As the sweltering heat of the summer of 2012 subsides, Pittsburghers brace for the cold to come. If winter returns with a vengeance, blanketing the area with inches of cold slush, you’d better hope you’re prepared. No, not with shovels, coats and tire chains — it’s all about finding the best winter drink. Be prepared for the worst weather with this list of the best hot beverages the Burg has to offer.
A trip to the museum is far from a stodgy affair in Pittsburgh. Check out some of the most unusual museum exhibits this fall in the old Steel City for history with a side of some serious fun. The choices range from Dracula to steel mills and from World’s Fairs to inflatable tunnels.
With 66 city-designated historical landmarks, 13 city-designated historic districts and a plethora of designated landmarks in the suburbs, Pittsburgh’s choice of important places could be considered impossible by many readers. However, this list engulfs an even spectrum of Pittsburgh’s history.
Why sink your teeth into that same old meat-and-potatoes menu when you can crunch, munch, nibble and relish the most exciting flavors found along the Three Rivers? For a sumptuous, gastronomic adventure that won’t break the bank, treat your taste buds to one of these Pittsburgh restaurants.
Pittsburgh, the town that brought you some of the world’s most well-known artists (Andy Warhol, Virgil Cantini, Mary Cassat) is proud to present some of today’s most talented up-and-coming artists.