Drink specials, half-off appetizers and glorious HD TVs await your Thursday Night Football routine if you choose from one of the excellent bars on this list.
If staying home to dish out candy isn’t your idea of a good time, there’s plenty going on around Pittsburgh specifically for the over-21 crowd to help you get in the Halloween spirit.
Grab your favorite beer mug, slip into your lederhosen and get in the Bavarian spirit at these places considered the best spots to celebrate Oktoberfest in Pittsburgh.
Whether you’re cheering on the Pittsburgh Panthers or, if you dare, a rival team, these sporty hangouts offer everything you need for your upcoming college football game day.
Cheer on the black and gold at these sporty hangouts that top the list of the best sports bars in the ‘burgh.
Whether you want to cool down with a cold one following your own tennis match or simply watch your favorite players with fellow tennis fans, make these five Pittsburgh bars your go-to for prime U.S. Open viewing.
If you’re ready to hit up the best dance clubs in Pittsburgh, put on your boogie shoes and shake it at these five EDM bars and clubs.
Pittsburgh bartender and chef Marissa Klein shares some fruit-filled vodka cocktail recipes to quench adults’ thirst this summer.
Whether you’re looking to settle down or you want to connect with someone for dinner and drinks, these five Pittsburgh bars are a great option for singles looking to mingle.
You’ve seen the CBS Local article on the best frozen drinks in Pittsburgh, but now it’s time for the best frozen margaritas.
If you’re looking for the best Fourth of July parties in Pittsburgh, you’ve got plenty to pick from with these five considered among the best in the city.
Toast to the red, white and blue with these three easy-to-make Fourth of July cocktail recipes created by Art of Mixology’s Steven Kowalczuk.
An all-female jury has been selected in the case of a Westmoreland County man who is accused of strangling his wife to death.
The Westmoreland County husband about to go on trial in the strangulation death of his school teacher wife is now also facing a lawsuit.
With the warm temps and longer days replacing the cold, gloomy weather that drives everyone indoors, local bars are offering one of Pittsburghers’ favorite pastimes: cornhole.