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Whether you’re looking for a hangout where you can whet your whistle, enjoy live music or chow down on the city’s best bar bites, you’re sure to find it among the diversity of East Carson Street and its neighboring side streets.
Take an historic look at Pittsburgh through the bottom of your beer mug at these five bars and taverns that have grown into Pittsburgh institutions with their own tales and unique backgrounds.