There’s something about the Strip District on Christmas Eve that makes thousands of people want to sing and shop, but it’s mostly about the food and tradition.
From (semi) pretentious artisan foods to down-home comfort selections, Pittsburgh’s food scene – and most primarily its seafood establishments – have begun to rival those of coastal towns, where fresh catches awash in abundance.
The Heinz History Center has emerged as the frontrunner to become the new home of Wholey’s smiling fish.
It’s not a traditional ballot box, but Wholey’s in the Strip District is awaiting a final vote count.
It’s Christmas Eve and with the presents wrapped for most folks, it’s now all about the food.
The neon fish that marks Wholey’s in the Strip District must come down, but the future of the fish is up to the public.
Wholey’s in the Strip District is celebrating 100 years in business this weekend. And, the family-owned business has a big party planned.
Last week on the North Shore, city officials cut the ribbon on a new meter-less parking system. Now some worry the Pittsburgh Parking Authority will use it to expand paid parking along streets in the Strip District, Oakland, Downtown and South Side.
STRIP DISTRICT (KDKA) — For fans who can’t wait for the Steelers to bring home the Lombardi Trophy, they’ll have to settle for another Lombardi, for now. “I think it’s great and I’m hoping they […]