfront

    149 West Bridge Street Homestead, PA 15120 United States - Phone: +1 412 476 8889
    Located in the charming borough of Homestead, The Waterfront is a shopping mall that has always remained a favorite among locals. With stores like Barnes & Noble, Macy's and Best Buy, this open-air mall also provides a lot of affordable services. Dining options include Burgatory, Starbucks, TGIF and Bar Louie. There is also a movie theater, AMC Loews, which screens the latest Hollywood and international flicks. Log on to their website to know the list of upcoming events and programs.
  • Tanger Outlets

    I-79, Exit 41 Race Track Road Washington, PA 15301 United States - Phone: +1 724 225 8435 / +1 800 405 2193
    Truly a shoppers paradise, the Tanger Outlets mall is located across the USA; and also has one of its biggest branch in Washington. A factory outlet mall, this place offers high-end brands at an affordable price. There is a factory outlet of every brand that you can think of. Be it clothes, shoes, accessories, home decor or jewelry, this mall has everything at a great price! Right from Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas and Aeropostale to Van Heusen, Tommy Hilfiger and Sunglass Hut, you will find every brand here. Just visit this mall and shop till you drop!
  • Artifacts

    110 South Main Street Pittsburgh, PA 15220 United States - Phone: +1 412 921 6544
    Located in the West End neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Artifacts is a beautiful shop that houses the largest collection of antiques in the country. With over 25,000 rugs in their collection, they also store some beautiful sculptures, magnificent chandeliers, ancient artwork and furniture. Their 300,000 square foot (27870.91 square meters) shop is filled to the brim with antiques from countries like Africa and Russia. So if you are a big fan of classy old-world pieces and don't mind spending a pretty penny, then this place is just for you.
  • Pittsburgh Mills

    590 Pittsburgh Mills Circle Tarentum, PA 15084 United States - Phone: +1 724 904 9010
    With a vast area of 2,100,000 square feet (200,000 square meters), the Pittsburgh Mills mall is the largest in Western Pennsylvania. The mall is located along the PA Route 28 and houses over 180 stores, which provide a range of goods and services. Needless to say, the mall also has a variety of options for dining, entertainment and leasing. Walmart, Home Improvement Warehouse, Best Buy and Famous Footwear are some of the shops that adorn this mall. Log on to their website to know about the latest discounts, offers and events.
  • Walnut Street

    Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States
    An upscale shopping district, the Walnut Street is located in the Shadyside neighborhood of the city. This charming little street is home to one of the best brands and designer showrooms, and houses brands like Apple, Victoria's Secret, White House Black Market and Banana Republic among others. Apart from these boutiques, there are also many classy fine-dining restaurants on the street, where you can opt to dine after you finish your shopping trip.
  • Fine Wine & Spirits

    959 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 880 0452
    The fine Wine and Spirits outlet on 959 Liberty Avenue stores a wide selection of wines, beers and other spirits. The price range is extensive and mostly you can find items that will fit your budget. There is special premium section of wines that have been aged 5 to 10 years and are more on the expensive side. They also have a selection of exotic spirits like sake, soju and absinthe which are hard to find in many stores, let alone have variety in them. The store is well staffed and attendants are helpful in recommending a good selection. It is necessary to have an age permit for purchase in the store. It has its own private parking lot and is wheelchair accessible. 
  • Brooks Brothers

    600 Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 2300
    The Brooks Brothers, the oldest men's clothing retailer in the United States, has now introduced new collections for women and children as well. The Pittsburgh outlet on Smithfield Street being one of the stores with these. There are two floors, the lower stocking the casual day wear while the upper floor has suits and more professional and formal wear. They also store suit accessories like cuff links and dress shows as well. Customers can also have an option of choosing from the store's wide collection of fabrics and customizing their garments according to preferred designs. The quality of garments is high and unparalleled owing to the reputation of the brand. The store is well staffed and the attendants do their best to help the customers while shopping and answer any queries. 
  • Foot Locker

    322 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 3454
    The Foot Locker store located at Fifth Avenue in Pennsylvania has a wide selection of shoes. There is a kid's foot locker next door which features boys, girls, toddlers and infant shoes. The men's and women's section has selection of shoes from various brands, most of them focusing on sporty and athletic footwear. There are shoes available for basketball, running or simply gym training and volleyball shoes for women. There are also shoes for casual wear and boots featured. Apart from shoes, socks, t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, hats and pants are also available. The store is wheelchair accessible. 
  • Phantom of the Attic

    2351 Noblestown Road Pittsburgh, PA 15205 United States - Phone: +1 412 921 6229
    The Phantom on the Attic comic book store located on Noblestown road, Pennsylvania is a favorite among local fans for its vast collections of comics. The store has over 100,00 comics from Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse and many other independent novels. Most of the time you will find issues on sale which makes it a favorite among young children. The store also hosts events like trading cards tournaments and live action role playing days. They also store toys, books, apparel, merchandise and original art pieces along with comics. The staff is friendly and helpful in finding issues in the huge store. It has its own private parking lot and is wheelchair accessible. 
  • Dandelions

    4108 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 2554
    Dandelions is a little boutique store located on Butler street in Pennsylvania featuring a range of gifting options for friends and family. A lot of the items on display are vintage and have a kitschy feel to them. The store sells antique jewelry like earrings, necklaces, brooches as well as magnets, home decor items and stationary. They also have a good collection of tea sets and china sets. There is a special display of artisan tea flavors, spice mixes and dips. The owner is usually present at the store and is friendly and helpful while giving recommendations as well as answering queries. It is a good store if you want to buy gifts that are eclectic and unusual while being charming all the same. 
  • Galleria

    1500 washington road Pittsburgh, PA 15228 United States - Phone: +1 412 561 4000
    The galleria mall located at Washington road is a luxury shopping center with stores like JCPenny, Macy's and Victoria's Secret. There are also a variety of jewelry stores available in the mall. Inside the mall, there is a movie theater and several cafes and food outlets like Subways, Starbucks and Steak n Shake which make it a good spot for a family outing. The mall is smaller compared to the other malls in the area but the shops here are more upscale and expensive. There is an in door fountain with a seating area which is a great spot to just sit and relax. There is a private parking lot available in the mall and the place is wheelchair accessible.
  • Buffalo Blues

    216 South Highland Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 5837
    Located in Shadyside, Buffalo Blues was recently voted as having the best wings in Pittsburgh. You'll understand the vote after tasting some of the 13 special sauces, ranging from sweet to "Hotter 'n Hell." In addition, the menu features a variety of sandwiches, ribs and salads. Swordfish and catfish are also favorites. On the weekends, either a DJ or a band performs. Music ranges from blues to reggae to classic rock and roll. There are also some pool tables for those who need more than wings and a beer to occupy their night.
  • Mullaney's Harp & Fiddle Irish Pub

    2329 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 642 6622
    Mullaney's Harp and Fiddle Pub celebrates being Irish every day of the year, not just on St. Patrick's Day. The restaurant serves traditional Irish fare such as shepherd's pie, Irish corned beef and cabbage and fish and chips. The menu also includes American cuisine. There are at least 10 different draft beers, Irish brews and many domestic brands. Tuesdays feature Celtic dancing, while Irish bands play here on the weekends. There is a $3 cover charge after 9pm on weekends. See website for food and drink menus, specials, and calendar.
  • Houlihan's

    15 Station Square Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 232 0302
    Houlihan's has something for everyone: lunch, dinner, late night dining, live music or DJ, and a dance floor. The menu offers beef and chicken cooked on the wood-fired grill, sandwiches, fajitas, salads and plenty of delicious appetizers. There is a different quiche on the menu every day. Happy hour features discounts on appetizers, which can be a meal on their own. A smoking section is designated in the dining room after 5pm; before then smokers are sent to the lounge. Reservations are accepted every day, except Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Club Cafe

    56 South 12th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 4950
    The Club Cafe has created a unique mixture of coffee shop and nightclub in one small room, and features live music every night. Music ranges from rock to jazz to blues to funk. With art deco booths and translucent bars the decor comes together to create a 1940s-50s feel. The food is a bit different than what is found in the average bar. Patrons love the roasted red potatoes with Gorgonzola dip and the prosciutto and goat cheese. All shows are 21 and up only. 
  • Rosebud Cafe

    1650 Smallman St Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 2232
    Rosebud Cafe is an upscale nightclub that is mostly known as a concert venue for local and national acts. The live music ranges from jazz to folk to alternative country. Food is served for dinner and during concerts. There are also several dance nights. House music is played on Fridays and disco rules on Sundays. Cover charge depends on the entertainment. Valet parking is available.
  • Windhaven Lounge

    20744 Highway 19 Cranberry Township, PA 16066 United States - Phone: +1 724 776 1740
    The Windhaven Lounge offers live music as well as a DJ spinning the latest in hip-hop/rap, jazz and rock. Karaoke is also a popular entertainment. American cuisine is served for lunch and dinner. Think sandwiches and soups. Specials are offered every Monday night, especially during Monday Night Football. Happy hour is Fridays from 4p to 6p. The lounge also has a pool table.
  • Gandy Dancer

    1 Station Square Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 1717
    Located next to the Grand Concourse Restaurant at Station Square, the Gandy Dancer is an upscale bar that attracts an older crowd. The restaurant features a steady flow of live music, most of which is jazz and blues bands, and there is a piano player on staff to keep the music playing. Patrons are encouraged to dance and the establishment provides opportunities to sing Karaoke. During nice weather, seating is available outdoors. The menu features American cuisine, but nothing too heavy. Happy hour is from 4:30p-6:30p daily.
  • Club Havana

    5744 Ellsworth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 661 2025
    Club Havana was into swing bands and Latin music before they ever became the "in" thing. Their DJs play Latin and salsa music every night from 10p-2a. Merengue dancing lessons are available Sundays from 8p-10p. The club has a full martini bar and a humidor, so the place is usually filled with cigar smoke, albeit not from real Cuban cigars.
  • Donny's Place

    1226 Herron Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 9869
    Located behind Iron City Brewing, Donny's Place does not exactly fit its tough Polish Hill neighborhood. There are three bars and outdoor patios that feature rock water fountains and sculptures, and the dance floor is open on weekends, when DJs play a variety of music. Donny's centerpiece is Leather Central, a bar in the basement that features sectional seating separated by 55-gallon drum walls. This bar also hosts a variety of theme nights. The kitchen is open 6p-Mid and serves American cuisine, such as burgers, hotdogs and tuna salad.
  • Area 51

    2106 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 434 1144
    If aliens visit Pittsburgh, they will definitely stop at Area 51, as this theme bar is totally devoted to the extraterrestrial. Patrons will find the huge dance floor to be a futuristic phantasmagoria of laser lights and strobes pulsating to a variety of music from house/techno to rock and rap. And do not forget to check out the full-sized alien display and, of course, the alien baby in a jar. Sports-lovers will find several large televisions set for their favorite games.
  • Roland's Seafood Grill

    1904 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 3401
    A casual seafood restaurant during the week and a thriving nightclub on the weekend, Roland's is a unique choice in the Pittsburgh area that's sure to please everyone in your group. Roland's offers an extensive dining menu in addition to twenty-five draft selections, 500 bottled beer choices, live entertainment, dancing, billiards, and a full bar. The dining room and raw seafood bar is downstairs, away from the occasional chaos of the party-oriented areas. Located in the heart of the Strip District, Roland's is a popular place for a night out.
  • Hambone's

    4207 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 681 4318
    Hambone's is a casual restaurant that serves American cuisine and hometown favorites. Patrons will get a small taste of the food that Pittsburghers have grown up eating. The menu is filled with burgers, sandwiches, soups and stews (a favorite is the turtle soup). The food may not be gourmet cuisine but it is good and very filling. There is a fully stocked bar, a dance floor and occasional live entertainment.
  • Club Zoo

    2801 Freeport Road Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 201 1100
    Club Zoo's dance floor is packed every night as club goers dance to music spun by a DJ. There are theme nights, many special events, and underage nights on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The full-sized bar provides the typical snacks and sandwiches found in most clubs. See website for event calendar, DJ info, and photo and video galleries.
  • Club Millennium

    108 19th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 6100
    Club Millennium is one of the most popular clubs in Pittsburgh. Thanks to the cheap drinks and slammin' house music, the dance floor is always packed. DJs spin mostly techno and hip-hop favorites. Anything goes with the crowd, whose dress styles range from consevative to wild.
  • Primanti Bros. Blues Cafe

    1832 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 7080
    Blues Cafe provides just what the name says: the blues. Most nights feature a band playing blues music in the dark, smoky bar. Happy hour is held Fridays through Mondays. Patrons enjoy the mellow atmosphere, the cool sounds, and the award-winning burgers and sandwiches. There is some outdoor seating available.
  • Bloomfield Bridge Tavern

    4412 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 8611
    The Bloomfield Bridge Tavern prides itself on being a family place. Foul language is not tolerated behind these doors. Known as BBT, the tavern hosts live bands that play everything from polka to rock music. Tuesdays are open stage night while Wednesdays feature acoustic music and poetry. Bands play Fridays and Saturdays. The cover charge ranges from $2 to $5. The kitchen serves up traditional Polish food and the typical bar fare.
  • Piper's Pub

    1828 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 381 3977
    Patrons will feel like they stepped into an English pub when they go to Piper's Pub. The wood paneling provides the perfect atmosphere for the English music and brews. Occasionally, bands perform here. Typical pub sandwiches and snacks are served throughout the day. The best thing about this pub is that it provides a quiet place to chat with friends. See website for menu, scotch and beer lists, brunch details, and soccer fan info.
  • Paparrazi

    2100 E. Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 488 0800
    Paparrazi is the kind of place where you will find twenty-somethings mingling with senior citizens. The two-story club serves delicious Italian and American dishes. Thursday through Sunday, live jazz bands get the place hopping. The theme is art deco, which makes the mirror-lined spiral staircase to the second-floor dining area a challenge after a few glasses of wine. When the weather is nice, patrons can dine outdoors. The restaurant also hosts private parties.
  • Murray Avenue Grill

    1720 Murray Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 1272
    This unassuming Squirrel Hill eatery serves low-priced comfort food in a subtly modern environment. Salads here are robust, topped with anything from salmon to chicken or even steak. The sandwich menu is extensive (featuring everything from a veggie wrap to a barbecued beef brisket hoagie). When you order one of their gourmet burgers, you get to spice it up with items from a long list of toppings (including smoked gouda, portabella mushrooms, and hot banana peppers). Other belly-warming comfort foods on offer include crab cakes, a penne sausage bake, and home-style pot roast. Steaks here are aged and hickory grilled. Sunday Brunch sees the menu augmented with omelettes, "Hobo Hash," and even a breakfast Reuben. It may be unassuming, but anyone who says there's nothing fancy about this place is off their rocker. See website for menu and calendar.
  • Moondog's

    378 Freeport Road Blawnox, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 828 2040
    Patrons don't mind making the trip to Blawnox if the evening ends at Moondog's. Live music is the heart and soul of the place. The music ranges from jazz and blues to rock and pop. The bar is famous for bringing national acts to the stage on weekends. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are open stage nights where anything goes. The menu features American dishes. See the website for the events calendar and more.
  • Sandbar

    1000 Sandcastle Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15120 United States - Phone: +1 412 462 6666
    Sandbar gives patrons a taste of the beach throughout the summer. Located at Sandcastle water park, the bar has a hot tub that seats 100 and a large wading pool. The open-air bar has house music every night. Sundays are dedicated to the under-21 crowd. The bar also sponsors a variety of theme nights. See website for info and photos.
  • 31st Street Pub

    3101 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 391 8334
    Originally, the 31st Street Pub catered to mill workers who would stop by for a beer after a hard day at work. Before long, bikers had taken over the bar. These days, the pub caters to fans of indie rock and experimental music. The stage area still has the skulls that decorated the infamous Skull Room during the biker days, but the crowd is a little more friendly now. Bands (such as Gagging Magots and Ninjas Who Met God) perform nightly Thursday through Saturday. Happy hour is from 4:30pm to 6:30pm.
  • Penn Brewery

    800 Vinial Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 237 9400
    Penn Brewery prides itself on offering Pittsburghers authentic German brews and cuisine. The brewery adheres to the strict German law Reinheitsgebot, which was enacted in 1516 to ensure the purity of beer. The historic building uses huge kettles that were made in Germany to mix the four ingredients that make perfect beer. The menu features German favorites such as Paprika Huehnchen and Sauerbraten. Live music is offered throughout the week. Happy Hour is M-Th from 5p-7p, with a different beer style available for just $2 per pint each day. See website for beer info, event calendar, and online gift shop.
  • Joyce's Celtic Pub

    1109 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 481 3480
    Joyce's Celtic Pub provides a touch of Irish cuisine on the South Side. The bar is stocked with Guinness and Killian's Irish Ale, as well as the traditional American brews. The menu includes Irish standards such as corned beef and cabbage and ham and cabbage. Of course, the potato is involved in many dishes from stews to french fries. Occasionally an Irish band will perform on Sundays.
  • Altar Bar

    1620 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 263 2877
    Altar at Penn Avenue is an ideal place to enjoy great live music with lots of beer! The upcoming bands that perform on stage are cheered on by the huge crowds that occupy Altar almost every evening. The space is also rented out for a number of theme events and fashion shows. You can book Altar for wedding receptions, bachelor/bachelorette parties, graduation and corporate parties as well.
  • Diesel Club Lounge

    1601 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 8800
    Diesel Club Lounge takes the nightlife standard a notch higher. Three nights a week this rocking place lightens up the scene with eclectic music and entertaining performances. It also hosts an array of concerts and gigs, while serving great quality alcohol and food. State-of-the-art sound and light equipment add to the mood of this place, making it perfect for those long-awaited nights out. The club area consists of a VIP Lounge, a Booth Lounge and Sky Boxes providing guests with a lot of variety and privacy. The awesome music coupled with hip ambiance makes this club a favorite among locals and tourists alike. The venue also accommodates private events such as bachelor parties, rehearsal dinners, receptions, formal dinners and fashion shows.
  • Bossa Nova

    123 Seventh Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 232 3030
    Bossa Nova is a popular Bar and Lounge located in the city of Pittsburgh. The atmosphere at the place is absolutely stunning, with tasteful art and sculpture adorning its interiors and plasma screen TVs telecasting live matches for those who want to enjoy watching games with a drink. Bossa Nova has an impressive beverage menu and there are several excellent cocktails one can choose from, such as the Chocolate Dark, Key Lime, Lucastini or Pink Fizz among many other unique concoctions. If you get hungry, try out the Gazpacho, Ahi Tuna, Fried Calamari or the Chorizo Empanadas from the fusionistic menu.
  • Metropolis

    1908 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7603
    Metropolis is a plush, upscale nightclub buzzing with activity every night. The dance floor is generally packed, and the DJ spins some peppy music to keep the crowd moving. However, if your are not in the mood to dance, find sacks and couches spread near the dance floor. The three bars serve different types of martinis, beer, wines and cocktails, and the big screen shows live sports and movies for entertainment. The menu is limited yet refreshingly versatile, and the gourmet pizzas and chicken wings are a must try. The place is a right blend of great music, mixed drinks and awesome food. It is open from Monday to Saturday, 5 pm onwards.
  • Stratus Nite Club

    1600 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 4600
    Stratus Nite Club is very out of the ordinary when it comes to themed nights with contests like 'Sexy Bra Search' and other provocative events. And all this for a good cause—breast cancer research! There are scheduled performances by local and national artists for which there is a cover charge. The DJ spins dance music on weekend to get the party going. The younger crowd gets special offers like free Miller Beer which makes the visit definitely worthwhile!
  • Studio 54

    2604 Josephine Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 323 1919
    Pittsburgh may not be the center of gay nightlife as seen on "Queer as Folk" but Studio 54 comes close to it. Named after the legendary club in New York, this nightclub is home to hip-hop, dance and techno. The club is very popular on the gay scene but straight aficionados of disco and pop go there as well. The party really gets going on weekends!
  • Rock Jungle

    5 Station Square Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 765 2200
    Take a one way trip to Miami, at the Rock Jungle nightclub. Palm trees and sleek artificial waterfalls reminiscent of Miami jungles and five intoxicating bars displaying exotic animals, is what draws a major crowd out here. Although you find everyone grooving to the upbeat music, the dance-floor is spacious enough to avoid a stampede! Popular events and hip crowd, all in all, a happening jungle for party animals.
  • Margarita Mama's

    1 Station Square Drive East Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 434 8100
    Margarita Mama's is a leading party venue in the Downtown district of Pittsburgh favored and frequented by most locals here. The large and spacious bar encompasses five fully stocked bars, a 200 foot outdoor deck and a vast dancing floor. Those who are into gaming can make use of the three pool tables and the VIP lounge is perfect for a more intimate gathering. Margarita Mama's also features live performers and the crowd consists of some of the most elite people of the society.
  • Thunderbird Cafe

    4023 Butler Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 682 0177
    Thunderbird Cafe is as unique as its name is. A live music venue-cum-bar-cum-restaurant, Thunderbird is a perfect blend of great food, good music and a rocking atmosphere. From the moment you step in, you'll find yourself drawn towards the dance floor, what with the live bands rocking the night away! The three-leveled lounge has an upfront bar and a pool table on the first level and two large television sets on the next level. Further up, there is a small stage where you will find bands performing everything from jazz to blues and Americana music. There is ample seating space all around the bar and the stage is visible from everywhere. While grooving to the music, make sure you grab a bite of the burgers and the absolutely delectable barbecue dishes that the restaurant offers.
  • The World

    1650 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 642 2941
    Loads of live music, scintillating performances and the oomph factor make The World, what it is. The venue which has given the city some memorable nights is a must for all, as it the right amalgam of excitement, music and mania. Call for schedules.
  • The Rock Club

    5 Station Square Drive East Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 325 7377
    Rocking and rolling the crowds of Pittsburgh, The Rock Club is one of the best clubs in the city which provides quality entertainment. Groove and move to the catchy tunes all night long at this hep club.
  • The Warehouse Nightclub

    122 Templeton Way Kittanning, PA 16201 United States - Phone: +1 724 545 2582
    Warehouse Nightclub is one of the best in the city. With flocks of party animals coming here, this hip-hop club has the city's most fashionable crowd dancing the night away. They invite the hottest DJs and artists, like Tantric, Jackyl The Lumberjack, and have a number of special nights. The club also caters to private parties. Do contact for more details.
  • Johnny B's Night Club

    660 East Pittsburgh Street Greensburg, PA 15601 United States
    Located amidst a bustling quarter of Greensburg, Johnny B's Night Club is a popular club that is frequented by music lovers from every nook and corner of the region. The club plays host to theme parties, DJ nights, concerts and gigs on a regular basis. Several established as well as upcoming artists are invited to add a spark to most celebrations taking place here. Johnny B's Night Club is furnished with superb lights and acoustics which enhance the impact of each live act hosted here.
  • Sundance Lounge

    609 Bedford Street Portage, PA 15946 United States - Phone: +1 814 736 8280
    The Sundance Lounge offers a variety of drink specials and a spacious dance floor for dancing. This venue occasionally has live music events too.
  • The Hideout

    45 Bates Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 969 3832
    This club has a dance floor and a variety of drink specials. There are also themed nights occasionally.
  • CJ's

    2911 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 642 2377
    CJ's is a popular restaurant and lounge in the Strip District. The kitchen turns out American dishes like pork chops, burgers, chicken wings, sandwiches, wraps and salads. CJ's features a variety of events throughout the week, including karaoke nights, DJ sessions and live music. For for an energetic atmosphere, generous portions, tasty drinks and great entertainment, make sure to stop by CJ's.
  • Whim

    1 East Station Square Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 9888
    To make the best out of your weekend night in Pittsburgh, head to Whim Nightclub on Square Drive. Open three nights a week, this magnificent party house boasts of a nitrogen-cooled dance floor, amazing sound system, five full-fledged bars and numerous VIP rooms to give you your share of comfort on a night out. The music churned out by the resident DJs spans a wide range,  from the Top 40s to the modern electronic music. You can relax on a couch at the bar or join the energetic crowd dancing to the thumping beats. 
  • James Street Gastropub

    422 Foreland Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 904 3335
    The James Street Gastropub on Foreland Street is a cool bar and great music venue. It's an excellent place to let your hair down, dance and have a good time with friends while listening to refreshing local bands in their element. Add delectable food to this equation and you have a super fun night. James Street Gastropub has the trifecta of the best night haunts; drinks, food and music. Drop in, sip on some chilled beer, dig into the awesome buttermilk fried chicken, soak in the fabulous music and you will surely be coming here again.
  • Little E's Jazz Club

    949 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 392 2217
    Located in downtown Pittsburgh, this awesome little jazz club has become famous overnight. The 21 and over club hosts some of the best jazz performances in town and sees a huge crowd during weekends. The club has regular events to entertain the crowd and also serves a decent range of alcohol and food. The ambiance of this little place can be best described as lively and vibrant. Log on to their website to know about the upcoming schedule of events.
  • Cruze Bar

    1600 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 1400
    Located in the Strip district of Pittsburgh, Cruze Bar is quite popular among the gay community of the city. With a huge area of 6000 square feet (557.41 square meters), this hip club serves a good range of drinks and is great for dancing. The electric music, combined with an occasional live event, makes this place a great night-spot for youngsters. The staff is friendly and the service is decent. Drop by on a weekend with a bunch of friends and enjoy the foot-thumping music while you sip your cocktails.
  • Pittsburgh International Airport

    State Route 60, Airport Parkway Pittsburgh, PA 15231 United States - Phone: +1 412 472 3525
    A tourist destination in its own right, this one-billion-dollar passenger terminal features an x-shaped design for its 100 departure gates, is connected by high-speed underground rail to a separate "landside" terminal for easy check-in and baggage claim and is home to more than 100 shops and restaurants. It was one of the first terminals in the United States to offer a shopping mall-like atmosphere and is mandated to charge "street prices" for its goods and services, similar to what they cost in non-airport locations.
  • Heinz Memorial Chapel

    4200 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260 United States - Phone: +1 412 624 4157
    This chapel, a landmark on the University of Pittsburgh's campus, was erected as a memorial of the Heinz family. The Heinz family, one of the major producers of ketchup and condiments in the United States, lived and started their now world-renowned business in Pittsburgh. The  family still funds many scholarships and services at the university. The chapel is non-denominational and holds a variety of services, weddings, and concerts. See the website for details on special events.
  • Rodef Shalom

    4905 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 6566
    The synagogue, Rodef Shalom, is one of two synagogues that Henry Hornbostel designed. Located in the Shadyside neighborhood, the interior of this beautiful building is illuminated by a skylight and stained glass windows. Visitors will also immediately notice the blue and gold chandeliers, which float above the rich mahogany and gilt used throughout the interior. Rodef Shalom features a Biblical Botanical Garden, which encompasses the natural world of ancient Israel and is a feature not-to-be-missed.
  • Trinity Cathedral

    320 Sixth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 232 6404
    The Trinity Cathedral is immediately visible from anywhere on Sixth Avenue. Inspired by 14-century English style, Architect Gordon Lloyd of Detroit built this Gothic edifice in 1871. Although the church was partially destroyed by fire in 1969, the interior continues to reflect a Victorian style. In addition to a historic courtyard, the cemetery houses some of the oldest graves in Pittsburgh. Although it may seem slightly out of keeping with the cathedral's past, the building hosts concerts in the spring and fall.
  • North Park

    897 East Ingomar Road Pittsburgh, PA 15237 United States - Phone: +1 724 935 1971; +1 724 935 1766
    North Park is the largest park in Allegheny County. The 3,010 acres have everything from a golf course to tennis courts to an ice-skating rink. The swimming pool is one of the largest in the world. The boathouse offers easy access to the lake, which everyone agrees has some of the best fishing in the state and the Latodami Nature Center is staffed by a full-time naturalist. Most of the park's buildings were built during the Depression as part of federal programs.
  • St. Anthony's Chapel

    1704 Harpster Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 323 9504 / +1 412 231 2994
    St. Anthony's Chapel was built as a shrine to St. Anthony of Padua in the 1880s. Father Suitbert Mollinger, a wealthy Belgian priest, provided the funding for the project; unfortunately he died shortly after the shrine was completed. The chapel holds an immense collection of religious artifacts; possibly the largest in the western hemisphere. Tours are conducted at 1p, 2p and 3p Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Schenley Park

    3898 Boulevard of the Allies Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 622 6959 for ice rink; +1 412 622 6959 for golf course
    The community flocks to Schenley Park, a green oasis in the midst of a bustling city, for concerts, plays and movies. Phipps Conservatory is located on the northern end of the park, which is set between Oakland and Squirrel Hill, close to Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. Hikers love the winding trails and children gather at the swimming pool during summer. In the winter, visitors can ice skate at the rink or cross-country ski. There's also an 18-hole public golf course.
  • Allegheny County Airport

    12 Allegheny County Airport West Mifflin, PA 15122 United States - Phone: +1 412 461 4300
    The Allegheny County Airport is a small, busy airport located in West Mifflin. The airport has a room in the back of the terminal where children can watch the planes take off and land. The airport also hosts the blimps who fly Pittsburgh's skies during sporting events. For those who want a different view of the city, the airport offers a guided aerial tour of the city by Airburst Helicopters. To reserve a tour, visitors can call +1 412 469 3572.
  • Allegheny General Hospital

    230 East North Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 359 3131
    The hospital is part of the West Penn-Allegheny Health System; it has 698 beds and an emergency and trauma center. The facility specializes in everything from cardiology to general surgery, pediatrics, sports medicine, transplant surgery and adult trauma.
  • Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

    4401 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 692 5325
    Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh is the top facility for children in western Pennsylvania. The hospital has 235 beds. Specialties include pediatric trauma, pediatric surgery, orthopedics, spina bifida, transplant surgery, neurosurgery and child abuse treatment and prevention.
  • Forbes Hospice

    115 S Neville Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 325 7200
    Patients are tended to physically and spiritually at this facility, which has eight beds and offers intensive and sympathetic care for the dying, including children with terminal illnesses. The hospice also offers bereavement counseling for family members and a home-care program.
  • Forbes Regional Hospital

    2570 Haymaker Road Monroeville, PA 15146 United States - Phone: +1 412 858 2000
    The 353-bed facility handles obstetrics, pediatrics, cancer, mental health and cardiology and includes the Forbes Family Health Center and the InterCommunity Cancer Center. The cancer center provides outpatient radiation and chemotherapy treatments.
  • Magee-Womens Hospital

    300 Halket Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 641 1000
    Magee-Womens Hospital specializes in caring for women and children. The hospital treats many women who are having difficult pregnancies or are expecting multiple births. Other specialties include infertility, genetic testing, plastic surgery and breast care. The hospital also has a research department. The hospital has been awarded nationally as providing Excellence in Care for Women.
  • Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh

    1400 Locust Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 232 8111 / +1 800 232 5660
    Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh is a 500-bed facility that divides its services into several centers. The hospital has the city's only Level 1 Regional Resource Trauma Center and Burn Center, providing a trauma team 24 hours a day. Mercy Children's Medical Center provides neonatal intensive care, a pediatric trauma unit and short-stay pediatric care.
  • St. Clair Hospital

    1000 Bower Hill Road Pittsburgh, PA 15243 United States - Phone: +1 412 561 4900
    St. Clair Hospital is a 308-bed facility that offers care in pediatrics, family practice, gynecology/obstetrics, surgery, emergency medicine and psychiatry. The hospital offers a variety of educational programs and support groups for the public.
  • Transitional Infant Care Hospital

    5618 Kentucky Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 441 0700
    Transitional Infant Care Hospital provides at-risk infants with a place to heal after they have left neonatal intensive care units but are not ready to return home. There are 11 beds at the facility, which is located in Shadyside.
  • UPMC Braddock

    400 Holland Ave Braddock, PA 15104 United States - Phone: +1 412 636 5000
    UPMC Braddock, part of the UPMC Health System, is a 250-bed facility specializing in psychiatric services and chemical dependency/detoxification. The hospital is also involved in emergency medicine, outpatient chemotherapy, orthopedics, intensive care, coronary and medical surgeries, and same-day surgeries.
  • UPMC Passavant Hospital

    9100 Babcock Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15237 United States - Phone: +1 412 367 6700
    Part of the UPMC Health System, UPMC Passavant's 292-bed facility has expanded its services to include cancer care, cardiac care, emergency medicine, women's health care, orthopedics and pulmonary medicine. There is a chest pain center, subacute care unit, physical and occupational therapy center, sleep center, pain management department and a center to treat speech, voice and swallowing disorders.
  • UPMC St. Margaret

    815 Freeport Road Pittsburgh, PA 15215 United States - Phone: +1 412 784 4000
    This hospital has 259 beds and specializes in arthritis treatment, rehabilitation, orthopedics and occupational health. There are 500 physicians on staff. The hospital provides several community services, such as assisting local volunteers with paramedic response teams, athletic training services for schools and health screening programs.
  • UPMC Rehabilitation Hospital

    6301 Northumberland St Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 521 9000
    This hospital specializes in helping people overcome any serious injury that requires extended recovery time, dealing with head and spinal cord injuries, strokes, amputation, burns, spina bifida, cerebral palsy and spasticity treatments. Patients receive counseling on nutrition, behavioral medicine, and phsyical and speech therapies.
  • UPMC Shadyside

    5230 Centre Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 623 2121
    Shadyside services include primary care, cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, oncology, neuroscience, orthopedics, geriatric services, endocrinology, gastroenterology, sinus surgery and women's services. The hospital recently opened the Center for Complementary Medicine which offers alternatives for those who desire less intrusive medical treatments.
  • UPMC South Side

    2000 Mary Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 488 5550
    South Side is a 216-bed facility specializing in acute medical and surgical care, psychiatry, geriatric services, emergency care and occupational medicine. It also offers physical, occupation and speech therapies. There is an inpatient psychiatric unit, a sleep laboratory and a peripheral vascular lab.
  • VA Health Care System

    University Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 688 6000 / +1 800 309 8398(Toll Free)
    When veterans become ill they can turn to the Veteran's Administration Health Care System. The system operates three facilities in the Pittsburgh area—Oakland, East Liberty and Aspinwall. The total number of beds at the three facilities is 842. The system treats substance-abuse problems, conducts schizophrenia research and offers a veterans' information phone line. The facilities specialize in primary care, same-day surgery, neuropsychology, sleep disorders, geropsychiatry and psychiatric intensive care. There is a liver transplant center, regional cardiac surgery center and an oncology network center.

    The Aspinwall center is located at 1010 Delafield Road, Aspinwall 15215; +1 412 688 6000. The East Liberty center is located at 7180 Highland Drive, Pittsburgh 15206; +1 412 365 4900 or +1 800 647 6220.
  • Western Pennsylvania Hospital

    4800 Friendship Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 578 5000
    This hospital is one of the top 20 bone marrow transplant centers in the country. The 542-bed facility also specializes in cardiology, oncology, obstetrics, burn care, radiology, emergency care, surgery, geriatrics, cardiovascular diseases, burn care and rehabilitation services.
  • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

    400 45th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 United States - Phone: +1 412 622 4343
    This 529-bed facility specializes in everything from orthopedics to stroke treatment, obstetrics, and magnetic resonance imaging. The hospital has the Greater Pittsburgh Sleep Center and a 24-bed Center for Critical Care. The Center for Cancer Care offers a wide range of oncology treatments. The facility is a teaching hospital and offers the shortest diploma program for registered nurses. It is also has accredited schools for practical nurses, respiratory care practitioners, and nurse anesthetists.
  • Allegheny General Hospital Suburban Campus

    110 South Jackson Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15202 United States - Phone: +1 412 734 6000
    This is a 195-bed facility that has more than 30 specialities, ranging from surgery to kidney dialysis, cosmetic surgery, occupational medicine, emergency medicine and physical rehabilitation. There are also a variety of educational and support programs available to the public.
  • Sewickley Valley Hospital

    720 Blackburn Road Sewickley, PA 15143 United States - Phone: +1 412 741 6600
    Sewickley Valley Hospital is a member of the Heritage Valley Health System and has 208 beds, specializing in cardiology, diagnostic radiology, orthopedic surgery, peripheral vascular surgery, oncology, psychiatry and transitional care.
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Pittsburgh

    500 Shady Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 362 3400
    The Ronald McDonald House offers families a place to stay while their children are being treated at one of the medical facilities in Pittsburgh. Guests pay a small fee, but it is not mandatory. The house welcomes every family, even if they can not afford to pay any money. There are two houses, one for short-term stays and one for long-term stays. Each room provides a kitchen, laundry facility and toys for children.
  • Southwestern Group Ltd.

    500 Lewis Run Road West Mifflin, PA 15122 United States - Phone: +1 412 469 6964
    Southwestern Group Ltd. is comprised of four facilities that specialize in treating eldery patients. The Southwestern Health Center is an outpatient diagnostic center. Southwestern Nursing Center provides skilled nursing care to critical patients. Southwestern Ambulatory Surgery Center conducts minimally-invasive surgery. Finally, The Arrowood at Southwestern is an independent-living retirement community.
  • Mellon Park

    6601 5th Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States
    The estate of Richard B. Mellon was converted into the 10.5-acre Mellon Park. The park has some beautiful formal gardens that are open to the public. There is also a large playground, basketball courts, tennis courts and several ball fields. The Scaife house sits on the edge of the park and is part of the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, and summer concerts are held on the house's lawn each year.
  • David L. Lawrence Convention Center

    1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 565 6000
    Overlooking the Allegheny River and Downtown Pittsburgh, this state-of-the-art facility also is an environmentally smart structure, using natural daylight and ventilation to light and heat the 1.5 million square-foot building. The world's first "green" convention center also has carbon monoxide sensors and a water reclamation system that reduces portable water use by nearly 60 percent. The Convention Center includes two large exhibit spaces and the Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom and Regional Showcase. Events hosted by the Center include various exhibits, conferences, trade shows, festivals, meetings and more.
  • PCA (Park 'N Fly)

    701 Flaugherty Run Road Coraopolis, PA 15108 United States - Phone: +1412 262 8188
    The Park 'N Fly Network is one of the industry's leading on-line booking engines for airport parking. With facilities nation-wide and a constantly growing network, parking with Park 'N Fly is fast and easy. By booking your airport parking today you have the peace of mind in knowing that a parking space is reserved when you need it. The Park 'N Fly Network charges no service fees. Their lots are secure, convenient to the airport and have prompt pick-up/drop-off and helpful employees. To begin booking your airport parking simply click on their website and select the airport that you wish to park from the drop down menu.
  • Animal Friends

    562 Camp Horne Road Pittsburgh, PA 15237 United States - Phone: +1 412 847 7000
    Finally, an advocate for the canines and other helpless creatures, four legged or not! This organization enforces animal rights and provides abandoned pets a shelter, apart from finding them homes. They take pride in the fact that they are the only no-kill animal shelter in Pittsburgh; euthanasia is not supported. There is a shop too, where you can find accessories for your pet and pet food. Try adopting one of the pets they shelter; and if you don't think you are ready for that yet, you can financially support them with your donations.
  • Animal Rescue League of Western Pennsylvania

    6620 Hamilton Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 661 6452
    This place is well-known as an open shelter, not refusing any animal that seems to have strayed. If you've lost your pet, you should make a trip here as the city's Animal Control Organization would get them to this place first. They also have a wild life center, making sure no animal is turned down. They appoint foster families for these animals and also see to the needs of the animals already living in the shelter, therefore volunteers are always welcome. The on-site veterinary clinic takes care of all emergencies, and if your pet is having any health problems, you are also welcome.
  • Apple Store

    5508 Walnut Street Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 1186
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Apple Store

    301 South Hills Village Pittsburgh, PA 15241 United States - Phone: +1 412 833 1840
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Peoples Cab Co

    1140 Washington Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 441 5334
    Serving the people in the city is Peoples Cab Co. With their 24 hours service offering pickups and drops, you won't need to bother about transportation. Whether it's shopping or dating or going to the airport, Peoples Cab will always be at your service. Prompt, efficient and friendly is how you can describe your experience with them!
  • Mercedes Benz of Pittsburgh

    4709 Baum Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 683 5000
    The first thing that comes to mind when you think of 'Mercedes' is luxury. At the Mercedes Benz of Pittsburgh showroom, you can simply drown yourself browsing through the classy models that stand so very regally there. The website provides complete information regarding different models of Merc along with their respective price and test drive queries. The showroom also holds events like drop-off and pick-up hours for a particular time bracket from Monday to Saturday.
  • Pittsburgh Grand Hall at the Priory

    614 Pressley Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 323 9394
    Previously a church, the Pittsburgh Grand Hall at the Priory opened to the public in 1995 and has since always been in the news. As the name suggests, Grand Hall is a beautifully decorated hall that hosts banquets, conferences and business meetings. It is also the place to hold trade shows and other events. The colored mosaic glass windows are huge and the gigantic pillars disappear into the roof! The view from the gallery above, overlooking the hall is just gorgeous. The glitter and glamor of the place is bound to leave anyone with good memories.
  • Alumni Hall

    4227 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260 United States - Phone: +1 412 624 4141
    The Alumni Hall at The University of Pittsburgh was formerly the Masonic Temple. It was mainly an events and meetings center, and after a major renovation, the Hall houses many offices like the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid Office of Governmental Relations, the Institute of Politics to name just a few. Playing a very important role, it also holds the honored Pitt's Legacy Gallery. It also has study areas, a reception and a ballroom that can be rented and which seats around 400 for dinner or 500 theater-style in its versatile space.
  • The Circuit Center and Ballroom

    Five Hot Metal Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 432 1420
    The Circuit Center and Ballroom is a beautiful venue that has a variety of uses. From lunch or dinner receptions, to weddings, corporate events or even dance parties. Be it any event, the Center is equipped to meet all needs with its latest technology and prompt service. It comprises of a huge 8000 sq.ft level floor space which is available for rental. It can seat 400-600 guests. Also, a comprehensive menu of the choicest dishes has been prepared to suit all events. The Circuit Center and Ballroom is managed and operated by the Fluted Mushroom.
  • The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center

    3579 Masonic Way Pittsburgh, PA 15237 United States - Phone: +1 412 931 1996
    The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center being located in the downtown area is an ideal venue for hosting varied events. It comprises of a meeting room, banquet hall, patio and an auditorium. Be it a corporate training session or a social gathering, it is well equipped to handle all with great deal of efficiency. You can also arrange a ballroom event at the classy hall, which accommodates nearly 325 guests. The venue is armed with the latest and modern sound and light equipments. The on-site free parking services adds to the convenience.
  • Arthur J. Rooney Athletic Field

    600 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 232 3853
    Arthur J. Rooney Athletic Field, the home ground to the Duquesne University football teams is a top quality sports facility in Pittsburgh. The stadium has a temporary seating arrangement of 4500 that will be taken down every summer. With world-class features including a three-tier press box installed in the recent restoration, the stadium is among the best in Pittsburgh.
  • Evolutionary Fitness

    620 Alpha Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States - Phone: +1 412 963 9000
    Evolutionary Fitness is a full service health club that strives to be a trendsetter, with state-of-the-art exercise equipment, first class service and luxurious locker rooms. Everything they do, is designed to create a positive and energetic environment providing you with a fitness experience that is truly unique. The affordable rates, cleanliness, state-of-the-art equipment, accommodating hours of operation, personal attention, and class schedules will make it easy to make fitness your priority.
  • Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 15122 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711(Tourist Information)
    Pittsburgh is located at the junction of the rivers Monongahela and Allegheny, and is known to be the second largest city in Pennsylvania. This city is known to have around 450 bridges and some great universities. Come here to experience the culture and beauty of this place, with its huge list of museums giving you a clear idea of their rich heritage.
  • Westinghouse Lodge

    2071 Ardmore Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15221 United States - Phone: +1 412 351 7330
    Ensconced in a quiet corner of Forest Hills, Westinghouse Lodge is a grandiose recreational space that is managed by the borough of Forest Hills. The venue is home to reunions, private parties, weddings, receptions, seminars and picnics. The green environs enveloping the venue coupled with the modern facilities provided here make the Westinghouse Lodge a perfect place to celebrate a good news. Attending a family get-together at the Westinghouse Lodge would surely turn into an unforgettable experience. Call to know more.
  • Butler Area Senior High School

    120 Campus Lane Butler, PA 16001 United States - Phone: +1 724 24 3200
    The Butler Area Senior High School which is a part of the Butler Area School District is located at the heart of the city of Butler. The school provides education to the grades of 11-12and is served by the Butler Intermediate School. In the past, the school has been ranked among the top western Pennsylvania high schools, and it also emphasizes on the overall development of a student. The school is also part of various clubs and is involved in a variety of extra-curricular activities like annual parades, athletics, etc. Check the website to know more.
  • Monroeville Convention Center

    209 Mall Boulevard Monroeville, PA 15146 United States - Phone: +1 412 373 7300
    The statistics for the stately Monroeville Convention Center (MCC) speak for itself loud and clear. Spread over 100,000 sq. ft, and with a capacity to hold 5400 visitors, and 400-500 booths, this versatile center has hosted international trade shows as well as smaller more intimate ones. Seamless internet connectivity, heating & cooling systems, hi-fi security, hassle-free parking, interactive kiosks and state-of-the-art facilities are offered here. Check website for details.
  • North Park Boathouse

    Pearce Mill Road McCandless, PA 15101 United States - Phone: +1 724 935 1968
  • Bentleyville

    Bentleyville Bentleyville, PA 15314 United States
  • Independence Middle School Gym (IMS Gym)

    2807 Bethel Church Road Bethel Park, PA 15102 United States - Phone: +1 412 854 8677 / +1 412 833 5005 / +1 412 854 8678
  • Canal Road

    Canal Road Apollo, PA 15613 United States - Phone: +1 724 478 4201(Tourist Information)
  • Greensburg YMCA

    101 South Maple Avenue Greensburg, PA 15601 United States - Phone: +1 724 834 0150
  • Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus

    Route 119 North Uniontown, PA 15401 United States - Phone: +1 724 430 4100
  • City of Asylum

    330 Sampsonia Way Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 321 2190
    Located on the Sampsonia Way in Pittsburgh, City of Asylum serves as a temporary safe house for writers in exile from countries across the world. Here, the writers are offered residence for up to two years, during which the writer can continue writing and express his thoughts. Apart from a temporary residence, the writer benefits from medical coverage, a living stipend and further assistance for permanent exile. During the transition duration, book reading and poetry sessions are held here regularly. In the past, famous writers/ poets like Huang Xiang from China, Khet Mar from Burma and Horacio Castellanos Moya from El Salvador have resided at the City of Asylum. The center is also known for hosting the annual Jazz Poetry Concert in September on the Sampsonia Way. Well known poets like Alexandra Petrova and Sonia Sanchez have participated in the previous editions of the festival.
  • Canton Avenue

    Canton Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15216 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 7711 (Tourist Information) /+1 800 359 0758(Toll Free)
    Stretching from Hampshire Avenue to Coast Avenue in Pittsburg, Canton Avenue is not a regular pathway. It is in fact, the steepest public street in the United States. Stretching across 630 feet (192), this street couldn't beat New Zealand's Baldwin Street to attain the 'World's Steepest Street' title. Canton Avenue is a cobbled pathway that is a venue for Pittsburgh's annual bike race Dirty Dozen. Cycling upwards on this street may be a herculean task, but do give it a try.
  • Calvary Episcopal Church

    315 Shady Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 661 0120
    Calvary Episcopal Church has a longstanding history dating back to the 1800s. The global Anglican Communion has made it a member. The community of Calvary offers spiritual services and nurturing to visitors, and welcomes all with open arms in the name of Christ. The church tries to bind the community with committed and active work of faithfulness and selflessness via teachings, learnings, stewardships, services of the word and sacraments.
  • Miller Hall

    51 West College Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 United States - Phone: +1 724 627 8191
    The Miller Hall, located on the campus of Waynesburg University, was named after Alfred Brashear Miller, who was the President of Waynesburg College from 1859 to 1899. This historic building, located in the Greene County was built between 1879 and 1899. The three-storey building is a brick and sandstone structure with a mansard roof, constructed in the Second Empire-style of architecture. The place features on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978.
  • Mount Pleasant Historic District

    Main Street Mount Pleasant, PA 15666 United States
    Encompassing pretty much the entire borough of Mount Pleasant, Mount Pleasant Historic District recognizes the city's historic structures from as far back as the early 19th Century. The district comprises as many as 268 buildings, constructed in varying architectural styles based on the period in which they were built. Prominent structures in the district include East End Hotel and Penn Theater.
  • Mount St. Peter Roman Catholic Church

    100 Freeport Road New Kensington, PA 15068 United States - Phone: +1 724 335 9877
    Mount St. Peter Roman Catholic Church was established in 1942, to house the growing congregation, that was founded by Italian migrants. The magnificent red brick building is eye-catching, and one of the most noticeable structures on Freeport Road. There have been numerous addition to the original church building over the years including the beautiful Marble Hall, the rectory as well as the Mount Saint Peter Oval. Festa Italiana, an annual event held at the church draws large crowds every year.
  • New Kensington Downtown Historic District

    972 4th Avenue New Kensingtion, PA 15068 United States
    The New Kensington Downtown Historic District encompasses an area of 19.7 acres (8.0 hectares) and dates back to 1891. There are 143 properties in the district that contribute to its historic nature. The buildings here are commercial, residential as well as industrial. The structures of the area have a mixed style of architecture, but the most prominent ones include the Art Deco, Colonial Revival and Beaux Arts style.
  • Chatham Village Historic District

    Chatham Village Pittsburgh, PA 15211 United States
    A historic community nestled in the bustling City of Pittsburg, the Chatham Village is certainly a historical area. Evolved in 1930s, Clarence Stein and Henry Wright designed this district. Though targeted to be an affordable housing option, it soon attracted affluent residents owing to the beautiful town plan. It featured in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1998.
  • Dollar Savings Bank

    340 Fourth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 7538 / +1 412 261 8536
    The Dollar Bank is a national bank for individuals and corporate customers with several branches across Pennsylvania and Ohio. The Pennsylvania headquarters is in downtown Pittsburgh in a splendid Beaux Arts building. This building is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • East Liberty Commercial Historic District

    Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 877 568 3744(Tourist Information)
    The East Liberty Commercial Historic District is situated in Pittsburgh, which stands as Pennsylvania's East end. It is an ethnically diverse region in Pittsburgh. The renowned East Liberty Presbyterian Church is sited in the district and acts as an area landmark. The district provides for an array of facilities for purchasing houses as well as renting apartments. The Community Planning has resulted in expanding its horizons and vision over the decades. In 2009, Mt. Ararat Baptist Church in East Liberty won the prestigious second place and a cash honor of USD20,000 in a National contest.
  • East Washington Historic District

    East Beau Street Washington, PA 15301 United States - Phone: +1 724 222 2929(Tourist Information)
    The East Washington Historic District is situated in the East Washington region of Pennsylvania. It occupies immense monumental value and is also famously declared as a historic district by the Washington County History and Landmarks Foundation. It was constructed in 1875 and majority structures in the district follow the Colonial Revival, Queen Anne and the Shingle Style of architecture. It spans over roughly 36.5 acres (14.8 hectares) of land area. The historically significant district was added to the prestigious National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
  • Fulton Elementary School

    5799 Hampton Street Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 665 4590
    The Fulton Elementary School is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1894 and it was also known as Fulton Academy, and Pittsburgh Fulton PreK-5. It was designed by architects Charles M. Bartberger and M. Nirdlinger, and has the Art Deco and Romanesque styles of architecture. The school got added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 30, 1986.
  • Penn-Liberty Historic Districtt

    Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States
    The Penn Liberty Historic District is situated in the downtown Pittsburgh region in Pennsylvania. The ancient district has been constructed by varied architects. The most prevalent styles from the structures in the district are the Queen Anne and the Italianate style of architecture. Due to the immense monumental significance, the district stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Saltsburg Historic District

    Saltsburg Historic District Saltsburg, PA 15681 United States
    The distinctive Saltsburg Historic District stands as one of the National historic districts in the U.S.A. It is accurately located at the Saltsburg region in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. It constitutes a total 118 contributing buildings along with 1 contributing structure, 1 contributing site and 15 contributing objects. Most of the structures in the district speak for the impeccable Federal and Late Victorian styles of architecture. The district is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Scottdale Armory

    501 North Broadway Scottdale, PA 15683 United States

    The Scottdale Armory stands stern as a monumental National Guard armory. It was constructed in 1929 and has gained immense significance over the years. It is primly located at the Scottdale in Westmoreland County in the state of Pennsylvania. The site is established on a 0.7 acres (0.28 hectares). It gracefully depicts the Art Deco style of architecture. It stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places. While the first story is embellished with the drill hall, the basement is swanked by the administrative area.  

  • Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station

    100 Wood Street California, PA 15419 United States - Phone: +1 724 938 2907
    The Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station is an immensely significant railroad station that now houses the magnificent California Area Public Library. The ancient railroad station features in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Shadyside Presbyterian Church

    5121 Westminster Place Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: + 412 682 4300
    Designed in the Romanesque and Richardsonian Romanesque styles of architecture, the Shadyside Presbyterian Church is a historic structure. This church was the first one to introduce the idea of radio broadcasts of its service. For more details, check website.
  • St. Gertrude Parish

    303 Franklin Avenue Vandergrift, PA 15690 United States - Phone: +1 724 568 2331
    The St. Gertrude Roman Catholic Church is a Romanesque style church built in 1911. Spread over an area of 0.4 acre (0.16 hectare), it was designed by renowned architect John T. Comes. The church is functional to date, with regular services and ceremonies being held.
  • St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church

    109 South 7th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 United States - Phone: +1 412 431 2531

    The St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church is a historic church located at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The elaborate church building was built in stone in 1895 and is a mix of various styles and features components like gable roofs, rose windows, multiple turrets, one of them with a golden dome, and pedimented porches. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

  • Pittsburgh Allderdice High School

    2409 Shady Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217 United States - Phone: +1 412 422 4800
    Taylor Allderdice High School is located at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This school is also known as Pittsburgh Allderdice and was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places in 1986.
  • Teutonia Maennerchor

    857 Phineas Street Pittsburgh, PA 15212 United States - Phone: +1 412 231 9141
    The Teutonia Maennerchor Hall is located at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This club building dates back to 1888, it catered to the German immigrants and now is a thriving center of German music and dance. It was incorporated in the National Registrar of Historic Places in 2004.
  • St. Stanislaus Kostka Roman Catholic Church

    21st Street and Smallman Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 4767
    St. Stanislaus Kostka Church is a magnificent structure that stands close to the eastern bank of the Allegheny River, in Pittsburgh's Strip neighborhood. Established in 1892, this church features beautiful Romanesque architecture, designed by Frederick C. Sauer. Stained glass windows, Latin inscriptions, murals and religious art, decorate the interior of the church. Apart from regular Sunday masses, services are also held on weekdays to serve the business people in the area.
  • Perry High School

    3875 Perrysville Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15214 United States - Phone: +1 412 323 3400
    The Perry High School is also famously referred as the Perry Traditional Academy or the Pittsburgh Perry High School. The school enrolls students from Grade 9 through Grade 12 and strives hard to impart quality education. For admissions schedule and other details, check website.
  • Vandergrift Historic District

    Franklin Avenue Vandergrift, PA 15690 United States
    The Vandergrift Historic District, comprising of the periphery in and around Franklin, Washington and Lincoln Avenues, was established during a period stretching from 1895 to 1925. The historic district comprises of over 600 contributing elements and two landscaped city parks. Most buildings located in the district are done up in Colonial Revival or Queen Anne styles of architecture, with some showing Romanesque influence too. Deemed a National Historic site in 1995, it was placed on the US National Register of Historic Places.
  • Westmoreland County Courthouse

    2 North Main Street Greensburg, PA 15601 United States - Phone: +1 724 830 3826
    A Spectacular courthouse site in the Westmoreland County stands as the Westmoreland County Courthouse. The government building is situated in the county seat of Greensburg in Pennsylvania. The courthouse also stands as a contributing property in the Downtown Greensburg Historic District. It was established on a land cover of 0.5 acres (0.20 hectares). The courthouse building dates back to 1906. It finely exemplifies the Beaux Arts style of architecture. Its terrific significance has paved its way to the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Woolslair Elementary School

    501 40th Street Pittsburgh, PA 15224 United States - Phone: +1 412 623 8800
    The Woolsair Elementary School is a reputed institute that goes beyond the classroom and focuses on overall development of its students. For admission schedule and other details, check website or call ahead.
  • Kayak Pittsburgh

    33 Terminal Way Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 969 9090
    Kayak Pittsburgh is often sought by the adventure-seeking tourist and locals of the city. Offering great packages at reasonable prices, they ensure that you have a great, fun time with friends and family. A part of Venture Outdoors, an organization that offers fantastic guided tours and tourist experiences in like rock climbing, canoeing, biking, hiking and much more, Kayak Pittsburgh makes for a wonderful, thrilling experience.
  • First Lutheran Church

    615 Grant Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 8125
    With its elegant spire rising to a height of 170 feet, this striking 19th-century church stands in stark contrast against the surrounding skyscrapers. Whether you are looking for a tranquil place to pray, or are simply an art and architecture enthusiast, you are sure to find a warm welcome here. The church is replete with fine stonework and architectural details, both inside and out. The cruciform building is home to a number of beautiful and artistic pieces including the mosaic work above the alter, the 19th-century stained glass depiction of "the Good Shepherd" designed by the Tiffany studios, and the free-standing alter fashioned from marble, brass and wood. Although the church was only consecrated in 1888, its congregation's history can be traced back to 1835. This warm and welcoming Lutheran church of Pittsburgh, invites all to join its members in their devote worship of God. Services and worship held at the church are strongly anchored in the congregation's absolute faith in Christ and his Gospel; its members drawing hope, comfort and inspiration from the scriptures.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    320 Sixth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 3436
    The history of the First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh can be traced all the way back to 1773. The congregation originally gathered for prayer and worship within a simple log structure, before its growing size could no longer be accommodated within the humble structure. The current church building was constructed in 1903 and is the fourth to have been built for the First Presbyterian Church. Although the building itself is replete with elegant and intricate architectural details, what it is best known for is its impressive collection of over 250 stained glass and leaded windows.Most notable of these are the 13 windows designed and installed by the Tiffany studios, and known for their intricate detail, vivid colors and realistic depictions. Guided tours of the church are conducted each Sunday after the 10:45a service, and group bookings can be made as well. Although a popular tourist destination, the church is first and foremost an active place of worship, where faith in Christ and belief in the Bible as God's word form the basis for all worship. Through worship and prayer, the church members strive to over come their inherent human faults and live a life that is dedicated to the welfare of others.
  • Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation

    810 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 471 4443
    Located on the 5th Avenue, Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation is an orthodox synagogue. Situated in Downtown Pittsburgh, a few minutes away from the Duquesne Fountain, this house of God conducts regular worship service, twice a day. 
  • Smithfield United Church of Christ

    620 Smithfield Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 281 1811
    The Smithfield United Church of Christ is one that is truly inclusive and accepting of all. At the core of their philosophy lies a deep faith in the power of Christ's love, with an attitude of open-mindedness and an acceptance of differences in beliefs. Services are held every Sunday and all are welcome to attend. Newcomers are given a hearty and genuine welcome, and are even invited to join the congregation for a light lunch after service. Communion is offered on the first Sunday of every month and childcare is available during services. The services at this church are brought to life by their excellent choir. The church building in itself is a source of great pride to the church and its congregation. Built upon the designs of architect Henry Hornbostel, the church was constructed between 1925 and 1927. Boasting an elegant design replete with fine details, a massive organ and some lovely stained glass work, has come to be popular amongst tourists as well. Parking is available across the street and is discounted during service hours.
  • St. Mary of Mercy Parish

    202 Stanwix Street Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States - Phone: +1 412 261 0110
    The St. Mary of Mercy Parish church has come to be a center of religious activity in Downtown Pittsburgh. Although the parish itself has few members, the church is frequented by visitors, and those who work or study in the area. Mass is offered on weekdays at 6:30a, 7:30 and noon, on Saturdays at noon and 5p, and on Sundays at 7:30a, 9:30a and noon. All are welcome to attend mass or stop by during the day to engage in quiet contemplation or prayer. Housed within a beautifully designed building, the church offers a tranquil sanctuary for quiet reflection amidst the hustle and bustle of Downtown. The noon masses are televised in order to reach out to a wider audience and to those who are unable to attend in person.
  • Calvary United Methodist Church

    971 Beech Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15233 United States - Phone: +1 412 231 2007
    Built in 1895, the magnificent Calvary United Methodist Church is an eye-catching monument, and one of the finest historical churches in the city. The church building, with its striking spires and intricate carving and details is a delight for enthusiasts of classical architecture. The church interiors are no less beautiful, with the restored Tiffany windows demanding your attention. The church houses an active congregation, with regular worship services, community events and outreach ministries. Check website for more information.
  • Emmanuel Episcopal Church

    957 West North Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15233 United States - Phone: +1 412 231 0454
    Constructed in 1886, Emmanuel Episcopal Church is notable for its unique architecture. The simple facade and exteriors of the church building are a far cry from the often extravagant architecture found on churches from the period. Despite this, the building is noted among architecture enthusiasts its fine brickwork, and is an enduring legacy of the famous architect H.H. Richardson. The church interiors though, are an eye-catching affair, with historic mosaics and beautiful stained glass. Call ahead for information on visiting.
  • St. Paul Cathedral

    108 North Dithridge Street Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 4951
    With a history that dates back to 1834, St. Paul Cathedral is one of the most beautiful places of worship in the city. The present cathedral building was built in a striking Gothic Revival style, and was completed in 1906. Intricately carved decorative elements and statues adorn the exteriors. The grand interiors are no less striking, with stained glass windows and gigantic columnar arches. Check website for more.
  • Sacred Heart Parish

    310 Shady Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 661 0187
    Established in 1872, Sacred Heart Parish is among the oldest places of worship in the city. The imposing church building features striking architectural details, with gigantic windows and arches. The current church building dates back to 1928, and was constructed to accommodate the rapidly growing congregation. Numerous additions over the years have added to the beauty of the structure. Call ahead for visiting and more information.
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Church

    3058 Brereton Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 621 5170
    The imposing Immaculate Heart of Mary Church is as beautiful as it is grand. With heavy influences from the Polish Cathedral style of architecture, it is one of the most unique church buildings in the city, and of great interest to architecture enthusiasts. Built to serve the rapidly growing community of Polish immigrants in the city, and is notable for its grand scale and beautiful domes. Check website for service times and more.
  • Eastminster Presbyterian Church

    250 North Highland Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 United States - Phone: +1 412 361 7788
    Eastminster Presbyterian Church serves a multi-cultural community in Shadyside, dedicated to the worship and values of God. The church occupies a beautiful historic building, with striking stonework and large arched windows. Besides worship services, the church actively engages with the community through its numerous programs and outreach ministries. Check website for worship times and more information.
  • First United Methodist Church of Pittsburgh

    5401 Centre Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15232 United States - Phone: +1 412 681 4222
    First United Methodist Church of Pittsburgh serves the spiritual and religious needs of the community in Shadyside. The church occupies a magnificent historic building, constructed in 1893, and recognized as one of the city's prominent architectural treasures. Music is at the heart of the church activities, with regular events planned throughout the year. Check website for worship times and more.
  • Al-Masjid Al-Awwal

    1911 Wylie Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States - Phone: +1 412 434 7981 / +1 412 434 7979
    Established in 1932, Al-Masjid Al-Awwal is the first mosque serving the Muslim community in the city. Beyond worship services, the mosque conducts numerous classes and lectures on various aspects of Islam for the benefit of the community. Besides this, there are numerous social events throughout the year to bring the community closer. Check website for more information.
  • Beth El Congregation

    1900 Cochran Road Pittsburgh, PA 15220 United States - Phone: +1 412 561 1168
    Beth El Congregation serves the spiritual and religious needs of the Jewish community in South Hills. The synagogue aims to go beyond just being a place of worship, to instead being a social, educational as well as a religious space where the community can congregate. In this regard, the synagogue has numerous programs and organizes numerous events for the benefit of the community. Check website for more information.