Besides its fantastic sports teams, if there’s one thing Pittsburgh is known for its the party scene. From 21st birthday celebrations and tailgating parties to bachelor/bachelorette bashes and weddings, the city’s party ride options are endless. Whether you prefer a celeb-worthy limousine, a quaint vintage trolley or an upscale party bus, one thing that’s for certain is that the fun doesn’t have to end once you leave the bar or party. Keep the party going with these five awesome Pittsburgh party rides.
TDF Limousine Service
P.O. Box 111
Oakmont, PA 15139
When you want to arrive in style to your homecoming or prom, consider booking a TDF Limousine Service Pittsburgh Party Bus. This luxury vehicle, which fits 28 to 30 passengers, provides a safe and stylish way to get to the party and comes stocked with complimentary soft drinks and juice. TDF Limousine Service regularly offers prom and homecoming specials to guarantee you the most affordable and top-quality party rides in the city. Reserve your homecoming and prom party ride early by calling (412) 820-2800 or visiting the website for a quote.
Pittsburgh Water Limo
Lockwell One Marina at Cork Factory
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Thanks to its exclusive three rivers’ waterways, a Pittsburgh water limo is one of the most unique ways to keep the party going before and after the next Steelers home game. For just $29.95 per person or $200 for a season pass, you’ll enjoy an all-you-can-eat tailgate buffet that varies week-to-week, a cash bar and free partying while you ride the city’s three rivers to Heinz Field. Kick off the football festivities three hours prior to the start of the game on Pittsburgh Water Limo’s 110-passenger, two-story Fantasy yacht. Purchase your season pass or reserve a private charter for your next party.
Party Bus Pittsburgh is among bachelor/bachelorette party favorites for its accommodating billing increments and variety of stylish, elegant vehicles. Fit 10 to 48 of your closest friends in one of Party Bus Pittsburgh’s H2 Hummer Super Stretch rides, non-smoking party buses or black limo buses complete with tinted windows, flat-screen TVs, LED lighting, VIP seating areas and other luxury details. Party Bus Pittsburgh is one of the area’s most affordable luxury party ride companies who never hit you with fine print or hidden fees. Book your next party ride with Party Bus Pittsburgh.
Your Designated Driver
43 Ellwood Court
Coraopolis, PA 15108
No one wants to be the designated driver the night of their friend’s 21st birthday bash. Don’t drink and drive, hire Your Designated Driver, the city’s No. 1, five-hour roundtripper that holds up to 13 of your drinking buddies. Let the affordable, reliable and courteous charter drivers of this party ride transport you to all your favorite Southside, North Shore and Strip District watering holes starting at just $240. As a bonus when you book Your Designated Driver, you also gain free entry to a variety of Pittsburgh’s hottest clubs, including Saddle Ridge, Beach Club, Buckhead Saloon and Bar Room Pittsburgh. Reservations are required.
842 Jacksonia St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Imagine the look on your wedding guests’ faces when you arrive at your reception in a charming 1920s-style trolley from Molly’s Trolleys, Pittsburgh’s premier trolley transportation. Each 30-passenger trolley is ideal for larger wedding parties and is a unique option for transporting out-of-town guests from their hotels to your reception venue. Get the celebration started in sophisticated fashion with a beautifully styled interior featuring luxurious woodwork, padded bench-style seats and immaculate brass handrails that are practically an exact replica of those trolleys popular in the 1920s, and enjoy an impressive sound system that comes preprogrammed with iconic wedding day songs.
Jessica Wasik lives in Pittsburgh where works as a full-time figure skating coach sharing her passion with todays generation of young skaters. A graduate of Robert Morris University with a degree in English Studies, Jessica is also a contributing writer for Allegheny West Magazine. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.