Pittsburgh is pretty well known for being a city where the booze flows as heavily as the three rivers, but not every bar in the city is right for every occasion. There are some that you would never take a date to, and some where you could never watch a football game, while there are others that are perfect for either of those occasions. Just like a date, or watching a football game, taking someone out for a business deal or going somewhere to schmooze with company directors can be all about finding the perfect setting. These are the city’s best places for professionals, young and old.
Bieber won’t make it to the ‘Burgh until November, but there are still some awesome concerts to check out this summer while you wait in anticipation.
It’s time to let you in on a little secret. Well, five of them, actually. Here are five secret bars you may not have been to, but should definitely pay a visit.
The majority of the bars in Pittsburgh can tout affordability as one of their top selling points. Occasionally though, quality trumps quantity and sitting down with a good glass of wine or a delicious appetizer is more appealing then wings and an Iron City.
Anyone who has seen the 1985 movie “Clue,” based on the popular board game of the same name, has thought that having a murder mystery party would be killer.
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.
Ben Hardt is not a pretentious rock star. He might play a handful of instruments and have his own band that began releasing music from the first of three albums this past November, with the last of them being released between May and June, but he is in no way pretentious.
More often than not, when people think of knitting, they think of their grandmothers making them matching hat and scarf sets when they were small. Now imagine that same hat and scarf set today, but much, much cooler.
Without the right location, the party can fall flat before it even starts, but luckily for those of us in the Pittsburgh area, there are plenty of lively places to hold your celebration!
A night out on the town can be a great way to unwind and let loose after a long workday. But between food, drinks and entertainment, it can also be expensive. That is, unless you know where to go.
Every woman loves to feel pampered, pretty and pulled together, and often this positive personal appearance is aided by the help of makeup.
What the City of Pittsburgh has to offer once the workday ends through the eyes of a local scene spotter.
Layering is key during the “Burgh’s” winter months — not only for function, but for fashion as well. The best way to layer up when it’s chilly outside is with some fabulous, yet functional accessories!
By Brooke Keane Pittsburgh’s changing weather conditions can be tough on your wardrobe. It can go from bitter cold and snowy to sunny and 90 degrees in a matter of months, and dressing to fit […]
Usually when people think of Pittsburgh, style isn’t something that first comes to mind. Much of the time, Steeler jerseys and Penguins T-shirts are an outsider’s definition of fashion. But for Pittsburghers, it’s much more than that. Pittsburgh is full of eco-friendly and vintage fashions that have come to define the city’s fashion “footprint.”
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