Lemonade may be a great thirst quencher in the hot, hot heat of summer time, but get creative this year with some drinks that are a bit more fun.
As we all know, April 15 is income tax day. A tax on whiskey in 1794 led to rebellion, in western Pennsylvania.
There’s nothing better than kicking back on vacation with a classic local cocktail, and nothing worse than being interrupted by some blowhard waxing poetic about the drink’s storied “history”. Unless you’re the blowhard, and you’re sitting at the exact bar where the drink was invented.
If you’re looking for a refreshing beverage to go with a meaty sandwich, try this Bourbon Smash by Chef Anthony Marino!
If you’ve ever stayed at a boutique hotel abroad, odds are you’ve come across a “Seriously, where on earth did the bartender go — oh wait, there is no bartender?” honesty bar.
Like soup and sandwich, mom and apple pie, refreshments and movies are inseparable.
Don’t forget to ring in the new year with this fun cocktail recipe from chef Rania Harris!
Looking for a festive cocktail for your holiday parties? Try out these recipes, including Chandon ‘Pour On the Fun’ Holiday Punch, Stormy Morning and others!
Celebrate the summer season by sipping a glass of the area’s finest sangria at these five Pittsburgh bars and restaurants, which each boast their own fantastic sangria recipes.
Shortly after the NHL lockout ended, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced that they would do special promotions to lure fans back.
If you’re tired of the same pretentious watering holes that blast the same overplayed dance hits, then get ready to take a trip back in time at these bars and nightclubs with the best retro nights in Pittsburgh.
If you’ve been planning your Halloween costume since January, there’s no doubt you’ve also been in search of an awesome Halloween party where you can show it off, enjoy some Halloween treats and maybe even spook your friends. Pittsburgh has no shortage of ghoulish Halloween parties thanks to its variety of bars, nightclubs and unique locations that appeal to trick-or-treaters of all ages. Grab your mask, your trick-or-treat bag and get ready to celebrate Halloween at these fun Pittsburgh parties.
Pittsburgh boasts a history rich in steel and sports as well as a ghostly past. In fact, the city that’s been voted one of America’s most livable is also home to many of the nonliving. From east-end universities to north-side homes, ghosts abound in the city — some even patronizing area bars for one last round. If you’re ready to share some spirits with your spirits, have a drink at these five haunted Pittsburgh bars.
While Oktoberfest, a 16-day commemoration that honors Bavarian culture, originally started in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, this celebration of German food, beer and festivities has quickly become a favorite holiday of the large population of Pittsburghers with Germany ancestry … and everyone else.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a bar that doesn’t have a Terrible Towel proudly on display, offering game-day drink specials, or a TV blaring at game time. In fact, if you’re out on game night and not watching the Steelers play, it’s basically blasphemy. If you’re new to the city, or visiting and don’t fully understand the black and gold pride, grab a drink without getting caught in the middle of a fight at the closest thing to anti-football bars this city offers. Granted, in Pittsburgh you may not be able to escape watching the game, but at least you won’t have someone chanting “Here we go, Steelers!” in your face.