Not much else quenches the thirst or cools you down like a frosty margarita, sunrise cooler or even a frozen hot chocolate. Check out these five best places in the ‘Burgh for the aforementioned, plus a host of other great frozen concoctions.
From classic dive bars to unpretentious theme bars, hipsters are flocking to the city’s best hip bars/hangouts, including these five considered most popular among hipsters.
Want to enjoy a live band in smaller, less crowded surroundings than a big concert venue? Pittsburgh has plenty of clubs and bars that will let you do just that!
In this local artist spotlight, one of the members of the local band Velcro Shoes, Eric Emerson, talks about everything from his previous acts to how his experienced band creates its music.
Rock music can be classified and subdivided seemingly endlessly, but when you walk into a bar or club and you can hear the drums upstairs pounding the floor and the guitars and vocals are bursting through the doors and into your ears, you know you’re in the presence of some hard-hittin’ garage rock.
Local bars and clubs are always looking for unique themes to attract patrons. While some are the typical happy hour specials or $2 Bud Light deals, others are far more imaginative!
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.
Pittsburgh is a city known for its blue collar work ethic and championship sports teams, but just below the surface of the city’s black and yellow is a burgeoning independent music scene accessible to all those willing and interested to listen.
One of the new outlooks on eating now a day is to eat healthier. Two ways to do this are to eat vegetarian style and organic. In Pittsburgh, it seems like you cannot get one without getting the other, kind of like killing two birds with one stone!