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.
Pittsburgh’s nightlife and music scene is littered with great venues and artists. Here, we interview two local music scenesters and ask them their favorite places around the city to see a show and grab some drinks!
Pittsburgh has a long and rich tradition regarding St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
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.
Elite Bartending School in Pittsburgh is a fully-licensed trade school. They offer a forty-hour course that can be covered in the daytime, evenings, or on weekends.
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.
The illustrious Ladies Night. Whether or not you are celebrating a new promotion, or a break-up, or just feel like getting rowdy, Pittsburgh offers the best in lady-friendly activities.
Whether or not it is a first date, a second date or your partner of 20 years, when it is cold outside it can be hard to find the motivation to get out and have a special evening.
What the City of Pittsburgh has to offer once the workday ends through the eyes of a local scene spotter.
New Year’s Eve does not happen for you. You have to make it happen. Whether you are heading out with a group of friends, a date or even by yourself , there are a few places to go and tools to utilize to make sure you stay safe and have fun.
The Shadow Lounge and its adjacent AVA Lounge are the East Side of Pittsburgh’s premier lounge and concert venue — and both are open and kicking during the holiday season, including Christmas Eve and New Years Eve!
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!
Looking for a place to enjoy a seasonal cocktail around the holidays? CBSPittsburgh contributor Ashely Close has a few of her top picks around Pittsburgh.
Looking for a spot to watch an NFL or college game with other sports fanatics? These bars boast the most high-definition TVs and offer a great place to enjoy a like-minded atmosphere!
The night before Thanksgiving many family and friends come back home for the holiday; find out where to take your family to enjoy a wholesome atmosphere that everyone will enjoy!