2021 Pittsburgh Official Visitors Guide

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The 2021 VisitPITTSBURGH® Official Visitors Guide is an inspirational tool to help you plan your next visit to Pittsburgh! This magazine offers a taste of what there is to see and do in our welcoming, beautiful city. Whether you’re looking to plan an overnight visit, a weekend getaway or an extended stay within the region, our 90 unique neighborhoods, onlyin-Pittsburgh attractions, plentiful green space, world-class accommodations, award-winning restaurant scene and much, much more will certainly keep you entertained! As you make plans to visit, please know that your health and safety remain our top priorities. That’s why we have created the Pittsburgh Global Health (PGH) & Safety Commitment – a lifelong pledge from the Pittsburgh tourism and hospitality communities to our visitors and residents to deliver a gold standard in health and safety practices. Eager to see what’s happening in Pittsburgh now? Scan this QR code (see top right) for VisitPITTSBURGH’s social handles and see the excitement waiting for you. Look for additional QR codes throughout this book – scan with your camera phone or app and they'll provide even more insight into specific topics so you can plan your perfect trip to Pittsburgh. We look forward to welcoming you to Pittsburgh soon!


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ravel was turned upside down in 2020. And while things may look a little different in 2021, visitors to the region can take comfort knowing that the Pittsburgh travel and hospitality communities have worked tirelessly to implement health and safety protocols that create an environment that helps residents and visitors safely and confidently enjoy this beautiful, welcoming destination.


Additionally, restaurants and bars have upped their health and safety standards, too, allowing foodies and craft beer and spirits enthusiasts to conveniently and safely enjoy Pittsburgh’s varied offerings. And, revamped health and safety protocols also have been implemented at Pittsburgh’s retail stores, entertainment venues and throughout the many local transportation companies, too.

Through collaboration with its tourism partners, VisitPITTSBURGH created the Pittsburgh Global Health (PGH) & Safety Commitment – a lifelong pledge from these communities to residents and visitors to exceed their highest expectations when it comes to their health and safety.

In fact, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center (DLCC), PPG Paints Arena and the Petersen Events Center, all ASM Global-managed properties, are operating under the VenueShield Environmental Hygiene Program. Created by ASM Global, the world’s largest venue management & services company, the VenueShield program offers best practices across work streams related to environmental hygiene, food service, customer journey, talent, public awareness and technology and equipment, including state-of-the-art standard operating procedures for environmental hygiene.

The PGH Commitment adheres to the health practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County Health Departments and the City of Pittsburgh. The information presented is an aggregation of inplace protocols from tourism partners throughout the Pittsburgh region; it is a visitor resource and not legal recommendations for visiting Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh region is dedicated to delivering a gold standard in health and safety practices.

The Pittsburgh Global Health (PGH) & Safety Commitment is a lifelong pledge from the Pittsburgh tourism community to our visitors and residents that your health and safety will remain our top priorities.

The Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) has implemented the PIT Safe Travels program, which boosts health and safety measures already in place throughout the facility. The initiative also incorporates enhanced protocols that outline best practices for reducing the spread of germs. And, for those visitors seeking additional peace of mind, the airport is offering COVID-19 testing.

The DLCC goes a step further, too. The facility holds the highest rating for LEED® Platinum Certification in the United States and also provides more than 1.5 million feet of meeting and exhibit space, which, due to the column-free exhibit halls, allows an abundance of spacing for meeting planners’ preferences. And, with its sloping roofs, it can boast of a natural air ventilation system, allowing for natural outside air to be circulated throughout the large event halls. Whether visiting Pittsburgh for a business event, a sports event or leisure travel, rest assured that the community is aligned in prioritizing residents' and visitors’ health and wellbeing.

⊲ Jerad Bachar has close to 30 years of tourism and economic development experience in an array of countries and business environments. He has worked in both developed and emerging markets in the areas of destination branding and marketing, economic development and diversification, and workforce development.

PIT also leaned into the city’s rich tech reputation, relying on the help of self-driving robots to prioritize travelers’ health and safety. The airport partnered with Pittsburghbased Carnegie Robotics in 2020 to deploy autonomous floor scrubbers, which use UV technology designed to attack microbes in high-traffic areas; PIT was the first airport nationally to use ultraviolet cleaning. New health and safety standards have been implemented throughout Pittsburgh’s outstanding accommodations, including upgrades in sanitation processes, such as electrostatic sprayers with ultraviolet light and hospitalgrade disinfectants, and the prominent placement of hand sanitizers. Additionally, many hotels are now utilizing contactless check-in options. For those looking to enjoy Pittsburgh’s museums and attractions, please know that most have implemented timed ticketing and are operating at reduced capacity; visitors are encouraged to check the individual business’ websites for additional COVID-19 protocols.

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ittsburgh is breathtaking!

No, really – the city is known to take a visitor's breath away, especially those who enter through the Fort Pitt Tunnel. The first sight of the buildings and the mighty three rivers – the Allegheny and Monongahela merging into the Ohio at Point State Park – is just spectacular. An entrance like no other, at that moment, it’s easy to see why WalletHub named Pittsburgh one of the top-20 cities to live in. Visitors can further see the city from different perspectives via the many different tour offerings. Experience Pittsburgh and several of the city's 90 unique neighborhoods and enjoy a fully guided 90-minute historical tour aboard Molly's Trolleys' vintage-style trolley. The Gateway Clipper Fleet allows visitors to see the city from the rivers, while the


Destination Monongahela and Duquesne Inclines shuttle riders to the top of Mount Washington, easily one of Pittsburgh’s most famous vantage points. If you prefer to move while you explore, Bike the Burgh and Walk the Burgh tours allow visitors to fully immerse themselves in the city’s neighborhoods. And, Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation offers tours of many of Pittsburgh’s historical buildings. No matter the tour, visitors are sure to notice Pittsburgh’s abundance of green space and parks; you can find a few of them within the golden triangle, including Mellon Square Park and Point State Park.

There is so much to see in Pittsburgh’s 90 neighborhoods – each is a gateway to culture and fun. There are novel museums, like the Mattress Factory and the Carnegie Museums of Natural History and Art, and only-in-Pittsburgh attractions like The Andy Warhol Museum, located in the North Shore neighborhood and dedicated to the Pittsburgh artist’s work. There also are independent galleries throughout the various neighborhoods, like BOOM Concepts in Garfield, a creative hub that is dedicated to the development of artists and creative entrepreneurs representing marginalized voices. Unique neighborhood finds also include the Allegheny Observatory, a working observatory nestled in beautiful Riverview Park, the highest point in Pittsburgh. While there, book time for a bike ride or walk around the park. Pittsburgh’s heart is its 14-square block Cultural District, where visitors can see a play or Broadway show and also walk through outdoor art displays all without leaving the city. Home to nine theatres, including the worldrenowned Benedum Center, Heinz Hall and the August Wilson African American Cultural Center, and surrounded by sculptures and art gardens, such as Katz Plaza and 7th and Penn Parklet, the Cultural District offers something for all arts and cultural lovers. Plus, the restaurant scene is a can’t-miss! Speaking of food, Jetsetter named Pittsburgh one of America’s top-10 food cities for 2019, and it’s easy to see why. The city’s food scene covers every taste from French food at Poulet Bleu in Lawrenceville to cheeseburgers

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Take a ride on the 144-year-old iconic cable car to the upper station’s Observation Deck to see what USA Today Weekend Magazine called one of the “10 most beautiful views in America.”


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at Federal Galley, a food incubator on the North Shore that rotates restaurants, helping chefs test menus and raise funds for their brick and mortars. An astounding amount of breweries call Pittsburgh home, too, and the number continues to grow each day. Even national breweries have opened taprooms in Pittsburgh, including Southern Tier and Sly Fox. For lovers of spirits, Pittsburgh is home to Wigle Whiskey, Pittsburgh’s first distillery since Prohibition. Other distilleries and spirit makers include Maggie’s Farm Rum, Kingfly and Boyd & Blair Vodka. Hotels in Pittsburgh range from sleeping in history to the very modern. The Omni William Penn is the oldest hotel in Pittsburgh and has amenities like The Speakeasy, a Prohibition-era bar, and a historical relic hall. Many of Pittsburgh’s hotels lean into their history. Take the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh. The hotel’s exterior dates back to 1903, when the building served an electric company, but inside, the hotel is bursting with color and modern rooms. Local hotels also have amazing packages, including spas, tours and pup-friendly packages. In fact, Fairmont Pittsburgh includes two of these amenities, with an amazing spa and a pampered-pup package, which includes a locally made dog bandana. The best way to experience Pittsburgh is to spend time here! Book one of the outstanding hotels, rent a bike, schedule a tour or set out for a walk and explore all 90 neighborhoods for cultural, art and outdoor offerings, as well as history and fantastic food!

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⊲ Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Amanda Narcisi’s fascination with the steel city started in the 1980s when she and her mom took a bus trip to Kaufmann’s Department Store Downtown. Amanda loves the skyscrapers and the hustle of the city, where everything can shine in its own unique way. After living in New England for nine years, she started BOLD Pittsburgh in 2015 as a love letter to Pittsburgh to show off the city’s boldest moments. When Amanda is not writing, she enjoys hanging out in the city’s eclectic museums, dining at one of the many Downtown restaurants and cheering on the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena.


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Pittsburgh is known for and proud of its history. Each year, we’re reminded of some of the greatest contributions that our city has to offer the world. Get a taste of a few of the milestone anniversaries happening in 2021.


Celebrating its 125th season, the three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is credited with a rich history of engaging the world's finest conductors and musicians, and demonstrates a genuine commitment to the Pittsburgh region and its citizens. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra


Working closely with the City of Pittsburgh, local foundations and the community, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Pittsburgh by restoring the park system to excellence. Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy


Heinz History Center

Devoted to the history and heritage of Western Pennsylvania, the History Center is Pennsylvania’s largest history museum and a proud affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. The museum moved to its current home on Smallman Street in the Strip District in 1996.


Bicycle Heaven is the oldest transportation museum dedicated exclusively to bicycles. Enjoy viewing close to 6,000 bicycles, get your bike fixed or tuned up, trade it in or rent one at this nonprofit, one-of-a-kind museum. Adam Isovitsch


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Walter’s BBQ Southern Kitchen ⊲ walterspgh.com

Check out Walter’s BBQ Southern Kitchen for a local hangout spot for people and pups! The indoor/outdoor restaurant features picnicstyle seating, oversized party games and delicious house-smoked BBQ.


Grist House Craft Brewery ⊲ gristhouse.com

Grinding out classic and innovative beers, Grist House is a family run brewery and taproom welcoming the whole family and especially dogs. Cheers to craft beers and furry friends!

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⊲ wagspgh.com Stop at the destination where Pittsburgh pets shop for all your dog necessities and accessories! Locally owned Wagsburgh features healthy pet food and treats, toys, supplies and more.


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⊲ doublewidegrill.com Enjoy delicious food and drinks with your pup at Double Wide Grill! Located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s South Side neighborhood, the restaurant boasts one of the city’s best pet-friendly patios.

Unleash the Hounds! No matter where your pet family is staying, you’re a short drive from one of Allegheny County’s six offleash dog parks! Each location is fenced with plenty of open space and fresh water. Most have separate large-dog and small-dog areas, as well as shade shelters. Don’t miss our “Dog Days of Summer” events in July and August and “Pooches in the Pool” on Labor Day!

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From major landmarks to hidden gems, and by land or by water, explore Pittsburgh and its neighborhoods through a variety of unique sightseeing tours.

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‘BURGH BITS & BITES burghfoodtour.com

Enjoy a historic narrative of the Pittsburgh area while sampling specialty foods from local businesses and eateries. This tasty walking tour is available in eight different Pittsburgh neighborhoods.

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Discover Pittsburgh’s must-see cultural attractions, historical landmarks and iconic buildings on a guided tour through Downtown. Various themed tours and routes are available throughout the year.

Rivers of Steel

Learn about the artistry and innovation of Pittsburgh, from the beginnings of the steel industry to the current techforward city. Experience a guided tour of the Carrie Blast Furnaces National Historic Landmark or along the rivers on the Explorer Riverboat.





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Cruise down Pittsburgh’s rivers on a floating tiki boat! Two-hour sightseeing tours are available for up to six people. Bring along your favorite beverages and snacks for a unique and entertaining outing.


Hop aboard the Gateway Clipper Fleet to experience Pittsburgh on its iconic three rivers! Sightseeing cruises are available year-round along with special dinner and holiday themed cruises.

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ittsburgh is an urban adventurer’s oasis. The City of Pittsburgh is home to 165 parks, ranging from regional parks to small neighborhood parklets, and Allegheny County houses nine parks which span more than 12,000 acres. So great are the region’s offerings that The Trust for Public Land ranked the city 15th in the nation when it comes


to the quality of urban green space and its closeness to residents, amenities, access acreage and investment. With an abundance of trails, waterways, historic landmarks and picture-worthy views, there are plenty of ways for visitors to immerse themselves in all the outdoor fun that Pittsburgh offers.

Become one with nature at the largest public park in Pittsburgh, Frick Park. With 644 acres of recreation, hiking and biking is easy through wooded slopes, and there are many public spaces to also enjoy. Upon entering the park, check out the Frick Environmental Center, a certified Living Building that houses the From Slavery to Freedom Garden, which showcases many of the plants that had nutritional and medicinal uses for African Americans searching for freedom in the 19th century. Frick Park also is home to Blue Slide Park, made famous by Pittsburgh’s own Mac Miller, who frequently referenced it on albums and featured it in the “Frick Park Market” music video.

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Venture Outdoors

Kayak Pittsburgh is a rental concession with locations Downtown and in North Park that’s owned and operated by Venture Outdoors – a local Pittsburgh nonprofit working to make it easy for everyone to get outside.

Did you know Pittsburgh has 24 miles of riverfront trails? Embrace the waterfront at Point State Park. Enjoy the waterfront along the confluence of Pittsburgh’s three rivers: the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio. Point State Park, which spans 36 acres, boasts a 150-foot fountain at “The Point” and offers fantastic views of PNC Park, the Duquesne and Monongahela Inclines and Heinz Field. Point State Park is a perfect entry point to the 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) Trail, which helps connect Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C., via the 185-mile C&O Canal in Cumberland, Maryland. Pedaling the trailway is easy with bike rental options like Golden Triangle Bike Rental, located along the GAP, or Healthy Ride, which boasts more than 100 bike-share stations throughout the city. Get a different vantage point of “The Point” on kayak. Kayak rentals are available at Kayak Pittsburgh, located near PNC Park and the Roberto Clemente Bridge. Before leaving the park, take a stroll through the Fort Pitt Museum to gain insight into Pittsburgh’s history. Looking for a way to get immersed in the urban trailways and snag photos of the Pittsburgh skyline? Check out Emerald View Park in the Mount Washington neighborhood.


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Start by riding the Duquesne Incline up to Mount Washington – make sure your camera is ready! The scenic byway along Grandview Avenue offers multiple angles of the city. There’s also plenty of trailways in the neighborhood, including the 2.5-mile Saddle Trail, which offers a hillside view of the three rivers confluence and the southern hillside. While enjoying all of Pittsburgh’s great outdoor offerings, remember to follow the Center for Outdoor Ethics’ Leave No Trace principles, which include: plan ahead, travel on designated pathways, properly dispose of your waste, leave what you find, minimize the impact of your campfire, respect wildlife and be considerate of others.

⊲ With a history in outdoor recreation from early childhood through college, Marcus Shoffner found a passion for recreation and solidarity in the outdoors which led him to a career in outdoor management upon graduation from Western Carolina University. Marcus relocated to Pittsburgh from Asheville, North Carolina, in 2018 and continued his passion for outdoor recreation. He has spent time in the for-profit sector as the Show Manager for Paddle Sports Retailer, and currently he works in the non-profit sector as the Paddle Sports Manager for Kayak Pittsburgh while serving on the board of Lawrenceville Corporation. In his free time, Marcus enjoys exploring local trails either on foot or by bike, reading and fitness.


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Running Around Pittsburgh

With rolling hills, beautiful skyline views and plenty of riverfront trails, Pittsburgh is an ideal destination for runners. The DICK’S Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon is one of the many races that draw visitors to Pittsburgh, including the EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler, Fleet Feet Liberty Mile and GAP Relay presented by UPMC Health Plan. Enjoy a virtual experience here in the ‘Burgh until live races begin again.

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Kayak Pittsburgh

There is nothing more enjoyable than kayaking along one of Pittsburgh’s famous three rivers or lakes. Easily rent a kayak from Kayak Pittsburgh, one of the many varied, healthy outdoor experiences Venture Outdoors offers visitors and residents alike.

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Bike the Burgh Tours

Pittsburgh is a great destination for biking, with bike lanes on its Downtown streets and 24+ miles of riverfront trails. From a Beauty of the Burgh Tour to a Glass & Steel City Tour and more, Bike the Burgh Tours offers a variety of ways to explore Pittsburgh on two wheels.

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Pack your clubs and hit the links at one of the many fantastic golf courses in the region. Whether you’re looking for urban experiences, challenging courses with varied topography or wide-open fairways, you’ll find a course that’s a fit for you here in Pittsburgh.

Voted Pittsburgh’s Best Outdoor Experience by The Manual, SurfSUP Adventures is your premier guide and outfitter for standup paddle boarding in the Pittsburgh region. Trip selections include Nighttime Glow Paddles, SUP Yoga, group events and more. Free photography and premium gear are included on every adventure. Locations include Moraine State Park, Islands of Oakmont, Pittsburgh’s three rivers and more. Schedule your next adventure now!

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Pittsburgh Iconic Experiences

With experience hosting national championships, esports competitions, youth tournaments and more, SportsPITTSBURGH proves daily that Pittsburgh is the definitive destination for Iconic Sports Experiences. Contact our team to discuss how we can provide the support and guidance needed to safely plan your next event in Pittsburgh.

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The City of Champions is full of sports fans and is an ideal destination to enjoy professional, collegiate, amateur and youth sports competitions. The iconic black and gold colors of Pittsburgh’s four professional

sports teams – the Steelers, Penguins, Pirates and Riverhounds – can be found throughout the city. And, the six Super Bowls, five Stanley Cups and five World Series Championships are a topic of pride for locals.

AN IMMACULATE GREETING AT THE AIRPORT Pittsburgh International Airport

Visitors arriving at Pittsburgh International Airport are immediately reminded that they are in a legendary sports town when they see the life-like statue of Hall of Fame Steeler Franco Harris, who greets them as they exit the air-side terminals. Harris is famous for The Immaculate Reception, one of the NFL’s greatest plays.

PASSION FOR PITTSBURGH The Pittsburgh Passion is the most recognized women’s full-contact football franchise in the world. The first and only women’s football franchise featured in Sports Illustrated, the team won back-to-back Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL) Championships in 2014 and 2015.





Legendary Pittsburgh Pirate Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente was killed at age 38 in a plane crash delivering food to earthquake victims in Nicaragua. Today, he is honored with a statue sitting outside of PNC Park at the end of the Roberto Clemente Bridge. Be sure to put the Clemente Museum on your list of places to visit as well.


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Nicknamed “The Magnificent One,” Mario Lemieux helped lead the Pittsburgh Penguins to back-to-back Stanley Cups as a player before guiding the team, including “The Next One,” highly-regarded player Sidney Crosby, to three more championships as an owner.

Pittsburgh was named the Best City for Football Fans by WalletHub in 2021, in large part thanks to the accessibility of Heinz Field, home of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers and the University of Pittsburgh Panthers. Steelers Nation is an engaged fanbase, and supporters travel from across the globe to cheer for their Steelers in Pittsburgh.

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THE NUMBERS #GAPTRAIL BY The 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage connects Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Maryland, where it meets the C&O Canal Towpath. Together, the two paths create a nearly level journey between Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. Full of breathtaking views, the complete trip is a bucket list experience for bike enthusiasts of all ages. Plan your own trip and stop by any number of bed and breakfasts, inns or campsites along the way. Or, connect with the team at Golden Triangle Bike, ready to help with everything from bike rentals, to shuttle services and more.

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Not ready for the long haul? No problem! There are a number of ways to get out and explore portions of the Great Allegheny Passage. The official website gaptrail.org is an excellent resource to utilize when creating your ideal GAP experience. No matter what your plans, be sure to carve out a few extra days at the beginning or the end to explore Pittsburgh. From eclectic arts and cultural attractions, to always entertaining sporting events, to award-winning breweries and so much more, it’s definitely a must!


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ittsburghers are known for their hard-working roots, and restaurants and chefs apply the same mentality to their dishes. It’s paying off. In 2019, Pittsburgh was named Food City of the Year by Restaurant Hospitality, and the city is continuing to push boundaries, further cementing its place as a world-class foodie destination. From French fries on salads, to award-winning charcuterie, to pasta subscription boxes – Pittsburgh’s innovation and tenacity shows through every facet of the city. Some places that should absolutely top your list in Pittsburgh: ⊲ Altius, Mount Washington 2019 Spectrum Award, 2019 Wine Spectator Award

For a literal, elevated experience in the beautiful Mount Washington neighborhood, Altius is a must for anyone who wants the perfect place to celebrate. The chef-driven menu features seasonable, sustainable products with an emphasis on contemporary, modern American cuisine.

⊲ Spork, Garfield 2020 James Beard nominee

Spork is an intimate, chef-owned restaurant in Garfield. What sets Spork apart are its amazing, small American plates and its quarter-acre vegetable farm where the restaurant grows many of the vegetables used in its dishes. The menu changes constantly due to what is available seasonally, but every option is a treasure.

⊲ Poulet Bleu, Lawrenceville 2019 James Beard nominee, Richard DeShantz Restaurant Group

Poulet Bleu is an American bistro that serves comforting classic French food. With the homiest decor and an open kitchen, you can watch the chefs create wonderful staples like French onion soup and steak frites. The dessert – especially the chocolate souffle – makes Poulet Bleu one of the best places for an intimate date.

⊲ Superior Motors, Braddock 2018 Food & Wine – Restaurants of the Year, Time Magazine – World’s Greatest Places

Superior Motors is truly a unique fine-dining experience. With a rotating farm-to-table menu and an emphasis on small plates, it’s the perfect place to try a lot of dishes and to celebrate a special occasion.



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⊲ Chendgu Gourmet, Squirrel Hill 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 James Beard nominee

⊲ Haskel’s Delicatessen, food truck (location varies)

⊲ Umami, Lawrenceville

⊲ Driftwood Oven, Lawrenceville 2020 James Beard nominee

Chengdu Gourmet is a Sichuan restaurant in the heart of Squirrel Hill. The front façade may be unassuming, but this four-time James Beard nominated restaurant is one of the best places to eat in Pittsburgh. It offers both American-Chinese food and traditional Sichuan Chinese food. Umami is an Izakaya dedicated to Umami flavors. With fresh, interesting spins on Japanese ingredients and a cool, club-like atmosphere, the food and ambiance make this Japanese pub a super fun destination.

⊲ DiAnoia’s Eatery, Strip District

If you want to experience Italy without actually having to travel to Italy, DiAnoia’s Eatery should be at the top of your list. With famed dishes like the gnocchi sorrentina bread bowl, creative pasta made with fresh ingredients and excellent pastry chefs, it’s the perfect place for a family-style dinner with friends.

⊲ Bae Bae’s Kitchen, Downtown 2019 Yelp’s Top 100 Best Fried Chicken

Bae Bae’s Kitchen is a Korean American restaurant nestled in the heart of Downtown in the Cultural District. It is a cozy, little, counter-service style eatery with bento-style boxes and a focus on Korean-inspired, organic cuisine. Bae Bae’s Kitchen has key staples like its Korean fried chicken and tofu. Don’t miss out on its rotating specials as well.

⊲ Banh Mi & Ti, Lawrenceville

Banh Mi & Ti is a counter-style sandwich eatery located in Lawrenceville. The restaurant serves amazing Vietnamese sandwiches, rice bowls, noodle bowls and some of the best bubble tea in Pittsburgh. With plenty of vegan-friendly options, it’s the ideal place to stop by while exploring different Pittsburgh neighborhoods.

⊲ Live Fresh Cold Pressed Juice + Smoothie Bar, Homestead

Live Fresh Cold Pressed Juice + Smoothie Bar is a coldpressed juice, smoothie and açaí bowl bar with many delicious grab-and-go options! It focuses on creating healthy food options and building up the community in Homestead. With many vegan-friendly, gluten-free options, this is a great place for a healthy snack or drink.

⊲ 2 Sisters 2 Sons, Sharpsburg

In Sharpsburg, you can’t miss 2 Sisters 2 Sons – a small, familyowned takeout restaurant that serves authentic Caribbean and Jamaican cuisine. The restaurant offers a variety of dishes like oxtail, curry goat and jerk chicken, with a plethora of vegan and vegetarian options as well.

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Pittsburgh’s food truck scene is booming. There are so many interesting trucks with different concepts, but one that should be on every visitor’s list is Haskel’s Delicatessen. Although you may have to track down which location the truck will be at next, the pastrami reubens, knishes & chocolate babka are worth the effort.

If Chrissy Teigen likes it, it’s a winner! Driftwood Oven is an artisan sourdough pizzeria that is focused on using local produce and ethically sourced products. The pizza is fantastic, and they sell out quite often. Make sure to get there early as seating is limited!

⊲ Cilantro & Ajo, South Side

If you find yourself in the South Side, Cilantro & Ajo is an absolute treasure. Although the restaurant is small, it is a hidden gem stuffed with authentic, traditional Venezuelan street food. This is a great option for folks who are gluten free, as 80% of the menu is made using white corn meal.

⊲ Mitch’s BBQ, Warrendale

Mitch’s BBQ may be a little outside of Pittsburgh proper, but it shouldn’t be missed. For some of the best barbeque, brisket, sausages, ramen and pork buns in the city, Mitch’s BBQ is worth the trek.

⊲ Churchview Farm, Baldwin

Churchview Farm is the best-kept dining secret in Pittsburgh. Churchview Farm is a third-generation sustainable farm in Pittsburgh. They host an annual Farm Dinner Series, which features local chefs, breweries, wineries and restaurants, that come onto the farm to serve guests in an amazing outdoor location. Check their website for dates. If you are lucky enough to be in Pittsburgh when Churchview Farm is hosting a dinner, don’t miss out.

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⊲ Sophia Chang is a food blogger who has lived in the Steel City for the last nine years. She’s passionate about food and spends her time sharing what it’s like living (and eating!) as an AsianAmerican woman in Pittsburgh. You can find her exploring new restaurants, making foodie friends and trying all the different bubble tea shops in Pittsburgh. She also is passionate about supporting small businesses and loves getting to explore different neighborhoods in her city.

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Pittsburgh’s food scene is red hot and garnering attention. In recent years, the city has been named The Next Big Food Town (Bon Appétit) and the No. 1 Food City in the U.S. (Zagat) while also earning praise as “a top U.S. destination for good food” (Yelp). Much of this acclaim is thanks to Pittsburgh’s chef-driven fare. In fact, the city is home to more than a dozen James Beard Award semifinalists, including Jamilka Borges (Wild Child), Kevin Sousa (Superior Motors), Christian Frangiadis (Spork), Wei Zhu (Chengdu Gourmet), Neil Blazin (Driftwood Oven) and more.


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New restaurants and concepts play a large role in Pittsburgh’s hot culinary renaissance. From Fig & Ash (North Side) and Coop De Ville (Strip District), to The Speckled Egg (Downtown), Cobra (Bloomfield) and others – there are plenty of ways to satisfy a hungry appetite in the ‘Burgh. Chef’s Table is a fresh, made-to-order restaurant focused on serving healthy meals for the good of heart and soul. Not only does Chef Kevin Watson put a healthy, all-natural twist on classic favorites, his restaurant also makes a direct impact on the Pittsburgh community through its “Buy a Meal, Give a Meal” program, which donates meals to local senior citizens.

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A graduate of the former Pennsylvania Culinary Institute, Chef Kevin’s work experience includes stints at the Ritz Carlton on Amelia Island and Top of the Triangle. He previously served as Executive Chef at Savoy and The Café at the Frick and established and executed kitchen operations for Pittsburgh Premier

Catering, where he provided chef services to clients including President George W. Bush, Jerome Bettis and more. Want to whip up a healthy, fresh meal like Chef Kevin? Follow his recipe for Blackened Chicken Bowl.

Blackened ChickenBowl Prep: 20 Minutes Cook & Assemble Bowl: 30 Minutes Total Time: 50 Minutes Serves: 1

INGREDIENTS 1 boneless, skinless chicken breast 1/2 sweet potato, peeled 1 cup fresh spinach 1/4 cup toasted chickpeas

1/4 cup roasted red pepper 1/4 cup brown rice (or substitute your favorite grain, i.e. – quinoa) 1/2 avocado


Juice of 1/2 lime 1/4 cup sour cream 1 teaspoon cilantro 1/4 cup onion, diced


Grains and Vegetables

2. Rub chicken breast with olive oil and season with blackening seasoning.

2. Sauté onions until tender. Add chickpeas, red peppers, cooked sweet potatoes and spinach. Cook until the spinach wilts.

1. Heat oven to 350˚ F.

3. Sear seasoned chicken breast in a hot cast iron pan for 2 minutes on both sides. 4. Finish the chicken breast in oven. Once chicken breast reaches internal temperature of 160˚ F, remove from oven and allow to rest.

1. Cook brown rice (or your favorite grain).

3. Serve cooked vegetables over grains. Top with chicken and avocado cream.

Sweet Potato

1. Heat oven to 350˚ F. 2. Cut peeled sweet potato into medium-sized cubes. 3. Lightly coat cubes with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. 4. Cook potato cubes in a cast iron pan or on a griddle to caramelize. 5. Finish cooking potatoes in oven for 6-7 minutes until tender.

Avocado Cream

1. Mash avocado with sour cream, salt & pepper, cilantro and lime juice.


Rest Easy in Pittsburgh Hotels

Pittsburgh is a mid-sized city with big city amenities and boundless hospitality. Visitors have their pick of world-class accommodations, as well as mid-size hotels, urban and suburban, charming bed and breakfasts, rustic inns and more. There is an option for any style or budget.


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Pittsburghers are known for a few unique fares when it comes to local flavors. Heard of a Pittsburgh salad? It’s a blend of lettuce, veggies and meat, usually steak or chicken, topped with a pile of shredded mozzarella cheese and French fries. Yes, French fries.

Pittsburghers love French fries. The proof is in the sandwich. A Primanti Bros. sandwich that is – grilled meat, topped with cheese, French fries, coleslaw and tomatoes between two slices of thick Italian bread. Add a fried egg and you’ll blend right in with the locals. Pierogies are another staple. From Pierogies Plus to Cop Out Pierogies, the Pittsburgh Pierogi Truck and more, there is no shortage of great places for these delicious handmade dumplings. You can't go wrong by starting your morning in Pittsburgh with pancakes at P&G's Pamela's Diner. And, when you're looking for something sweet, be sure to try the Burnt Almond Torte from Prantl’s Bakery – the treat that HuffPost called “the greatest cake America has ever made.” Yep. It’s that good!


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Visit Pittsburgh’s Historic German Brewery Penn Brewery is housed in the historic 19th-century E&O Brewery building, featuring a German bierhalle, cobblestone biergarten and authentic lagering caves. Our hand-crafted brews have won 21 Great American Beer Festival® and World Beer Cup® medals. In addition to our beers, Penn offers both contemporary and traditional “Euro-Pittsburgh” fare including wurst, schnitzel and pierogi, as well as flatbreads, salads and sandwiches, in our full-service restaurant. Penn also offers private parties, brewery tours and special events.

For more information, visit pennbrew.com

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PITTSBURGH BREWERS GUILD Check Out Pittsburgh's Vibrant Beer Scene

About 40 Pittsburgh breweries now dot the distinctive landscape of this city and the surrounding county. How can visitors make the most of Pittsburgh’s beer scene? Pittsburghbreweries.com – a product of the Pittsburgh Brewers Guild – offers background on each brewery, pre-set trails and the ability to build your own trail. An updated Pittsburgh Brewery Guide passport also will be available in 2021. Pittsburgh: Come for the arts, culture, sports and recreation – stay for the beer!

For more information, visit pittsburghbreweries.com @pghbrewersguild

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Not only does a trip to Pittsburgh provide an opportunity for a social drink with friends and family, but the preferred spirits you may be enjoying could have been distilled just a few blocks or steps away.

Did you know? Pittsburgh is the birthplace of American whiskey. And, Wigle Whiskey Distillery and Restaurant, named for Phillip Wigle, one of the Western Pennsylvania distillers who helped spark the Whiskey Rebellion, has its main location in Pittsburgh’s Strip District with additional tasting sites throughout the region. Also located in the Strip District, Kingfly Spirits is a distillery, event space and bar that promises a transformative experience through a combination of traditional recipes with innovation and discovery. Rum drinkers also will find satisfaction in the Strip District, as it’s also home to Allegheny Distilling, which makes Maggie’s Farm Rum, the first commercially-available, Pennsylvania-made craft rum since Prohibition. Just up the road from the Strip District is Lawrenceville Distilling Co., which distills small batch spirits like Ginzer American Gin and Parking Chair Vodka. The distillery was named the 2019 Pennsylvania’s Gin Distillery of the Year by the 10th Annual New York International Craft Spirits Competition.



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Welcome to Pittsburgh We are Pittsburgh businesses that are proud to support travel and tourism in Southwestern Pennsylvania. We call Pittsburgh home and are so happy to share it with you. Whether you’re planning to kick back and relax, see the sights or get down to business, we welcome you to our beautiful city.

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LOCALLY Pittsburgh is known for a thriving arts and cultural scene, and that has everything to do with the many talented artists who have called the region ‘home.’ Artists like August Wilson, Burton Morris, Thaddeus Mosley and many more have made significant impacts on the region and the world – and the influence of these artists continues with no end in sight.


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Johno Prascak is a self-taught enamel and sand (from the Monongahela River) artist via surviving ulcerative colitis with a permanent ileostomy. No matter the subject, his work can always be described as lively, bold and colorful. Inspired by life history and the natural world, as well as his hometown of Pittsburgh, where his family roots run deep, Prascak believes it’s thrilling to live his life in a city that’s big and small at the same time.


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baronbatch.com Baron Batch is a multidimensional artist, poet, painter, designer, community organizer and positivity activist known for his “FREE” art drops. He is the founder of Studio AM, an arts-centered creative agency focused on the growth/promotion of healthy culture through spontaneous community play, immersive experience and positive social programming, and serves as creative director/creative coach for various organizations through the studio’s work. This collaborative community ecosystem organizes mission-aligned projects that provide creative opportunities across a variety of industry sectors.


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MIA TARDUCCI • miatarducci.com

Mia Tarducci is known for working on a massive scale utilizing a color-driven abstract expressionist style, minimalist abstractions and concept-driven works. Her work has been selected by jurors from the MoMA, Guggenheim, Brooklyn Museum, MoCA Cleveland, Carnegie Museum of Art, The Andy Warhol Museum and the Mattress Factory for exhibitions in museum and gallery settings in cities spanning the globe. Featured in countless publications, Tarducci’s work is in private collections nationally and abroad.

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KYLE HOLBROOK • mlkmural.com

Muralist Kyle Holbrook, a Wilkinsburg native, has created more than 500 murals in 43 countries and 27 states. He has been commissioned for large-scale events, worked with Fortune 500 companies and collaborated with celebrities, including President Bill Clinton and Mac Miller. Deeply affected by the friends and associates he’s lost to gun violence, Holbrook formed the Moving the Lives of Kids Community Mural Project, which aims to cultivate kids not just as painters and designers but also as future leaders, advocates and entrepreneurs.


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instagram.com/vanessalgerman Vanessa German is a visual and performance artist based in Homewood, the community that is the driving force behind her powerful performance work and whose cast-off relics form the language of her copiously embellished sculptures. A citizen artist, she explores the power of art and love as a transformative force in the dynamic cultural ecosystem of communities and neighborhoods. The founder of Love Front Porch and the ARThouse, a community arts initiative for the children of Homewood, German’s work is in private and public collections, including locally at the Carnegie Museum of Art, and has garnered national media attention.

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STAYCEE PEARL • pearlartsstudios.com Staycee Pearl is the co-artistic director of PearlArts and resident dance company STAYCEE PEARL dance project & Soy Sos, where she creates dance-centered multimedia works in collaboration with husband and artistic collaborator, Herman “Soy Sos” Pearl. Staycee is passionate about sharing resources and creating opportunities for the arts community by initiating project-generating programs.


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hen you think about Pittsburgh, you might think about sports, the region’s excellent hospitals and emerging technology sector or possibly the booming craft beer scene. But art? It might not be on your radar. But it should be.

There’s more to Pittsburgh’s art scene than just museums and galleries – although, the city has plenty of those. In fact, many makers call Pittsburgh home. These are the people creating everything from candles to jewelry, clothing to home decor; the workshops where you can learn a new skill and take something home; the experiences you can have wandering the city looking at street art. Each of Pittsburgh’s 90 neighborhoods has a different vibe, which reflects in the local art and shops you’ll find. Maybe it’s because Pittsburgh is a smaller city, but Pittsburghers tend to be very friendly. They’re also incredibly proud of their city, so if you aren’t sure where to find the art or types of shops you’re looking for – just ask a local. They are guaranteed to have some amazing recommendations, including hidden gems that might be off the beaten path.



No matter what you’re looking to buy, it is very likely there is someone in Pittsburgh making it. While many artisans have storefronts, Pittsburgh also is home to a variety of pop-ups. Coffee shops often feature local artwork that you can purchase. And, most boutiques sell items created by local makers. Farmers markets and winter markets also are perfect places to look for local items! Below is just a small sample of Pittsburgh’s offerings:


⊲ Small Mall (Lawrenceville) sells art and design objects from Pittsburgh makers. ⊲ love, Pittsburgh (Mount Washington, Downtown) is a gift shop that curates tasteful gifts made by Pittsburghers.

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⊲ I Made It! Markets are nomadic craft marketplaces. Check out their website (imadeitmarket.com) for schedule and location. ⊲ All Hands On Deck brings together the Pittsburgh creative community with vendors, food, drink and music. This is opened biweekly, Saturdays, at Bar Marco in the Strip District. ⊲ Handmade Arcade connects creators and consumers through making, sharing and learning. Look for this pop-up once a year around the holiday season. ⊲ Monmade offers distinctive products and design solutions for all types of projects. ⊲ Neighborhood Flea is Pittsburgh’s open air, curated flea market. Check their website (neighborhoodflea.com) for schedule and location. ⊲ Peoples Gas Holiday Market™ in Market Square features local makers and musicians, and, of course, Santa himself.


PG&H tells the stories of Pittsburgh’s ultra talented makers community, like ceramicist Britney Smith (pictured), who, fueled by skill and heart, make the art, objects, accessories and more that bring you joy. Visit PG&H’s flagship store Downtown or browse the online shop.

Interactive Art

Because sometimes it’s important to get your hands a little dirty! ⊲ Workshop PGH (Garfield) is a DIY school where you can learn woodworking, sewing and everything in-between. Check out workshop-pgh.square.site and follow the school on Instagram (@workshoppgh) for updates and more information. ⊲ Pittsburgh Glass Center (Garfield) offers live hot glass demonstrations, hands-on classes, an art gallery and more. You also can purchase glass kits to make your own personalized glass project at home – the perfect souvenir! ⊲ Contemporary Craft (Lawrenceville) features innovative art exhibits, hands-on workshops, community outreach programs and a store full of handcrafted items.

Miscellaneous Spots

⊲ Randyland (Central North Side) is a unique stop for all visitors! If you’ve ever seen pictures of people surrounded by bright colors in Pittsburgh, it’s likely they were taken here! ⊲ City of Asylum (Central North Side) provides sanctuary to endangered literary writers and offers a range of literary programs. It also energizes public spaces through public art with text-based components. ⊲ Trust Oasis (Downtown) is an outdoor art experience featuring temporary art installations. Learn more about the current exhibit at trustarts.org.

Pittsburgh Glass Center

⊲ Spirits of Giving From Around The World (Downtown) displays life-size Santas and original artwork capturing Christmas folklore from around the world during the holiday season. ⊲ For an art experience like no other, follow former Steeler Baron Batch on Instagram (@baron_batch). He is wellknown for his activism and art, and he frequently leaves free artwork around the city with clues on social media to their locations.

Museums, Galleries & “Traditional” Art Experiences

From huge museums to galleries tucked away, Pittsburgh has plenty of spots to take in a more “traditional” art experience. Make sure you visit the attractions’ websites to learn more about their health & safety policies, hours of operation and timed ticketing procedures. ⊲ Wood Street Galleries (Downtown) ⊲ August Wilson African American Cultural Center (Downtown) ⊲ SPACE (Downtown) ⊲ The Andy Warhol Museum (North Shore) ⊲ Carnegie Museum of Art (Oakland) ⊲ B OOM Concepts (Garfield) ⊲ Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens (Oakland) ⊲ The Frick Pittsburgh (Point Breeze) ⊲ Mattress Factory (Central North Side) ⊲ J ohno’s Art Studio (South Side Slopes) ⊲ T roy Hill Art Houses (Troy Hill) ⊲ R edfishbowl Studios (Lawrenceville)

⊲ Lauren Roberts loves all things Pittsburgh and all things food! As a writer for Made in PGH, Lauren is passionate about supporting local businesses and enjoys bringing awareness to everything the city has to offer. When she’s not checking out a new restaurant, you can find her in the kitchen trying a new recipe, working on her photography, on a bike ride exploring the city or wandering the zoo with her toddler.


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From galleries to performance art, Pittsburgh is home to a thriving and dedicated art community.

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The Cultural District ⊲ culturaldistrict.org

The 14-square block Cultural District, located in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh, encompasses nine world-class theaters, eight public parks and art installations and a dozen art galleries.

The Andy Warhol Museum

The Andy Warhol Museum ⊲ warhol.org

The seven-story museum located on the North Shore is dedicated to the life and work of Pittsburgh-born, pop art icon Andy Warhol, making it the largest comprehensive singleartist museum in North America.

The Frick Pittsburgh

The Frick Pittsburgh

⊲ thefrickpittsburgh.org Learn about the legacy of the Henry Clay Frick family and discover the Gilded Age through authentic experiences of art, history and nature at The Frick Pittsburgh. The 5.5-acre site includes The Frick Art Museum, Clayton Mansion, the Car and Carriage Museum, the Greenhouse, Grable Visitors Center and The Café.

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Carnegie Museum of Art ⊲ cmoa.org

Located in the Oakland neighborhood and founded by Andrew Carnegie, the museum features contemporary art – arguably the first in the United States to focus on the art form – and boasts a collection of more than 30,000 objects.


Courtesy of August Wilson African American Cultural Center

August Wilson African American Cultural Center Located in Downtown, the Center presents performing and visual arts that celebrate the contributions of African Americans not only in Western Pennsylvania but nationally and internationally. Named for the Pultizer-prize winning playwright August Wilson, the August Wilson African American Cultural Center presents performing and visual arts that celebrate the contributions of African Americans not only in Western Pennsylvania but nationally and internationally.


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Arts &Culture Love arts & culture? Pittsburgh has you covered with world-class offerings and a wide variety of means to explore, celebrate and indulge in the arts.


Presenting a powerful collection of classical and contemporary ballets, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is one of the most exciting ballet companies in the nation. Most Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performances take place in the Cultural District at the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts. 1 Artists: Marisa Grywalski and Lucius Kirst Photo: Duane Rieder



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PITTSBURGH OPERA pittsburghopera.org

The Pittsburgh Opera offers world-class, vibrant opera with a rich artistic tradition. Located in the Strip District, Pittsburgh Opera features six productions each season including a variety of timeless classics and new works, along with numerous free community events. 4


Kelly Strayhorn Theater


Presenting innovative dance, theater, music and live art, the Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty is a neighborhood theater with a focus on creative expression and audience engagement. Enjoy a variety of diverse events, programming, classes and workshops throughout the year. 2

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A visit to Contemporary Craft in Upper Lawrenceville is a mustdo for cutting edge exhibitions focused on multicultural diversity and contemporary art. The art gallery is free to the public and offers family friendly, hands-on art activities and studio classes. 3 Ed Massery




Explore a National Historic Landmark and one of the oldest and most successful religious communal groups of the 19th century – Harmony Society – at Old Economy Village. The community village includes historic sites and buildings, a museum, visitor center and gift shop. 5


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Making MarK Pittsburgh is home to amazing contemporary makers redefining craft manufacturing in the city. There’s no shortage of homemade artisan products available in and around the ‘Burgh, ranging from ceramics to fashion accessories and home décor.



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Bringing people together and elevating marginalized voices, maker atiya jones’ work can be seen throughout Pittsburgh’s public and private spaces. Her online shop includes one-of-a-kind knitted hats, masks, original pieces, journals and zines. Follow atiya on Instagram @_twelvetwenty for more maker magic. 1

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Supporting Local, Living Artists


Sustainable and Low-Waste Bowties

Knotzland is aimed at making the world a better place. Spurred by passion, the start-up company takes the best in textile discards and recycles them to create stylish bowties and accessories. Learn more at knotzland.com. 2

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Dedicated to making handcrafted vegetarian and vegan soaps, Pip & Lola’s uses only natural materials to create barely scented, quality soaps. Check them out on social @PipandLola for the latest updates. 3


Small Mall is a women-owned business that sells work by local Pittsburgh artists, designers and makers. Follow Small Mall on social @smallmallpgh and shop online at smallmallpgh.com. 4


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Modern, Versatile and Functional Pottery & Jewelry Inspired by her upbringing in Japan, maker Reiko Yamamoto combines two techniques of hand-building and wheel throwing to create unique and quality pieces designed for everyday use. For more information and to own a handcrafted piece, visit reikoyamamoto.com.


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Kimpton Hotel Monaco

⊲ monaco-pittsburgh.com The Kimpton Hotel Monaco is one of the many TAG Approved® hotels in the area. The Downtown Pittsburgh property offers lush boutique-style rooms, bold décor and a rooftop Biergarten with sights that you don't want to miss.

Reel Q: Pittsburgh LGBTQ+ Film Festival

Reel Q

⊲ reelq.org Reel Q produces events and film screenings throughout the year, not only during its annual festival, while also aiming to increase the availabilty and accessibility of queer film in Pittsburgh and the surrounding region, highlighting the diverse experiences of the worldwide community.

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The Mattress Factory ⊲ mattress.org

This unique, contemporary art museum features site-specific installation art and permanent installations, like the late Greer Lankton's It's all about ME, Not You. Lankton is remembered for eloquently exploring and questioning the norms of gender and sexuality, as well as the powerful imagery of popular culture and consumerism. Immerse yourself in interactive displays by regional, national and international artists.

The Andy Warhol Museum We embrace LGBTQ+ culture and Warhol’s role as a gay icon.

From his 1950s Boy Book drawings that lovingly depicted the sensuous male form to his poignant selfportraits in drag in the 1980s, Warhol openly expressed his queer identity in life and art, even when homosexuality was criminalized and suppressed in the United States. We invite you to Pop back in!


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Square Cafe

⊲ square-cafe.com Located in East Liberty, Square Cafe is a colorful cafe known for tasty and creative breakfasts, brunches and lunches. Look for local art throughout this super welcoming space owned by community champion Sherree Goldstein.


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Looking to add a Pittsburgh sound to your playlist? Check out the artists below for a variety of styles and vibes.

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Mars Jackson

Mars Jackson is an independent hip-hop artist based out the City of Pittsburgh. Touting a style that speaks to your soul, while combining Midwest/West Coast funk influences, he is one of the city’s most unique rhymers. The adoration Mars has for hiphop runs deep. His ear for production and love for songwriting manifests as a special connection with the hearts of his listeners, in and outside of his hometown.

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Buffalo Rose

Listening to Buffalo Rose is like driving on the open road with the windows down, letting the breezes of various musical styles wash over you. Buffalo Rose commandeers the shimmering and electrifying riffs of the mandolin, the cascading guitar arpeggios of folk and bluegrass, the ringing purity of the dobro and the steady percussive thrum of upright bass.

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Feralcat, aka Roger Romero

Feralcat is an artist, composer and saxophone player whose works defy expectations of what it means to be an instrumentalist. His compositions comprise a melting pot of ‘00s era post-hardcore, Japanese anime and video game music, as well as his upbringing as a first-generation child of Dominican immigrants.

Melanie Stangl

Clara Kent

Clara Kent is an independent afro-indigenous singersongwriter and emcee. The self-proclaimed “Multidimensional Artistic Individual” hails from Homewood, a Pittsburgh neighborhood known for its talented people. Clara will be re-releasing her hit album Aura with several new songs and updated versions of the previous staple singles – Outside, Souled and Clarity – later this year.

Sad Girls Aquatic Club

Sad Girls Aquatic Club

Sad Girls Aquatics Club is a band that specializes in break-up pop and synthesizers. The group's first EP, Vodkawine, is streaming now. Look for new releases later this year!

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meeting of important people

Meeting of Important People is a rock-and-roll-band led by songwriter and singer Josh Verbanets. The band has gained wide acclaim for its live performances over the last decade and has released a body of music showcasing elements of pop, garage-rock, folk influence and anthemic twists-and-turns.


Black-Owned Businesses

Explore an important part of Pittsburgh's culture through its Black-owned businesses. From restaurants and shops, to arts and culture and more, be sure to check out these local favorites.

BARREL & FLOW FEST barrelandflow.com

Barrel & Flow Fest, formerly Fresh Fest Beer Fest, is an enthusiastic rebrand to fully embrace and uplift artists, musicians, chefs and brewers and to celebrate Black arts and artists. 1 Fresh Fest Beer Fest Reddvision



Everyday Café | @everydaycafepgh


Live Fresh Juicery


Live Fresh Juicery delivers a nutritional and refreshing experience through natural and fresh cold pressed juices, juice cleanses, smoothies and açaí + smoothie bowls with vegan and gluten-free options available. 2



everydaycafepgh.com Owned and operated by Bible Center Church in Homewood, Everyday Café is a hub for innovation and inspiration that offers hand-crafted beverages, breakfast and lunch. 4

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Encore Event Design

Including an outstanding and affordable selection of goods, Levi’s Kozy Korner features handmade, custom chunky-knit throws and pillows. Products are designed for warmth, comfort and coziness. 5

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ENCORE EVENT DESIGN encoreeventdesign.com

Located in the West End, Encore Event Design is a full-service event planning and design company with more than 11 years’ experience offering event planning services, venue rentals, linen/ decor rentals, custom design services, balloon décor and more. 3




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Mural: Homewood is Home, Camo (Camerin Nesbit) Photo credit Eric Blackwell of Blackwell Soundz


isitors looking for an authentic Pittsburgh experience need look no further than the neighborhood of Homewood, a historically Black, vibrant community bursting with culture, history, success stories, brilliant art, beautiful architecture and so much more. The Homewood Experience, presented by Soleil Branding Essentials and Pyramid Pgh LLC, in partnership with Neighborhood Allies and the Homewood Community Development Collaborative, brings the positivity and pride of Homewood to visitors while also catering to its current residents and community engagement. Enjoy public art? Homewood has a plethora of offerings curated through the Artwalk. Journey into the neighborhood on a self-guided tour and explore the history, culture and hope of Homewood. Coordinated by local artist and Homewood-native Camerin “Camo” Nesbit and supported by artists Janel Young (JY Originals) and Juliandra Jones (PBJ Customs), the Artwalk showcases long-standing murals that highlight both Homewood and Black history, as well as new features popping up along the main business corridor.

Experience For visitors wanting to learn more about Homewood's history, the Homewood Walk of Fame honors neighborhood heroes with banners displayed throughout the business district. From basketball legend Chuck Cooper, the first Black player in the NBA, to prolific Black artists like Mary Lou Williams and more, visitors can discover more about the legacy of Homewood’s heroes simply by scanning the QR codes on each banner. To learn more about The Homewood Experience, please visit thehomewoodexperience.com.


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No matter where you turn in Pittsburgh, you're likely to come face-to-face with a breathtaking mural. Take yourself on a tour and check out these incredible works of art!



Jeremy Raymer • North Side Created by local street artist Jeremy Raymer, the Roberto Clemente mural is located on a heavily visible Pittsburgh wall alongside Verdetto’s Bar & Restaurant in the East Allegheny neighborhood. The mural is a 40-foot-high portrait of the legendary Pittsburgh Pirate and humanitarian Roberto Clemente.

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Kyle Holbrook • Downtown

The John Lewis Mural is part of “Pittsburgh Solidarity for Change,” the 10-mural project designed by Kyle Holbrook and facilitated by the artist’s MLK Mural organization. Each of the project’s murals has themes of solutions to police brutality, systemic racism and gun violence; Lewis and his life’s work for Civil Rights were chosen as a solution. More than 123 residents helped paint this mural, including Steelers safety Terrell Edmunds and longtime activist Tim Stevens, Pittsburgh’s own “John Lewis.”


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Camerin “Camo” Nesbit and Wavy Wednesday

Homewood Part of The Homewood Experience Artwalk, BubbleGum, located on North Homewood Ave., symbolizes the hope and joy of the youth in Homewood. The mural represents the colors of the Pan-African flag and is prideful and rich in Black culture.


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Located in Bloomfield, also known as Pittsburgh’s Little Italy, the goal of Monika McAndrew’s Bridging the Generations of Bloomfield mural is to celebrate the neighborhood while depicting the history of the community. The mural features a parade through history from the area’s Revolutionary War era to present day.

Created by artist Ashley Hodder, Love in the Clouds is the first mural of her Daydream Station series. Located in Allentown at the intersection of Arlington and E. Warrington Ave., this mural was designed to add color and fun to visitors' days and provide a moment for daydreaming.

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Downtown This Downtown mural, located on the corner of Wood St. and Sixth Ave., consists of six natural hair portraits from JY Originals' “Black Girl Magic” series wearing masks to reflect the “new normal” posed by COVID-19. Six is symbolic of the safety measures regarding physical distancing.

Homewood James Maszle’s Season of Hope is a ground-level mural measuring more than 200 feet in length. With 12 different panels, the mural showcases portraits of Homewood citizens, notable people and landmarks, and images representing life in the neighborhood.

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Strip District The Strip Mural by artists Carley Parrish and Shannon Pultz captures the energy and history of Pittsburgh’s authentic and classic Strip District neighborhood. The collage-style mural pays homage to artist Romare Bearden, who lived on Penn Ave. with his grandparents in the late 1920s.

Artist Jackie Kresak’s inspiration for Fabric of the Community was a quilt created by her mother. Located in Pittsburgh’s Garfield neighborhood and visible from UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, the mural aims to showcase how uniting different patterns in a quilt is similar to uniting the different people in a community.

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Freedom Corner ⊲ Hill District

Located at the intersection of Centre Ave. and Crawford St., Freedom Corner marks a crucial point in Pittsburgh’s extensive Civil Rights history and serves as an important gathering location for those advocating for peace, justice and equality.

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Fort Pitt Block House

⊲ fortpittblockhouse.com Located in Point State Park, Fort Pitt Block House first served as a military redoubt during the mid-18th century and is Pittsburgh’s oldest architectural landmark – and the only remaining structure of Fort Pitt.


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Carrie Blast Furnaces ⊲ riversofsteel.com

Experience pre-World War II iron-making technology at the iconic and historic Carrie Blast Furnaces! Located in Swissvale and Rankin, and towering 92 feet over the Monongahela River, these are the only non-operative blast furnaces in the region.


Homewood Cemetery

⊲ thehomewoodcemetery.com Founded in 1878, the Homewood Cemetery features exquisite architecture and art alongside more than 600 mature trees. Notable Pittsburghers buried on-site include Henry Clay Frick, Chuck Cooper, Charles “Teenie” Harris and Mac Miller.

The August Wilson House is the childhood home of award-winning playwright August Wilson and is dedicated to celebrating his literary and personal legacy while serving as an arts center to the Hill District community.



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Beauty. Wonder. Inspiration. Explore the beauty and wonders of nature at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Encompassing 15 acres including a historic 14-room glasshouse and 23 distinct indoor and outdoor gardens, Phipps features stunning seasonal flower shows, exclusive art exhibits, renowned orchid and bonsai collections, a delightful butterfly house, an immersive Tropical Forest and some of the greenest buildings in the world. Located in Schenley Park just a few miles from downtown Pittsburgh.

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Grandma, Grandpa ⊲ By Barb Hollie


chedules were turned upside down in 2020. Let’s face it – moms and dads are busier than ever! They are working to cover the rent or mortgage, put food on the table and buy clothes and shoes. Coupled with changes in schooling, too, and parents are stretched thin. Thankfully, parents have a secret weapon in their toolbox – someone who has extra time on their hands, who loves spending time with their families and is always up for an adventure. No, this isn’t a superhero…it’s Grandma and Grandpa!


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Think about it. Grandparents or grandparent-figures are fun-loving hug-sharers. They are teachers, mentors and child-care providers who love to focus their time and energy on a grandchild. That said, what’s better than shared activities where both generations can learn and grow together.

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Though some say the best part about being a grandparent is returning the grandkids back to their parents at the end of the day, this argument glosses over the ULTIMATE reward of being a grandparent… spending TIME and making MEMORIES with the next generation! From endless smiles and laughs that last weeks, few things match seeing something new through the eyes of a child.

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Thankfully, Pittsburgh offers plenty of memory-making opportunities because Pittsburgh is KidsBURGH®! The city is a playground for grandparents and grandkids – fun, affordable and packed with family entertainment. From museums to wildlife, river cruises to nature offerings and even historic amusement parks, Pittsburgh has everything to stimulate the imagination of both generations.

Pittsburgh is KidsBurgh®!

With so many family-friendly attractions and entertainment options for kids of all ages, like the Senator John Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh really is KidsBURGH®! Carnegie Museum of Natural History

There are limitless options for awesome adventure time – together – throughout Pittsburgh. When planning your next escapade with your “mini-me,” consider these itinerary builders: ⊲ The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh has a Nursery area with activities designed specifically for infants and toddlers where they can play in sand, make a train and ride a see-saw. For your older child, MuseumLab® offers them ways to engage their ever-expanding curiosity with the studio, make and tech labs. ⊲ Sail Pittsburgh’s famous three rivers – the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio – aboard the Gateway Clipper Fleet. Make sure you check out one of the themed children’s cruises like the Trolls and Pup Patrol Cruise or the Princess & Superhero Party. ⊲ What kid isn’t fascinated by wildlife? The National Aviary is home to 500+ bird species and very cute and exciting up-close-and-personal encounters with penguins, sloths, falcons and more. ⊲ Check out the largest collection of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood artifacts at the Senator John Heinz History Center, including King Friday XIII’s Castle and McFeely’s “Speedy Delivery” tricycle.


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⊲ Introduce your child to a red panda, clouded leopard cubs, reptiles, elephants and bears at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. Make a game of your visit and see if your grandkid can identify each creature. ⊲ Do you love theme parks? The region has plenty of options, including Kennywood Amusement Park, a 123-year-old National Historic Landmark featuring both nostalgic rides you’ll appreciate and thrilling adventures that will make your mini-me scream! Don’t forget to visit Idlewild Park, too, and ride thru Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. ⊲ Finally, introduce your little, budding gardener to Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens where you both can learn how to identify plants and visit the seasonal exhibits, including a butterfly garden and a miniature railroad display. Each of these KidsBURGH® attractions offers opportunities for special adventures with your mini-me. Pittsburgh is accessible and ready to be explored and appreciated by all generations!

⊲ Barb Hollie is a 21-year member of the VisitPITTSBURGH team and currently serves as the Destination and Visitor Services Manager. Barb was born and raised in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Homewood, graduated from Westinghouse High and attended the University of Pittsburgh. When she’s not helping visitors get the most out of their time in Pittsburgh, she enjoys exploring her hometown with her granddaughter, Mya Lorraine. Mya and Barb are big fans of all KidsBURGH® offerings, especially activities at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.



Gateway Clipper Fleet

Gateway Clipper Fleet ⊲ gatewayclipper.com

Set sail on Pittsburgh’s famous three rivers! Book an excursion on the majestic Gateway Clipper Fleet for an unforgettable, scenic voyage through the city. Bonus – kids’themed cruises!

Idlewild & SoakZone

Idlewild & SoakZone ⊲ idlewild.com

Named Best Childrens’ Park by Amusement Today, Idlewild & SoakZone features traditional rides and a water park! Explore Story Book Forest and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood for a full day of family fun.

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Children's Museum of Pittsburgh

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh ⊲ pittsburghkids.org

Experience the world of imagination at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh! The museum combines art and technology for engaging, kidfriendly exhibits like the Studio, The Kindness Gallery and MAKESHOP®.

Pittsburgh is KidsBURGH®! Experience the joy of the city's hands-on and interactive family entertainment!

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Senator John Heinz History Center ⊲ heinzhistorycenter.org

Enjoy six floors of interactive learning spaces and exciting exhibits at the Senator John Heinz History Center! Learn about Pittsburgh’s iconic history and discover the original set and puppets from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.


Out-of-This-World Fun! Spark science and experience family fun in wide-open spaces at Carnegie Science Center. Reach for the stars in the Buhl Planetarium. Tour a real Cold War-era submarine. See hundreds of models and animations in the Miniature Railroad & Village®. Explore the science of sports in Highmark SportsWorks®. Plan for out-of-thisworld fun at Carnegie Science Center. Check the website to learn about the extraordinary safety efforts the Center is taking.


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The August Wilson African American Cultural Center is perfect for the older child, budding artist and anyone with a serious interest in AfricanAmerican art and culture.

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bicycle heaven museum Bicycle Heaven Museum is the world’s largest bicycle museum & shop and home to the Pee-wee Herman bike from the movie Pee-wee’s Big Adventure!

Carnegie museums of art & natural history Reading Art Like Text or hanging out with the dinosaurs, there’s plenty to offer kids of all ages. One ticket gets you into both museums!

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Take a ride on the Duquesne Incline, a century-old cable car offering the best views of Downtown Pittsburgh. Check out the machinery first, then visit the upper station museum featuring Pittsburgh history, global incline information and a gift shop.

A family-owned restaurant with an extensive menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner favorites. Home to the Smiley Cookie since 1949, Eat n’ Park is the place for smiles!

The largest municipal park in Pittsburgh, start your adventure at the Blue Slide Playground with the littles and then watch as your older child plays baseball, tennis or lawn bowling.

gateway clipper fleet

Are you a princess, a superhero or a fan of Trolls® or Paw Patrol™? Cruise the famous three rivers with one of your favorites!

Discover 250 years of Pittsburgh history, explore the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood exhibit and learn about the region’s extensive sports pride and history at the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum.

Visit your favorite characters in the Story Book Forest and Ride the Trolley thru Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood before relaxing at Float Away Bay.

Taste Treat Sensation: jumbo baloney, cheese, fries, coleslaw and tomatoes all on Italian bread slices. Must go hungry!


kennywood amusement park

Local Pittsburgh amusement park open 120+ years. Boasting 14 Kiddieland rides, make sure you swing by Thomas Town™!

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liberty magic

Perfect for children 12 years and older with an interest in “the sleight of hand.”

See the queen sago (Cycas circinalis) and a wide array of other beautiful plant species at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, a green oasis located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood.

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Allow your little ones to explore The Kindness Gallery and your “tweens” to explore MuseumLab®, a place where kids 10+ can have cuttingedge experiences in art, tech and making.


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red sweaters for Mister Rogers and Daniel Tiger

The iconic, hand-made red sweaters worn by Mister Rogers and Daniel Tiger were made by their mothers and are a symbol of their love.

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Enjoy free-flying bird habitats and visit with 500+ bird species, including penguins, bald eagles, vultures and owls!

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Butter pecan ice cream, walnuts and hot fudge add up to one delicious sundae! Try the other 23 exciting flavors, too!


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Schenley Plaza’s Victorianstyle carousel lets kids ride eagles, tigers and 15 other animals as an old-time organ plays music.


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Help youth fall in love with the outdoors through exciting and engaging activities, like fishing, kayaking, biking and more.


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x-rays at Bodyworks, Carnegie Science Center

350 public art pieces designed to engage kids’ creativity and provide a sense of community.

BodyWorks, an interactive exhibit, explores a whole human skeleton through x-rays.


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Featuring 15 waterslides, a wave pool, lazy river, two children play areas and more, Sandcastle is where families beat the heat in Pittsburgh.

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Yoga Monsters of Brighton Heights teaches children relaxation, focus and selfcontrol while at the same time promoting flexibility, strength and body awareness.

The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium strives to foster positive, lifelong connections between animals and people. Visit the flamingos, lions, polar bears, fish, reptiles, elephants and more on your next trip to the ‘Burgh.

The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum owns nearly 50 street and electric railway cars, 20 of which are operational on the museum’s four-mile ride thru the countryside.

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Scale the slopes of Mt. Washington in beautifully restored cable cars in use since 1877. Take in a panoramic view of Pittsburgh, peruse a pictorial history of the city, watch hoisting equipment from the viewing platform and visit the gift shop and Welcome Center. Parking is available at the lower station on Carson Street. Daily from 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. • Adult fare: $5 Round-trip Children ages 6-11: $2.50 Round-trip • Children 5 and under: FREE Call for group rates: (412) 381-1665 • Fax: (412) 381-1943 duquesneincline.org • 1197 W. Carson Street • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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Pittsburgh is Pet Friendly! Ask a local pup, and they will tell you Pittsburgh is PAWesome! Explore Pittsburgh hotels, restaurants, trails, breweries and more alongside your BFF (Best Furry Friend). Allegheny County Parks



Fairmont Pittsburgh loves our furry friends, so why not bring Fido along? Upon arrival, receive a pup-approved amenity, a dog-friendly map of the city’s green spaces and walking trails, a dog bed, and water and food bowls – and that’s just for your dog! No additional charge for pets, no deposit required. Book at fairmont.com/pittsburgh with promo code: PPUP. 2 The Black Cat Market

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Allegheny County’s nine parks boast more than 180 miles of trails for you and your furry friend to explore! These beautiful parks encircle the City of Pittsburgh and encompass more than 12,000 acres. Plan your pet family trail adventure on our web tool at alleghenycounty.us/parktrails or download our trails app! 1



Add a stop to The Black Cat Market, Pittsburgh’s cat café, for a little pet therapy with a side of coffee. All cats are sweet, playful and available for adoption. 3

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ACE THE PITTSBURGH ADVENTURE DOG No. 1 Source for Dog-Friendly Experiences

Ace enjoys sharing his pup-perspective of his FURvorite city with Pittsburghers and visitors alike! You can find Ace exploring Pittsburgh’s 90 diverse neighborhoods, visiting coffee shops and breweries, walking around the beautiful parks and introducing new friends to his beloved city.

Follow along with Ace's Pittsburgh adventures on Instagram at @AcePGHAdventures


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Trundle Manor

⊲ trundlemanor.com Featuring a private collection of weird things and vintage taxidermy, and specializing in “dead things in jars,” Trundle Manor is an artists’ residence and museum located in Pittsburgh’s Swissvale neighborhood.

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The Zenith

⊲ South Side The Zenith is Pittsburgh’s oldest vegan restaurant housed in an old factory in the South Side. Sharing its space with an antique/vintage store, the restaurant walls are covered with retro décor and local art with antiques, vintage clothing and jewelry, kitschy bric-abrac and more interspersed throughout the business. Even the tables and chairs you sit on are for sale.

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Bayernhof Museum

⊲ bayernhofmuseum.com The Bayernhof Museum is an eccentric, exciting mansion turned museum full of music boxes, rare and antique automatic music machines, specialty rooms and secret passages. Private tours are available for a one-of-a-kind musical adventure.

Follow the historic streetcar tracks to our Allentown neighborhood on Pittsburgh’s Hilltop. A step through our door is a step back in time. Hats & Fragrance • Tonics & Trinkets Grooming & Cosmetics • Local Artisans Novels & Novelties • Oils & Elixirs Apothecary & Spiritual Healing Cures & Curiosities Vintage Goods & Gifts

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Allegheny Cemetery Tour

⊲ alleghenycemetery.com Experience the Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh’s largest and oldest cemetery, on a guided tour featuring 300 acres of vibrant urban forest, stories of notable persons and families at rest and stunning memorial statuaries.

Inspired by Spirits™ LLC is owned and operated by 5th generation neighborhood natives. inspiredbyspirits.com


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satisfy your shopping needs!

You'll find a great variety of shops (big and small) all throughout the city.


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Pittsburgh is America's Maker Foundry Connect with Pittsburgh’s most talented makers. They make objects that enliven our homes and create accessories that bring us joy and style. And because they do this with heart and skill, their products are ones you’ll treasure for a lifetime. 1

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Enjoy handmade pet gear from Kin of Duncan, including a variety of matching mask and pet bandanna sets and a luxury fur kid line. 2

Combining style, music, art and culture, local lifestyle brand Daily Bread features a seasonal line of cottons, caps, vintage fabrics and more. 4








Celebrate Pittsburgh with a visit to Wildcard, showcasing locally curated and crafted themed gifts, stationary, clothing, original art and more. 5


Browse a 10,000-sq.-ft. warehouse full of fine art, antique and vintage furniture, decorative accessories and more at Mahla & Co. Antiques in the Strip District. The showroom features more than 50,000 items spanning the 17th-20th centuries. 3

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Explore Pittsburgh without spending a dime! From art galleries to historic sites and walking tours – there’s plenty of free activities to discover.

Kaufmann’s Clock

When exploring Downtown with friends or family, designate a meeting time under the Kaufmann’s clock – it’s a Pittsburgh tradition!



Choose from six different self-guided walking tours created by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation and experience Downtown Pittsburgh’s rich architectural history and stunning skyscrapers.

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Start your day with a drive up to the Mount Washington overlook for breathtaking views of Pittsburgh’s skyline. This vantage point offers unforgettable sights and endless photo ops.


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Visit the University of Pittsburgh for a free tour of the Nationality Rooms, where you can explore 31 classrooms that depict Pittsburgh’s ethnic heritages through authentic examples of architecture and décor.

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Swing by this state-of-the-art, public access glass education studio and bask in the contemporary glass gallery, view live hot glass demonstrations or pick up a handmade glass gift.


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End your day with a visit to Wood Street Galleries and traverse two floors of exhibition and performance space highlighting multidisciplinary artists from around the world.






Pittsburghers are proud of their city, and never is that more evident than in the 90 welcoming neighborhoods. Whether you seek the hip and trendy or the quiet and secluded, you’ll appreciate the culture and friendly feel Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods offer.

A city defined by its topography, Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods developed between the rivers, forests and rolling mountains and hills. Visitors will find it easy to walk, bike, bus or drive between neighborhoods featuring diverse food and cultural offerings, fantastic shopping, spacious parks, cool hangouts and more.


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Pittsburgh? Let Us Count the Reasons

Pittsburgh is a unique place, with plenty to offer visitors and residents alike. A city built on innovation, Pittsburgh continues to push the envelope with major contributions in technology, education, medicine and beyond. In fact, in 2021, WalletHub named Greater Pittsburgh its sixth-best metro area for STEM professionals.


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It’s a place for builders, creators, artists, makers, problemsolvers and innovators. Here, you can make a difference – a real impact on points that matter to you. And in Pittsburgh, your neighbors have your back, like the Pittsburgh Tech Council, which is driven to help its members connect with people and organizations they need for success. Best of all, in Pittsburgh, you can live more. You can enjoy your work and love your life outside of it. So, when you are ready to consider a move either for work, school, a great place to raise kids, attentive senior services or just a place to call home – move Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to the top of your list! Richard Nowitz



Pittsburgh is a great place to live, and it’s also a great place to work! From the hustle and bustle of Downtown to the laidback feel of the Strip District, Pittsburgh offers a variety of career opportunities in a wide range of fields.


Access to healthcare is extremely important when relocating, and Pittsburgh has proven to be a longtime leader in the medical field. With major healthcare providers that offer top-tier physicians and facilities, the latest in medical procedures and cutting-edge innovation in medical education, Pittsburgh’s healthcare scene is advancing every day.

⊲ Thriving Industries in Pittsburgh • AI: Software, Hardware, Robotics and Machine Learning • Cybersecurity • Life Science & Health

• Energy • Manufacturing & Logistics • Robotics

Pittsburgh is a hub for excellent education opportunities with top-rated school districts, colleges, universities and other post-secondary learning opportunities. In fact – did you know there are more than 30 colleges and universities in and around the region? Whether you’re searching for your career path or looking to expand your knowledge in a specific field, there are a wealth of opportunities in Pittsburgh.


If your family is multigenerational, Pittsburgh has a number of adult senior services. These services include senior centers, geriatric medical practices, employment opportunities and transportation services.

⊲ Home to seven Fortune 500 Companies

• Alcoa Corp. • PNC Financial Services Group Inc. • WESCO International Corp. • PPG Industries Inc. • Westinghouse Air Brake, Wabtec Corp. • Howmet Aerospace Inc. • United States Steel Corp.


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practices across work streams related to environmental hygiene, food service, customer journey, talent, public awareness and technology and equipment, including state-of-the-art standard operating procedures for environmental hygiene.


A completely customizable and mobile space, The Confluence, an Event Studio provides organizations the opportunity to live stream, pre-record presentations and host hybrid events.



The DLCC holds the highest rating for LEED® Platinum Certification in the U.S. From recycling to product use to conserving natural resources, a commitment to sustainability is made with each event, ensuring a reduced carbon impact… free of cost!


The DLCC’s unique sloping roofs help pull cool air from the outside, providing the building with a natural air ventilation system. Each air handler uses standard and above-standard minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) filters of 13 and 14.


The Platinum LEED®-certified David L. Lawrence Convention Center (DLCC) has both long-standing advantages over other meeting facilities and new, cutting-edge developments that will best serve meeting planners and attendees long into the future.


With more than 1.5 million feet of meeting and exhibit space, including columnfree exhibit halls, the DLCC allows for an abundance of spacing with flexibility and options. The building also features high ceilings, plenty of natural lighting and exceptional riverfront views.

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The DLCC works with a pair of onsite partners, Three Rivers Entertainment and showNets, who provide exceptional service and equipment, including cutting edge AV and lighting equipment rentals and 100% CISCO infrastructure with fully redundant fiber and custom wireless networks.


The premier outdoor event space in Downtown, this $3 million renovated feature boasts a sleek, modern design and can host up to 300 people. Additional features include plants native to Western Pennsylvania, teak seating fixtures, innovative uplighting and a 688-foot LED tube art installation.

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Whether you’re looking to host a city-wide conference, a hybrid event or a small gathering, Pittsburgh has what you’re looking for to provide an impressive experience for your attendees. Contact our experienced sales team and learn how you can safely host your next meeting in welcoming, friendly Pittsburgh.

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Nightlife Whether you’re looking for upscale nightclubs, a place to catch the game or local neighborhood hangouts, there are plenty of choices for entertaining nightlife in Pittsburgh – all within walking distance or a short shared ride away from hotels.

Want a little of everything rolled into one? Rivers Casino Pittsburgh is a premiere entertainment destination located on Pittsburgh’s North Shore. Experience a lively casino atmosphere featuring more than 2,700 slot machines, table games, including a live poker room, and BetRivers Sportsbook – the ultimate sports betting experience. Dine at one of six unique restaurants, order a cocktail at one of the casino’s swanky bars and enjoy live entertainment at the riverside amphitheater. Must be 21+ to be on property. GAMBLING PROBLEM? CALL 1-800-GAMBLER.


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Pittsburgh is conveniently located within 500 miles of nearly half the U.S. population. This makes for an easy trip for visitors, as the city is within a 90-minute flight of nearly half of North America’s population and within a six-hour car ride from 10 states, Washington, D.C., and Canada.






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PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONALAirport The highly-rated Pittsburgh International Airport is more than just an airport – It’s An Experience. Named “Airport of the Year” by Air Transport Magazine in 2017, Pittsburgh International Airport is a two-time Travel + Leisure Top-10 Domestic Airport honoree (2018, 2019). Most recently, Fast Company named the airport one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies in 2020. Pittsburgh International features an impressive mix of international brand stores and locally inspired products, giving travelers a complete shopping experience. It’s no wonder TripAdvisor ranked the airport a “Travelers’ Choice Favorite for Shopping.” Travelers can move about Pittsburgh International with confidence, too, as the airport is operating under the Safe Travels initiative, which in accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), boosts health and safety measures already in place throughout the facility. The initiative also includes enhanced protocols that outline best practices for reducing the spread of germs.

Nonstop Flights from Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh International Airport offers nonstop flights to a multitude of cities. Whether you’re from Pittsburgh and looking to plan your next trip, or you’ll be visiting the city for the first time, Pittsburgh International Airport proudly makes traveling quick and convenient, offering nonstop service throughout the United States, Europe, Canada and the Caribbean. For up-to-date information on specific airlines and routes, please visit FlyPittsburgh.com. Airport services for people with disabilities include reserved parking spaces, a discounted parking rate, TTY telephones for the deaf and hearing impaired, service animal relief areas, a sensory room, a family restroom with an adult changing table and wheelchair or porter service.

The airport has embraced innovation as part of the initiative, including partnering with a local robotics company to become the first airport in the world to deploy autonomous, robotic floor scrubbers with UV light. The world-class shopping and dining experience combined with its award-winning Art in the Airport program and growing air service options make Pittsburgh International Airport the premier gateway to Western Pennsylvania.

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AIRPORTTransportation By Taxi or Rideshare

Pittsburgh International Airport was one of the first airports in the country to allow pickups from ride-sharing companies like Uber, Lyft and zTrip. Rides can be ordered via the companies’ mobile apps. Riders should proceed to the Landside terminal, Baggage Claim level, and exit Door #4 to meet their driver at the Commercial Arrivals Curb. Here, there is a designated pickup area near the cab stand. Black car service can be ordered on demand through the zTrip mobile app. For up-to-date information on ground transportation providers, check out FlyPittsburgh.com. One-way fare between Pittsburgh International Airport and Downtown is about $45. Please note – pricing may fluctuate based on a variety of factors, including time of day.

By Public Transportation

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Best bargain in the ‘Burgh! One-way fare between Pittsburgh International Airport and Downtown and Oakland, as well as Robinson Towne Center, is $2.75 (exact change required) or $2.50 if using a ConnectCard, a reusable plastic smart card that makes paying your fares faster. Passengers are responsible for handling their bags when getting on and off the vehicle. Tipping the bus driver is permitted.


For those travelers who are dedicated Uber and Lyft users, be assured that both services are available in the Greater Pittsburgh area and are accessible by cellphone apps.

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Public Transportation

Port Authority of Allegheny County is the public transit agency for the Greater Pittsburgh area, providing bus, light rail (T) and incline services. Port Authority riders may pay to ride using cash (exact change), ConnectCards, prepaid tickets, passes, transfers or by showing ID for special fare programs, such as senior ID cards. Bus fares are paid as passengers board the bus. All rides are $2.75 cash (exact change) or $2.50 if using a pre-loaded ConnectCard which can be purchased at the Port Authority’s Downtown Service Center on Smithfield Street. When you ride, the cost of each trip will be deducted from the value stored on your card, and you won’t have to worry about exact change. For more information on ConnectCards, as well bus routes, please visit portauthority.org.

Taxis Serving Pittsburgh

All major hotels in the Downtown area have taxis and zTrip cars waiting outside their front doors. Taxi companies with Wheelchair Accessible Service include: ⊲ Air Star Access Paratransit • (412) 381-7230 ⊲ Classy Cab • (412) 322-5080 ⊲ Cranberry Taxi • (724) 282-3051 ⊲ VETaxi • (412) 481-VETS (8387) ⊲ zTrip • (412) 777-7777 zTrip is local! Open the zTrip app and select whether you want to ride like a VIP in an upscale, late-model black car or if you prefer to ride more casually in a comfortable zTrip cab. Decide whether you want to be picked up now or later depending on your travel plans. It’s easy to reserve a car, and you’ll always be riding with a licensed and insured driver.

If parking in the city, look for multi-space parking meters along the streets and in all Pittsburgh Parking Authority parking lots; these meters accept both change and Visa or Mastercard. To use, enter your license plate number at the kiosk and indicate payment of choice. Receipts do not need to be displayed on your car’s dashboard. Street meter hours vary, so check the pay kiosks for enforcement hours. Downtown street parking is free on Sundays and after 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Download the free Go Mobile PGH app for an alternative option to pay for parking using your mobile phone. This will save you time and money on parking. There is an option to extend parking time conveniently from your cell phone. Check real-time parking availability for selected Pittsburgh garages located in the Cultural District, Central Business District and North Shore with ParkPGH, a free service provided by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. See which garages have spaces right now, where the closest garage is to your destination and parking rates. Inventory is updated every 30 seconds and delivered to users via mobile web, iPhone app, text messaging, a traditional website and a call-in service.

Biking Options

With 42 miles of bike lanes throughout the city – and more on the way – getting around Pittsburgh on two wheels has never been easier! Add to that the 24 miles of riverfront trails, and you have easy access to city neighborhoods. Hop on one of the Healthy Ride bikes, available at 100+ stations strategically placed throughout the city and sanitized regularly using EPA-approved disinfectants. To expedite your ride, register in advance at healthyridepgh.com. Golden Triangle Bike is a great seasonal service to utilize for Pittsburgh bike rentals, equipment, gear, bike service and tours. Guided and self-guided tour options with awesome bikes and world-class trails promise an experience that you’ll never forget. Whether you are taking a loop through the South Side or a multi-day journey along the Great Allegheny Passage to Washington, D.C., Golden Triangle Bike offers tour packages for all levels.


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n your next visit, extend your stay to the Pittsburgh region with an excursion or two in the surrounding counties.

From skiing to boating and everything in between, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy all four seasons in Southwestern Pennsylvania. A trip in the fall to catch the picturesque, vibrant colors of the changing leaves throughout the region is highly recommended. Moraine State Park in Butler County features a 3,225acre lake, 71 miles of trails and 42 miles of shoreline. Visitors can hike, bike, boat, ride their horses, snowmobile…the list goes on. Head to Laurel Highlands to book a guided rafting tour with White Water Adventures on the Youghiogheny River in Ohiopyle State Park. While you’re there, enjoy camping, rock climbing, stand-up paddle boarding and more in Pennsylvania’s largest state park. Or, relax with a spa day at the luxurious Nemacolin resort. History buffs have their pick of excellent daytrips as well. Learn about the Harmony Society, one of the oldest and most successful religious communal groups of the 19th century, at Old Economy Village in Beaver County. Or, drive south into Washington County and visit Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village, the oldest site of human habitation in North America. There are plenty of things to see and do throughout the region. As you start planning your next visit, add an extra day or two to explore beyond Pittsburgh.


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Frank LloydWright Frank Lloyd Wright, named the “greatest American architect of all time” by the American Institute of Architects, created some of the most innovative spaces in the United States. Pittsburgh residents and visitors can visit four of his masterpieces in the Laurel Highlands, just a short, 60-minute drive from Pittsburgh.

FALLINGWATER No trip to Pittsburgh is complete without a visit to Fallingwater, one of 24 UNESCO World Heritage sites in the U.S. and tabbed one of “50 Places of a Lifetime” by National Geographic. Once a vacation home for the Kaufmann family of Pittsburgh, the house is dramatically cantilevered over a waterfall, providing endless photo and selfie opportunities. Tickets for tours, including self-guided and guided experiences and family field trips, must be purchased in advanced.

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Book a night at the Duncan House at Polymath Park Resort, one of only four Frank Lloyd Wright homes in the U.S. that offers overnight lodging. Built in 1957 in Lisle, Illinois, the home was saved and dismantled in 2007 before finding a new resting spot in the Laurel Highlands. This light-soaked house also features an open living/dining area and a natural stone fireplace.

Marvel at the home that appears as if it is one with the mountain! Designed on a hexagonal module, Kentuck Knob, a small, one-story Usonian house, sits more than 2,000 feet above the Youghiogheny River and boasts elegant, open living spaces, a functional kitchen at its core and expansive panoramic views of the Youghiogheny River Gorge and the Laurel Highlands mountains.


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MÄNTYLÄ HOUSE Also nestled inside Polymath Park, Mäntylä House features dramatic angles and prows that seamlessly blend in with the surrounding nature. Mäntylä, meaning “of the pines,” offers daily tours and overnight accommodations.


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Simply Beautiful Amish Country The second largest old order Amish community in Pennsylvania is in Lawrence County. Learn about their culture with a drive yourself map or experience a guided tour of homes, businesses, and the Amish Countryside! Make it more than a one day visit and spend the night in a beautiful B&B, Inn or hotel.


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GET A FREE TRAVEL GUIDE AT VISITLAWRENCECOUNTY.COM OR CALL 724-654-8408 Mines & Meadows The only premier ATV, dirt bike, side by side riding resort and campground with underground riding in the Northeast. 84 miles of recreational trails on 877 acres of land, you will never stop exploring. This unique attraction is located in Wampum, the first trail town in PA and is part of the North Country Trail system.

Connoquenessing Outdoors Ellwood City, known for “small town, big living”, offers guided white water rafting, canoe, kayaking, and beautiful scenic hikes through the nature trail at Ewing Park. This community is worth that second look for affordable housing, worthy shopping, and PIE; Pride in Ellwood!


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Discover what lies north of the city; what you find might surprise you! Steeped in rich history, Butler County boasts rolling hills, charming towns, breathtaking views, distinctive brewpubs, and quirky attractions. Sometimes the best treasures are found off Call 866-856-8444 or explore the beaten path. www.VisitButlerCounty.com to request a FREE Butler County More. Official Visitors Guide with maps — andExplore itineraries!

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Yogi Bear’s Jellystone ParkTM at Kozy Rest is an award-winning, family-centered campground set on 34 beautiful wooded acres in Harrisville, Pennsylvania. The camp-resort offers tent sites, full-hookup campsites for RVs and full-service luxury rental cabins, as well as a host of activities and amenities. 724-735-2417 449 Campground Rd., Harrisville, PA 16038 www.PittsburghJellystone.com

Playthings Etc. is the World’s Coolest Toy store experience! Inside this spaceshipshaped building are awesome toys for the entire family! While inside, you can play with toys and see cool demonstrations. Come see why everyone loves Playthings Etc.! 724-285-7529 2483 William Flynn Hwy., Butler, PA 16001 www.playthings-etc.com

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Pittsburgh area’s largest hobby store with something for everyone! You’ll find everything from remote control cars, planes, boats and helis, model kits, puzzles, trains and so much more. Toys for all ages. Just off I-79 & I-76. WE SELL FUN!

Located in the heart of Harmony’s National Historic Landmark District, we offer up our publick tavern for your social pleasures and camaraderie. Enjoy our German-infused entrées paired with handcrafted drinks from our full bar and 56 independent craft beers on draft. Dine in our private rooms or under the stars on our outdoor patio.

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Map Out Your Day

Planning the perfect day in Butler County just got a lot easier! Download our mapping tool designed to help you explore the area, including popular restaurants, top attractions, shopping and points of interest. You can digitally map out your own itinerary, share your plans via email, SMS or social media, and take it with you on your phone. The interactive planning tool is accessible via our mobile app Visit Butler County, PA! or on our website.

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If the forest is full of hostiles, or the Slippery Rock Creek is too high, we are happy to please with our own canning company to provide you with our unique brews and canned provisions throughout the territory. Visit our Canning operation and Taproom for tours of brewery and Growing Together Aquaponics System while enjoying events and craft food from our Hippie Ship. Grab a beer and take a hike! 724-794-BEER 111 Arrowhead Dr., Unit B, Slippery Rock, PA 16057 www.NorthCountryBrewing.com

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Adventure into our carved tavern right in the heart of Slippery Rock. Enjoy an experience with our locally foraged menu and house made beers. We are located a pebble toss from Moraine State Park, Jennings Environmental Center and Slippery Rock University. We deliver the freshest ingredients from our neighbors farms and our very own Growing Together Aquaponics System. We live farm to fork and pasture to pint. Farm Eat Drink and Repeat! 724-794-BEER 141 S. Main St., Slippery Rock, PA 16057 www.NorthCountryBrewing.com


ACCOMMODATIONS Airport/West Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Airport Settlers Ridge 412-788-4404, 800-321-2211 courtyardsettlersridge.com You have arrived at a whole new kind of stay where you can connect, eat, work and relax in our smartly designed stateof-the-art spaces. DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Airport 412-329-1400, 412-329-1413 pittsburghairport.doubletree.com An airport area full service hotel featuring 14,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space. Boutique style guest rooms with upgraded amenities, 24-hour business center and complimentary airport shuttle. Drury Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Ridge Road 800-378-7946, druryhotels.com Drury Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Settlers Ridge opened in April 2018. Located at I-376 and Ridge Road just minutes away from Downtown Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh International Airport. Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Airport/Robinson Township 412-859-9070, marriott.com/pitwf The BRAND NEW Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Airport is here to impress! Enjoy our free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, indoor pool/jacuzzi and complimentary business center! Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Neville Island 412-264-4722, 800-Marriott fairfieldnevilleisland.com Experience a great location and terrific service at the new Fairfield Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Neville Island, a perfect choice for business and leisure travelers alike! Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Airport South - Settlers Ridge 412-788-4440, 800-HAMPTON pittsburghsettlersridge. hamptonbyhilton.com Sitting atop I-376, the brand new Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Airport South-Settlers Ridge brings style and comfort to Settlers Ridge, one of Pittsburgh’s premier shopping and dining locations. Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport 412-205-5400 hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com Pittsburgh airport area’s newest hotel featuring 139-guest rooms, banquet/ meeting space and an on-site restaurant. Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport South/Robinson Township 412-788-9500 pittsburghairportsouthrobinson township.hgi.com Located just west of Downtown Pittsburgh and minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport, our Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport South/Robinson Township offers the perfect blend of business and leisure amenities.


Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh-Airport 412-788-8400, 866-236-7250 hiexpress.com/pitairport Completely renovated 149-room, garden-style hotel featuring free business center, outdoor pool, exercise room, daily complimentary breakfast, complimentary high-speed internet access, free airport transportation, free parking and free bus parking. Homewood Suites Pittsburgh Airport/Robinson Mall Area 412-490-0440 homewoodsuitespittsburghairport.com Modern all-suite hotel offering studio and one-bedroom suites with full kitchens, complimentary hot breakfast, dinner (M-Th), shuttle service, fitness center, meeting rooms and saline pool.

Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Downtown 412-434-5551, 800-321-2211 courtyardpittsburghdowntown.com Enjoy enhanced cleanliness, stylishly renovated rooms, flexible meeting and event spaces and easy access to everything Downtown Pittsburgh has to offer when you book at Courtyard Pittsburgh Downtown. Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh, Curio Collection by Hilton 412-339-1870 distrikthotelpittsburgh.com Opened in August 2017 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Elements like vaulted beams, original woodwork and the limestone exterior from 1923 remain intact.

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh Airport 412-494-0202, 888-492-8847 hyattplacepittsburghairport.com We invite you to stay at our hotel near major Pittsburgh attractions. Discover our inviting, spacious guestrooms and great amenities including free Wi-Fi, indoor pool, fitness center and on-site dining. Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport 724-899-1234, 800-233-1234 pittsburghairport.regency.hyatt.com Directly connected to airport, featuring the Grand Bed, 60-inch flat screen TVs and bellfarm Kitchen | Bar featuring breakfast, lunch and dinner. Coffee bar with Starbucks coffee. 24-hour in-room dining available. Pittsburgh Airport Marriott 412-788-8800, 800-328-9297 pittsburghairportmarriott.com The Pittsburgh Airport Marriott is minutes from the airport with comp shuttle and free parking. Total of 318-guest rooms, 12,000 sq. ft. of function space and beautiful outdoor space. Red Roof PLUS+ Pittsburgh South - Airport 412-787-7870, 800-RED-ROOF redroof.com We offer our guests free, verified Wi-Fi, a free expanded cable package featuring HBO and free coffee in the lobby. Red Roof PLUS+ Pittsburgh South - Airport is a pet-friendly hotel. Sheraton Pittsburgh Airport Hotel 412-262-2400, marriott.com/pitsa 199 guest rooms which include one Presidential Suite, four Parlor Suites and Club Lounge on Executive floor. Six miles from airport, 14 miles from Downtown. Meeting facilities, restaurant and entertainment. Downtown AC Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown 412-281-9300, Marriott.com/PITAR Enjoy timeless European-inspired guest rooms at AC Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown. Right into the heart of this exciting city with David L. Lawrence Convention Center just a short walk away. Cambria Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown 412-381-6687 cambriasuitespittsburgh.com Located next to PPG Paints Arena, this all-suite hotel is perfect for business & leisure travelers alike. Spacious suites, two restaurant & bar options, indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness center, dedicated parking deck & courtesy shuttle.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown 412-281-5800, 800-225-5858 doubletreepittdowntown.com The Doubletree by Hilton Pittsburgh is the favorite place to stay! Walkable to everything or take the T. Enjoy the largest guest rooms in the city and our chocolate chip cookies!

Drury Plaza - Pittsburgh Downtown 412-281-2900, 412-281-2093 druryhotels.com/locations/pittsburgh-pa/ Drury-Plaza-Hotel-Pittsburgh-Downtown Now open Drury Plaza Downtown Pittsburgh is a historic renovation. Free hot breakfast, 5:30 kickback rotating menu of hot food, beer, wine and mixed drinks, Wi-Fi and fitness center. Valet parking fee. Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown 412-338-2200 pittsburghdowntown.embassysuites.com A full service, all suites hotel with indoor pool, industrial-inspired flexible event space of 6,600 sq. ft. and amazing urban views of Downtown Pittsburgh. EVEN™ Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown 412-301-2277 evenhotels.com/pittsburghdwtn Located in the heart of Downtown, EVEN™ Hotel Pittsburgh is a historic renovation of the former Kaufman’s Department Store, 3 blocks from the Convention Center, PNC Park and Heinz Field. Fairfield Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown 412-515-2100 marriott.com/hotels/travel/pitdf Fairfield Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown is excited to welcome their guests to the newest lodging experience in Pittsburgh.

Fairmont Pittsburgh 412-773-8800, 888-270-6647 fairmont.com/pittsburgh Located in the heart of Downtown, Fairmont Pittsburgh, a contemporary Four Diamond property and home to the award-winning Floor 2 restaurant and Health Club & Spa at Fairmont Pittsburgh. Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh-Downtown 412-288-4350, 800-Hampton pittsburghdowntownsuites. hamptoninn.com Our hotel recently completed an extensive renovation in 2020! Wireless charging, 55” TV’s and quartz countertops are just a few of the upgrades, and yes, parking is still free! Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown 412-281-5557, 800-HILTONS pittsburghdowntown.hgi.com Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown offers an excellent central location in the heart of Market Square. Offering a wealth of inviting restaurants, bars and cafes. Homewood Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown 412-232-0200 pittsburghdowntown. homewoodsuites.com All-suite extended stay hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh providing modern accommodations in a home-like setting. Complimentary breakfast and evening dinner and drinks Monday-Thursday, Wi-Fi, fitness center and indoor pool. The Industrialist Hotel, Pittsburgh, Autograph Collection 412-430-4444, 412-249-4826 theindustrialisthotel.com 124-room upscale Autograph Collection Hotel by Marriott in Downtown Pittsburgh. Onsite full service restaurant. Boardroom onsite. Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh 412-471-1170, 800-546-7866 monaco-pittsburgh.com Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh includes 248-guestrooms, 11,300 sq. ft. of event space including private rooftop space. Add award-winning dining and elegant amenities and you have the ultimate luxury boutique hotel stay. Omni William Penn Hotel 412-281-7100, 412-553-5000 omnihotels.com/pittsburgh Pittsburgh’s premier hotel located in the heart of the business, cultural and entertainment district. 597 luxurious accommodations offering modern services, four restaurants and two lounges. Pittsburgh’s only 4 diamond convention hotel. Pittsburgh Marriott City Center 412-471-4000, 888-456-6600 marriott.com/pitdt Explore Pennsylvania from the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center and discover a hotel destination offering style with substance. Consistently a winner of TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence, we offer modern intuitive service. Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel 412-562-1200, 866-454-4400 renaissancepittsburghpa.com An inspirational landmark, a bold fusion of classic and contemporary. Located in the heart of the vibrant Cultural District and is one of the most historic hotels in Downtown Pittsburgh.

Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square 412-261-2000, 800-325-3535 Marriott.com/PITPS The only riverfront property in Pittsburgh, Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square offers on-site restaurants, a spacious indoor heated pool and rooms with inspiring views of Downtown.

Lawrenceville TRYP by Wyndham Pittsburgh | Lawrenceville 412-687-TRYP (8797), tryppittsburgh.com In the historic Washington Education Center building at the 40th Street Bridge, this boutique hotel is located in the center of what TIME Magazine named “The Coolest Neighborhood in America.”

Hampton Inn McKnight Road 412-939-3200, 800-426-7866 hamptoninn.com Hotel with 107 rooms equipped with coffeemakers, irons/boards, hair dryers, individually controlled HVAC units, direct dial phones with voicemail, cable TVs with free in-room movie channel and pay-per-view. Indoor pool/whirlpool.

Residence Inn by Marriott North Shore 412-321-2099, marriott.com/pitrn Studio, one-and-two bedroom suites with separate living areas and full kitchens. Complimentary hot breakfast buffet, free wired or wireless internet, fitness center, pool, complimentary shuttle service and pet friendly.

Westin Pittsburgh 412-281-3700, 800-WESTIN-1 westinpittsburgh.com Westin Pittsburgh provides a refreshing retreat in the heart of Pittsburgh. Enjoy stunning views from our 616 luxurious rooms/suites. 42,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. 24-hour room service; two restaurants.

Monroeville/East Courtyard Pittsburgh/Monroeville 412-856-8680, 800-MARRIOTT marriott.com/pitmr Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh/ Monroeville is only 13 miles east of Downtown Pittsburgh. Located just minutes off of Interstate 376 and Pittsburgh exit 57 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Hampton Inn Wexford 412-528-1901, 800-774-1500, hilton.com Welcome to the brand new Hampton Inn conveniently located 15 minutes north of Downtown Pittsburgh via I-279 and minutes away from Cranberry Township, one of Pittsburgh’s fastest growing metropolitan areas.

SpringHill Suites Pittsburgh North Shore 412-323-9005, marriott.com/pitns 198-studio suites with one king or two queen beds, coffee maker, microwave and refrigerator. Business center, wireless internet, indoor pool, complimentary breakfast, fitness center and Market. Parking (fee). Hotel is smoke-free.

Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown 412-391-4600 wyndhamgrandpittsburgh.com 712 guest rooms and 60,000 sq. ft. of function space that offer configurations which provide the backdrop for event success. We can accommodate groups up to 2,000 people. East End Ace Hotel Pittsburgh 412-361-3300, acehotel.com Ace Hotel Pittsburgh makes its home in a century-old former YMCA building at the heart of East Liberty. SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Bakery Square 412-362-8600, marriott.com/pitel Located in the Bakery Square complex in Pittsburgh’s East End. Enjoy all-suite accommodations, indoor garage parking, complimentary breakfast featuring hot selections and free Wi-Fi. Complimentary access to adjacent LA Fitness. Green Tree DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh - Green Tree 412-922-8400, 800-222-8733 pittsburghgreentree.doubletree.com 460 guest rooms, 10 suites and 40,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Two separate ballrooms. 17 breakout rooms with flexible seating. 4 miles to Downtown. 14 miles to Airport. Free parking. Hampton Inn Pittsburgh Green Tree 412-922-0100, 800-HAMPTON hamptoninnpittsburghgreentree.com Cozy, comfortable affordable Hampton Inn, located just 3 miles from Downtown Pittsburgh. Minutes from airport and convention center. Renovated guest rooms, lobby and brand new outdoor pool. Free shuttle Downtown. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh West - Greentree 412-922-7070, hiexpress.com/pittsburghwest Complimentary hot breakfast bar, free area airport shuttle and cable TV. Indoor pool, fitness center, Jacuzzi rooms. Three miles from Downtown, 5 miles from the airport. Three station business center. Motel 6 - Pittsburgh Crafton 412-922-9400, 800-4-MOTEL6 motel6.com Located 7 miles from the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 10 miles from Heinz Stadium and the Rivers Casino, and 15 miles from Pittsburgh International Airport and Kennywood Amusement Park.

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Monroeville Convention Center 412-843-4400, 412-373-7300 doubletreemonroeville.com Guest rooms and meetings, tradeshows and special event space to meet every need. Easy access location 2 miles from Pennsylvania Turnpike and 12 miles east of Downtown Pittsburgh. Residence Inn (Wilkins Township) 412-816-1300, marriott.com/pitpm Studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom suites, separate living areas and full kitchens, complimentary hot breakfast buffet, fitness center, pool, sport court, pet friendly, complimentary evening social, 24-hour market and complimentary parking. SpringHill Suites Monroeville/Pittsburgh 412-380-9100, 800-MARRIOTT marriott.com/pitmv SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh/ Monroeville is only 13 miles east of Downtown Pittsburgh. Located just minutes off of Interstate 376 and Pittsburgh Exit 57 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. North Comfort Inn McKnight Road 412-415-3867, comfortinn.com Conveniently located near some of the best attractions that Pittsburgh has to offer. Cost-conscious travelers will appreciate our close proximity to Heinz Field, PNC Park and the Pittsburgh Convention Center. DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Cranberry 724-776-6900, 724-778-4175 dtcranberry.com Just 15 miles north of Pittsburgh and 25 miles to the Pittsburgh airport, at the intersection of I-79 and the PA Turnpike. Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh North/McCandless 412-227-9600, 800-Marrriott marriott.com/pitfm The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott is now open in McCandless Crossing. Perfect for business travelers, wedding parties and traveling sports teams, conveniently located to dining and shopping, #StayAmazing!

Home2 Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh/McCandless 412-630-8400 pittsburghmccandless.home2suites.com Just eight miles from Downtown Pittsburgh, our suburban location puts you close to local businesses, restaurants and colleges but within easy reach of the excitement of Downtown. Staybridge Suites Pittsburgh Cranberry Township 724-779-2900 staybridge.com/cranberrypa Cranberry’s newest extended-stay hotel! Our guests enjoy large suites that feature full kitchens and spacious work space. We look forward to the opportunity to be your home away from home. TownePlace Suites Pittsburgh Harmarville 412-423-1900, marriott.com/pitne Brand new extended stay Marriott TownePlace Suites, all-suite hotel with fully equipped kitchens, indoor pool, fitness facility, free breakfast, Wi-Fi, fire pit, grills and shuttle within 5 miles. North Shore/North Side Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh North Shore 412-323-0300 ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/ us/en/pittsburgh/pitns/hoteldetail The Holiday Inn Express & Suites North Shore blends design and functionality with modern amenities sure to suit your needs. Experience unparalleled service at a fantastic location on your next visit. Hyatt Place Pittsburgh North Shore 412-321-3000 hyattplacepittsburghnorthshore.com Located on the North Shore within walking distance to popular area attractions such as PNC Park, Heinz Field and Rivers Casino. The Inn on the Mexican War Streets 412-231-6544 innonthemexicanwarstreets.com Stay at one of Pittsburgh’s most historic properties located on the historic Mexican War Streets within walking distance to major Downtown attractions. The Priory Hotel 412-231-3338, 866-377-4679 thepriory.com Carefully restored to modern standards, the Priory Hotel is a 42-room historic boutique hotel located in Pittsburgh’s thriving North Shore, just minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh.

Oakland Hampton Inn Pittsburgh University/Medical Center 412-681-1000, 800-HAMPTON pittsburghuniversitycenter. hamptoninn.com Oakland’s finest hotel is conveniently located near the universities, hospitals and only two miles from Downtown. Features complimentary hot breakfast buffet daily, free Oakland/Downtown shuttle service and parking (fees apply)! Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh University Place 412-683-2040 pittsburghuniversityplace.hgi.com 202-room, full-service hotel located in Oakland. Meeting space in 12 rooms for five-250 people. Complimentary shuttle service currently suspended.

Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh University-Oakland 412-621-0880, 877-834-3613 hotelindigo.com/pittsburghuni Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh UniversityOakland gives nod to its steel mill past and its high-tech existence today. Spacious guestrooms and stylish meeting space make for a distinct corporate or social experience.

The Oaklander Hotel 412-578-8500, 877-829-2429 theoaklanderhotel.com A hotel exactly like nothing else awaits in the heart of Pittsburgh’s vibrant Oakland neighborhood. Welcome to the The Oaklander Hotel, a Marriott Autograph Collection property. Residence Inn Pittsburgh Oakland/University Place 412-621-5600, marriott.com/pitrd This custom-built, all-suite hotel in central Oakland is perfect for visiting the local universities or long-term business stays. Conveniently located near UPMC hospitals in the Oakland neighborhood.


Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center 412-682-6200, 800-864-8287 wyndham.com In the heart of Oakland, Pittsburgh’s medical, educational and cultural community. Full-service hotel providing complimentary local shuttle, meeting rooms for 10-400, indoor pool, exercise room, Foster’s Bar Grill and parking available. Regional Resorts Nemacolin 724-329-8555, 866-406-6957 nemacolin.com Experience the magic of Nemacolin, an expansive resort in the Laurel Highlands offering elevated accommodations, show-stopping dining, premium golf, serene spa services and fun for all. Adventure awaits. Seven Springs Mountain Resort 800-452-2223, 7springs.com Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Pennsylvania’s Outdoor Adventure Headquarters, is the perfect place for winter or summer family vacations that create lifelong memories! Shadyside Courtyard by Marriott - Shadyside 412-683-3113, 800-321-2211 courtyardshadyside.com Located in Pittsburgh’s world-renowned academic, medical and cultural community and minutes from Downtown Pittsburgh. Featuring 132 beautifully appointed guest rooms, Courtyard Cafe, cocktail lounge and Starbucks. HYATT House Pittsburgh/ Bloomfield/Shadyside 412-621-9900 hyatthousepittsburghbloomfield shadyside.com Awarded Highest Guest Satisfaction Among Upper Extended Stay Hotels by J.D. Power, nestled in Pittsburgh’s thriving East End. Minutes from shopping, dining and entertainment of Bloomfield, Shadyside, East Liberty, Lawrenceville and Oakland. The Mansions on Fifth 412-381-5105, mansionsonfifth.com The Mansions on Fifth comprises of two turn-of-the-century mansions and boasts 22 guestrooms and suites with many common areas, including the formal dining room, fitness room and Oak Room lounge. South Crowne Plaza Hotel and Suites Pittsburgh South 412-833-5300, 877-227-6963 crowneplaza.com/pittsburghso Completely renovated in Spring 2016, this hotel features great event space and a brand new restaurant concept. Located across the street from a major mall. Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe 724-743-5000, 877-782-9444 pittsburghsouthpointe.stayhgi.com Find us off I-79 in Southpointe Business Park. We’re two miles from Printscape Arena at Southpointe and minutes from Peters Lake Park, Tanger Outlets and Meadows Racetrack & Casino.


SpringHill Suites Mt. Lebanon 412-563-6300, marrriott.com/pitle Welcome to the SpringHill Suites by Marriott® Pittsburgh Mt. Lebanon, a hotel with space and style at an attractive price, ideal for business or leisure.

Doone’s Inn at Oakmont 412-828-0410, doonesinnatoakmont.com Nestled beside the world’s most celebrated golf course and ideally located to enjoy all that Pittsburgh has to offer - Doone’s Inn is an ideal retreat for golfers and visitors alike.

The Parador Inn 412-231-4800, 877-540-1443 theparadorinn.com A Caribbean-style bed and breakfast with nine guest accommodations, off-street parking, large courtyard and 2,000-sq.-ft. ballroom

South Side HYATT House Pittsburgh South Side 412-390-2477, hyatthouse.com The HYATT house Pittsburgh South Side is situated by SouthSide Works entertainment district. This brand new hotel features complimentary breakfast, high-speed internet, indoor pool, fitness center and cocktail lounge.

Heather Hill Inn 724-831-9893, heatherhillinn.com Experience the country living on a 185-acre estate. We invite you to stop in and surround yourself with everything you need to relax and enjoy life’s simple pleasures.

Pittsburgh Bed & Breakfast Association 412-714-3571, pittsburghbnb.com Pittsburgh’s bed and breakfasts offer a welcome respite from today’s hectic lifestyle. Guests can select from the elegant to the rustic, from city to town and country.

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh SouthSide Works 412-488-8003, springhillsuites.com/pitss The SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh SouthSide Works is a newly opened hotel located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s historic South Side neighborhood. The hotel is an allsuite property. Waterfront Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Waterfront 412-462-7301, 800-321-2211 marriott.com/pithw Perfectly situated in Pittsburgh’s premier shopping and entertainment complex in the area and will provide guests with all the luxuries you come to expect away from home. Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh/ Waterfront - West Homestead 412-462-4226, 412-205-5985 hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/ pennsylvania/hampton-inn-and-suitespittsburgh-waterfront-west-homesteadPITWHHX/index The Waterfront is noted for its historical landmarks. Hotel offers free breakfast, indoor pool, exercise room, free parking, free Wi-Fi and outdoor patio overlooking the river. Holiday Inn Express - Waterfront 412-205-3904 hiexpress.com/pittsburgheast Cost-conscious travelers will appreciate our proximity to the Great Allegheny Passage Bike Trail, Kennywood Amusement Park, Sandcastle Waterpark, PPG Paints, PNC Park, Heinz Field and the Pittsburgh Convention Center. Alternative Etage Executive Living 412-646-8696, stayetage.com Live in the heart of bustling Market Square at Etage Executive Living to enjoy a world of premier shopping, dining and easy access to the Cultural District. Stay Pittsburgh 412-204-6175, staypittsburgh.com The most affordable place to stay Downtown, conveniently located near all stadiums, the convention center, plus nightlife, museums and iconic tourist spots. Bed & Breakfast Cabin Fever Inn Bed & Breakfast 412-443-5408, 724-483-5456 cabinfeverinnb-b.com Enjoy the comfort of this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, completely furnished home located on 20 acres near California University in Southwestern PA.

Heslet House Bed & Breakfast 724-241-3993, 724-462-7228 heslethouse.com An early American log house B&B in historic Old Economy Village. Just 15 miles northwest of Pittsburgh. An award-winning, comfortable and friendly stay you deserve. Inn on the Mexican War Streets 412-231-6544 innonthemexicanwarstreets.com Stay at one of Pittsburgh’s most historic properties located on the historic Mexican War Streets within walking distance to major Downtown attractions. The John Butler House 412-751-6670, butlersgolf.com Located at Butler’s Golf Course, 45 minutes southeast of Downtown Pittsburgh. This comfortable country home overlooks the 18th green. You don’t have to be a golfer to enjoy the scenery or the Yough River Trail.

Sun and Cricket Bed and Breakfast 724-444-6300, sunandcricket.com On a secluded estate 30 minutes from Pittsburgh, the Sun and Cricket offers two nature-inspired suites with private porches, fireplaces and dry bars. Enjoy the outdoor swimming pool and gourmet breakfasts. Campgrounds Bear Run Campground & Cabins 724-368-3564, 888-737-2605 bearruncampground.com Bordering beautiful Moraine State Park at Lake Arthur. Area’s foremost family camping facility. Full-hookup RV sites, tenting, cabins, canoes and group areas. Only 1/2 hour to Pittsburgh via I-79, I-279. Interstate 79, Exit 96.

The Mainstay at Saxonburg 724-360-2651 themainstayatsaxonburg.com Mainstay B&B, built in 1835, became an operating B&B in 1991. Today, it is a beautiful, 5-star B&B with 4 rooms with private bathrooms & all modern hotel conveniences.

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The Mellor House Bed & Breakfast 412-427-2778, mellorhouse.com Breakfasts served with china, silver and linens in dining room, porch or gardens. Nearby highway access to culture, shopping and restaurants within 8 miles. Perfect for tourists, graduate students and professionals!

724-924-2415 rosepointpark.com Family camping in charming, fullservice log cabins, Yurts and camp sites. Located just north of Pittsburgh near McConnells Mill State Park. Heated pool, fishing, hiking trails. Relaxing for you, fun for the kids!

Morning Glory Inn 412-431-1707, gloryinn.com An 1862 Italianate Victorian brick in Historic East Birmingham opened as a BnB in 1996. A 1999 engagement initiated an innovative “Blueprint” for an inside/outside “New Orleans” lush Courtyard Wedding venue. Morning Sun Inn 412-478-9016, morningsuninn.com Step into a cozy yet modern oasis in the heart of Pittsburgh’s thriving East End. Provides guests with the amenities of a hotel with all the comforts of a home. Oak Noggin Bed & Breakfast LLC 412-714-3571, oaknoggin.com Assembled from the original hewn oak logs of two 18th century frontier homes, Oak Noggin is a cozy and tranquil getaway. Enjoy all the modern conveniences in a private, early American atmosphere.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Kozy Rest 724-735-2417, pittsburghjellystone.com A four-time “Park of the Year,” awardwinning, family-centered campground just one hour north of Pittsburgh. The camp resort offers tent sites, fullhookups for RVs, luxury rental cabins and daily activities.

ATTRACTIONS Beer, Wine & Spirits Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar, Inc. 412-682-7699, arsenalciderhouse.com A home-based, family-owned, U.S. Civil War thematic winery specializing in artisanal hard apple cider, cider-style fruit and grape wines and mead (yup, honey wine!).

Cinderlands Beer Co. 412-251-0656, cinderlands.com We are a craft brewery and scratch kitchen. We make beer and food that reflects the diversity of our community – both contemporary and familiar, highquality, inventive, serious and fun. Cinderlands Warehouse 412-209-1575, cinderlands.com/locations/ cinderlands-warehouse Located in the Strip District, Cinderlands Warehouse is our second craft brewery and scratch kitchen. The Warehouse is our destination for familiar brews and classic dishes. Maggie’s Farm Distilling 412-709-6480, maggiesfarmrum.com Maggie’s Farm is a craft distillery producing America’s most awarded rum since our inception. We provide tastings and bottle sales and feature craft cocktails Thursdays-Sundays. McLaughlin Distillery 412-737-1840, mclaughlindistillery.com A veteran-owned craft distillery which specializes in small-batch bourbons, whiskeys and naturally flavored moonshines. We offer tours, tastings and bottle sales seven days a week. Pittsburgh Brewers Guild, Inc. pittsburghbreweries.com The Pittsburgh Brewers Guild represents the 30+ breweries in Allegheny County in an effort to promote craft beer tourism to the City of Champions. Pittsburgh Brewing Company 412-682-7400, pittsburghbrewing.com Pittsburgh Brewing takes pride in its commitment to excellence and to preserving integrity, quality and tradition of the company. PBC also focuses, of course, on brewing great beer! Pittsburgh Winery 412-566-1000, pittsburghwinery.com A boutique urban winery, tasting room and intimate music venue producing exceptional dry artisan wines made from California’s finest grapes. The art, music and vibe of the cellar are beautiful. R Wine Cellar 412-562-9463, rwinecellar.com Located in the historic Pittsburgh Strip District, R Wine Cellar is a family urban winery established to bring a world of wine tasting and experiences home to Pittsburgh. Refucilo Winery 412-251-0231, refucilo.wine We are located on Western Avenue in Pittsburgh’s North Side community. We produce high quality Argentinian wines which we sell at our store, complemented by specialty tapas. Wigle Whiskey 412-224-2827, wiglewhiskey.com Wigle Whiskey Distillery, Restaurant and Mini-Museum, located in the Strip District, is the most awarded Whiskey Distillery in the country. Visit for an array of delicious spirits and tours. Casinos/Gaming Venues Rivers Casino 412-231-7777, riverscasino.com Rivers Casino Pittsburgh offers exciting slots, table games, poker and hybrid gaming, with live DJs, diverse restaurant options, rentable event space, BetRivers Sportsbook action – and much more.

Entertainment Venues/Districts Allentown CDC 412-586-5807, pittsburghhilltopalliance.org Allentown is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh’s south hilltop. Allentown boasts homes on hillsides surrounding an eclectic business district, Grandview Park with panoramic views of Downtown, the Bluff and South Side. Aspinwall Chamber of Commerce 412-719-7093, aspinwallchamber.com One of the truly pristine river towns of Southwestern PA. Business district boasts sophisticated boutiques, gift and antique shops, fabulous restaurants and fine food purveyors, wellness spa and fitness opportunities. Benedum Center for the Performing Arts 412-456-6666, trustarts.org This historical, restored 2,889-seat theater hosts concerts, Broadway musicals and a wide variety of regional, national and international performance arts groups. Owned and operated by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Board & Brush Pittsburgh North 412-407-9100 boardandbrush.com/pittsburghnorth A creative studio for creating fun and unique wood decor projects from scratch while enjoying a fun, instructorled atmosphere, and we’re BYOB. Byham Theater 412-456-6666 (Box Office), trustarts.org Intimate, rococo-appointed theater seats an audience of 1,302 and hosts events for smaller, mid-size performing arts groups. Tours and private rentals available. Owned and operated by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Carnegie Community Development Corporation 412-279-5456, visitcarnegie.com The Carnegie Community Development Corporation (CCDC) is a nonprofit organization committed to encouraging the development and growth of a vibrant, diverse and healthy community. East Liberty Quarter Chamber of Commerce 412-661-9660, eastlibertychamber.org An advocate for businesses in and around East Liberty. Our commitment includes finding practical solutions to everyday problems affecting our members and helping to bring business people together. Gaynor’s School of Cooking 412-325-2703, gaynorsschoolofcooking.com A full participation cooking studio close to Downtown offering all manner of classes for all ages and experience. Have fun with food! Join us soon. Greer Cabaret Theater 412-325-6766, 412-456-6666 (Box Office) trustarts.org Located in Downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District and featuring musical theater productions, late-night entertainment and live music, plus great food and a full bar year-round. Project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Heinz Hall 412-392-4900, 800-743-8560 pittsburghsymphony.org An elegantly restored concert hall that is home to the Pittsburgh Symphony, Broadway, popular events and major corporate meetings. In-house catering.

Howl at the Moon 412-586-5692 howlatthemoon.com/pittsburgh Ready to Howl, Pittsburgh? Part bar and part concert, Howl at the Moon creates a non-stop party with live music performed in a high-energy setting featuring specialty cocktails. Lawrenceville Corporation 412-621-1616 x1, lvpgh.com Our mission is to act as a catalyst and conduit for responsible growth and reinvestment in the Lawrenceville community. Mount Washington Community Development Corporation 412-481-3220, 412-481-2324, mwcdc.org Nonprofit community development corporation serving the neighborhoods of Mount Washington and Duquesne Heights, which feature one of “America’s most stunning views” (USA Today) and Emerald View Park, Pittsburgh’s newest regional park. North Side/North Shore Chamber of Commerce 412-231-6500 northsidechamberofcommerce.com Promotes, connects and supports the growth and success of Pittsburgh North Side and North Shore businesses. Oakland Business Improvement District 412-683-6243, onlyinoakland.org Oakland: A world in a neighborhood. Pittsburgh’s university town is home to prestigious universities, hospitals and more than 40 world-class museums, theaters, cultural and entertainment destinations. Visit today! Paint Monkey 412-770-4923, beapaintmonkey.com Create your own masterpiece at Pittsburgh’s premiere BYOB painting studio. A pre-sketched canvas and friendly instructors help you get started. Add wine and snacks and you’ve got a creative evening out. Pittsburgh Cultural Trust/Trust Presents 412-471-6070, trustarts.org Created to stimulate economic/cultural development of the Pittsburgh Cultural District. The Trust presents diverse arts programming throughout 20 theaters, galleries, arts venues and public art spaces in the Cultural District. Pittsburgh Improv 412-462-5233, improv.com/pittsburgh Where comedy begins! Let us take care of your entertainment needs. Perfect destination for any occasion. PPG Paints Arena 412-642-1800, ppgpaintsarena.com The regional host to more than 150 events per year, including the City Game (college basketball), Three Rivers Classic (college hockey) and other NCAA events. South Side Chamber of Commerce 412-431-3360, southsidechamber.org The vibrant South Side features an eclectic mix of businesses, entertainment, dining, art, culture, architecture, public stairs and bike trails along a 1.5-mile historic business district with attractions for everyone!

SouthSide Works 412-481-8800, southsideworks.com Located near the Hot Metal Bridge on Pittsburgh’s South Side, this outdoor lifestyle center features a variety of shops and restaurants, seasonal events and more! Stage AE 412-229-5483, promowestlive.com State-of-the-art indoor and outdoor concert and special event facility located next to Heinz Field. Five independent spaces offer the ability to host all levels of musical performers and special events. Station Square 412-261-2811, 800-859-8959 stationsquare.com A historic 52-acre riverfront complex, only a five-minute walk from Downtown, offers restaurants, entertainment, riverboat cruise line, hotel and a sports stadium. Theater Square 412-456-6666, trustarts.org This facility offers a centralized box office for ticket purchases to all Cultural District performances, Cabaret Theater, restaurant and parking garage on-site. A project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Topgolf 412-569-3134, 412-564-9188, topgolf.com Topgolf inspires people of all ages and skill levels to come together for playful competition. Year-round programming includes events for kids and families, social leagues, groups, golf tournaments and instruction. Visit Monroeville 412-856-7422, visitmonroeville.com Monroeville is located 13 miles from Downtown Pittsburgh, with a major convention center, plus hotels, eateries, shops and fun for every preference and pocketbook. Visit Monroeville your every place. The Waterfront Town Center 412-476-9157, waterfrontpgh.com Home to more than 70 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. Our unique, open-air shopping environment and beautiful landscaping provide an upscale shopping experience like no other. Zone 28 412-828-1100, zone28.com All-ages entertainment venue with 33 bowling lanes, luxury event space, laser tag, game room, Escape Zone escape room, End Zone Sports Bar, Rail House Restaurant and Outdoor Beer Park. Family Fun Carnegie Museum of Natural History 412-622-3131, carnegiemnh.org The place for kids and adults alike to discover science and the wonders of the natural world. Carnegie Science Center 412-237-3400, carnegiesciencecenter.org Safely explore science on four floors of exhibits! Social distance and soar through space in Buhl Planetarium. Marvel at the Miniature Railroad & Village® and meet live animals in H2Oh!


Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and MuseumLab 412-322-5058 pittsburghkids.org | museumlab.org Re-opening in 2021 and hosting a world premiere (Emotions at Play with Pixar’s Inside Out), along with more new exhibits and experiences, filled with the joy, creativity and curiosity that families know and love. Gateway Clipper Fleet 412-355-7980, gatewayclipper.com No. 1 attraction for family fun! Join us aboard the one-hour sightseeing cruise (Mon.-Fri.), one-hour sightseeing cruise with pirate show (Sat.-Sun.), Princess, SuperHero and Galactic Battle Cruises. Idlewild & SoakZone 724-238-3666, idlewild.com What family fun is all about. Seven themed areas; fun for the entire family. Voted #1 Best Kids’ Park in the World! Voted Best Park for Families! Kennywood Amusement Park 412-461-0500, 412-464-9931 (Groups) kennywood.com Kennywood is America’s Most Thrilling Historic Landmark! From its beloved wooden roller coasters and classic attractions to the newest ride adventures, Kennywood offers something fun for all ages. National Aviary 412-323-7235, aviary.org Discover more than 500 birds from around the world! You can meet penguins, hang out with a sloth, observe owls and explore immersive, free-flight habitats! Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium 412-665-3640, pittsburghzoo.org One of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the United States and includes a top-10 ranked children’s zoo. PPG Place - Attractions 412-434-1900, ppgplace.com Pittsburgh’s premier office complex. Features restaurants and a seasonal outdoor ice skating rink. Adjacent to Market Square. Sandcastle Waterpark 412-462-6666, sandcastlewaterpark.com Experience vacation without leaving Pittsburgh! Featuring 16 water slides, two pools, two children’s areas and a lazy river, there’s summer fun for everyone at Sandcastle! Festivals & Events Craft Beer School 412-456-6666, trustarts.org On select Tuesday nights, discuss and enjoy quality craft brews thoughtfully paired with light fare. This event is a program of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival 412-456-6666, 412-471-3191 trustarts.org/TRAF Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival is a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust featuring world-class, multidisciplinary performing and visual arts in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District and various Downtown locations. Event occurs in June.

DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh, Inc. 412-583-1424, doorsopenpgh.org Annual event in October providing unique access to explore and experience a collection of iconic and newly designed buildings in select neighborhoods of Pittsburgh. Explore an old vault. Experience amazing views. Farm to Table Buy Local 412-563-8800, farmtotablepa.com We’re the Western PA chapter of Buy Fresh Buy Local, a national direct-toconsumer marketing campaign for farms and local food producers, food festivals, programs and farms. Film Pittsburgh 412-426-FILM, filmpittsburgh.org Presents independent film through three unique annual film festivals – the JFilm Festival (Spring), ReelAbilities Pittsburgh (Fall) and Pittsburgh Shorts (Fall). Fresh Fest Beer Fest 412-592-2937, freshfestbeerfest.com 4 blocks, 8 venues, 9 stages, 20 live artists, 30 bands, 30 black breweries, 50 collaborations, 150 vendors, 200 VIP tickets, 5,000 people. The #fresh3st block party in America. Highmark First Night Pittsburgh 412-456-6666, trustarts.org The region’s biggest New Year’s Eve celebration. This family-friendly event is a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. Penn’s Colony Festival 724-352-9922, pennscolony.com June uncorks the Wine Festivals. September’s Penn’s Colony weaves French & Indian history into a colonial fair with 185 fine craftsmen, bagpipers, musicians, battle re-enactments, food and family fun. Pittsburgh Irish Festival 412-422-1113, pghirishfest.org A 3-day Celtic Celebration in September featuring live music, dance, traditional Irish food and beverages, children’s crafts and games, genealogy, cultural exhibits and more! Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival 724-872-1670, pittsburghrenfest.com Medieval amusement park featuring combat jousting, games of skill, rides, variety of renaissance delicacies, hundreds of authentically costumed performers providing continuous entertainment and master artisans exhibiting fine arts and crafts. Pittsburgh Restaurant Week/ Pittsburgh TasteBuds Ltd. 412-586-4727, pittsburghrestaurantweek.com Pittsburgh TasteBuds Ltd. is dedicated to discovering and promoting the best of the Pittsburgh dining landscape through the production of Pittsburgh Restaurant Week and other restaurant/ food events. Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix 412-559-3500, pvgp.org A 10-day festival of races, car shows and motorsport events culminating with the Race Weekend at Schenley Park on July 24-25, 2021. Free to spectators. The ScareHouse 412-781-5885, scarehouse.com One of America’s Best Haunted Houses! As seen on Good Morning America, Seth Meyers, CNN and Travel Channel. Open on select dates from mid-September through early November.


Wednesday Wine Flights 412-456-6666, trustarts.org On select Wednesday nights, discuss and enjoy wines thoughtfully paired with light fare. This event is a program of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. History & Landmarks Braddock’s Battlefield History Center 412-271-0800, braddocksbattlefield.com Located on the original site of the July 9, 1755, Battle of the Monongahela, the museum’s new exhibits interpret the fascinating history of the Battle also known as Braddock’s Defeat. Bradford House Museum 724-222-3604, bradfordhouse.org Bradford House Museum and Whiskey Rebellion Education and Visitors Center. National Historic Landmark house features authentic furnishings, educational exhibits, 18th Century Garden, log kitchen cabin and gift shop. Bushy Run Battlefield 724-527-5584, bushyrunbattlefield.com The only recognized Native American battlefield in Pennsylvania, Bushy Run offers a unique look at the military tactics that decided the territorial fate of the Pennsylvania frontier in August 1763. Duquesne Incline 412-381-1665, duquesneincline.org Scale the slopes of Mt. Washington in beautifully restored cable cars in use since 1877. Enjoy a panoramic view of Downtown Pittsburgh and the North Shore from our observation deck. Flight 93 National Memorial 814-893-6322, flight93friends.org Visit Flight 93 National Memorial to honor the passengers and crew of Flight 93 whose courageous actions on 9/11 prevented a terrorist attack on the nation’s capital. Park open daily. Fort Ligonier 724-238-9701, fortligonier.org Siege The Day and experience the historic site that made Pittsburgh possible! A 1758-1766 British Fort and Museum with six new galleries and exhibits including rare artifacts of George Washington’s. Fort Pitt Museum 412-281-9284, heinzhistorycenter.org Located in Point State Park, the Fort Pitt Museum explores Western Pennsylvania’s pivotal role during the French & Indian War, the American Revolution and the birth of Pittsburgh. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater 724-329-8501, fallingwater.org One of 12 landmarks that will change the way you see the world. Open for tours daily except Wednesday, midMarch through November. Reservations or advance tickets essential. Frank Lloyd Wright’s House on Kentuck Knob 724-329-1901, kentuckknob.com Frank Lloyd Wright’s Kentuck Knob, where architecture and sculpture are seamlessly integrated into the beautiful landscape, is located in the Laurel Highlands of Western Pennsylvania. Harmony Museum/Historic Harmony 724-452-7341, harmonymuseum.org Tour buildings in a National Historic Landmark District: Washington survives French and Indian War’s first shot, German communal Harmony Society’s 1804 first home, 1815 Mennonite resettlement and much more.

Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village 724-587-3412 heinzhistorycenter.org/meadowcroft Discover 19,000 years of history, all in one day! Explore the prehistoric Meadowcroft Rockshelter, a National Historic Landmark, and experience daily life through the centuries in three recreated villages. Monongahela Incline 412-442-2000, monongahelaincline.com A popular tourist attraction that also serves thousands of daily commuters. The upper station serves the city’s Mt. Washington neighborhood, and the lower station serves Station Square and its numerous attractions. Nationality Rooms 412-624-6000, 412-624-6001 nationalityrooms.pitt.edu Thirty-one Nationality Rooms depict Pittsburgh’s ethnic heritages— European, Asian, Middle Eastern and African—through authentic examples of architecture and decor. Guided and self-guided tours, gifts and publications are available. Pennsylvania Trolley Museum 724-228-9256, patrolley.org Take a ride into the past where you can see and ride our beautifully restored streetcars! It’s more than a ride... it’s an experience! Rachel Carson Homestead 724-274-5459 rachelcarsonhomestead.org Birthplace and early home of environmentalist and best-selling author of Silent Spring. Docent-led tours of four-room historic farmhouse by appointment. Walking trail. Call or email to register. Rivers of Steel 412-464-4020, riversofsteel.com Showcasing the artistry and innovation of our region’s rich heritage, Rivers of Steel offers unique tour experiences. Must-see attractions include the Carrie Blast Furnaces and sightseeing on the Explorer Riverboat. Senator John Heinz History Center 412-454-6000, heinzhistorycenter.org An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the History Center explores Pittsburgh’s 250-year history with highlights including Mister Rogers, Heinz and the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. Smithfield United Church of Christ 412-281-1811, smithfieldchurch.org Everyone is welcome at Smithfield United Church of Christ. The sanctuary is open for meditation and prayer. Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum 412-621-4253, soldiersandsailorshall.org Museum, concert hall and ballroom contained within a historic landmark and memorial dedicated to honoring and supporting all who have served in the military since the Civil War through today. Woodville Plantation 412-221-0348, woodvilleplantation.org Woodville Plantation is a National Historic Landmark and Southwestern Pennsylvania’s oldest house museum. Visit to learn about its three families and life from 1780-1825.

Interactive Entertainment 2420 Penn Avenue 412-376-7313, 2420penn.com Home to Steel City Axes and Bold Escape Rooms. Join us for an axethrowing or escape room adventure, then stick around to explore what the Strip District has to offer! Performing Arts Arcade Comedy Theater 412-339-0608 arcadecomedytheater.com Hosts live comedy every weekend and children’s shows monthly. Voted Pittsburgh’s Best Comedy Venue. Arcade offers stand-up, sketch, improv and more in a fun, affordable atmosphere. BYOB. BNY Mellon Presents JazzLive 412-456-6666, trustarts.org Tuesday evenings from 5-11 p.m., the region’s finest jazz musicians perform free at the Cabaret and Backstage Bar at Theater Square. Event and venue are projects of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Bricolage Production Company 412-471-0999, bricolagepgh.org An intimate theater nestled in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh. Their mission is to immerse artists & audiences in adventurous theatrical experiences that foster connections & alter perceptions. Citizens Bank Children’s Theater Series 412-456-6666, trustarts.org/kids Features six professional performances from around the world, running from October-May. Most shows premiere at the Byham Theater then travel throughout the region. City of Asylum 412-435-1110, cityofasylum.org City of Asylum creates a thriving community for writers, readers and neighbors. Its cultural center, Alphabet City, features cultural events and a bookstore showcasing literature in translation.

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre 412-281-0360, pbt.org One of the most exciting ballet companies in the country, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre has presented a powerful collection of classical and contemporary ballets for nearly 50 years. Pittsburgh Banjo Club 412-364-4739, 412-321-1834 thepittsburghbanjoclub.com Wednesday evenings from 8-11 p.m. at the Allegheny Elks Lodge. The mood is lively, and entry at the door is free. Age 21 or over unless with parent or guardian. Pittsburgh CLO 412-456-6666, pittsburghclo.org Features a six-show Broadway Summer Season at the Benedum Center, year-long entertainment at the CLO Cabaret and seasonal performances of A Musical Christmas Carol, at the historic Byham Theater. Pittsburgh Dance Council 412-456-6666, trustarts.org Brings the finest contemporary dance companies from all over the world to Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. The Pittsburgh Dance Council is a division of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Pittsburgh Festival Opera 412-326-9687 pittsburghfestivalopera.org Innovative. Intimate. Pittsburgh Festival Opera produces Pennsylvania’s acclaimed music drama festival with opera sung in English, Broadway musicals, world premieres, a children’s opera and more. Stellar artists in events year-round. Pittsburgh Opera 412-281-0912, pittsburghopera.org Pittsburgh Opera presents both classic and contemporary opera of the highest caliber while following rigorous COVID-19 safety protocols. All performances have English supertitles. Tickets start at just $14.

Trust Arts Education Center 412-456-6666, trustarts.org The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s home for arts education activities. The center also is utilized as a performing/visual arts space. University of Pittsburgh Stages 412-624-7529, play.pitt.edu Performances take place in the Charity Randall Theatre, the Henry Heymann Theatre and the Richard E. Rauh Studio Theatre, located on the University of Pittsburgh campus. Sports/Recreation Allegheny County Parks Department 412-350-2455, 412-350-7275 alleghenycounty.us/parks Allegheny County’s nine parks span more than 12,000 acres and offer an array of seasonal and year-round sporting, leisure and entertainment opportunities, including golfing, swimming, skiing, ice skating and more.

Boyce Park 724-327-0338, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 1,096 acres in Monroeville and Plum. Features only downhill skiing and snow tubing in Allegheny County. Amenities include ballfields, wave pool, trails, skate park, archery range, shelters and nature center. Deer Lakes Park

724-265-3520, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 1,180 acres in Frazer and West Deer Townships. Features include fishing lakes, observatory, spray park, shelters, disc golf course, playgrounds, multipurpose field and walking, hiking and jogging trails.

Harrison Hills Park 724-295-3570, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 500 acres in Harrison Township. Features include environmental learning center, shelters, scenic overlook, playgrounds, soccer fields, ponds, birding area and walking, hiking and bridle trails.

Pittsburgh Public Theater 412-316-1600, ppt.org Nationally recognized professional theater. Seven productions per season, including contemporary drama, comedy, musicals, world classics and premieres of new works.

Hartwood Acres Park 412-767-9200, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 629 acres in Hampton and Indiana Townships. Features free concerts Sunday evenings, June-August. Amenities include mansion tours, teas, off-leash dog area and cross-country skiing, walking, hiking and bridle trails.

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 412-392-4900, 800-743-8560 pittsburghsymphony.org World-class orchestra in a premier Cultural District theater. Performances include classical, pops, broadway, entertainers and children’s performances. Reception/meeting space available.

North Park 724-935-1766, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 3,075 acres in Hampton, McCandless and Pine. Features 65acre lake with fishing and kayaking. Amenities include golf course, pool, ice rink, ballfields, nature center, shelters, off-leash dog areas and trails.

Liberty Magic 412-456-6666, trustarts.org/magic An intimate, speakeasy performance space dedicated to the art of sleight of hand and prestidigitation. With less than 70 seats, the magicians who appear offer you a one-of-a-kind experience.

PNC Broadway Across America - Pittsburgh 412-456-6666, trustarts.org Bringing the best, award-winning Broadway shows to Downtown Pittsburgh Cultural District stages. A presentation of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh Symphony and Broadway Across America.

Round Hill Park 412-384-4701, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 1,101 acres in Elizabeth Township. Features exhibition farm with animals that is open every day of the year. Amenities include soccer fields, shelters, spray park and walking and bridle trails.

The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh 412-926-2488, themendelssohn.org One of the finest choruses in the country, the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh delights audiences with innovative community performances and is the choral partner of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Point Park University’s Pittsburgh Playhouse 412-392-8000, pittsburghplayhouse.com State-of-the-art performing arts center of Point Park University. Home to The REP, the professional theatre company and student companies - Conservatory Theatre Company and Conservatory Dance Company.

City Theatre Company 412-431-2489, citytheatrecompany.org City Theatre is the place to experience fresh new plays, written and created by world-class artists, in an intimate atmosphere. Kelly Strayhorn Theater 412-363-3000, kelly-strayhorn.org A neighborhood performing arts center, is a favorite venue for artists and audiences who enjoy affordable, contemporary dance, music, theater and interactive family entertainment. Rental space available.

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Settlers Cabin Park 412-787-2750, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 1,610 acres in Collier, North Fayette and Robinson Townships. Features include historic log cabin, wave pool, dive pool, shelters, tennis courts, playgrounds and walking and hiking trails.

South Park 412-835-4810, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 2,013 acres in Bethel Park and South Park. Features free concerts Friday evenings, June-August, and golf courses, ballfields, wave pool, shelters, skate park, trails, nature center and ice rink. White Oak Park 412-678-3774, alleghenycounty.us/parks Encompasses 810 acres in White Oak. Features include multi-purpose athletic field, shelters, wedding garden, playgrounds, off-leash dog area, bocce courts, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and walking and hiking trails. ASCEND Pittsburgh 412-745-2141, ascendclimbing.com Founded in 2017 in Pittsburgh, ASCEND operates facilities that offer climbing, fitness, yoga, youth programs and community events, with an additional location in Youngstown, Ohio. #ascendclimbing Bike Pittsburgh 412-325-4334, bikepgh.org Bike Pittsburgh is transforming our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk. Edgewood Country Club 412-823-7300, eccgolf.com Only 15 minutes from Downtown, Edgewood provides a Donald Ross designed course as well as four unique banquet rooms varying in size to host nearly any type of event! GAP/C&Omap 814-926-4577, getgapmap.com Publishing, both print and online, a free map of the hiking/biking trail connecting Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C., that is a combination of the GAP Trail and the C&O Canal Towpath. Golden Triangle Bike 412-600-0675, bikepittsburgh.com Explore Pittsburgh on a bike! Take a ride on the 24 miles of scenic riverfront trails and enjoy the sights. Bike rentals, self-guided and guided tours! Great Allegheny Passage gaptrail.org Scenic, non-motorized, nearly-flat footpath and bicycle trail connecting Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Maryland, via spectacular bridges/tunnels and through lovely trail-side towns. Connects to the C&O Canal Towpath to Washington, D.C. Healthy Ride Bike Share 412-535-5189, healthyridepgh.com With 100+ stations and 700 bikes strategically positioned all around the city, Healthy Ride offers visitors, residents and students a great way to get around town and see the ‘Burgh. Laurel Highlands River Tours 800-472-3846, 724-329-8531 laurelhighlands.com Family float trips to advanced whitewater. Fully-guided and guideescorted tours. Bike rentals, rock climbing and zip-line. Camping, lodging and group packages. Montour Trail 412-257-3011, montourtrail.org Sixty miles of scenic pedestrian and bicycle rail-trail from Coraopolis on the Ohio River to Clairton on the Monongahela, with links to Pittsburgh International Airport and the Great Allegheny Passage.


No Offseason Sports 724-939-3916, nooffseasonsports.com Hosts 9U-15U tournaments AprilOctober. This complex offers nine turf infields, freshly made-to-order concessions and indoor bathroom facilities making your youth baseball experience truly unique! Olde Stonewall Golf Club 724-752-4653, oldestonewall.com Nationally recognized public golf course. Rated by Golfweek and Golf Digest as the State’s #1 Public Course. Listed among Golf Digest’s America’s Top 100 Greatest Public Courses, #50 in 2008.

White Water Adventurers Inc. 724-329-8850, 800-992-7238 wwaraft.com Rafting trips on the Lower, Middle and Upper Youghiogheny Rivers. Family trips to adventurous whitewater. Rafting and lodging discounts. Come play!

Pittsburgh International Race Complex 724-535-1000, pittrace.com A world-class destination motorsport facility committed to creating fun, friendly and competitive racing, karting and group events that serve the needs of our employees, customers and community.

Tours/Sightseeing A Perfectly Pittsburgh Tour 412-461-9125, 800-433-2658 deboltunlimited.com Pittsburgh’s best tour guide! 5 stars from Trip Advisor. Chosen by Prince Charles, The White House, Fortune 500 companies and families and individuals from all over the world.

Pittsburgh Paintball Park 412-419-5770 pittsburghpaintballpark.com Open year-round, Pittsburgh Paintball is the largest and newest paintball attraction in the tri-state area offering private parties, public play and rental packages. Ages 7+, no experience required.

Allegany County, Maryland Tourism 301-777-5132, 800-425-2067 mdmountainside.com Allegany County Tourism is the official Destination Marketing Office (DMO) for Allegany County, Maryland, the Mountain Side of Maryland.

Pittsburgh Penguins 412-642-7367, 800-642-7367 pittsburghpenguins.com National Hockey League, PPG Paints Arena. For season, group and individual ticket information, call 412-642-PENS. Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park 412-323-5000, 800-BUY-BUCS pirates.com Major League Baseball at PNC Park. For season tickets, group packages and individual tickets, call 1-800-BUY-BUCS or visit pirates.com. Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC 412-865-GOAL, riverhounds.com Highmark Stadium plays home to Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC. Paired with the scenic venue, Pittsburgh’s professional soccer team showcases a one-of-a-kind experience. Pittsburgh Steelers 800-TEAM-TUF, 412-697-7700 steelers.com The six-time Super Bowl Champion Steelers have been sold out since 1972. Call for preseason and individual game ticket availability, 412-323-1200. Stadium tours offered April-October. 412-697-7150 press 5. Printscape Arena 724-745-6666, printscapearena.com Printscape Arena, one of the South Hills’ most visited sports arenas, houses one ice rink (UPMC Rink at Printscape Arena) and one dry floor arena, complimented by meeting spaces. Quicksilver Golf Club 724-796-1594, quicksilvergolf.com Play the course the pros play! Nationally recognized championship course that has hosted Senior PGA Tour and Nike Tour events. Three Rivers Rowing Association 412-231-8772, threeriversrowing.org Our mission is to develop and deliver safe, sustainable programs and events that promote the benefits of rowing and paddling to a diverse, growing membership.


Venture Outdoors 412-255-0564, ventureoutdoors.org Experience Pittsburgh from the water! Kayak Pittsburgh offers seasonal kayak rentals at multiple locations around the city. Visit ventureoutdoors.org for locations, rates and hours of operation.

Bike the Burgh Tours 412-246-9494, biketheburgh.com Ready to explore Pittsburgh in a different way? Then join our historical city bike tours! Learn about the city’s history, its famous people, architecture and street art! ‘Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour 866-736-6343, burghfoodtour.com Food tasting adventure and historic walking tour of Pittsburgh neighborhoods. Discover how Pittsburgh has become known for its ethnic food shops. Tours: Allentown, Strip District, Bloomfield, Lawrenceville, North Side, South Side, Brookline and Saxonburg. City Brew Tours Pittsburgh 888-623-8687, 412-419-2337 citybrewtours.com/pittsburgh The only tour company in Pennsylvania that offers daily, all-inclusive guided brewery tours complete with beer, transportation, VIP brewery access and a beer pairing meal. Cruisin’ Tikis Pittsburgh 833-744-8454, cruisintikispittsburgh.com Enjoy a relaxing Tiki Boat Fun Cruise on the river. Our unique, two-hour charters include spectacular views from the water while sipping your favorite beverages under a thatched roof. First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh 412-471-3436, fpcp.org Founded in 1773, First Presbyterian, a Downtown historic landmark, welcomes visitors from around the world into its Modified English Gothic building with Tiffany windows. Sunday service is 10:45 a.m. Free Pittsburgh Walking Tours 412-253-7515, freetourspittsburgh.com You decide the price on our walking tours of Pittsburgh. Learn about the fascinating history of Pittsburgh as well as some interesting facts from an enthusiastic guide.

Gateway Clipper Fleet 412-355-7980, gatewayclipper.com With the picturesque Pittsburgh skyline as the backdrop, an event aboard a Gateway Clipper Riverboat will transform an ordinary event into an extraordinary occasion. Featuring customized menus, itineraries and entertainment.

SurfSUP Adventures 724-989-7259, surfsupadventures.com Your premier guide for paddleboarding in Pittsburgh. Trip offerings include: ecotours, group events, yoga, night paddles and whitewater. Free photography and top-of-the-line equipment included on every trip!

Hartwood Acres Mansion 412-767-9200, alleghenycounty.us/parks Scenic 629-acre Allegheny County park and magnificent 16th century-style Tudor mansion. Daily mansion tours. Reservations recommended.

Walk The Burgh Tours 412-246-9494, walktheburgh.com Explore the heart of Downtown and other historic neighborhoods by foot. Walk by and into must-see cultural and historical landmarks! Discover beautiful squares and fascinating pieces of public art!

Lenzner Tour and Travel 412-741-2720, 800-342-2349 coachride.com Offers one-day and multi-day tours from Pittsburgh to destinations in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. A schedule is available at coachride.com or 1-800-342-2349. Molly’s Trolleys Pittsburgh 412-281-2085, mollystrolleyspgh.com Experience the best of the ‘Burgh aboard a vintage-style trolley! Molly’s Trolleys Pittsburgh is a local trolley transportation provider offering public and private sightseeing tours as well as shuttle services. Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation 412-471-5808 x 527, phlf.org Offers “Downtown’s Best” architectural walking tour and neighborhood tours for groups of 10 or more plus Free Friday Downtown walking tours for everyone. Book reservations in advance. Pittsburgh Party Pedaler 412-228-7476 pittsburghpartypedaler.com Pedal your way through Pittsburgh! The Pittsburgh Party Pedaler is an active and eco-friendly way to see the city and enjoy time with family, friends or colleagues.

Wendell August Forge 800-923-4438, 724-748-9500 wendellaugust.com A time-honored tradition of hand-crafted elegance for 94 years, Wendell August makes heirloom-quality metal giftware, home accessories and jewelry to celebrate life’s special moments. Visual Arts and Museums 707 & 709 Penn Gallery 412-456-6666, trustarts.org Exhibits include the work of regional artists and are free and open to the public. These galleries are a project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. The Andy Warhol Museum 412-237-8300, warhol.org The Warhol, the keeper of Andy Warhol’s legacy, is one of the most comprehensive single-artist museums in the world. Provocative, challenging and exploring all that art can and should be. The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh 412-341-2299, artsmithspgh.com Discover this amazing art and cultural center four miles from Downtown Pittsburgh dedicated to art education. Classes, exhibits and gallery shop dedicated to local artists. Worth a visit!

Pittsburgh Pedal Boats 412-606-8111, pittsburghpedalboats.com Pittsburgh Pedal Boat is the first pedalpowered party boat in the beautiful city of Pittsburgh. We’re ideal for bachelorette/bachelor parties, birthday parties or just a night out with friends.

August Wilson African American Cultural Center 412-339-1011, aacc-awc.org A robust season of programming, multiple exhibition galleries, a 486-seat theater, an educational center for classes, lectures and hands-on learning and dazzling spaces for community programs and events.

Rivers of Steel Tours 412-464-4020, riversofsteel.com There’s more to explore with Rivers of Steel Tours! Visit the Carrie Blast Furnaces or sightsee on the Explorer Riverboat to discover Southwestern Pennsylvania’s rich heritage. More information at riversofsteel.com.

Bayernhof Museum 412-782-4231, bayernhofmuseum.com The museum showcases unique music boxes and automatic musical instruments in a 19,000-sq.-ft. mansion featuring hidden doors and secret passages with an unparalleled view of the Allegheny River.

Rush Hour Boat Charters 412-855-7874, rushhourboatcharter.com We have six-passenger cruises on a 34’ Maxum Yacht. Available for private sightseeing, day/night cruises, business outings, bachelorette parties, engagements, birthdays, sailgating, ball games, etc.

Bicycle Heaven Museum 412-734-4034, bicycleheaven.org The world’s largest bicycle museum. Voted #1 museum in Pittsburgh. Featured in the New York Times, London Telegraph and other worldwide media. Bicycles, bobbleheads, music, art, antiques. Visit us!

Segway Pittsburgh 412-515-3333, segwaypittsburgh.com Guided Segway Personal Transporter Tours of Downtown Pittsburgh, departing from Station Square.

Carnegie Museum of Art 412-622-3131, cmoa.org Features a central collection of international art and additional halls of architectural art and sculpture.

Simple Life Amish Tours 724-923-9730, simplelifetours.com Guided tours through an Old Amish Village near Pittsburgh. Call us or visit our website for more information.

Christine Frechard Gallery 724-766-0104, 412-407-9319 christinefrechardgallery.com The gallery boasts an extensive collection from artists specializing in painting, sculpture, photography and mixed media. It offers a diverse contemporary selection of local, national and international artists. The Clemente Museum 412-621-1268, clementemuseum.com The largest collection of Roberto Clemente memorabilia in the world. Located in historic Engine House 25 in Lawrenceville. The Frick Pittsburgh 412-371-0600, thefrickpittsburgh.org Visitors will enjoy The Frick Art Museum, Clayton, Car and Carriage Museum, the Greenhouse, Grable Visitor Center, Frick Museum Store and Café. Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District 412-456-6666, trustarts.org A quarterly arts open house, showcasing visual and performance arts at locations throughout the Downtown Pittsburgh Cultural District. A project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. The Jimmy Stewart Museum 724-349-6112, jimmy.org Enjoy a timeline of the golden age of American cinema and the “Greatest Generation” in a museum portraying international film icon and military hero Jimmy Stewart. Films in our theater. Johnny Angel’s Ginchy Stuff and Music Museum 412-322-1830, jaginchystuff.com Pittsburgh music legend Johnny Angel presents his 50+ year career and collectibles gift shop. Exhibits include national recording artists and Pittsburgh legends. A must see when visiting the ‘Burgh! Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary 412-924-1394, pts.edu/museum Free admission. Please see website for current hours. Latrobe Art Center 724-537-7011, latrobeartcenter.org Located in downtown Latrobe, Latrobe Art Center welcomes artists and art lovers of all ages and skill levels to grow their artistic talents and interests. On the Fred Rogers Trail. Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art 412-231-3169, mattress.org The Mattress Factory, an experimental lab for contemporary installation art, supports artists from around the world and around the corner. Provocative and immersive. Art you can get into. Office of Public Art 412-391-2060 x 233, opapgh.org Provides technical assistance and educational programs about public art to public and private sectors in the Pittsburgh region. Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens 412-622-6914, 412-441-4442 phipps.conservatory.org Discover breathtaking, seasonal flower shows and cutting-edge green innovation at Pittsburgh’s green oasis. Inspiring indoor and outdoor botanical gardens, renowned orchid collection, delightful butterflies, fun family activities and more await.

Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History 412-231-7881, photoantiquities.org Museum dedicated to the history of photography. Vintage images and equipment 1839 to present. Civil War, Vintage Pittsburgh, Native Americans and more. Not just for the photo enthusiast!

Beaver County Tourism 724-770-2062, 800-342-8192 visitbeavercounty.com Share our Pride, Culture and Lifestyle. Minutes from Pittsburgh and easily accessible. Free Attractions Guide available upon request via our website VisitBeaverCounty.com.

Pittsburgh Botanic Garden 412-444-4464 x223 pittsburghbotanicgarden.org Just 10 miles from Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden features three miles of woodland trails, a historic homestead and event center for corporate events, weddings and other celebrations.

Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau 724-234-4619, 866-856-8444 visitbutlercounty.com Twenty minutes north of Pittsburgh, discover gorgeous scenery, charming towns, curiosities, camping and microbreweries galore. Request a FREE Official Visitors Guide and download our APP Visit Butler County PA! today.

Pittsburgh Garden Trail 412-444-4464 x225 pittsburghgardentrail.com The Pittsburgh Garden Trail is a collection of Western Pennsylvania’s hidden and not-so-hidden horticultural gems where visitors can experience the different landscapes, uses, settings and species of the region. Pittsburgh Glass Center 412-365-2145, pittsburghglasscenter.org Pittsburgh Glass Center (PGC) is a nonprofit, public-access education center; an art gallery; a state-of-the-art glass studio; a community builder; and a hub for innovation and creativity. SPACE 412-325-7723, trustarts.org Exhibits new works in multi-disciplines, including established and contemporary technologies and the promotion of local artists outside of the region. This gallery is a project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. The Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka 412-408-3180, vankamurals.org Croatian artist Maxo Vanka painted 25 one-of-a-kind murals in Millvale’s St. Nicholas Church in 1937 and 1941 that celebrate cultural identity, honor immigrant contributions, sacrifice and advocate for social justice. The Westmoreland Museum of American Art 724-837-1500, thewestmoreland.org Newly renovated and expanded with a collection including works by major artists from four centuries. Featuring a new shop, cafe and the Center for Creative Connections Interactive space. Wood Street Galleries 412-471-5605, trustarts.org Features multi-disciplinary artists from all over the world and is free and open to the public. This gallery is a project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

Beyond Pittsburgh Armstrong County Tourist Bureau 724-543-4003, 888-265-9954 armstrongcounty.com Take a short drive down Route 28 and Discover Armstrong County! We are chock full of history and offer plenty of family attractions, outdoor adventures, shopping excursions and dining experiences.

Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency 724-627-8687, 877-280-8687 visitgreene.org Only an hour south of Pittsburgh, the predominately rural Greene County features scenic landscapes, centuries of history, festivals steeped with traditions and the prestigious motocross racetrack High Point Raceway.

Business services Advertising & Public Relations 321Blink, LLC. 412-799-0321, 321blink.com 321Blink is an award-winning marketing agency that specializes in corporate and broadcast video production, integrated digital marketing, web and graphic design, branding and media buying. Dickerson Creative Communications 412-657-3483, dickersoncreative.com We are a media, marketing and event planning agency. Our clients have specialized needs for publicity, traditional and digital marketing and corporate and nonprofit event planning and execution. Elias/Savion Advertising, Public Relations and Inter@ctive 412-642-7700, elias-savion.com A full-service, fully integrated marketing, public relations and digital agency located in the city’s Cultural District.

Indiana County Tourist Bureau 724-463-7505, 877-746-3426 visitindianacountypa.org “It’s A Wonderful Life” in The Christmas Tree Capital of the World featuring the Jimmy Stewart Museum, 64 miles of rails-to-trails, Smicksburg Amish shopping, breweries, wineries, festivals and historic sites.

Ida D’Errico Associates LLC 724-260-5331, 412-965-0570 idaderrico.com A comprehensive, full-service advertising, marketing, branding, public relations, event production/ management, sponsorship and fundraising company, providing more than 30 years experience, unique creative vision, detailed execution and incomparable, highly successful results.

Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau 724-238-5661, 800-333-5661 laurelhighlands.org Get away to the nearby Laurel Highlands region, featuring three Frank Lloyd Wright homes, outstanding recreation, historic sites, resorts and more.

Twothirty Media 412-447-1163, twothirtymedia.com Twothirty Media solves marketing problems. We have all the talent of a big agency and none of the overhead, and all the scalability of a small agency. Agile. Dedicated. Creative.

Visit Lawrence County 724-654-8408, visitlawrencecounty.com The Fireworks Capital of America boasts Old Order Amish, Statue of Liberty replicas, distinctive villages for specialty shopping, adventurous outdoor recreation, plus a foodie’s delight of hometown ethnic restaurants.

Wheelhouse Creative LLC 304-905-6005 wheelhousecreativellc.com Wheelhouse Creative LLC is a fullservice marketing agency, located in Pittsburgh and Wheeling, providing traditional and digital marketing, brand identity, graphic/web design, video production, social media management, photography and more.

VisitMercerCountyPA 724-346-3771, visitmercercountypa.com Mercer County features the Grove City Premium Outlets and America’s “largest” stores in Sharon. Attractions: Wendell August Forge, Keystone Safari & Zip line, Pymatuning and Maurice K. Goddard State Parks. Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency 724-225-3010, 866-927-4969 visitwashingtoncountypa.com Washington County offers a picturesque retreat with historic small towns, miles of scenic trails, unique dining experiences and exciting nightlife, from gaming to professional baseball, live music and more!

Associations African American Chamber of Commerce of Western PA 412-392-0610, aaccwp.com The mission of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Western Pennsylvania is to continuously improve business and professional opportunities for African American business owners and professionals. Allegheny Conference on Community Development 412-281-1890, 877-392-1300 alleghenyconference.org Civic leadership organization comprising the Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, Pennsylvania Economy League of Greater Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh Regional Alliance. Working to improve Southwestern Pennsylvania’s economy and quality of life.


The Downtown Community Development Corporation 412-606-4753, downtowncdc.org Our mission is to stimulate community development by facilitating residential and retail growth in Downtown Pittsburgh and to make Pittsburgh one of America’s most vibrant cities.

Pittsburgh Social Exchange 412-256-2315 pittsburghsocialexchange.com It is our mission to bring together like-minded professionals and business leaders within the Greater Pittsburgh region. We host exciting, professional events at diverse venues every month.

German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 412-330-1273, gaccpit.com Breakthrough promotion of trade and commerce between the Western Pennsylvania region, Germany and the EU.

Pittsburgh Technology Council 412-687-2700, pghtech.org The Pittsburgh Technology Council helps tech companies succeed.

Homewood-Brushton Business Association 412-945-7422, homewoodbiz.org The Homewood-Brushton Business Association uplifts current and next generation neighborhood businesses to compete successfully in Pittsburgh’s resurgent regional economy by connecting members to innovative opportunities, upcoming development and relevant business resources. Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce 412-856-0622, monroevillechamber.com MACC enables business leaders to forge and maintain relationships, gain market insight, learn best practices, access public resources and advocate for business and community issues that improve the area’s quality of life. Neighborhood Allies 412-471-3727, neighborhoodallies.org Neighborhood Allies’ work is guided by our North Star goal of expanding our resources to create healthy neighborhoods of opportunity and move 100,000 low-income Pittsburghers up the socio-economic ladder over the next 10 years. Norwin Chamber of Commerce 724-863-0888, norwinchamber.com An organization to advance the economic and socio-economic interests of the Norwin area. Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association, Western Chapter 717-232-4433, 800-345-5353, prla.org One of 18 chapters of the Pennsylvania Restaurant Lodging Association. Private, nonprofit trade association serving as the advocate for Pennsylvania’s restaurant and lodging industries. Pittsburgh Airport Area Chamber of Commerce 412-264-6270, paacc.com Advocates for the growth of the Pittsburgh airport corridor and surrounding areas. More than 1,000 members, from sole proprietors to multi-national corporations.


Pump - Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project 412-338-2133, pump.org Makes Pittsburgh a dynamic and diverse place giving young and youngthinking people a voice and inspiring them to affect change through civic engagement, professional development, recreation and social networking. Barter Services Green Apple Barter Services 412-821-2900, 800-50-TRADE greenapplebarter.com Green Apple acts as a broker and a third-party record keeper for companies who trade their products and services among themselves. We help businesses buy things without using cash! Brochure Fulfillment CTM Media Group 330-294-5712, ctmmediagroup.com Targets tourists seeking fun things to do! As a leading distributor of visitor information, CTM’s network of brochure/ digital touch screen displays generate awareness and deliver results. Catering big Burrito Restaurant Group/big Burrito Catering 412-361-3272, bigburrito.com Management office of the Mad Mex, Kaya, Casbah, SOBA and Umi Restaurants and big Catering, big Burrito’s off-premise catering division. Common Plea Catering 412-281-5140, commonplea-catering.com Provides premier full-service catering for events large and small. Our catering facility in Pittsburgh’s Strip District is fully appointed to bring uncommon excellence. Levy Restaurants 412-325-6182, levyrestaurants.com Let your next event be remembered for a great location and amazing food. With Levy Restaurants, it’s about the food and the thousands of details that surround it!

Pittsburgh Employee Activities Association 412-795-7499, pgheaa.com Comprised of 75 companies in the Pittsburgh area. Our goal is to find discounted entertainment, such as Pirates games, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and various amusement parks.

Computer and Network Support Services Magna5 412-773-7800, 800-504-4876 magna5global.com Magna5 delivers network services, unified communications, infrastructure technology and managed services to more than 7,500 mid-market enterprise customers nationwide, including leaders within the education, healthcare, government, financial services and beyond.

Pittsburgh Film Office 412-261-2744, 888-744-3456 (FILM) pghfilm.org Markets the Southwestern Pennsylvania region to the film industry for film, television and related media. Also serves as a conduit for information, providing vendor and crew listings and other services.

Direct Social Service Provider Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh 412-227-4802, ulpgh.org Assists African Americans in the achievement of social and economic equality. Committed to excellence and quality in the services we provide and the activities in which we are engaged.

Graphic Design ocreations LLC 412-532-8282, ocreations.com A boutique design studio providing affordable, high-end graphic design solutions for branding, logos, brochures, outdoor, ads, packaging, websites, webmail, social media, direct mail, multimedia marketing and more. Insurance Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. 412-920-4122, ajg.com Business without barriers. Any challenge. Any risk. Anywhere in the world. Proud to be named one of the world’s most ethical companies by Ethisphere Institute. Henderson Brothers 412-261-1842, hendersonbrothers.com Manages the insurance and financial services for thousands of individuals, as well as leading corporations, small businesses and nonprofit organizations, both locally and nationwide. Law Firms Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC 412-566-6000, eckertseamans.com A Pittsburgh-based law firm providing a range of services including litigation, business counseling, intellectual property, labor and employment, employee benefits, government affairs, public finance, real estate, hospitality, energy, transportation and tax. Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC 412-471-5100 pittsburghfamilylawfirm.com Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but provides a wide range of family law services to people living throughout Southwest Pennsylvania. Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC 412-281-2146 pittsburghcriminalattorney.com We are a Pittsburgh-based criminal defense and DUI law firm successfully defending our clients against everything from felony charges to underage drinking. Marketing Travel Savings Dollars 724-969-0215, delprincemarketing.com Exclusive provider of THE HOTEL CARD. Providing employee enrichment, customer acquisition and behavior modification programs to business-tobusiness and business-to-consumer industries. Only gift card sold at 50% less than face value. Media WPXI-TV 412-237-1100, 800-237-WPXI, wpxi.com WPXI-TV Channel 11, the NBC affiliate, provides coverage you can count on in the Pittsburgh area on TV, WPXI.com, WPXI Mobile and PCNC. Download Apps: news, weather, wake up, traffic, fireworks. Multi-Media Savvy Marketing Group 412-508-5980, thesavvygroup.com Savvy Marketing Group is a certified WBE marketing agency with two Western Pennsylvania locations, offering branding, digital marketing, web design, graphic design, media planning, PR, events, sponsorships, research and video.

Non-Profit Organizations GlobalPittsburgh 412-392-4513, 412-720-2218 globalpittsburgh.org Boosts international connections in the Pittsburgh region and around the world through member activities and hosting programs. Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council 412-391-2060, pittsburghartscouncil.org Drives key professional, political and financial support for the arts. Comprised of nonprofits and artists, GPAC provides grants, advocacy, professional development and resources that lift our arts and culture community. Hello Neighbor 412-567-3946, helloneighbor.io Hello Neighbor works to improve the lives of recently resettled refugee families by matching them with dedicated neighbors to guide and support them in their new lives. Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership 412-566-4190, downtownpittsburgh.com We provide you with all the information you need to know about Downtown Pittsburgh. From events to shopping and dining, our mobile-friendly website is your one-stop shop! Sustainable Pittsburgh 412-258-6642, sustainablepittsburgh.org Affects decision making in the Pittsburgh region to integrate economic prosperity, social equity and environmental quality, bringing sustainable solutions to communities and businesses. Vibrant Pittsburgh 412-281-8600, vibrantpittsburgh.org An economic development, nonprofit organization focused on diverse talent attraction, retention and elevation in the City of Pittsburgh and throughout the region. Packing/Shipping FedEx Office 412-391-2014, 800-463-3339, fedex.com Print, pack and ship for your business, all in one place. Our location is here to help you meet all your business printing and shipping needs. Life’sWork of Western PA 412-471-2600, lifesworkwpa.org Increases quality of life of persons with disabilities and others with barriers to employment through productive employment opportunities. With limited resources, Life’sWork can be an extension of your team! Private Clubs Edgewood Country Club 412-823-7300, eccgolf.com 18 holes of challenging, enjoyable golf, beautiful swimming pools, tennis courts, paddle tennis courts and exquisite banquet rooms for any occasion. Contact us to learn more about our various membership options.

Community Resources & Relocation

Point Park University 412-391-4100, pointpark.edu Dynamic, independent, four-year institution in Downtown with nearly 4,000 students and 100 undergraduate and graduate programs that focus on student success through distinctive, innovative, experiential learning.

Academic Institutions Carlow University 412-578-6000, 800-333-2275 carlow.edu A small, private, Catholic coeducational university with a strong commitment to social justice and attention to individual student success. Has more than 40 undergraduate and 35 graduate and certificate programs.

Urban Pathways K-5 College Charter School 412-325-4075, upcsk5.net As a leader in urban education, located in Downtown Pittsburgh, UPCSK-5 is the only school to fully implement Core Knowledge Curriculum and use the Cultural District to connect learning.

Carnegie Mellon University 412-268-2082, cmu.edu CMU, an internationally renowned research university with more than 13,000 students, excels in the fields of artificial intelligence, performing arts, brain science, technologyenhanced learning, cyber security and robotics, among others. Chatham University 412-365-1100, 412-365-1825 chatham.edu Chatham University in Shadyside, and Eden Hall Campus in the North Hills, offers undergraduate and graduate programs in sustainability, health and wellness, business and communications, and arts and sciences. Duquesne University 412-396-6222, 800-456-0590, duq.edu A nationally ranked, top-tier Catholic university in the Spiritan tradition, Duquesne provides undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs and internship opportunities that prepare students to succeed in the workplace. Grove City College 724-458-2100, gcc.edu A highly-ranked liberal arts college that equips students to pursue their callings through an academically excellent and Christ-centered learning and living community distinguished by a commitment to affordability. La Escuelita Arcoiris 412-421-4787, spanishleap.com La Escuelita Arcoiris is a nature-based, Spanish-immersion preschool serving young people and their families through a child-focused and culturally diverse learning environment. La Roche University 412-536-1272, 800-838-4LRC laroche.edu A private, Catholic, coeducational, four-year university in suburban Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that offers a host of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Pittsburgh Technical College 412-809-5305, 800-784-9675 ptcollege.edu Private, post-secondary career college offering associate degree and certificate programs in business, computer/ technical, design, medical and travel/ hospitality fields.

Washington & Jefferson College 724-503-1001, 888-W-AND-JAY washjeff.edu A private liberal arts college located 30 miles south of Pittsburgh. For more than 200 years, W&J graduates have excelled in health care, law and numerous other fields. Waynesburg University 724-852-3256, 800-225-7393 waynesburg.edu Waynesburg University, a private Christian university near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, provides a valuable, personal and hands-on educational experience that prepares undergraduate and graduate students for lives of purpose and continued growth. Apartment Rentals Apartment Rental Guide 412-841-3183, rentalguide.net Our print and online magazine makes finding your new apartment home easy. For a listing of Pittsburgh and surrounding area properties, photos, features and current specials, visit us online at rentalguide.net. Morrow Park City Apartments 412-668-8030, morrowparkcityapts.com Located in Bloomfield on the border of Shadyside, Morrow Park City Apartments offers more than 40 floor plans. Apartments feature sexy bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-style flooring and washer/dryer in unit. SouthSide Works City Apartments 412-226-0227, cityclubapts.com/ssw Offers more than 40 floor plans. Apartments feature sexy bathrooms, washer/dryer in unit, floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-style flooring and granite countertops. Terminal 21 412-960-1221, terminal21living.com Terminal 21 is an amenity-rich apartment community that offers industrial/loftstyle apartments to the downtown Pittsburgh community. This is the perfect place to live, work and play. Walnut Capital 412-683-3810, 412-683-3809 walnutcapital.com Apartment communities in Pittsburgh’s most desirable city neighborhoods, close to shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. We offer unique amenities, round-the-clock service and an exceptional customer experience.

Banks Citizens Bank Wealth Management 877-670-5400 citizensbank.com/wealth-management Citizens Bank Wealth Management provides advice after getting to know you. We also offer tailored answers to your banking, planning, investment management and trust and estate planning needs. Dollar Bank 412-261-2265, 800-242-BANK dollarbank.com Dollar Bank is a full-service, regional bank committed to providing the highest quality of services to individuals and businesses for more than 160 years. PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. 800-762-2265, pnc.com Offers a wide range of services to customers across our footprint, including retail and business banking and a full range of lending products; specialized services for corporations and government entities. Booking Engine Booking.com (USA) Inc. 212-548-3599, booking.com Booking.com empowers people to experience the world. Whatever you want to do, wherever you want to go, you can book it with us. Corporations Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. bpmionline.com Over a 60-year heritage in the design, development, procurement and support of nuclear reactor plant equipment for the Naval Nuclear Program. PPG 412-434-3131, ppg.com PPG has developed and delivered paints, coatings and materials that customers trust since 1883. With headquarters in Pittsburgh and operations in more than 70 countries, we serve customers globally. Health Care Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield 412-544-4032, highmark.com Health care and employee benefits products. UPMC Health Plan 412-454-5289, upmc.edu Owned by UPMC, one of the nation’s top-ranked health systems. UPMC Health Plan partners with UPMC and community network providers to improve clinical outcomes and health of the greater community. Houses of Worship Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation 412-471-4443 Orthodox synagogue located Downtown across from Chatham Towers Parking. Conducts services twice daily and Sabbath. Please join us, we are always open. Call for service times. Publications/Visitor Information Where & When Pennsylvania 717-492-2544, 800-800-1833 whereandwhen.com Events, destinations and things to do in Pennsylvania. Available online at whereandwhen.com or in print in our seasonal travel magazine, Where & When Pennsylvania. Inspiration for your next getaway in PA!

Relocation & Real Estate Services FAROS Properties/Nova Place 412-224-5250, novaplace.com Nova Place is a 30-acre, mixed-use urban redevelopment project located on Pittsburgh’s historic North Side, brought to you by Faros Properties. Howard Hanna Relocation & Business Development 412-784-3834, howardhanna.com Howard Hanna provides customized, one-stop relocation services for local and global transferees and employers. Home buying, rental, home selling programs designed to make the move a smooth transition. Moderna Relocation 412-535-2616, moderna.us Smoothly relocates executives, corporate and university transferees and newcomers to the Pittsburgh region with area orientation, settling-in, home purchase, home sale, mortgage assistance, accompanying partner support and cross-cultural training. Spa/Massage/Hair Salons Izzazu Salon & Spa 412-325-1600, izzazu.com Provides unparalleled service in all aspects of your salon spa experience. Izzazu offers the latest techniques, the most innovative products and an experienced staff. Spa Jema 412-281-3336, spajema.com We invite you to relax your mind, rejuvenate your body and indulge your senses. Treat yourself to the ultimate escape, an ultra-chic modern retreat where you can renew and beautify. Utilities Peoples Natural Gas 800-764-0111, peoples-gas.com Peoples, an essential utilities company, serves 740,000 customers in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Kentucky. Peoples is committed to its customers, its employees, the environment and to the regions it serves.

Convention Suppliers Audiovisual Services/Video Production Audio Visual Production Solutions 636-978-1005 x102, 800-704-3655 av-ps.com Audio Visual Production Solutions providing audio visual and computer rental equipment to the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas for more than 15 years. Benack Sound Productions, Inc. 412-653-9950, BSPro.com Complete audio/visual and tradeshow contractor, specializing in large screen projection, sound reinforcement, video projection, breakout rooms and exhibit booths.


Chorus Call Inc. 412-858-1367, choruscall.com Chorus Call is a full-service, on-site event solutions provider. Our experienced, Pittsburgh-based team specializes in corporate AV services, webcasting and white-glove audio and video conferencing services. Hughie’s Event Production Services 412-621-1220, hughies.com Providing complete live event design and production resources. Features state-of-the-art projection, outdoor LED displays, lighting, pro-audio, decor, rigging, staging and roof systems for any type of event.

Event Group 412-441-9811 eventgroupproductions.com Established in 1987, Event Group is a dynamic, full-service special event production company specializing in corporate events, conventions, trade shows, meetings, DMC services and private parties.

Courier/Messenger Services Jet Messenger Service Inc. 412-471-4722, jetrush.com We serve Pittsburgh and the surrounding area with same-day rush delivery service. From truckload to envelope, we will handle your delivery needs.

Eventful Event Producers 412-901-0082, eventfulpittsburgh.com Customized, full-service event planning and management for corporate meetings, conferences, private and nonprofit events. Our comprehensive approach to planning, production, design, logistics, decor and vendor management ensures a successful event.

Balloons Airheads Balloon Art Inc. 412-793-7144, 866-4-AIRHEADS airheadsballoonart.com When the balloons look great, you look great! Award-winning, full-service. Two decades of experience in the event industry. Certified balloon artist. Columns, arches, drops, centerpieces, imprinting, Twister Entertainment.

Custom Screen Printing/ Embroidery Accents on Apparel 724-742-2018, 724-622-9688 accentsonapparel.net Accents on Apparel is Pittsburgh’s premier apparel and promotional products distributor. From custom embroidery/screen printing to full-service promotions, we deliver what you need.

Caricature Artist Caricatures by M.C. Sturman 412-513-5341, 412-725-9614 mcsturman.tripod.com Fun entertainment and lasting keepsakes for any event from blacktie galas to back-yard barbecues. Professional caricaturist since 1984. Face painting also available.

Pro Knitwear 412-488-1585, 800-523-4155 proknitwear.com Pro Knitwear is a Pittsburgh-proud screen printer and embroiderer. Please call us for all of your custom apparel needs.

Childcare Services Sweet Dreams Childcare, LLC 412-331-0707 sweetdreamschildcare24-7.com Who’s got the kids? We do! Sweet Dreams Childcare keeps the festivities worry free for you and your guests! We are your wedding/event childcare answer! Convention Decorators/ Display Services C-1 Trade Show Services 724-260-5576, c1tradeshowservices.com A full-service general trade show contractor for events of any size. We provide all your trade show needs and guarantee to bring fresh ideas while working within your budget. Carpenter Connection 412-881-3900, carpconn.com A nationally recognized exhibit company specializing in the design and fabrication of trade show, museum and showroom exhibits. Installation and dismantling services. Fern 614-253-1500, 888-621-3376 fernexpo.com Leading national exposition service contractor since 1909 serving more than 1,500 expositions and events held annually throughout the United States and Canada ...EXPERIENCE FERN – CONNECTING PEOPLE THROUGH EXPERIENCES. Paramount Convention Services 800-883-6578, paramountcs.com A full-service exposition contractor providing local and exhibit nationwide services for more than 20 years. Exhibit booth, freight handling, labor and furnishings.


Stetson Convention Services, Inc. 412-223-1090, stetsonexpo.com National, full-service contractor based in Pittsburgh for over 50 years. Providing pipe/drape, booth packages, poster boards, carpeting, exhibitor services, drayage, graphics/signage & exhibit/ event design. Industry steward in sustainability & creativity.

Entertainment/Booking Agents Moxie Events LLC 412-552-3127, 724-691-4000 mymoxieevent.com Moxie Events is your premier event entertainment! DJ’s, photo selfie stations, creative data collecting ideas and anything fun! Allow us to put a little MOXIE in your event. Pittsburgh DJ Company 412-680-3603, pittsburghdjco.com You have just one night to throw the perfect party! Our award-winning DJs are true professionals! We also offer live musicians, lighting, photo booths and the famous Pittsburgh DJ Truck! Sound Advice Entertainment 724-234-5450, needofsound.com Call on Sound Advice Entertainment to find the perfect musical or specialized entertainment for your next event. Serving corporate clients, private events, colleges and universities and children’s functions. Fully insured. Three Rivers Entertainment & Production 412-429-4000 threeriversentertainment.com World-class event production from a world-class company. Event & Meeting Planning Services The Burnside Group 412-287-5108, theburnsidegroup.com Partner with The Burnside Group, a Pittsburgh-based, full-service event strategy, planning and management firm with 20+ years of experience to guarantee the success of your meetings and events.

LUXE Creative 412-904-3117, luxecompanies.com A full-service design and production studio located in Pittsburgh’s East End. With a focus on luxury events + wedding productions, trade shows + corporate events, architectural lighting installations, brand activations. Event & Meeting Venues Carnegie Mellon University CONVENTION SERVICES CONFERENCES 412-268-1125, 800-590-4139 cmu.edu/conferences Experience Carnegie Mellon University for your next conference, corporate retreat or event. We offer a 450-seat auditorium, ballroom and a variety of break-out space. Located four miles from Downtown Pittsburgh. David L. Lawrence Convention Center 412-565-6000, pittsburghcc.com Located in the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh, the stunning environmentally friendly Center features 313,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, 53 meeting rooms and a 31,000-sq.-ft. ballroom. Edgewood Country Club 412-823-7300, eccgolf.com Boasts an elegant yet comfortable atmosphere overlooking several miles of our exquisite golf course. We offer a variety of packages and room options to fit within your financial plan. Energy Innovation Center 412-894-9800, eicipgh.org/events The Energy Innovation Center, a LEED® Platinum facility focused on clean and sustainable energy solutions and technologies, accepts event inquiries from organizations that contribute to our mission. Gateway Clipper 412-355-7980, gatewayclipper.com The region’s most unique place for your meeting or special celebrations. Customized menus, itineraries and entertainment. We are the location for fabulous events! Hosanna House, Inc. 412-342-1329, hosannahouse.org Sherwood Event Center, powered by Hosanna House, is a private outdoor and indoor event venue and serves as the perfect backdrop for your next celebration!

Petersen Events Center 412-648-3054, peterseneventscenter.com Pittsburgh’s most versatile arena and conference center, accommodating five15,000 for meetings and events. Home of The University of Pittsburgh Panthers. RLA Learning and Conference Center 724-741-1000, 724-741-1025, therla.org As a modern alternative to traditional meeting and conference venues, the RLA is budget conscious, technology based, business focused, customer service oriented and environmentally responsible. Tarenbee 412-951-7547, tarenbee.com Our accessible venue has a commercial kitchen, historic chapel, meeting room and air conditioning. As beekeepers, we offer tours/honey tastings, and our Black & Gold Honey makes a great gift! THIS IS RED 412-287-7324, thisisredagency.com THIS IS RED agency – creative, story and digital for global mega-brands and startups. Our unique venue, a former Slovakian church, is 20,000 sq. ft. of exhibition, meeting and event space. UPMC Events Center at Robert Morris University 412-397-2000, upmceventscenter.com New, bright, flexible and affordable events venue with conference center. Ideal for banquets, meetings, tradeshows and concerts. Seven miles from Pittsburgh International Airport and Sewickley Village, 15 miles from Downtown. Wintergarden at PPG Place 412-684-3800 wintergardenppg.com/contact/ Downtown Pittsburgh’s stunning and unique event space, available for private events and large parties of all kinds. The 8,000-sq.-ft., glass-enclosed event venue is bathed in natural light. Event & Party Supplies/ Rentals/Linens All Occasions Party Rental/Marbella Event Furniture & Decor Rental 724-745-1500, 877-788-8100 allparty.com A full-service event rental company providing an extensive range of rental items and equipment. We are dedicated to providing customers superior service and the best product selection. Event Source 412-809-8100, 877-901-0000 eventsource.com Provides an extensive in-stock line of the finest rental products to customize any size event. Signature service is marked by accuracy, efficiency and 40+ years of industry expertise. Tipple 412-532-8613, tippletaps.com Tipple offers wine, champagne, beer and other assorted beverages on tap from our antique Motel T, The Little Red Truck. Windswept Entertainment & Event Rentals 724-539-1009, windswept.com From concept to completion, Windswept Entertainment & Event Rentals is best in class for all your event rental needs.

Event/Race Timing GCXC Race Timing & Management 412-577-8556, 440-413-0907 gcxcracing.com GCXC is a timing and management company specializing in chip-timing/ scoring. GCXC times anything from your local 5k footrace to ultra distances. GCXC also services triathlons, bike races, XC and more! Fireworks/Pyrotechnics Pyrotecnico 724-652-9555, 800-854-4705 pyrotecnico.com Pyrotecnico is the recognized leader as an innovative, full service fireworks, special effects and laser show production company. Florists/Plant Rentals Jim Ludwig’s Blumengarten Florist 412-281-3322, 800-BLUMEN-5 blumen.com We cater to business accounts and conventions. Call us for floral arrangements, plants and “Taste of Pittsburgh” baskets. We rent plants! Convenient to Downtown and the convention center. Wallace Floral 412-381-1000, wallacefloral.com Specializes in fresh, silk and dried floral arrangements, tropical and blooming plants, gift baskets for everyday, birthdays, anniversaries, special events and conventions. Proud member of the Telefora network. Gift Baskets & Amenity Items A.G. Trimble Company 412-563-4090, agtrimble.com In business since 1913, the A.G. Trimble Co. sells a wide range of imprinted promotional products. We also can fulfill your flag, flagpole and banner needs. Basket of Pittsburgh 412-221-4406, 800-608-4400 basketofpittsburgh.com Specialty gift baskets featuring products from Pittsburgh vendors. From birthdays to welcomes and thank yous, Basket of Pittsburgh has the gift for every occasion. Local delivery and worldwide shipping available! CPI Creative 412-782-2675, cpicreative.com Promotional products, logoed apparel, graphic design services, CPI creative is the best source for all your branding. Let us warehouse your items and deliver for your next event. WBE Certified. PIT Shop, LLC 412-250-7218, pitshopnow.com PIT Shop offers healthier snack options. We deliver boxes and wellness bags filled with local fruit and healthy snacks to workplaces. We also deliver to special events, meetings and conventions. START Creative Finishings 724-716-1794, startcreativefinishings.com With decades of industry experience in power coating and metal fabrications, START Creative helps companies and individuals showcase creativity through custom signage, architectural metals, large-scale photography, decorative finishings and more.

Interpreters/Sign Language Sign Language Interpreting Professionals (SLIP) 412-400-2021, slipasl.com Focused on bridging the communication gap between deaf and non-deaf individuals in Western Pennsylvania. SLIP provides access to certified, registered, highly-qualified, American Sign Language interpreters to meet your business’ needs. Lighting & Specialty Laser Emerald Owl Productions, Inc. 412-713-6517, 833-GLOWEOP emeraldowlproductions.com COVID-19 COMPLIANT EVENTS AVAILABLE. Professional laser shows with drive-in option, glow-in-dark effects, lighting and sound. Ask about our slime machine, perfect for fundraisers or excuse to slime the boss/colleague. Photographers Glory Days Photography 724-453-0130, 866-344-4343 glorydaysphoto.net Digital photography studio with onsite printing capabilities. Specializing in corporate events, meetings and conventions using state-of-the-art technology. Jack Wolf Photography 412-963-7915, jackwolfphotography.com Jack Wolf specializes in corporate event work and location photography. Will work within all budgets. Marsha Green Photography 412-352-3721 marshagreenphotography.com Memories are important. They should be stored deep in your heart and hung all over your home. Masha Green Photography specializes in weddings, portraits, sports, seniors and corporate events. MD Photography 412-216-5807, imagesbymd.com Photography services for special events, corporate events, conventions and meetings using current digital technology. Professional, experienced and dependable. Photographing events since 1985. Printers and Copying Services ColorPerfect Printing 412-288-2525, colorperfectprinting.com Full-service digital printer for B/W and color prints located in the Cultural District. We can handle all your marketing and trade show display pieces with our in-house graphic design team.

RR Donnelley Printing 412-241-8200, rrdonnelley.com Provides solutions in commercial printing, forms and labels, direct mail, financial printing, print fulfillment, business communication outsourcing, logistics, online services, digital photography and content and database management. Security & Investigation Services Peak Security, Inc. 412-389-9402, peaksecurityinc.com Peak Security is a locally-owned security company that provides armed and unarmed guard services. Signs & Banners Airborne Promotions, LLC 412-401-8102, airbornepromotions.net Airborne Promotions offers visual marketing solutions. Experts in indoor and outdoor promotional displays, window and surface graphics and large format banners, signage and streetscapes. Done right, every time! Palmer Products Imaging 412-823-5971, 800-527-5971 palmerproductsimaging.com For more than 50 years, Palmer Products has been helping our clients to effectively communicate through graphics and signage. Our Pittsburgh location serves Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio and West Virginia.

Dining Allentown Alla Famiglia 412-488-1440, allafamigliapittsburgh.com Fine dining Italian eatery featuring traditional homemade Italian dishes. Dine in an old-world atmosphere featuring 6 distinctive dining rooms, unwind at Bar Americo and celebrate occasions in our Grand Ballroom. Airport/West bellfarm Kitchen | Bar 724-899-6050 pittsburghairport.hyatt.com Enjoy a casually chic atmosphere at the bellfarm Kitchen | Bar serving regionally inspired, farm-to-table dishes, craft beers and premium cocktails. Our bellfarm Express serves your favorite Starbucks products. Ditka’s of Pittsburgh 412-722-1555, ditkasrestaurants.com Restaurant, Steakhouse and Tavern. Jacksons Restaurant + Bar 412-329-1405, experiencejacksons.com Airport corridor’s newest dining experience serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days. Offering a casual setting with new American cuisine.

Vital Signs 412-494-3308, 412-494-3327 vitalsignspgh.com A custom sign and graphics company. We design and fabricate all types of interior/exterior/eco signage and offer large digital printing: vehicle graphics/ wraps, elevator wraps and more!

Mad Mex Robinson 412-494-5656, madmex.com Funky Fresh Cal-Mex! Signature burritos, big margaritas, spicy wings and innovative vegetarian variations make for an extraordinary dining experience. Complementing the fresh fare is a festive, artfully designed interior.

Warren Associates 412-766-5757, warrenassociates.com Warren Associates has been a leader in graphics and signage for more than 70 years. Our finishing and installation capabilities make us uniquely suited to fulfill customers’ needs.

Penn Brewery - Pittsburgh International Airport 412-472-5419, pennbrew.com Pittsburgh’s oldest and largest craft brewery serves award-winning brews and “ethnic Pittsburgh” fare at its Pittsburgh International Airport location. Offers full bar, plus six-packs and growlers to go.

Speakers & Trainers/ Special Programs Guest Service Solutions 303-506-7876, guestss.com We believe in inspired customer service for remarkable business results. We deliver creative, engaging and customized keynote speeches, customer service workshops, webinars, coaching, mystery shopping and management consulting solutions.

Quicksilver Restaurant, Lounge & Banquet Center 724-796-1594, quicksilvergolf.com Open throughout the golf season and has an excellent pub dining menu. Stop in to sample from our wide selection of draft beer, bottle beers, popular imports, specialty seasonal beers, wines and liquor.

Knepper Press 724-899-4219, knepperpress.com A full-service web and sheet-fed printer. Specializing in magazines, catalogs, corporate brochures and direct mail. We operate 24/7 and are located next to the airport.

Temporary/Clerical Support PeopleReady 412-683-1724, peopleready.com A leading provider of temporary staffing solutions, with industry specialization in construction, hospitality, manufacturing and logistics, transportation and waste & recycling.

The Runner Stone Mill House Restaurant & Bar 412-788-8800, 800-328-9297 pittsburghairportmarriott.com Features fresh American fare in a chic atmosphere. Mingle at the bar or dine by the large windows – our farm-totable cuisine creates the perfect start or end to your day.

Print Tech 412-963-1500, printtechofwpa.com We specialize in printing for conventions. Your dedicated CSR will make sure your files print exactly as you intended, and we will deliver before the project is due. Stress free!

Videography Jado Media 412-889-4915, jadomedia.com A full-service video production company based in Pittsburgh. We specialize in a wide variety of video services with a cinematic edge.

Seasons/Asado Urban Grill 412-920-8011 pittsburghgreentree.doubletree.com Fill up on delicious offerings at our flagship dining establishment, Asado Urban Grill. Guests enjoy a home-style breakfast buffet each morning to refuel for another exciting day exploring Pittsburgh.


Braddock/Rankin Mary’s Vine 412-351-8463, marysvine.com Our wine lounge is a relaxing place to celebrate a special occasion or join your friends and enjoy a glass of wine and amazing food while listening to live music. Superior Motors 412-271-1022, superiormotors15104.com Thoughtfully prepared food drawing inspiration from Braddock, its people, its history and its perservance. The cuisine best represents the eclectic style which has become a trademark of Chef Kevin Sousa. Downtown 3 Rivers Restaurant 412-391-4600 wyndhamgrandpittsburgh.com Fusing the local, traditional cuisine of Pittsburgh with modern American tastes and techniques, this upscale eatery offers culinary treats that mirror the multicultural heritage of the city itself. Alihan’s Mediterranean Cuisine 412-888-0630, 412-888-0629 alihanscuisine.com Family-owned restaurant bringing a piece of Turkey to Downtown Pittsburgh. Proudly serving meals from Turkish, Greek, Italian and Middle-Eastern cuisines made of fresh, high-quality ingredients, Halal meat and fresh fish. August Henry’s City Saloon 412-765-3270, augusthenrys.com American comfort foods, serving lunch, dinner and late night. Open M-S 11 a.m.2 a.m. Price range $10-$20. Credit cards accepted. Backstage Bar at Theater Square 412-325-6769, trustarts.org Backstage Bar serves beverages and offers a casual food menu and often features live entertainment with no cover charge. This facility is owned and operated by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. The Bigelow Grille 412-281-5013, bigelowgrille.com 4-star rated by the Pittsburgh PostGazette and voted Top 10 Restaurants in Pittsburgh by msn.com. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Bill’s Bar and Burger 412-567-2300, billsbarandburger.com Bill’s is in the ‘Burgh! We’ve brought our classic Bill’s burgers, beers and milkshakes, while adding a bit of Pittsburgh to our menu! Braddock’s Rebellion 412-992-2005, braddocksrestaurant.com Classic comfort food with a spirit of Pittsburgh local spin. Butcher and the Rye 412-391-2752, butcherandtherye.com This two-story restaurant is a destination for its extensive whiskey collection and creative menu, which offers contemporary riffs on rustic American dishes. Butcher is a James Beard Foundation award winner. The Capital Grille 412-338-9100, thecapitalgrille.com The Capital Grille is an upscale steakhouse featuring dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood and an award-winning wine list.


The Carlton Restaurant 412-391-4099, thecarltonrestaurant.com A Pittsburgh original that has been pleasing discriminating diners for 37 years! Conveniently located in One BNY Mellon Center – in the heart of the business and hotel district. Christos Mediterranean Grille 412-261-6442, grubhub.com Christos is an old European-style bistro, located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District, that specializes in authentic Greek cuisine and Mediterranean delicacies. Its famous “Onassis” dessert is a must!

Ephesus Mediterranean Restaurant 412-552-9020 pizzarestaurantpittsburgh.com Offering a vast selection of unique and delicious pizza flavors for everyone to enjoy. Choose from our mouth-watering varieties of pizza, pasta, wings, hoagies, gyros, kabobs and many more! fl.2 412-773-8848, fl2pgh.com The newest restaurant concept from Fairmont Pittsburgh has arrived. fl.2 is the balance of vibrant and inviting elements designed to create the perfect dining experience.

City Works Eatery & Pour House 412-448-2900 cityworksrestaurant.com/pittsburgh Eatery and Pour House featuring modern American classics with chefdriven twists, 90+ craft beers on draft and an upbeat atmosphere. Open for lunch, dinner, happy hour, late night and brunch.

Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse 412-312-5001 fogo.com | fogogroups.com/pittsburgh Authentic Brazilian Steakhouse that began nearly 40 years ago in Brazil featuring fire-roasted meals carved tableside by gaucho chefs, a seasonal Market Table, Premium Bar and an award-winning wine list.

The Commoner 412-230-4800, thecommonerpgh.com The Commoner is anything but common. American classics with a touch of the unexpected are at the heart of this Downtown Pittsburgh restaurant.

freshii 412-430-0318, freshii.com Bowls, burritos, salads, wraps, soups, smoothies & juice. M-F 6 a.m.-6 p.m. Need it fast? Download our app or order from GrubHub for delivery. Delivery available on orders over $100.

Condado Tacos 412-281-9111, condadotacos.com Build your own tacos featuring double decker shells and fresh ingredients made daily. Choices ranging from the toppings all the way down to the shell. Served with your favorite margarita!

Harris Grill 412-288-5273, harrisgrill.com Sometimes you just need a good meal and a stiff drink. From a simple sandwich to exotic macaroni and cheeses, Harris Grill is here for you. Tuesday is Bacon Night.

DiBella’s Subs 412-338-8634, dibellas.com Fresh-baked classic Italian rolls, fresh veggies and meats for subs and salads and famous grandma DiBella’s cookies. We are happy to cater your meeting, party or special occasion.

Hello Bistro Downtown 412-434-0100, hellobistro.com A fast-casual restaurant where burgers and salads come together. Over 50 different ingredients and a host of house made dressings can cater to any unique salad personality.

Eadie’s Market & Catering 412-391-3993, eadiescatering.com Eadie’s Market is a 144-seat restaurant featuring homemade pastries for breakfast and a variety of quick service lunch-time fare. Antonio’s is the newest pizza Downtown and quickly becoming a favorite.

Jimmy John’s 412-697-0999, jimmyjohns.com Home of the world’s greatest sub. The freshest and best subs since 1983. Delivery available Downtown. Catering includes party platters, box lunches, cookie trays, JJ Potato chips and kosher pickles.

Eddie Merlot’s Prime Aged Beef and Seafood 412-235-7676, eddiemerlots.com A place where hospitality and the comfort of our guests are our highest mission. We provide the finest personal service, highest quality of food, freshest ingredients and world-class facilities.

La Gourmandine, LLC 412-456-2727, lagourmandinebakery.com La Gourmandine is a French bakery located in Downtown Pittsburgh. Offering European-style breakfast, quick lunch with seating options and any dessert pastry from single serving to 50 serving sheet cakes.

Eddie V’s Prime Seafood 412-391-1714, eddiev.com Specializes in prime seafood flown in daily, premium hand-carved steaks and a selection of over 300 wines from around the world.

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant 412-201-6992, mccormickandschmicks.com McCormick & Schmick’s specializes in the freshest fish, seafood, steaks, poultry and pastas. Entrees are prepared with the finest and freshest ingredients.

Elevation 412-338-2200 pittsburghdowntown.embassysuites.com Elevation is the Embassy Suites’ featured restaurant located on the 25th floor of the historic Oliver Building. The menu offers guests American comfort-food while offering sweeping view of Downtown Pittsburgh.

Meat & Potatoes 412-325-7007, meatandpotatoespgh.com Meat & Potatoes features simple and approachable fare from chef/owner Richard DeShantz, emphasizing the traditional yet satisfying of American pantry, paired with a curated selection of handcrafted libations.

The Milk Shake Factory 412-315-7115, themilkshakefactory.com The Milk Shake Factory is Pittsburgh’s premier milkshake and chocolate destination, serving up handspun shakes, craft sundaes and fine chocolates using the highest quality ingredients since 1914. Moe’s Southwest Grill 412-224-4422, moes.com Freshest Southwest fare in Pittsburgh served in a fun, energetic atmosphere. Enjoy huge burritos and healthy options while admiring the charm of historic Market Square. Welcome to Moe’s! Morton’s The Steakhouse 412-261-7141, mortons.com Sinatra and cocktails set the mood as generous portions of USDA prime-aged beef or succulent seafood and classic steakhouse sides arrive at tables dressed in crisp linens. Nicholas Coffee & Tea Co. 412-261-4225, 888-261-4225 nicholascoffee.us Since 1919, Nicholas Coffee has been introducing discerning coffee lovers to fresh-roasted, whole-bean coffee in our historic building in busy Market Square. Stop in for a cup! Olive or Twist 412-255-0525, olive-twist.com Pittsburgh’s premier martini bar and lounge. Elegant American cuisine and award-winning cocktails. Stop for a drink and dinner before a show or contact our event planner for your private reception. Ollie’s Gastropub 412-338-2200 x 2833 pittsburghdowntown.embassysuites.com Ollie’s Gastropub is a truly unique lounge experience located in the Embassy Suites on the 25th floor of the Oliver Building featuring craft cocktails and view of PNC Park. Or, The Whale & The Boulevard Lounge 412-632-0002, orthewhalepgh.com Seafood and chop house founded to connect you with adventure including a wood-fired hearth, dry-aged beef program, a sommelier to choose your wine, open kitchen and nautical experience. The Original Oyster House 412-566-7925 originaloysterhousepittsburgh.com A Pittsburgh tradition since 1870. The oldest bar and restaurant in the city serves up their famous and delicious jumbo fish sandwiches, award-winning crab cakes and other tasty seafood. Palm Court 412-281-7100, omnihotels.com/pittsburgh The Palm Court serves small bites, traditional afternoon tea and specialty drinks in an elegantly understated atmosphere. Swing to live music on select evenings. Penn City Grille 412-281-3700, westin.com/pittsburgh An upscale breakfast restaurant located on the 2nd floor of the Westin Pittsburgh, featuring health-conscious entrees. The restaurant offers a grab-and-go option and freshly brewed Starbuck’s coffee. Penn Station East Coast Subs 412-803-7366, penn-station.com At Penn Station Subs we are ALL ABOUT GOOD TASTE! Take your pick from our fresh grilled subs, fresh hand-cut fries, fresh baked cookies and fresh squeezed lemonade. You won’t be disappointed!

Primanti Bros. Market Square 412-261-1599, primantibros.com Home of the almost famous sandwich. Born in 1933 from a small wooden lunch stand in the Strip District to today with over 20 locations in Pittsburgh and South Florida.

Steelhead Brasserie & Wine Bar 412-394-3474, marriott.com/pitdt Located in the Marriott Hotel in the heart of Pittsburgh, PA. Offering casual fare and comforting flavors in a relaxing lounge and wine bar for neighbors and travelers alike.

Redbeard’s on Sixth Sports Bar & Grill 412-261-2324, redbeardspgh.com Redbeard’s on Sixth Sports Bar & Grill in Downtown Pittsburgh Cultural District! Open seven days a week, serving food nightly until 1 a.m. Eat, drink and have fun!

täkō 412-471-8256, takopgh.com Three gringos and an 8-legged culinary muse, whose street name is tako, brought the so-cal surf vibe to the Steel City with south of the border force and fierce margaritas.

Revel + Roost 412-281-1134, revelandroost.com Revel and Roost is a two-story refined rustic American restaurant. Grab breakfast, lunch, dinner or a weekend brunch at Revel, or sit down to a chefcrafted entree and wine pairing at Roost. Rivers Club 412-391-5227, riversclub.com Established in 1983, Rivers Club is a private business and sports club comprised of formal and casual dining areas, seven meeting rooms (including ballroom) and full athletic facilities. Rock ‘n’ Joe Coffee Bar 412-281-7111, rocknjoe.com Rock ‘n’ Joe is a creative space where you can enjoy great drinks, food and an amazing staff, all while enjoying the sounds of rock ‘n’ roll music. Ruth’s Chris Steak House 412-391-4800, ruthschris.com We are dedicated to ensuring our restaurants remain a safe and comfortable place for you, your family, friends and coworkers to come together and enjoy warm hospitality and sizzling steaks. Salonika’s Bar and Grill 412-261-4770, salonikapgh.com Authentic Greek cuisine, homemade specials daily. Located in the heart of the Cultural District. Nice and cozy atmosphere. Sit back, relax and enjoy some Greek music. Sammy’s Famous Corned Beef 412-765-2244 facebook.com/sammyspgh Since 1987, Sammy’s Famous Corned Beef provides the people of Pittsburgh and visitors to our city quality food and drinks at reasonable prices with great service in a comfortable atmosphere. Sienna Mercato 412-281-2810, siennamercato.com With three distinct dining options under one roof, Sienna Mercato brings a unique restaurant experience to Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. Italian with a twist, made fresh daily in our scratch kitchen. Social House 7 412-709-6808, socialhouse7.com This sophisticated Asian Fusion venue in the Cultural District features a sushi bar, robata grill, two sizable bars featuring craft cocktails, sake and event space for up to 340 guests. The Speckled Egg 412-251-5248, thespeckledeggpgh.com Neighborhood diner whipping up omelets, sandwiches, cocktails and espresso in a friendly atmosphere. Open W-Su 8 a.m.-3 p.m!

Talia Cucina & Rosticerria 412-456-8214, taliapgh.com Modern Pittsburgh feel on an Italian Trattoria, focusing on open fire rotisserie cooking a well as homemade pastas and fresh local ingredients. The Terrace Room 412-553-5235 omnihotels.com/pittsburgh Terrace Room’s team takes local ingredients and fuses them into creative dishes that inspire the palate. Exciting offerings include breakfast, lunch, dinner, Saturday & Sunday brunch and monthly wine dinners. Vallozzi’s Pittsburgh 412-394-3400, vallozzispittsburgh.com Family owned and operated for over 50 years, following in the footsteps of Vallozzi’s Classic Restaurant in Greensburg, PA. Fresh ingredients, Italian meats and cheeses flown in from Italy every week. Waffles, INCaffeinated Downtown 412-290-7801, wafflesincaffeinated.com Gourmet waffles (savory or sweet), creative sandwiches and custom coffee drinks. Enjoy our boutique dining experience at one of our four locations: South Side, Fifth Ave. (Downtown) Pittsburgh, Beaver, Wexford. East End Fish Nor Fowl 412-460-4644, fishnorfowlpgh.com An American restaurant that celebrates an evolved perspective on thoughtful usage of ingredients and preparations. Utilizing flavors and techniques around the globe. Paris 66 412-404-8166, paris66bistro.com Voted “Best French Restaurant,” Paris 66 is an authentic, cozy and intimate French bistro, serving everyday french cuisine prepared with local, fresh ingredients. Spork 412-441-1700, sporkpittsburgh.com We are a small-plates, chef-owned restaurant with a firm commitment to scratch preparation. Our constantly evolving menu features fresh pasta and house-cured meats alongside a variety of composed dishes. Lawrenceville/Bloomfield The Church Brew Works 412-688-8200, churchbrew.com Drink and dine in splendor. Experience the city’s most spectacular atmosphere located in this historic turn-of-the-century church. Enjoy award-winning cuisine, wood-fired pizza and hand-crafted lager and ales.

Poulet Bleu 412-325-3435, pouletbleupgh.com A collaboration between chef/owner Richard DeShantz and co-owner Tolga Sevdik, Poulet Bleu is a Frenchinspired bistro featuring the classics of what makes a bistro the ultimate neighborhood spot.

FLIPT @ Rivers Casino 412-231-7777 riverscasino.com/pittsburgh/dining/flipt This “burger-mecca” has high standards when it comes to premium-quality, fresh ingredients. FLIPT offers various gourmet burgers, french fries, milkshakes and more.

Senti 412-586-4347, sentirestaurant.com A modern, elegant setting, Senti serves authentic Italian cuisine and wine, specializing in fine European dining. Senti is also a perfect venue for private events and business dinners. ADA compliant.

Foundry Table & Tap 412-930-0744, thefoundrypgh.com Located on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, The Foundry is an award-winning restaurant featuring farm-fresh local and seasonal ingredients, extensive selection of seasonal craft brews and a river patio with unsurpassed views.

Mount Washington Bigham Tavern 412-431-9313, bighamtavern.com A welcoming extension of home that people yearn for in their neighborhood bar. We welcome families, neighbors and friends to come hang and chow down on our award-winning fare.

Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse 412-222-4014, hydeparkrestaurants.com “Rated among America’s Best” – “Zagat Guide Award of Excellence” – Wine Spectator. Featuring large window views of the Downtown skyline and rivers. This is simply not your dad’s steakhouse.

LeMont Restaurant 412-431-3100, lemontpittsburgh.com Award-winning restaurant. Panoramic view. Spacious, aesthetic lounge. Live music Saturdays. Private parties from 25 to 500. Open Tuesday-Saturday for dinner at 5 p.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. Monterey Bay Fish Grotto 412-481-4414 montereybayfishgrotto.com Located on top of Mt. Washington, Monterey Bay is just as famous for its mouthwatering fresh seafood and impeccable service as it is for its stunning panoramic views of Pittsburgh. Redbeard’s Bar & Grill 412-431-3730, redbeardspgh.com Sports bar and grill with 12 HD TV’s. Open seven days a week serving food nightly until 1 a.m. Mt. Washington hot spot to eat, drink and have fun. Free Wi-Fi. North Ember & Vine Woodfire Oven and Social Bar 724-778-4177 hilton.com/en/hotels/pitmadtdoubletree-pittsburgh-cranberry/dining The menus take a simple approach with strong components; salt, pepper and fire, coupled with carefully selected local ingredients, are the focal points of our classic American cuisine. Mad Mex North Hills 412-366-5656, madmex.com Funky Fresh Cal-Mex! Signature burritos, big margaritas, spicy wings and innovative vegetarian variations make for an extraordinary dining experience. Complementing the fresh fare is a festive, artfully designed interior. North Shore/North Side Bar Louie North Shore 412-643-4500, barlouie.com Bar Louie is your neighborhood bar where you can enjoy handcrafted martinis and cocktails, local/ regional drafts, incredible wines and a huge selection of bar bites, burgers, flatbreads and sandwiches. Ciao @ Rivers Casino 412-231-7777 riverscasino.com/pittsburgh/dining/ciao For a quick, casual bite in a café atomsphere. Ciao is the perfect coffee break and more.

Martorano’s Prime @ Rivers Casino 412-231-7777 riverscasino.com/pittsburgh/ dining/martoranos-prime Celebrity cook Steve Martorano debuts an Italian-American Steakhouse at Rivers Casino Pittsburgh. Martorano’s Prime features elevated pastas, Steve’s famous meatballs, steaks and more. Open W-Su at 5 p.m. Mian @ Rivers Casino 412-231-7777 riverscasino.com/pittsburgh/dining/mian Offers quick-service authentic Asian cuisine for guests who want a delectable meal for dining in or carrying out. Enjoy a wide variety of traditional favorites, including potstickers and ramen noodles. Penn Brewery 412-237-9400, pennbrew.com Pittsburgh’s oldest and largest brewery, Penn serves award-winning craft beers, traditional “Euro-Pittsburgh” fare including wurst, schnitzel & pierogi, plus modern Pittsburgh fare in our 19th-century landmark building. Tequila Cowboy 412-930-0895 tequilacowboy.com/pittsburgh The most entertaining experience in Pittsburgh! Offering rock, country, karaoke, live music and 80’s & 90’s throwbacks. Full service kitchen, fantastic happy hour, brunch and Pittsburgh’s only mechanical bull! Wheelhouse Bar and Grill @ Rivers Casino 412-231-7777, riverscasino.com/ pittsburgh/dining/diningwheelhouse A casual, comfortable spot to catch any game while enjoying a delicious meal, featuring indoor and patio seating. Menu items range from burgers, salads, wings and more. Oakland Bridges Restaurant and Lounge 800-864-8287, 412-682-6200 wyndham.com Located in the beautiful Oakland neighborhood, Bridges Restaurant and Lounge offers savory American comfort foods like burgers & sandwiches, while featuring local craft beers. Join us on Oakland’s largest covered patio!


The Café Carnegie 412-622-3225, thecafecarnegie.com Under the direction of two-time James Beard Award semifinalist Chef Sonja Finn, The Café Carnegie brings approachable cooking using responsibly sourced ingredients to Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History. Eliza Hot Metal Bistro 412-621-1551, elizahotelindigo.com American Bistro exploring classic Pittsburgh flavors beloved by those that worked the furnaces combined with the fresh perspective and seasonal sourcing that define what we eat in our region today. Garden Grille & Bar 412-683-2040 pittsburghuniversityplace.hgi.com Overlooking the University of Pittsburgh and featuring cooked-to-order breakfast, freshly prepared soups, salads and sandwiches for lunch, and local, craft brews and spirits paired with savory bites for dinner and happy hour. Hello Bistro 412-687-8787, hellobistro.com A fast-casual restaurant where burgers and salads come together. Over 50 different ingredients and a host of house made dressings can cater to any unique salad personality. LOTSA Stone Fired Pizza 412-727-8000, lotsa.com A fast-casual pizza restaurant that specializes in offering customizable, fast pizzas and salads with freshness and ingredients to the customers’ satisfaction. Our pizza is baked in just 150 seconds! Mad Mex Oakland 412-681-5656, madmex.com Funky Fresh Cal-Mex! Signature burritos, big margaritas, spicy wings and innovative vegetarian variations make for an extraordinary dining experience. Complementing the fresh fare is a festive, artfully designed interior. The Porch at Schenley 412-687-6724, theporchatschenley.com A contemporary casual restaurant featuring thoughtfully-crafted seasonal food and cocktails, made with fresh ingredients from local farms, coupled with the best outdoor dining in Pittsburgh. Spirits & Tales 412-297-4080, spiritandtales.com A bold new brasserie atop The Oaklander Hotel, overlooking one of Pittsburgh’s most iconic neighborhoods, where classic and contemporary converge on the plate and in S&T’s unique interior design. Regional Aqueous 866-406-6957, 833-912-1340 nemacolin.com Located in Falling Rock at Nemacolin, Aqueous is a AAA Four Diamond restaurant. Menu focused on locally raised beef, lamb, pork and chicken. Open May through October. Eat’n Park Hospitality Group 412-461-2000, 800-947-4033 enphospitality.com Portfolio of regional food service concepts focused on personalized dining that serves more than 50 million guests yearly in our restaurants and on college and corporate campuses.


Helen’s Restaurant @ Seven Springs 814-352-7777, 800-452-2223 7springs.com The perfect place for a truly fine dining experience. Helen’s continues the tradition of offering an upscale dining experience in a rustic setting with unique food.

Umi Japanese Restaurant 412-362-6198, bigburrito.com Umi exists to please with perfection. Enjoy intimate dining at the sushi bar while Mr. Shu creates your dishes, or slide into the traditional tatami tables and share the experience with friends.

Primanti Bros. South Side 412-381-2583, primantibros.com Home of the almost famous sandwich. Born in 1933 from a small wooden lunch stand in the Strip District to today with over 20 locations in Pittsburgh and South Florida.

Lautrec 866-406-6957, nemacolin.com Lautrec is a multiple receipient of Pittsburgh Magazine’s Top 25 Restaurants and offers cuisine and service as creative as the art of Toulouse Lautrec himself.

South Gather Restaurant & Bar 412-833-5300 crowneplaza.com/pittsburghso Gather Restaurant and Bar located inside the completely transformed Crowne Plaza Hotel and Suites Pittsburgh South serves craft beers, vintage-inspired cocktails, distinctive salads and awesome burgers!

Twelve Whiskey Barbecue 412-742-4024, twelvepgh.com Pittsburgh’s premiere barbecue restaurant located in the heart of the South Side. Extensive whiskey list, over 100 craft beers and late night kitchen open until midnight.

Slopeside Restaurant @ Seven Springs 814-352-7777, 800-452-2223 7springs.com Slopeside Restaurant features amazing views of the slopes, gracious service, comfortable family dining and great allAmerican selections at reasonable prices. The Tavern 866-406-6957, nemacolin.com Fashioned after a traditional English pub, guests can enjoy a game of pool on the Tavern’s antique Brunswick pool tables while enjoying the casual pub-style fare. Shadyside Acorn 412-530-5950, acornpgh.com Acorn is a modern American restaurant from celebrated Chef Scott Walton. A neighborhood joint, Chef Walton’s cooking style centers around quality food that is rustic, simple and refined. Casbah Mediterranean Restaurant and Wine Bar 412-661-5656, bigburrito.com Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Warm bread, homemade pasta, a cheese plate followed by appetizers or a four-course meal are all possibilities for an evening at Casbah. Girasole Restaurant 412-682-2130, girasolepgh.com Touted as one of the best Italian restaurants in Pittsburgh, Girasole offers traditional and innovative cuisine. This charming, family-owned restaurant has been a Shadyside staple for 13 years. Catering available. Harris Grill 412-362-5273, harrisgrill.com Sometimes you just need a good meal and a stiff drink. From a simple sandwich to exotic macaroni and cheeses, Harris Grill is here for you. Tuesday is Bacon Night. La Feria - Pamela’s Peruvian Cousin 412-682-4501, laferia.net Located above Pamela’s Diner on Walnut Street, La Feria is Pamela’s Peruvian cousin. Featuring traditional and fusion Latin American dishes. La Feria also offers daily vegetarian and meat specials. SOBA 412-362-5656, bigburrito.com Plush comfort and gentle mystery. Soba cooks from the heart, embracing the fundamental flavors and styles of our favorite dishes from China, Thailand, Korea, Japan and other Asian destinations.

Jacksons Restaurant + Bar 724-743-5005, experiencejacksons.com Neighborhood restaurant offering new American cuisine in a chic and welcoming atmosphere. Jacksons’ smart casual dining features fresh, seasonal and locally sourced foods and an extensive wine and cocktail list. Mad Mex South Hills 412-279-0200, madmex.com Funky Fresh Cal-Mex! Signature burritos, big margaritas, spicy wings and innovative vegetarian variations make for an extraordinary dining experience. Complementing the fresh fare is a festive, artfully designed interior. South Side Carmella’s Plates & Pints 412-918-1215 carmellasplatesandpints.com Newly renovated with a modern yet rustic take on our menu. Enjoy our earthy-stone fireplace and our outdoor seating. 150 Bourbons/Scotches, 27 craft tap beers, 11 whiskeys and 11 wines. Doce Taqueria 412-238-8518, docetaqueria.com Pittsburgh’s favorite taco shop! Located in the heart of the South Side. Serving up authentic tacos until 3 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Hello Bistro 412-390-1922, hellobistro.com A fast-casual restaurant where burgers and salads come together. Over 50 different ingredients and a host of house made dressings can cater to any unique salad personality. Hofbräuhaus Pittsburgh 412-224-2328 hofbrauhauspittsburgh.com Hofbräuhaus Pittsburgh is where family and friends can enjoy traditionallybrewed beer, great food and a vibrant, authentic environment with Pittsburgh’s most scenic outdoor dining space. Local Bar + Kitchen 412-904-4221, localbar.com Since establishing itself in Pittsburgh’s vibrant South Side three years ago, Local has become a favorite destination for those seeking excellent food in a relaxed setting. The Milk Shake Factory 412-488-1808, themilkshakefactory.com The Milk Shake Factory is Pittsburgh’s premier milkshake and chocolate destination, serving up handspun shakes, craft sundaes and fine chocolates using the highest quality ingredients since 1914.

The Vault Taproom 412-904-4462, thevaultpgh.com South Side Pittsburgh’s first self-serve draft beer, cider and wine restaurant and bar serving high-quality southern-fusion food and craft cocktails in an upscale casual environment. Station Square Grand Concourse/Gandy Dancer Saloon 412-261-1717 grandconcourserestaurant.com Located in a beautifully restored 1895 train station overlooking Downtown Pittsburgh. Hard Rock Cafe 412-481-7625 hardrockcafe.com/location/pittsburgh At the Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh we have great Food, Live Music, Legendary rock memorabilia and a New Happy Hour! So head down for some Rockin’ on the River! Joe’s Crab Shack Pittsburgh 412-690-2404, joescrabshack.com Offers a variety from all parts of the sea and shore. Guests can choose from buckets of seasonal seafood, fried shrimp platters and fish dishes, and options from the Mainland. Texas de Brazil 412-230-4004, texasdebrazil.com Texas de Brazil is a Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, that features endless servings of flame-grilled meats as well as an extravagant salad area with a wide array of chef-crafted items. Strip District Bar Marco 412-471-1900, barmarcopgh.com Bar Marco is a neighborhood bar/ restaurant focused on well-crafted food, local and seasonal produce, natural wines and craft drinks. DiAnoia’s Eatery 412-918-1875, dianoiaseatery.com An Italian restaurant located in the Strip District is a cafe by day and a full service ristorante by night that specializes in homemade pastas, pastries, breads sandwiches and more. ELEVEN Contemporary Kitchen 412-201-5656, elevenck.com ELEVEN, where Downtown meets the Strip, is the most innovative restaurant from the big Burrito Restaurant Group. Contemporary American flavors are combined to create a fresh and truly original menu. Enrico Biscotti 412-281-2602, enricobiscotti.com Wander into a small bakery in Pittsburgh’s Historic Strip District; you’ll find the aromas are intoxicating. We have all manner of traditional Italian pastries, from macaroons to torta.

Kaya 412-261-6565, bigburrito.com Serving traditional island dishes and American favorites with an island twist. Tropical tapas and entrees are all made with local ingredients. Menu favorites include Yucatan black bean dip and paella. Pamela’s P&G Diners 412-281-6366, pamelasdiner.com A group of unique, independently owned breakfast/lunch restaurants. Voted Best Breakfast in Pittsburgh and named in the top 10 of USA’s Hotcakes. Locations: Strip District, Millvale, Squirrel Hill, Mt. Lebanon, Oakland and Shadyside.

Penn Society 412-212-8051, pennsociety.com Penn Society is a members-only social club in the heart of Pittsburgh’s cultural district. Popular among brides and small businesses, Penn Society is also available for private events. The Speakeasy 412-281-7100, omnihotels.com/pittsburgh The Speakeasy whisks patrons back to the Pittsburgh of the 1920s. This Prohibition-era bar was recently named by Thrillist as of one of 12 Most Essential Bars in Pittsburgh. The Tap Room 412-281-7100, omnihotels.com/pittsburgh Enjoy a variety of microbrews, bourbon and local favorites, tavern style sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads and lighter fare. Catch your favorite sporting event on our TV.

Downtown 306 Forbes Boutique & Brow Bar 412-338-2222, 306forbesboutique.com Apparel to fit any woman’s unique sense of style. Our clothing and accessories are carefully curated to provide our customers the latest fashion. We also offer state-of-the-art Microblading. Boutique La Passerelle 412-434-1325, shop-blp.com Imported European clothing mixed with domestic clothing, shoes and accessories gives Boutique La Passerelle the aesthetic of European Fashion with Pittsburgh Flair.

Small Mall 412-552-3600, caseydroege.com Small Mall is an artist-run/women-owned arts marketplace/gallery featuring a rotating selection of local, handmade visual art and design objects from some of the region’s most talented makers. Wildcard 412-224-2651, wildcardpgh.com Located in the heart of Lawrenceville, Wildcard has been providing Pittsburgh with unique cards, handmade gifts, stunning gift wrap, t-shirts, baby and kids’ gifts, original art and more since 2009!

Crystal River Gems 412-391-5310, crystalrivergems.com Gemstone jewelry, beads, amber, turquoise, agate, rock shop, glass art, nature store products, crystals, globes, paperweights, spheres, minerals, beads by strands.

Mount Washington love, Pittsburgh 412-208-1234, lovepittsburghshop.com Champions of local. A curated selection of gifts that are all made by Pittsburgh artists including candles, tees, jewelry, cards, art, coffee, tea, chocolate, postcards, magnets, mugs, totes and more.

Fifth Avenue Place Arcade Shops 412-456-7800, fifthavenueplacepa.com Your Downtown destination for great gifts and delicious dining. Located in the heart of the Cultural District, corner of Fifth and Liberty Avenues, Fifth Avenue Place is where shopping begins!

Shadyside La Feria 412-682-4501, laferia.net Cross between a craft gallery and a Peruvian cafe, La Feria is a feast for the eyes and mouth. The Peruvian cuisine is fresh and delicious; the crafts are unique.

Mike’s Beer Bar 412-322-2337, 843-384-1886 mikesbeerbar.com Pittsburgh’s premiere destination for great craft beer. Have fun experiencing our 80 rotating taps and 500+ beers. Easy to find right next to PNC Park on Federal Street.

Fresh Nostalgia 412-586-7304, freshnostalgia.com A unique, whimsical, eclectic and vintage inspired women’s boutique catering to creative professionals in the Pittsburgh area and beyond. We offer a distinctive selection of clothing, accessories, home and gifts.

Waterfront Dave & Buster’s 412-462-1500, daveandbusters.com A wide variety of games, endless buffet and bar options and first-rate meeting areas, Dave and Buster’s of Pittsburgh is the premier location for fun and entertaining corporate events.

Strip District Cheerleaders Gentleman’s Club 412-281-3110 cheerleaderspittsburgh.com Cheerleaders Gentlemen’s Club is more than Pittsburgh’s best strip club, we also bring you live sports action, PPV Events, gorgeous adult feature entertainers and daily specials. Come out and play.

Laurie’s Hallmark 412-456-0456, hallmark.com Downtown Pittsburgh’s only Gold Crown Store features a selection of unique greeting cards, keepsake ornaments, an array of collectibles and gift items perfect for any occasion.

Squirrel Hill Gaby Et Jules 412-682-1966, gabyetjules.com Authentic Parisian patisserie specializing in French macaroons and desserts by Chef David Piquard in the uncompromising French tradition. Known for their craftsmanship, finest ingredients and elegant and refined edibles.



Peace, Love and Little Donuts 412-904-4649 peaceloveandlittledonuts.com Fresh donuts hand made throughout the day. Fresh coffee and coffee drinks. Bring the family and watch your donuts being made and hand decorated. Carry-out only. The Pennsylvania Market 412-616-5544, thepamarket.com The Pennsylvania Market boasts four restaurants, an outdoor courtyard featuring food and craft vendors, multiple bars, a Wine Library and a variety of affordable classes and events. Primanti Bros. Strip District 412-263-2142, primantibros.com Home of the almost famous sandwich. Born in 1933 from a small wooden lunch stand in the Strip District to today with over 20 locations in Pittsburgh and South Florida.

North Shore/North Side BURN by Rocky Patel 412-586-5854, burnbyrockypatel.com BURN by Rocky Patel Pittsburgh is an evolution in cigar lounges fashioned for those who enjoy fine cigars, premium spirits, delectable cuisine, trendy house music and live entertainment.

Downtown 3 Rivers Lounge 412-391-4600 wyndhamgrandpittsburgh.com For those looking to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail or an evening nightcap, 3 Rivers Lounge offers a variety of craft beers, wines, signature cocktails and spirits from around the world.

Allentown Dr. Tumblety’s™ (Inspired by Spirits™ Distilling Co. llc) 412-368-3377, inspiredbyspirits.com A time-inspired specialty shop featuring hats & fragrance, grooming & cosmetics, tonics & trinkets, novels & novelties, oils & elixirs, cures & curiosities, local artisans, vintage goods & gifts.

941 Saloon 412-281-5222 facebook.com/941saloon Bar located on Liberty Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh.

Carnegie Firebox Art Studios LLC 412-249-8264, fireboxartstudios.com Beautiful retail art gallery and teaching studio featuring a variety of contemporary works by regional and international female artists. Firebox Art Studios also offers workshops, events and gallery rentals.

Andys @ Fairmont Pittsburgh 412-773-8884, andyswinebar.com Features classic cocktails, wine, beer and a menu perfect for happy hour, casual dinners and late-night dining. Andys is also home to Jazz at Andys, featuring local musicians every Tuesday-Saturday. BLEND Bar with Davidoff Cigars 412-904-4764, blendbarcigar.com Premier cocktail lounge and cigar bar located in the historic Koppers Building. Represented through historical features and architectural symmetry, BLEND pays tribute to the history and grandeur of the city.

MODERN mercantile PGH LLC 412-275-3242 modernmercantilepgh.com MODERN mercantile PGH is a destination for those seeking style, function and quality. Featuring a wide array of locally made accessories and gifts for you, your home and man’s friend.

love, Pittsburgh 412-281-1359, lovepittsburghshop.com Champions of local. A curated selection of gifts that are all made by Pittsburgh artists including candles, tees, jewelry, cards, art, coffee, tea, chocolate, postcards, magnets, mugs, totes and more. PG&H 412-201-2450, pgandh.org Powered by Bridgeway Capital’s Creative Business Accelerator and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, PG&H is a website and store celebrating the region’s top emerging and established makers. WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center and Gift Shop at David L. Lawrence Convention Center 412-325-0323, 1-877-LOVEPGH visitpittsburgh.com Stop by the WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center and Gift Shop for one-stop shopping! We have everything you need to remember your trip to our great city. Lawrenceville The Candle Lab 412-439-4578, thecandlelab.com Choose from over 110+ fragrances to create your custom candle or home fragrance product. Experiment with scent!

Strip District Mahla & Co. Antiques 412-471-2090, mahlaantiques.com Celebrating 25 years. Fine art, antique and vintage furniture, lighting, jewelry, coins, glass and decorative accessories beautifully displayed in 10,000-sq.ft. warehouse. Large selection of Mid-Century Modern. Mention VisitPITTSBURGH, 15% discount (over $25). Mon Aimee Chocolat 412-395-0022, monaimeechocolat.com Domestic and imported premium chocolate, featuring Artisanal Chocolatiers, corporate gifts, personalized baskets, catering favors, homemade hot chocolate and toffee. Shipping and local delivery. Parma Sausage Products 412-391-4238, parmasausage.com A large array of specialty Italian meats and dry cured products produced in the heart of the Strip District since 1954. Stamoolis Brothers Co. 412-471-7676, 877-357-0399 stamoolis.com Mediterranean market specializing in Greek, Italian and Middle Eastern foods. A family tradition since 1909, offering cheeses, olives, oils, balsamics, spices, baklava, homemade spreads, gyro, stuffed grape leaves and more. Strip District Neighbors stripdistrictneighbors.com 501(c)(3) non-profit community group whose mission is to promote economic development and high quality of life, while preserving the personality, integrity and character of the Strip.


Yinzers in The Burgh 412-434-0113, yinzerspgh.com Offers Pittsburgh’s largest selection of Steelers, Pirates and Penguins licensed apparel, hats, novelties, memorabilia and local souvenirs. West/Airport Artifacts 412-921-6544 westendartifacts.blogspot.com THE destination for treasure hunters, presents one of the nation’s largest collections of fine art, antiques, oriental rugs, African objects and SERIOUS new furniture and accessories. Specialty Joden World Resources 724-458-1111, 800-747-7552, joden.com World-class antique, estate and modern jewelry. Fancy yellow diamonds, museum quality, on-premises manufacturing. Five minutes from Grove City Premium Outlets. Quilters Depot 412-308-6236, quiltersdepotpa.com Quilt shop in the South Hills specializing in fabrics, notions, yarns and classes. An official Brother Dealer! More than your typical quilt store! Malls/Outlets Fraport USA Pittsburgh 412-472-5180, fraport-usa.com 80+ shops and restaurants all at regular mall prices...guaranteed and all at Pittsburgh International Airport. Grove City Premium Outlets 724-748-4470 premiumoutlets.com/grovecity Western Pennsylvania’s premier shopping destination with more than 130 outlets, including Calvin Klein, Coach, J.Crew, Michael Kors, Nike, Under Armour, Vera Bradley and more. 50 minutes north just off I-79. The Mall at Robinson 412-788-0816, 412-788-0836 shoprobinsonmall.com Shop more than 120 specialty shops, including H&M, Forever XXI, Macy’s, JCPenney, Wahlburgers and DICK’S Sporting Goods. Fifteen minutes west of Downtown Pittsburgh and five minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport.


Ross Park Mall 412-369-4401, simon.com Minutes from Downtown, Ross Park Mall is the premier retail destination in the region with unmatched selections of both designer and affordable retailers. More than 150 specialty shops and restaurants.

Transportation Air Travel Pittsburgh International Airport 412-472-3525, flypittsburgh.com Pittsburgh International Airport serves nearly 10 million passengers annually on 17 carriers. Spirit Airlines 801-401-2222, spirit.com Offering some of the lowest prices to destinations in the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean. Bus Passenger Transportation Megabus.com 877-462-6342, 201-225-7539 megabus.com Offers safe, convenient, affordable daily express services from $1.00 between 60 cities in North America with free WiFi, power outlets, reclining seats on double-decker and single-deck buses. Cab Service Corporate Express Cab 412-871-3244, 412-722-7377, cetaxi.com Energetic division of THE SAFE TRANSPORTATION GROUP LLC. We specialize in providing taxi service that gives the customer a transportation experience that reflects the values of the region. Commercially insured. zTrip Taxi 412-777-7777, ztrip.com Get the zTrip App: NO Surge Pricing/ Book a Ride for “NOW” or “LATER”. Cash or credit card. Thorough driver background checks. Or, simply call (412) 777-7777. Ground Transportation/ Contract Services Anderson Coach & Travel 724-588-8310, 800-345-3435 goanderson.com Deluxe motorcoach transportation, shuttle services and tour packages. With 84 years of experience, we can secure your convention’s success!

Antique Coach Excursions Ltd. 724-947-9000, 724-947-5676 antiquecoachexcursions.com CHARTER ANTIQUE COACHES – unique, historic, unforgettable; fully-restored; seats 38 to 52; free on-board sound system; projection/translation device rental available for corporate outings, tours, weddings, reunions, milestone birthdays and anniversaries.

Regency Global Transportation Group, Ltd. 412-321-6800, 800-397-0071 regencytransportation.com Pittsburgh’s premier supplier of transportation services to the hospitality and corporate community since 1991. Specializing in high-level events and conferences, our fleet includes sedans, SUVs, limousines, luxury vans and buses.

DeBolt Event Transportation 412-461-9125, 800-433-2658 deboltunlimited.com Pittsburgh’s best transportation service is also its oldest. Family-owned and operated since 1895. Convention shuttles, group airport transfers and complete charter service within Pittsburgh, regionally and nation-wide.

Star Transportation Group 724-776-0044 startransportationgroup.com Encompassing Classy Cab, Cranberry Taxi, Air Star, Star Limousine and VETaxi - offers elegant, professional, eco-friendly, accessible and economical car services to Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas.

First Student Charter Bus 855-272-3222, 412-431-8747 firstcharterbus.com Provides group transportation for any size event, including weddings, reunions, parties, day-trips, sports and corporate events. Let us do the driving! Choose yellow, choose First!

Moped Rentals Scoobi Inc. 412-363-7433, scoobi.co Scoobi is Pennsylvania’s first and only electric moped rideshare! Our mopeds provide the most environmentally conscious, affordable and fun transportation option for exploring Pittsburgh!

Lenzner Coach Lines/Coach USA 412-761-7000, 800-342-2349 coachride.com Transportation specialist. Motorcoach charter local and long distance, minibuses, vans, shuttle service, airport transfers, customized tours, per capita escorted tours and step-on guides. Largest, most modern fleet in Pittsburgh area. Pittsburgh Transportation Group 412-444-4444, 412-322-8507 pghtrans.com Offering wide array of buses, vans, luxury vehicles and wheelchairaccessible equipment for event shuttling, group outings, airport transfers and all other transportation solutions! Limousine & Sedan Services Elite Coach Limousine, Inc. 724-325-2626, 800-488-7775 elite-corporation.com Complete transportation for any occasion. Sedans, limousines, VIP coaches, SUV limousines. Call us for all your transportation needs. ExecuCar 800-410-4444, execucar.com Luxury sedans & SUVs for airport transfers or point-to-point—24/7—book via phone, web or ExecuCar app.

Parking Information Alco Parking Corporation 412-323-4455, 800-803-1198 alcoparking.com Parking stations and garages. All phases of parking management, leasing and consulting. Garage locations: Downtown, North Shore, SouthSide Works, Oakland and Pittsburgh International Airport. Pittsburgh Parking Authority 412-560-7275, pittsburghparking.com Invites you to park at one of our secure, well-lit, conveniently located Downtown garages. Call 412-560-PARK for more information. “T” Light Rail Transit/Subway 412-442-2000, portauthority.org Free T service between Downtown Pittsburgh and North Shore destinations including PNC Park, Heinz Field, Carnegie Science Center and others. Also, the Monongahela Incline offers a great view of Pittsburgh.

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Our Commitment: 1. The health and safety of our visitors and residents will always remain our top priorities.

2. Our health and safety guidelines follow the directives of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Pennsylvania and Allegheny County Health Departments, as well as the City of Pittsburgh.

3. We will serve as a reputable resource for the Pittsburgh tourism community. 4. We will provide you with the most up-to-date information and guidelines so you can confidently move about Pittsburgh.

5. We always will look out for your best interest. You have our word.

Your Commitment: 1. Monitor your health and only travel when you are not presenting COVID-19 symptoms and/or have not had direct exposure to those that are.

2. Wear a mask when in public spaces to prevent the spread of germs. 3. Respect the posted requirements and health and safety guidelines implemented by individual businesses.

4. Maintain at least six-feet distance from those outside of your travel party. 5. Frequently wash your hands

and supplement with hand sanitizer between hand washings.


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