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Bars with patios hold a great allure for those those that wish to imbibe in their favorite alcoholic drinks in the Pittsburgh area.  Residents and visitors love to be able to sit out in the open air when the weather is nice sipping on their favorite beverages or huddle by a fire pit in the middle of winter. In all seasons, bars with patios are a big hit for those that love to go out and about in the Pittsburgh region.

Skybar
1601 E. Carson St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(412) 651-4713
www.skybarpgh.com

This is the ultimate indulgence in Pittsburgh for those that like to see the skyline while drinking their favorite alcoholic beverages with friends. Open in the day and night, the Skybar will take you on an experience that is rivaled by other bars in the city. You may wish to book private parties in gorgeous cabanas for special occasions or just enjoy the fantastic effects of being on top of Pittsburgh at any time of the year and swim in the fantastic pool.  Skybar is truly a dream come true for Pittsburghers and visitors alike. Enjoy all the wonder of the rooftop bar and see Pittsburgh in a whole new light.

Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
103 Slade Lane
Warrendale, PA 15086
(724) 799-8333
www.jergels.com

The Jergel’s Rhythm Grille is a fantastic entertainment venue that also has a full restaurant complete with dinner specials. The outdoor patio has two fire pits that make for extraordinary conversation by the cozy fires in the winters and an excellent place to party in the summers. The venue has room for 500 people to watch a variety of bands. Enjoy hanging out on the upper level and watch all the dancers enjoy the tunes.  Be sure to make it to this exciting spot in Warrendale and engage in the great music, food and people. It’s all part of the Pittsburgh spirit, including a variety of different patio opportunities in which to take part.

Hyeholde Bar
1516 Coraopolis Heights Road
Moon Township, PA 15108
(412) 264-3116
www.hyeholde.com

The Hyeholde is an excellent restaurant and bar with a patio nestled on four acres of gorgeous stone paths and gardens. Patrons enjoy the outdoor patio, and they will have an opportunity to sit on the grounds for a picnic style meal. What a way to spend a sweet, summer day or evening in Pittsburgh. Since this is a highly desired spot, you’ll enjoy seeing lots of different people when you’re there. It’s a good idea to make a reservation for this hotspot.

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Paradise Bowl And Beach
7601 Grand Ave.
Neville Island, PA 15225
(412) 264-6570
www.paradiseislandbowl.com

The Paradise Island Bowl and Beach is a great place to chill out in the summer months.  Enjoy the sand and palm trees as you dine on delicious foods.  You can dock your boat right at the beach and listen to some great entertainment.  There are live bands and DJ’s that let the music play.  Watch a great sand, volleyball game.  Play horseshoes and Bocce as you listen to the tunes.  Inside enjoy top of the line bowling lanes for even more excitement.  All in all, the Paradise Island Bowl and Beach is a fantastic entertainment spot with an outdoor beach and patio bar that you’ll be sure to enjoy to the fullest extent!

Sandcastle Sandbar
1000 Sandcastle Drive
Pittsburgh, PA  15120
(412) 462-6666
www.sandcastlewaterpark.com

Sandcastle Sandbar is a great place to go for outside drinks and relaxation. You can dance under the moonlight while sipping one of your favorite drinks. You can also inquire about their cabanas so you can have your own private little get together while you’re there. There are several different places to get something to eat, too. Since Sandcastle also offers a variety of water slides, you might like to take part in them, too.

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Terésa (Tracey) Stanisha is a published author of 12 books, and a writer of articles for several clients. She currently lives in Pittsburgh, PA. Her four degrees, knowledge and professional experiences allow her to write about various subjects, especially about the Pittsburgh vicinity. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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