Best Things To Do in Pittsburgh

Best Things To Do in Pittsburgh

Las Velas...Mexican Cuisine in Pittsburgh with Soul...And a Great View!

Posted Aug 29, 2018

By: Kevin Yazell

In the heart of downtown Pittsburgh’s Market Square, Las Velas has become the go-to location for fantastic and authentic Mexican food, a comfortable setting and, of course, the great view overlooking Market Square.

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Photos From Left to Right: The Cartlon; Nakama Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

Top Chefs in Pittsburgh Fuel Culinary Explosion

Posted Mar 6, 2018

Over the past several years, downtown Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas have blossomed into one of the most diverse and exciting dining scenes in the country. New restaurants are rapidly opening and - most importantly - have been met with enthusiasm and success, as well as the accompanying staying power.

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Get Buzzy with the Best Pittsburgh Breweries and Brewery Tours

Get Buzzy with the Best Pittsburgh Breweries and Brewery Tours

Updated Feb 8, 2018

Pittsburgh’s got a lot of factors to thank for its ongoing rejuvenation: A growing tech sector, hip neighborhoods, world-class arts and sports. But don’t forget the more, er, liquid catalyst of... Beer.

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Dining in Mt. Washington: Pittsburgh Restaurants With a View

Posted Feb 6, 2018

There are few places in the world that can deliver the spectacular views of Mt. Washington. Most of the spectacular photos you’ve seen depicting the view overlooking the Point and downtown Pittsburgh originate from here.

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Best Things To Do on Pittsburgh's North Shore

Best Things To Do on Pittsburgh's North Shore

Posted Feb 5, 2018

The North Shore in Pittsburgh offers many unique and exciting options for family fun, museums, sightseeing, concerts and sporting events. The North Shore is located just across the Allegheny River, north of downtown, and is easily accessible by walking, driving, using the T subway line or even by boat! The North Shore serves as a hub of cultural activity that appeals to every interest and age group.

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How to Get Around Pittsburgh: Transit 101 in the Steel City

How to Get Around Pittsburgh: Transit 101 in the Steel City

Posted Jan 30, 2018

The Port Authority of Allegheny County is the public transit agency of the greater Pittsburgh area, providing bus, light rail, and incline service throughout the Steel City.

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Famous Pittsburgh Musicians, Rappers, Rock Bands and Pop Singers

Famous Pittsburgh Musicians, Rappers, Rock Bands and Pop Singers

Updated Jan 25, 2018

You may not have guessed that Pittsburgh has played a large role in the development of Doo Wop, Rock and Roll, and Hip Hop over the past 55+ years.

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Bakersfield: Where Pittsburgh Goes for Tacos, Tequila and Whiskey!

Bakersfield: Where Pittsburgh Goes for Tacos, Tequila and Whiskey!

Posted Jul 16, 2017

Serving up authentic, Mexican street fare, and an impressive selection of over 100 tequilas and American whiskeys, Bakersfield is a spot where the food is simple, the service is warm, and the atmosphere is alive.

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Downtown Pittsburgh's Scenic Market Square

Downtown Pittsburgh's Scenic Market Square

Updated Jun 6, 2017

Market Square is a traditional public square in Pittsburgh, PA. Located in the heart of downtown, Market Square welcomes residents, visitors, workers and families alike for a wide variety of events, fabulous restaurants and an opportunity to socialize and soak up the local vibe.

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Pittsburgh Steelers Best Plays: The Immaculate Reception

Pittsburgh Steelers Best Plays: The Immaculate Reception

Posted May 4, 2017

In 1972, the Pittsburgh Steelers completed their fortieth season by advancing to the playoffs for only the second time, which would lead to one of the team’s best plays ever. On December 23, with 22 seconds left in an AFC Divisional Playoff Game at Three Rivers Stadium - now replaced by PNC Park and Heinz Field - Pittsburgh trailed the Oakland Raiders, 7-6 and faced fourth-and-10 from its 40-yard line.

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