Whether you are watching your weight or are looking for that full-bodied flavor, a local brewery says it has some new options for beer drinkers. Duquesne Brewing Company unveiled its newest premium beers Wednesday.
If you’re looking to sing your heart out with a crowd of strangers or take in the sophistication of the finest wines to the jazzy sounds of a grand piano, these piano bars named the best in Pittsburgh offer something to please every ear.
With summer just around the corner, these bars provide the best drinks, live entertainment, and atmosphere in all of Pittsburgh.
While Flyers’ fans are feeling down right now, they can now drown their sorrows in a beer that pokes fun at one of their most-hated rivals.
Pittsburgh has a vibrant and diverse music scene that seems to grow each and every weekend. As the days get longer and warmer, why not spice up your summer by stepping out and enjoying some live Latin music? Here are some recommendations for the best Latin hotspots around town.
If you’re into the UFC fights, (and who isn’t?) but you don’t want to shell out $50 to Pay Per View, then follow this list to the best local bars to catch the fight for free.
There’s a plan on tap for some new attractions at Kennywood Park. For the first time since 1898, the historic amusement park plans to sell beer.
The search for a happening bar scene for older singles in Pittsburgh is over. Read on and let the good times roll.
Pittsburgh has a long and rich tradition regarding St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
Rather than offer a cute, but probably overdone, analogy tying Burgatory’s name to its heavenly menu selections, I’ll just say this. Burgatory Bar is awesome. But really, it’s where all other burgers go to die. I couldn’t resist.
What the City of Pittsburgh has to offer once the workday ends through the eyes of a local scene spotter.
A State House committee has approved some changes in the way beer and wine are sold in Pennsylvania, while rejecting the privatization of all alcohol sales.
Expecting a house full of out of town guests over the holidays? Sure there are plenty of family fun things to enjoy, but what about nightlife? Fortunately, Pittsburgh boasts some great spots to toast the season in style!
Pennsylvania is home to some of the oldest breweries in the nation; and tours of these facilities offer a great first-hand look at the brewing process.
To catch a good show in Pittsburgh you don’t need to spend $20 or more. For half the normal cost, you can find several small venues that cater to local and up and coming national acts. Below is a list of places to catch a decent show without breaking the bank.