Six Penn Kitchen
Restaurants will be open for Easter brunch to reduce the stress and hassle of cooking the perfect meal.
The corner at Forbes and Wood, Downtown, was once home to a Stouffer’s restaurant and later a McDonald’s.
Hundreds of thousands of people are flocking to Pittsburgh for a “ducky” dose of joy and grandeur, but our giant inflatable inhabitant has also inspired the city’s culinary scene.
Venture Outdoors, a Pittsburgh based non-profit organization, boasts one simple goal: Get more people involved in outdoor activities. Hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, rock climbing and cross-country skiing are only a partial list of the activities included in the more than 500 programs Venture Outdoors oversees annually. Its shining star, however, is the annual Venture Outdoors Festival at Point State Park. In its 12th year, the festival is the perfect springboard for families, couples and individuals interested in outdoor recreation lovers. From weekend warriors to families with young children, the event promises entertainment for every member of the family.
Lots of local bars offer nice surroundings and cheap drinks; but some are better than others at providing an atmosphere where you’re able to mingle and maybe even meet that special someone!
The Pittsburgh Symphony is one of the world’s most talented and prestigious orchestras. Led by Vienna native Music Director Manfred Honeck, the Pittsburgh Symphony offers an eclectic mix of pieces for each season.
Macaroni and cheese isn’t just for kids! You can’t go wrong with perfectly cooked pasta, creamy cheese and just the right extras! Revisit your childhood with these new twists on old favorite.
If you’re in the Cultural District for a show you might want to grab a bite to eat as well! There are a lot of places to choose from that offer a wide-variety of cuisine. […]