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PITTSBURGH

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2018 OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE


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VisitPITTSBURGH Welcome Centers

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Bloomfield

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Garfield

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Shadyside

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East Liberty

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Monroeville

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Squirrel Hill

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Festivals & Events

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History & Landmarks

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Interactive Entertainment

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Performing Arts

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The Countryside

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Spas & Salons

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Shopping

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Accommodations/ Hotels/Motels

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Dining

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Alternative Options

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Craft Breweries

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Campgrounds

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Beer, Wine & Spirits

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Bed & Breakfasts

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Nightlife

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Gaming

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Dining

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Green Pittsburgh

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Nightlife

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Shopping

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Relocation 98

Business Services

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City of Diversity

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Relocation

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Getting Here/ Getting Around

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Convention/Meeting & Event Services

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Pittsburgh International Airport & Airport Transportation

Transportation

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Index of Partners/Advertisers

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Transportation Tips

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Oakland Map

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Downtown Map

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Art In The Airport

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KidsBURGH®

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Performing Arts

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Sports

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Visual Arts 33 Outdoors

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Parks

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Great Allegheny Passage

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History & Landmarks

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Architecture

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Frank Lloyd Wright

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SOUTH OF DOWNTOWN

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Oakland

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North Shore/North Side

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Family Fun

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Free Things to Do

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Lawrenceville

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Introduction

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Entertainment Venues & Districts

Insider's Guide to the Inclines

NEIGHBORHOODS

Strip District

Beer, Wine & Spirits

Big Events 8 Tours & Sightseeing

EAST OF DOWNTOWN

South Side

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Mt. Washington

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Into the Countryside

WASHINGTON CROSSING BRIDGE (40TH STREET BRIDGE) The 40th Street Bridge is an arch bridge that connects Lawrenceville to Millvale. The bridge received its nickname from a young George Washington, who was headed south to the forks of the Ohio and nearly died while crossing the river. The bridge features cast-iron seals of the 13 original colonies.


Mighty. Beautiful.

CONNECTED. Since the first European settlers arrived in the 1700s, Pittsburghers have BUILT BRIDGES TO CONNECT WITH ONE ANOTHER across scenic valleys, creeks and rivers. This connection of diverse terrain and culture supports the special affinity that people today hold for Pittsburgh.

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DAVID McCULLOUGH BRIDGE (16TH STREET BRIDGE) The David McCullough Bridge spans the Allegheny River near the Strip District neighborhood. Built in 1923, it is an arch bridge with large decorative stone pillars. Named after Pittsburgh native David McCullough, an author and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, the bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.


The “CITY OF BRIDGES” has 446 spans – more than any other city in the world, including Venice, Italy. Stone piers from early bridges stand as reminders of Pittsburgh’s resilience.

Pittsburgh has earned national acclaim for its arts scene and eclectic restaurants, serving globally inspired dishes crafted from local ingredients and everything from an art-filled eatery to wine bars.

Several artistic bridges adorn three major rivers. The Monongahela River’s iconic SMITHFIELD STREET BRIDGE, the oldest steel span in the country, speaks to growth of a center for industry and innovation. A trio of identical “SISTER BRIDGES,” suspended across the Allegheny River, links Downtown and the DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER with the North Shore’s PNC PARK and HEINZ FIELD, where fans of our champion sports teams share the feeling of belonging that Pittsburgh evokes.

Students from around the world exchange ideas at the world-renowned UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY and Duquesne University, academic centers that celebrate research and development. Tech giants GOOGLE, FACEBOOK, UBER and AMAZON have Pittsburgh satellite offices. The new urban aesthetic is epitomized in BAKERY SQUARE, a vibrant community and shopping center built on the site of a historic Nabisco factory in the East End.

In distinctive surrounding counties, small towns and rolling farmland provide continuity of beautiful landscapes and friendly residents. Around this countryside, farmers and industrialists of the 19th century built wooden covered bridges to enable commerce. Nicknamed “KISSING BRIDGES” for the sweethearts who passed through their shadowed interiors, 47 of these covered bridges and the folklore about them have been preserved in southwestern Pennsylvania. Many bear the traditional red color that harkens to oxides found in local soil. Today the dynamic hub of a region of opportunity, Pittsburgh has reinvented public spaces to bridge its rugged past with expectation for a sustainable future. Smart streets, attractive riverfronts, green skyscrapers, reimagined housing, a thriving downtown and investment in historic parks have dramatically changed the city with a stunning skyline. Pittsburgh is the place to be, with its unique, walkable neighborhoods, top-tier hospitals, educational institutions and abundant cultural and recreational attractions.

Brilliant architects of yesterday designed mustsee churches, mansions, skyscrapers and other historic structures in Pittsburgh that meld with the ultra-modern construction of today. The stories of Pittsburgh’s titans of industry, leaders of its renaissance and others who embody the region’s rich cultural heritage are presented in exhibits and programming at the unparalleled CARNEGIE MUSEUMS OF PITTSBURGH, THE FRICK PITTSBURGH and the SENATOR JOHN HEINZ HISTORY CENTER. Getting here via the Parkway (I-376 West) allows you to experience firsthand Pittsburgh’s spectacular skyline as it bursts forth upon emergence from the FORT PITT TUNNEL. It inspired one New York Times writer to call Pittsburgh “THE ONLY CITY WITH AN ENTRANCE.” Equally fun is getting around the Golden Triangle’s quirky street grid and Pittsburgh’s many hills. The SOUTH SIDE SLOPES neighborhood commemorates the city’s 712 sets of outdoor pedestrian stairs with the annual PITTSBURGH STEPTREK. Cyclists from around the country annually race steep streets in the DIRTY DOZEN bike race. The STEEPEST STREET IN THE WORLD is Canton Avenue in the Beechview neighborhood, with a 37 percent grade.

Bond with history and the cityscape aboard the MONONGAHELA INCLINE – the nation’s oldest cable car – or the neighboring DUQUESNE INCLINE. Atop MT. WASHINGTON, once called “Coal Hill,” explore the winding trails, wooded hillsides and surprise vistas of EMERALD VIEW PARK, or eat in one of the many fine dining establishments along “Restaurant Row,” where you’ll see stunning views of the city. Year-round, Pittsburgh plays host to festivals, conventions, gallery crawls, sporting events and seasonal attractions, including a holiday market in MARKET SQUARE and ice skating at MASSMUTUAL PITTSBURGH ICE RINK AT PPG PLACE. PORT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY offers free subway rides Downtown and to and from the North Shore. With a ConnectCard, bus or light-rail riders get discounts and exclusive offers at hundreds of participating retailers. Impressive dining and shopping venues provide options to engage you while at PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, named “Airport of the Year” by Air Transport World Magazine. Other unique places such as RANDYLAND, ARSENAL PARK and RODEF SHALOM BIBLICAL BOTANICAL GARDEN expand horizons. Marathons, musical performances and events such as EMPTY BOWLS PITTSBURGH, ART ALL NIGHT and EQT PITTSBURGH THREE RIVERS REGATTA are great places to connect with the community. Authenticity makes Pittsburgh the real deal. Experience for yourself what everyone’s talking about and why Pittsburgh is bridging the past with the present and future.

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Mighty. Beautiful.

EVENTS. Make your way to Pittsburgh for these BIG EVENTS happening in 2018.

WINTER JA N UA RY 1

MessFest carnegiesciencecenter.org JA N UA RY 1 5 -2 1

Bunny Trolley patrolley.org A PR I L 6 - 8

Pittsburgh Fringe Festival pittsburghfringe.org

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week’s Winter Celebration pittsburghrestaurantweek.com

A PR I L 20 -29

JA N UA RY 26

A PR I L 26 – M AY 6

F E B RUA RY 17

A PR I L 27

M A RC H 17

M AY

M I D - M A RC H – M AY

M AY 5

Gallery Crawl TrustArts.org

South Side Soup Contest southsidesoup.com St. Patrick’s Day Parade pittsburghirish.org/parade Market Square Public Art Project downtownpittsburgh.com

Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week pittsburghcraftbeerweek.com JFilm Festival jfilmpgh.org Gallery Crawl TrustArts.org Venture Outdoors Festival ventureoutdoors.org Pittsburgh Wine Festival pittsburghwinefestival.com M AY 6

SPRING

Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon pittsburghmarathon.com

A PR I L

M AY 20

Pittsburgh Earth Day pittsburghearthday.org A PR I L

Art All Night artallnight.org A PR I L

Banff Mountain Film Festival ventureoutdoors.org

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A PR I L

EQT Children’s Theater Festival trustarts.org/pghkids M AY 27

OpenStreetsPGH OpenStreetsPGH.org M AY 28

Lawrenceville Memorial Day Parade lunited.org


SUMMER JUNE

Juneteenth: Martin R. Delany Festival Visitpittsburgh.com/eventsfestivals JUNE

Kennywood Kidsfest kennywood.com JUNE 1

Pride in the Street & Pride March deltafoundation.us J U N E 1 -1 0

Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival TrustArts.org/TRAF J U N E 1 5 -17

J U LY

Stephen Foster Music and Heritage Festival doodahdays.com J U LY

Picklesburgh downtownpittsburgh.com J U LY

GNC Live Well Liberty Mile libertymile.org J U LY 4

EQT Flashes of Freedom Celebrate America Pittsburgh, presented by Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta, Inc. celebrateamericapgh.com J U LY 6

Gallery Crawl TrustArts.org

Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival pittsburghjazzlive.com

J U LY 1 3 -14

J U N E 24

J U LY 14 -1 5

OpenStreetsPGH OpenStreetsPGH.org J U N E – J U LY

Pittsburgh Festival Opera PittsburghFestivalOpera.org J U LY

Pittsburgh Blues Festival pghblues.com

Deutschtown Music Festival deutschtownmusicfestival.org Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Weekend pvgp.org J U LY 29

OpenStreetsPGH OpenStreetsPGH.org AU G US T

Dream On Festival omicelo.com AU G US T

BikeFest BikePGH.org/BikeFest

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AU G US T – S E P TE M B E R

AU G US T

AUTUMN

First National Bank Pittsburgh Triathlon & Adventure Race friendsoftheriverfront.org/ triathlon Pittsburgh Restaurant Week’s Summer Celebration pittsburghrestaurantweek.com AU G US T

Tomato and Garlic Festival: Red, Ripe and Roasted Phipps.conservatory.org AU G US T 3 - 5

EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta yougottaregatta.com AU G US T 1 6 -1 9

Bloomfield Little Italy Days littleitalydays.com AU G US T 17-20

Style Week styleweekpittsburgh.com AU G US T 1 8 – S E P TE M B E R 23 ( W EEK ENDS A ND L A BO R DAY )

Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival pittsburghrenfest.com AU G US T 26

OpenStreetsPGH OpenStreetsPGH.org AU G US T – S E P TE M B E R

Pittsburgh New Works Festival pittsburghnewworks.org

Heinz Field Rib Fest heinzfieldribfest.com

S E P TE M B E R

Pittsburgh Pierogi Fest pghpierogifest.com S E P TE M B E R

Thrival Innovation & Music Festival thrivalfestival.com S E P TE M B E R

Pittsburgh Irish Festival pghirishfest.org S E P TE M B E R

Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival silkscreenfestival.org S E P TE M B E R

Penn’s Colony pennscolony.com S E P TE M B E R

American Indian Heritage Weekend heinzhistorycenter.org/ meadowcroft S E P TE M B E R 7- 9

A Fair in the Park afairinthepark.org

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Gallery Crawl TrustArts.org

FORT PITT BRIDGE The New York Times wrote that Pittsburgh is “the only city in America with an entrance,” and that is in part thanks to the Fort Pitt Bridge. Visitors traveling from the airport into downtown exit from the Fort Pitt Tunnel and onto the Fort Pitt Bridge, where they are greeted by a stunning view of the city. The bridge crosses the Monongahela River near Point State Park and is structurally important as it is the world’s first computer designed bowstring arch bridge and the first double-decker bowstring arch bridge.

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THE

EXPERIENCES YOU’LL TAKE AWAY

CAN’T BE RECORDED ON A

SCOREBOARD.

Every destination has a soul worth discovering. It’s in the local knowledge offered with a smile, the art in the lobby and the cuisine with locally sourced ingredients. Stay at the Omni William Penn Hotel, and discover how getting away can bring your family closer together.

OmniHotels.com/Pittsburgh 412-281-7100

PREFERRED HOTEL OF THE PITTSBURGH STEELERS


EVENT SHOWCASE • 2018 RV SHOW January 6-14 • 2018 WORLD OF WHEELS CUSTOM CAR SHOW January 19-21 • WOMEN 'N WINE & SPIRITS FEST "APALOOZA" January 20

S E P TE M B E R 3 0

Richard S. Caliguiri City of Pittsburgh Great Race rungreatrace.com S E P TE M B E R – O C TO B E R

The ScareHouse scarehouse.com

S E P TE M B E R – O C TO B E R

Phantom Fright Nights phantomfrightnights.com O C TO B E R

SMITHFIELD STREET BRIDGE Spanning the Monongahela River, the Smithfield Street Bridge stands upon the site of Pittsburgh’s first bridge, the Monongahela Bridge. In addition to being the city’s longest in-service bridge, it is also the oldest steel bridge in the United States and was designated a national historic landmark in 1976 by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

EQT Ten Miler pittsburgh10miler.org O C TO B E R

Maker Faire Pittsburgh makerfairepittsburgh.com O C TO B E R

ReelQ - Pittsburgh LGBT Film Festival reelq.org O C TO B E R

StepTrek southsideslopes.org/steptrek

O C TO B E R

VIA Music Festival via-pgh.com O C TO B E R

Pittsburgh ZooBoo pittsburghzoo.org O C TO B E R

Halloween Happenings Phipps.conservatory.org O C TO B E R 6

Head of the Ohio threeriversrowing.org O C TO B E R 6 -7

Doors Open Pittsburgh doorsopenpgh.com N OV E M B E R

Three Rivers Film Festival 3rff.com N OV E M B E R

National Aviary's Wings and Wildlife aviary.org

HOLIDAY N OV E M B E R 1 6

Light Up Night downtownpittsburgh.com N OV E M B E R 1 6 – D E C E M B E R 23

Peoples Gas Holiday Market downtownpittsburgh.com N OV E M B E R – DECEMBER

Kennywood Holiday Lights kennywood.com N OV E M B E R – DECEMBER

Lawrenceville Joy of Cookies Cookie Tour lvpgh.com/cookietour DECEMBER 31

Highmark First Night Pittsburgh firstnightpittsburgh.org

• 2018 TRI STATE OUTDOOR EXPO January 26-28 • STEEL CIT Y FREEZE January 28-29 • 2018 PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW February 15-19 • PITTSBURGH BEERFEST February 23-25 • 2018 PITTSBURGH HOME AND GARDEN SHOW March 2-11 • TEKKO 2018 April 6-8 • GNC LIVE WELL PITTSBURGH HEALTH & FITNESS EXPO May 4-5 • SOCIET Y FOR SCIENCE & THE PUBLIC INTEL INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR May 12-17 • EAST COAST VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS May 26-28 • REPL AY FX ARCADE AND GAMING FESTIVAL July 26-29

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SIGHTSEEING. TAKE A TOUR! Taking in the sights and enjoying small moments on a city tour can really help to connect you with a place. Pittsburgh has many sightseeing options, spanning a range of interests. Get insider information from a guided tour or discover at leisure with a self-guided tour.

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HOTSPOTS FOR FOOD ’BURGH BITS AND BITES connects people to communities through foodtasting adventures and walking tours of Pittsburgh’s historic neighborhoods. Experience a personal, customized tour of Pittsburgh as you discover hidden gems of the city and hear the unique stories behind them with PASSPORT TO PITTSBURGH, LLC.

SPORTS AND SEGWAY TOURS Sports enthusiasts can visit iconic Pittsburgh sports locations. Learn fun facts about Pittsburgh sports legends on the City of Champions Tour from PITTSBURGH TOURS & MORE. The hop on/hop off Sports Super Tour Combo from Pittsburgh Tour Company allows you to explore HEINZ FIELD and PNC PARK. Explore the Golden Triangle, cruise through Downtown, visit Pittsburgh destinations or glide into the sunset with one of SEGWAY PITTSBURGH’S memorable guided tours.

RIVER TOURS The GATEWAY CLIPPER FLEET presents sightseeing and dining cruises of Pittsburgh’s three rivers, plus kid-themed cruises, music and dance cruises, shuttle service and more. JUST DUCKY TOURS takes riders on a land and water adventure with narrated, one-hour excursions in a WWII

amphibious vehicle that begin at Station Square. Quack, quack, quack! Explorer, a daytime K-12 educational vessel operated by RIVERS OF STEEL, also offers evening cruises showcasing the history, heritage and art of Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods.

STEEL HISTORY Relive Pittsburgh’s steel heritage with a tour of the Carrie Blast Furnaces, where Rivers of Steel guides explain the steelmaking process that once took place here. Download Tour Anytime brochures for self-guided cell phone and MP3 tours. The Babushkas and Hard Hats Tour explores the extraordinary mix of immigrants and industry that made Pittsburgh a steelmaking capital. Enjoy a tasty lunch of Old World favorites like stuffed cabbage rolls and pierogies.

ART AND ARCHITECTURAL WALKING TOURS Expert guides connect Pittsburgh’s past, present and future on free architectural walking tours and field trips from PITTSBURGH HISTORY & LANDMARKS FOUNDATION, offered May through October. Self-guided tours are available for download on phlf.org. Learn about artists and artworks that call Pittsburgh home with OFFICE OF PUBLIC ART guided walking tours. Download the free Pittsburgh Art in Public Places self-guided tour books at pittsburghartscouncil.org.

CITY AND COUNTRY TOURS Take the “All About the Burgh, the Culture to Ketchup Tour!” on a vintage trolley. LENZNER TOUR AND TRAVEL offers one-day, multi-day and casino tours. Book a Pittsburgh Neighborhood Tour or see the countryside on the “Frank Lloyd Wright Homes of the Laurel Highlands Tour,” and learn about the history and architectural style of FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT'S FALLINGWATER, KENTUCK KNOB and DUNCAN HOUSE. Lunch is also included at Treetops Restaurant at Polymath Park.

Tour the magnificent 1929 Tudor-style mansion, stable and English garden at HARTWOOD ACRES MANSION, a county park. The Northside Leadership Conference offers tours of homes and gardens on Pittsburgh’s evolving North Side, where inventors, artists, industrialists and entrepreneurs helped define its history.

Become familiar with Pittsburgh on foot or bicycle, with PITTSBURGH RUNNING TOURS, BIKE THE BURGH TOURS and WALK THE BURGH TOURS.

HOUSE TOURS THE FRICK PITTSBURGH offers docentled tours of Clayton, home of industrialist Henry Clay Frick and provides an inside view of daily life at the turn of the 20th century. This meticulously restored 22room mansion has an array of art objects that exemplify the Gilded Age. RACHEL CARSON HOMESTEAD preserves the birthplace and early home of the Silent Spring author. The Sense of Wonder Trail behind the home is open daily until dusk. The Homestead is open Saturdays from late April to November.

WASHINGTON’S LANDING BRIDGE

(HERR'S ISLAND RAILROAD BRIDGE) Formerly the Herr's Island Railroad Bridge, the Washington’s Landing Bridge carries bicyclists from the Three Rivers Heritage Trail to Washington’s Landing, an island where George Washington stayed after his raft capsized in 1753. The landing is only a few minutes from downtown.

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VisitPITTSBURGH

WELCOME CENTERS

PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center and Gift Shop

MT. WASHINGTON

DOWNTOWN

Fifth Avenue Place 120 Fifth Ave., First Level Pittsburgh, PA 15222 1-877-LOVE PGH / 412-325-0318 Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Seasonal

WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center and Gift Shop - DLCC

David L. Lawrence Convention Center East Lobby 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd. Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412-325-0323 Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Occasional

Fort Pitt Museum

Point State Park 601 Commonwealth Place Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412-281-9284 Monday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Golden Triangle Bike Rental

600 First Ave. (on the Eliza Furnace Trail) Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-600-0675 Seasonal hours, check bikepittsburgh.com

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VisitPITTSBURGH Airport Welcome Center

Baggage Claim Area 1-877-LOVE PGH / 412-325-0319 Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, noon-5 p.m.

THE

DUQUESNE INCLINE

141 years and still on top! SEE PITTSBURGH FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW.

Duquesne Incline

1197 W. Carson St. Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-381-1665 Monday-Saturday, 5:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m. Sundays and Holidays, 7 a.m.-12:30 a.m. Gift Shop: (Winter): 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (Summer) 8 a.m.-10 p.m.

NORTH SHORE Kayak Pittsburgh

North Shore Riverfront Trail Under Roberto Clemente (6th Street) Bridge 412-337-1519 Hours: Seasonal

SOUTH SIDE South Side Chamber of Commerce 1100 East Carson St. Pittsburgh, PA 15203 412-431-3360 Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

STRIP DISTRICT Senator John Heinz History Center 1212 Smallman St. Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412-454-6000 Daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

SCALE THE SLOPES OF MT. WASHINGTON

in beautifully restored cable cars in use since 1877. Take in a sweeping view of Pittsburgh, scan 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: $2.50/$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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INSIDER'S GUIDE

TO THE

D UQ U E S N E I N CLINE OPENED: GRADE:

May 20, 1877 30.5 degrees

CABLE CAR COLOR: SPEED:

Red

inclines duquesneincline.org • (412) 381-1665 1197 W. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

NIGHTTIME TRACK COLOR:

6 miles per hour • 320 feet per minute

Take a ride on Pittsburgh’s famous funiculars—a.k.a. inclines. Two of Pittsburgh’s original 19 inclines still run up and down Mt. Washington, EVERY DAY.

Red

LENGTH:

PASSENGER CAPACITY:

793 feet

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ELEVATION:

CONFIGURATION:

400 feet

Single level

FACTOIDS • View hoisting equipment at top station for an additional 50 cents per person • Bike haul capability • Original cost to build: $147,000 • Original cost to ride: five cents • Lower station has pedestrian bridge across Carson Street • Upper station has interpretive signs telling history of Pittsburgh • Plus a fully-stocked gift shop and Welcome Center • Group tours welcome with group rates available • Sorry, no public restrooms available either upper or lower station HOURS • Monday-Saturday, 5:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m. • Sundays and Holidays, 7 a.m.-12:30 a.m. • Information and gift shop open every day, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. • During summer, information and gift shop available until 10 p.m.

HOURS • Monday-Saturday, 5:30 a.m.-12:45 a.m. Sundays and Holidays, 8:45 a.m.-midnight Pay at the upper station with exact change or Port Authority ConnectCard (change machines available at both top and bottom stations)

Pay at the bottom stationwith exact change or by using Port Authority ConnectCard (change machines available at both upper and lower stations)

OPERATED BY: Society for the Preservation of t he Duquesne Heights Incline, dedicated to "the preservation of that which cannot be replaced" OPENED:

FACTOIDS • Steepest incline in the United States • Nation's oldest cable car operation • Convenient way for residents of Mt. Washington to get Downtown • Located near the Smithfield Street Bridge • Easily accessible from Station Square and Pittsburgh's light rail system • Bike haul capability on level 3 of one cable car • Elevator available • Public restroom facilities available at top station 1870

CABLE CAR COLOR:

SPEED:

5 miles per hour

Orange and Tan

PASSENGER CAPACITY:

NIGHTTIME TRACK COLOR:

portauthority.org • (412) 361-0873 8 Grandview Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

BOTH INCLINES:

OPERATED BY: Port Authority of Allegheny County

Blue

23 per car

CONFIGURATION:

LENGTH:

635 feet

Three levels

ELEVATION:

369 feet

REFURBISHED: GRADE:

2015

35 degrees

MO NONGA H EL A IN CL INE

FARES (AT TIME OF PRINTING): $2.50 cash fare each w  ay ($5 round-trip) • $1.25 cash fare children (age 6-11) each way ($2.50 round-trip) • $1.25 cash fare one-way for persons with disabilities (except during 7-8 a.m. and 4:30-5:30 p.m. on weekdays) • Sorry, no credit cards RIDE FOR FREE: Senior citizens (65+) with proper ID (Medicare card or Senior Citizen ID card) • Children 5 and younger when accompanied by an adult If connecting to a bus route within three hours, purchase a transfer fare for $1 using ConnectCard.  15


FREE.

Mighty. Beautiful.

Pittsburghers love free things. From arts and architecture, to music, to museums and attractions, YOU DON’T HAVE TO SPEND A CENT to have a good time in Pittsburgh.

Free looks good from the moment you catch sight of the spectacular skyline and mighty rivers from Pittsburgh’s “entrance” via the Fort Pitt Tunnel and Bridge. Staying connected costs nothing. Sign up at wifipittsburgh.com to connect to the internet for two hours anywhere Downtown for free. Grab a camera and drive to Mt. Washington or the West End Overlook to capture those famous views of the Point, the Golden Triangle and the bridges over the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers. The historic ALLEGHENY OBSERVATORY, a pioneering astronomical research institution, offers free tours with reservations from April through October. The FORT PITT BLOCK HOUSE is open to the public year-round, and the only surviving structure of the original Fort Pitt is Pittsburgh’s oldest building (circa 1764).

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View fine and decorative arts and artifacts of the Frick family with docent-led tours of Clayton and self-guided tours of the Car & Carriage Museum at THE FRICK PITTSBURGH. See a glimpse of a different side of history with a selfguided tour of the OLD ALLEGHENY JAIL MUSEUM in the Court of Common Pleas, Family Division, Downtown. Browse among 5,000 Catholic relics at ST. ANTHONY CHAPEL in Troy Hill, including a thorn from the Crown of Thorns of Christ. At noon on Fridays in the summer, join a one-hour guided architectural walking tour hosted by the PITTSBURGH HISTORY & LANDMARKS FOUNDATION or download the self-guided walking tours. CONTEMPORARY CRAFT, which presents contemporary art in craft media by world-renowned artists, wows visitors with its avant-garde exhibitions and free, hands-on art activities at the Drop-In Studio.

On Tuesday evenings, jazz musicians entertain year-round at the JAZZLIVE series at Agnes Katz Plaza. Wednesday is the night to head to the PITTSBURGH BANJO CLUB at the Allegheny Elks Lodge on the North Side. The mood is lively, the crowd sings along and the entry at the door is free. Enjoy Rock All Night in August and the PITTSBURGH OPERA’S free Brown Bag Concert Series on select Saturdays from October through April. The PITTSBURGH DOWNTOWN PARTNERSHIP offers free ballroom dance lessons in Market Square on Friday evenings in June and free yoga in the square on Sunday mornings. GALLERY CRAWL IN THE CULTURAL DISTRICT is a free, quarterly showcase of dynamic art and entertainment. Follow along at #CrawlPGH or download Pittsburgh Art in Public Places. Visit one of the city’s most colorful and unusual landmarks, RANDYLAND on the North Side. Celebrate the Big Mac, which was invented near Pittsburgh, at the MCDONALD’S BIG MAC MUSEUM RESTAURANT in North Huntingdon, Pa.


Art in the

AIRPORT Flying through Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) gets more uplifting all the time. ART IN THE AIRPORT features rotating and permanent installations of amazing art that enhance the airport experience.

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• Don’t forget to look down when you’re in the Airside Terminal. The Sky Beneath Our Feet by Clayton Merrell is 1.5 acres of glimmering terrazzo floor highlighting scenes of aviation around Pittsburgh. • Then look up to see Alexander Calder’s Pittsburgh, a massive mobile that floats above. • Enter The World of Warhol, which features prints inspired by the collection at The Andy Warhol Museum located near Concourses C & D.

At Pittsburgh International Airport, your vacation starts as soon as you land, and on your way back, enjoy our numerous amenities. · For the Kids: Run off some energy within Kidsport, featuring installations from the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Science Center. · For the Foodie: Grab a bite to eat at celebrity chef Michael Symon’s Bar Symon or satisfy your sweet tooth at Pinkberry. · For the Art Lover: See famous works from Pittsburgh artist Andy Warhol or take a walk on the award-winning “Sky Beneath Our Feet” Terrazzo Floor. Visit FlyPittsburgh.com and then explore Pittsburgh!

• Be amused by Toby Fraley’s installation, Robot Repair, with its insider’s view of robots at work between Gates A10 and A12. • Meet ARCH, the huge bridge sculpture by artist Glenn Kaino as you enter the airport on the ticketing level. • Bring the little ones to Kidsport in Concourse C, an interactive art experience that keeps your children (and you) entertained. With activities provided in part by Children's Museum of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, waiting at the airport has never been so much fun! 17


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From outdoor excursions to funfilled family attractions, Pittsburgh is KidsBURGH ®! Come say “Hello!” to your friendly Pittsburgh neighbors. Unforgettable memories are just around the corner!

Carnegie Science Center means hands-on science fun!, Visit roboworld, explore SpacePlace, investigate the wonders of the human body in BodyWorks, discover river science in H2Oh! Plus a planetarium, a whole building on the science of sports, a real submarine, a huge model railroad – and movies on Pittsburgh’s biggest screen! (1.6 miles from Downtown)

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Ranked among the "10 best children’s museums in the country," the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh offers hands-on learning and serious fun. Stroll through the Rain Meander, and create water fountains, channels and dams in Waterplay. Use real tools and cutting-edge digital media to build, tinker and make exciting projects in MAKESHOP®. You can even ink your own silkscreen in the Studio. (1.7 miles from Downtown)

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That’s the Ticket

A trip to Pittsburgh isn’t complete without an adventure on the famous three rivers! Book an excursion on the majestic Gateway Clipper. Take a kid-friendly boat ride and choose from the Ice Cream Sunday – Galactic Battle Cruise, Good Ship Lollipop Cruise, Princess Cruise, Superhero Cruise or a Pirate Dinner feast that includes a pirate-themed adventure with an exhilarating musical performance. No one shows you Pittsburgh like the crew of the Gateway Clipper Fleet. (1 mile from Downtown)

All Aboard

Hop aboard original cable cars of the Duquesne Incline and scale the slopes to what USA Today calls one of "America's Most Stunning Views." Kids of all ages love the scenic ride to Mount Washington. There’s also a pictorial history of the city, a viewing platform, hoisting equipment and a welcome center at the top. See Pittsburgh from a whole new point of view! (1.1 miles from Downtown)

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Get two museums for the price of one! Connected in every way, Carnegie Museum of Art offers drop-in gallery activities, guided tours for families and hands-on art making for creative kids. From colossal dinosaurs to gems millions of years in the making, there's a lot to sink your teeth into at Carnegie Museum of Natural History. (3.9 miles from Downtown)

Let Off So me Steam

It’s no wonder Idlewild & SoakZone is recognized as the “Best Children’s Park in the World” by Amusement Today magazine. Step inside a fairy tale at Story Book Forest with its larger-than-life forest of whimsy. Enjoy a trolley ride through Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and splash and slide your way through SoakZone. Visiting here provides a full day of family fun. (48 miles from Downtown)

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Enjoy the most advanced movie experience in the region at The Rangos Giant Cinema. Dive deep into history aboard USS Requin (SS 481) Submarine.

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Climb to new heights on the Ropes Challenge in Highmark SportsWorks®.

By Land and By water

Just Ducky tours are an iconic summer activity in Pittsburgh. Venture from land to water on board a WWII amphibious vehicle. Journey through Pittsburgh’s vibrant Downtown and serene three rivers on this fully guided tour while learning fun Pittsburgh facts and greeting your friendly Pittsburgh neighbors with a hearty quack, quack, quack.

Wonder at the wee world of the renowned Miniature Railroad & Village®.

(1 mile from Downtown)

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A visit to Pittsburgh’s historic Kennywood Amusement Park is a 119-year-old, much-beloved family tradition. Designated a National Historic Landmark, this famed institution is home to rides that go from mild to wild. Noah’s Ark was named the world’s “Best Funhouse and Walkthrough Attraction” by Amusement Today. Phantom’s Revenge earned a spot in the top 10 list of steel rollercoasters. (9.8 miles from Downtown)

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Bird’s Eye view

Visit the official National Aviary and meet more than 500 birds. The Aviary provides an immersive experience with walk-through exhibits that put you inside the environments of bird species, some rarely seen in North America. Kids adore feeding the birds and can’t wait to explore Penguin Point, where they crawl through tunnels to find themselves amidst a colony of these fascinating creatures. (1.7 miles from Downtown)

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Housed in Victorian Glasshouses and numerous outdoor gardens, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens combines art, nature and kid-centered activities that both surprise and delight. Lush flowers and artistic greenery are sure to impress the whole family, while Butterfly Forest provides close encounters with nature’s most wondrous insects. (3.6 miles from Downtown)

wildly Entertaining

Home to one of the nation’s top zoos for children, wild fun awaits at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium! With 77 acres and about 8,000 animals to enjoy, the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is the place for family fun galore. Don’t miss The Islands, featuring a tropical beach atmosphere and lovable island animals. (7.4 miles from Downtown)

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Kick-Off to Summer | FunForeAll | funforeall.com AU G US T 4 -24

Fall Fantasy Parades | Kennywood | kennywood.com N OV E M B E R 1 6 - F E B RUA RY 24 , 20 1 9

MassMutual Pittsburgh Ice Rink at PPG Place PPG Place - Attractions | ppgplace.com

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THE BEST WAY TO SEE PITTSBURGH IS ABOARD THE GATEWAY CLIPPER! Sailing from Historic Station Square 350 W Station Square Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-355-7980

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Experience Something Incredible! Visit the one and only National Aviary where you can get up-close to a colony of African Penguins, venture through lush habitats where birds fly freely around you, and hand-feed beautiful birds!

700 Arch Street, Pittsburgh, PA

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Mighty. Beautiful.

PERFORMANCES. Pittsburgh’s world-class Cultural District expands the horizons of artists, students and patrons through the performing and visual arts exhibitions. MORE THAN 2,000 PERFORMANCES ANNUALLY ATTRACT MORE THAN TWO MILLION PEOPLE. This thriving arts scene enriches the city with classical music, opera, ballet, musical theater, contemporary dance, family events as well as educational and community engagement programs.

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JUST THE TICKET: Neighborhoods throughout Pittsburgh boast performing arts venues. A former South Side church houses CITY THEATRE. KELLY STRAYHORN THEATER in East Liberty redefines theater with provocative programming. The innovative QUANTUM THEATRE produces intimate shows in uncommon spaces throughout the city. CITY OF ASYLUM on the North Side gives voice to exiled writers and offers literary programs in community settings.

On Stage IN THE

CULTURAL DISTRICT • Arcade Comedy Theater • BNY Mellon Presents JazzLive • Bricolage Production Company • Citizens Bank Children’s Theatre Series • Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series

• The Phoenix – A Theatre Company • Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre • Pittsburgh CLO • Pittsburgh Cultural Trust • Pittsburgh Dance Council • Pittsburgh Filmmakers • Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater • Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra • Pittsburgh Musical Theater • Pittsburgh Opera • Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company • Pittsburgh Public Theater • Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra • PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh • PNC Pops

PERFORMING ARTS EVENTS M A RC H 2-25

Inside Passage Quantum Theatre | quantumtheatre.com M A RC H 17, 20, 2 3 & 25

Moby-Dick Pittsburgh Opera | Benedum Center | pittsburghopera.org A PR I L 1 9 – M AY 20

Hamlet at Pittsburgh Public Theater Pittsburgh Public Theater | O'Reilly Theater | ppt.org M AY 12 – J U N E 3

The World Premiere of ‘Nomad Motel’ by Carla Ching City Theatre | CityTheatreCompany.org

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ON YOUR FEET! Pittsburgh CLO | Benedum Center | pittsburghCLO.org J U N E – J U LY

Rhinegold - Opening Opera of Wagner's Ring Cycle Pittsburgh Festival Opera Winchester Thurston School | pittsburghfestivalopera.org DECEMBER

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's The Nutcracker Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre | Benedum Center | pbt.org

THREE SISTERS BRIDGES Possibly the city's most recognizable bridges are the Three Sisters Bridges, the only trio of identical bridges in the United States. The bridges cross the Allegheny River and connect Downtown and the North Shore. Each bridge was named in honor of an influential Pittsburgh resident including the Roberto Clemente (6th Street Bridge), Andy Warhol (7th Street Bridge) and Rachel Carson (9th Street Bridge).

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SPORTS. Mighty. Beautiful.

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No matter where you go in THE CITY OF CHAMPIONS, you’ll find Pittsburghers proudly waving banners and wearing the black and gold colors of the three major professional teams.


PITTSBURGH PENGUINS It was a wild ride when the PITTSBURGH PENGUINS won the franchise’s fifth Stanley Cup Championship in 2017, becoming the first back-to-back NHL champions in 19 years! When the Pens face off at PPG Paints Arena, tickets sell out fast. For everything Penguins, follow the team on its Social Hub. {www.nhl.com/penguins/fans/social-hub}

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH PANTHERS With nine National Championships in football and two National Championships in basketball, the UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH PANTHERS inspire fans to sing, “Sweet Caroline … Let’s go Pitt!” The university adopted Roc the Panther as its mascot, an animal known for speed and agility that long ago was indigenous to the region.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY

The PITTSBURGH STEELERS fans are as legendary as the team. “Steelers Nation” means just that: a fan club crisscrossing the globe from its Heinz Field epicenter, where behind-the-scenes stadium tours are available from April-October. Watch the players practice for free at Steelers Training Camp at Saint Vincent College. Join in the Steelers Fight Song, “Here We Go!” This team has reached the playoffs 30 times and won six Super Bowls.

At DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY’S beautiful campus, located on a picturesque bluff, 17 men’s and women’s varsity basketball and football teams compete at the Division I level. This competitive play makes for a great family outing at an excellent value. The Junior Dukes Club, open to kids 13 and under, has exclusive events and sports clinics. #GoDukes!

PITTSBURGH PIRATES There’s no place for baseball like PNC Park, home to the PITTSBURGH PIRATES. The classic-style ballpark showcases the city’s stunning skyline and riverfront. Each season, fans ramp up the chant, “Let’s Go Bucs!” One more World Series win would mean six championships.

ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY Another Division I athletics program at ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY brings numerous chances to enjoy affordable games of football, hockey or hoops in a family-friendly atmosphere. RMU studentathletes compete at the highest level of collegiate athletics: NCAA Division I. Athletic teams include the only men’s and women’s DI ice hockey squads in the Pittsburgh region and the only DI men’s lacrosse team between Columbus and State College. Playing in the prestigious Northeast Conference, RMU's football team has won the most championship titles in the conference. The Colonials, RMU's basketball team, are regularly named to the Northeast Conference Academic Honor Roll and ESPN The Magazine District II Academic All-America Team.

Combine the city’s professional and amateur teams and state-of-the-art sports venues, and it’s no wonder Pittsburgh is the destination for sports. Over the next four years, the city will host 22 NCAA events. For more information, visit SportsPITTSBURGH.com

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More SPORTS

ACTION Relive great moments in Pittsburgh sports history at the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum inside the SENATOR JOHN HEINZ HISTORY CENTER. Artifacts and interactive activities celebrate legendary moments and players: Palmer. Mazeroski. Clemente. Stargell. McCutchen.

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Learn about Pittsburgh’s two championship Negro League Baseball teams, the Homestead Grays and the Pittsburgh Crawfords. See the historic impact that Western Pennsylvania, with more than 700 courses, has made on the sport of golf. Visit the CLEMENTE MUSEUM dedicated to preserving the memory and legacy of Pittsburgh Pirates Hall of Fame player Roberto Clemente. Housed in a restored historical firehouse, the Museum is open by appointment only for guided tours. Want more? The city’s pro soccer team is the PITTSBURGH RIVERHOUNDS. Check out two-time champion Pittsburgh Passion women’s football or the Steel City Roller Derby.

PANTHER HOLLOW BRIDGE Panther Hollow Bridge is easily recognized by the four bronze panther sculptures at each of its corners. The bridge passes over Panther Hollow in Schenley Park and is a near twin to the Schenley Bridge nearby. Both are located near Oakland, home to the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University.


A university with heart. In a city of opportunity. Nationally ranked, top-tier university 9 schools with 160 degree programs Among the Princeton Review’s “Best 380 Colleges” A U.S. News & World Report top 50 “Best Value School”

A Catholic University in the Spiritan Tradition

duq.edu

INSPIRATION FOR EVERYONE Whether you’re visiting on your own, bringing a date for an afternoon tour, or connecting with your kids through our free weekend family programs, our collection of nearly 35,000 works of art offers something to inspire everyone. You’ll find creativity around every corner as you experience paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, architecture, decorative arts, and digital imagery.

cmoa.org

412.622.3131 HALF-PRICE WEEKDAYS AFTER 3 P.M. FREE DAILY TOURS SHOP THE CMOA STORE FOR UNIQUE GIFTS

one of the four carnegie museums of pittsburgh

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Beauty. Wonder. Inspiration.

One Schenley Park, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3830 phipps.conservatory.org

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens celebrates 125 years in Pittsburgh. Explore the beauty and wonders of nature at Phipps, encompassing 15 acres including the historic 14-room glasshouse and 23 distinct gardens. Discover why industry-leading sustainable buildings, including one of the greenest buildings in the world, stunning seasonal flower shows, exclusive commissioned exhibits, renowned orchid and bonsai collections, delightful butterfly house and immersive Tropical Forest make Phipps a top destination for all ages, located in Schenley Park just a few miles from downtown Pittsburgh.


VISUAL.

In unique collections and dynamic exhibitions, Pittsburgh’s ART SCENE SPANS THE AGES from baroque to contemporary, with paintings, sculptures, decorative arts and more.

Mighty. Beautiful.

PHIPPS CONSERVATORY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS celebrates 125 years in Pittsburgh. Explore, discover and be inspired by the beauty and wonders of nature at Phipps, encompassing 15 acres including a historic 14-room glasshouse and 23 distinct gardens. Industry-leading sustainable buildings and green practices, including one of the greenest buildings in the world, plus stunning seasonal flower shows, exclusive commissioned exhibits, renowned orchid and bonsai collections and a delightful butterfly house make Phipps a top destination for all ages. The CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART, the nation’s first museum of contemporary art, champions creativity and its importance to society. The institution’s dynamic collection of 30,000+ objects includes a broad spectrum of visual arts. With its resources and unique history, the Carnegie Museum of Art strives to define the role of art museums for the 21st century. THE FRICK PITTSBURGH features masterpieces of European art and changing exhibitions. Its collection includes objects purchased by industrialist Henry Clay Frick and his daughter Helen Clay Frick and museum purchases and gifts. These everyday objects, pieces of fine art, costumes and cars create an unusual portrait of a family and life during the Gilded Age.

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Explore the legacy of Andy Warhol through the largest collection of his art and archives in the world. THE ANDY WARHOL MUSEUM has more than 8,000 works of pop art and changing exhibits on seven floors. Visitors can try out some of Warhol’s signature art-making techniques in an underground studio. Provocative describes the MATTRESS FACTORY, a contemporary art museum and experimental lab featuring site-specific installations created by artists in residence from around the world. Each artwork is on view for nearly a year. This experience will be unlike any that you've had at other institutions. PITTSBURGH GLASS CENTER aims to amaze, inspire and inform. This public access school, gallery and state-of-the-art glass studio is helping the city connect its history as a major glass producer to its creative future through the innovative use of glass as art. To learn more about art in Pittsburgh, download self-guided walking tours from the OFFICE OF PUBLIC ART at pittsburghartscouncil.org. Join a quarterly Gallery Crawl, or visit the Cultural District’s WOOD STREET GALLERIES, SPACE, 943 GALLERY and 707-709 PENN GALLERY. Museums and galleries, maker spaces and programming to support the arts and artists make Pittsburgh an art lover’s destination. For tastes that run from traditional to exotic, Pittsburgh has it all. You can even explore the history of works at the WESTMORELAND MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART.

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HOT METAL BRIDGE & MONONGAHELA CONNECTING BRIDGE The Hot Metal Bridge is comprised of two bridge spans―one drivable and one for pedestrians and cyclists. The narrower of the two was originally built to carry molten iron hence, the name "hot metal." The bridge connects Second Avenue with the South Side.


VISUAL ARTS & MUSEUM EVENTS M A RC H 3 – M AY 6

Sharif Bey: Dialogues in Clay and Glass Pittsburgh Glass Center pittsburghglasscenter.org M A RC H 14 – AU G US T 1 8

Visual Voices: Truth Narratives Contemporary Craft contemporarycraft.org A PR I L 27 – S E P TE M B E R 2

Adman: Warhol Before Pop The Andy Warhol Museum warhol.org J U LY

Whiskey Rebellion Day Woodville Plantation woodvilleplantation.org O C TO B E R – A PR I L 20 1 9

Carnegie Int’l, 57th ed., 2018 Carnegie Museum of Art cmoa.org

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The Andy Warhol Museum receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency and The Heinz Endowments. Further support is provided by the Allegheny Regional Asset District.

Andy Warhol, Silver Clouds,1966, ŠThe Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., photo ŠAbby Warhola


Your country. Your art. Come connect to your heritage and discover what moves you.

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A CNN Top 10 ‘Global Must See Exhibition’ -CNN.com

ON PITTSBURGH’S NORTH SHORE

June–December 2018

THEFRICKPITTSBURGH.ORG 412-371-0600 7227 REYNOLDS STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA 15208

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When it comes to the quality of care you and your family deserve, second best just won’t do. And when you’re a member of UPMC Health Plan, it doesn’t have to. UPMC Health Plan provides access to the world-class doctors and hospitals of UPMC as well as thousands of community doctors and hospitals. Global medical services from Assist America, coverage for children until age 26 no matter where they live, and outstanding member service all mean YOU get the best health care plan.

Find out why more and more people are choosing UPMC Health Plan at upmchealthplan.com/choose. UPMC Health Plan received the highest numerical score among commercial health plans in Pennsylvania in the J.D. Power 2016-2017 U.S. Member Health Plan Studies. 2017 Study based on 33,624 total responses from 8 commercial health plans in Pennsylvania measuring experiences and perceptions of members surveyed January 2017 - March 2017. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.


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OUTDOORS. Get outdoors to CONNECT WITH NATURE and your inner athlete, whether it’s walking, biking, climbing or paddling.

VENTURE OUTDOORS offers 500+ public programs, from hiking and fishing to geocaching and snowshoeing. KAYAK PITTSBURGH’S guided river experiences include beginner trips and kayaking while watching fireworks. Rent a paddle board from STAND UP PITTSBURGH to explore the rivers, or choose a pontoon from BOAT PITTSBURGH, which has dawn-to-dusk rentals from May to October.

WEST END BRIDGE The West End Bridge is the first bridge on the Ohio River after the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers merge. The height of the bridge (780 feet) and the views of the city from the bridge are both impressive.

Walk or jog along the scenic, 24-mile THREE RIVERS HERITAGE TRAIL SYSTEM. Pedal the trails and city bike lanes with one of the HEALTHY RIDE bikes available at 50 stations throughout the city.

obstacles, Tarzan swings and breathtaking zip lines — all with an incredible view. Bridges connect Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods, and so do its 712 sets of steps, many that will test your mettle. Outdoor ice skating is picturesque at MASSMUTUAL PITTSBURGH ICE RINK AT PPG PLACE. Learn to skate at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex, where the pros train. Fun connections with other outdoor enthusiasts happen at OPENSTREETSPGH, held the last Sunday of May, June and July. Hit the links at one of Western Pennsylvania’s many public golf courses.

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BOYCE PARK DEER LAKES PARK HARRISON HILLS PARK HARTWOOD ACRES PARK NORTH PARK

9 beautiful parks. 12,000 acres.

Always inspiring fun!

ROUND HILL PARK SETTLERS CABIN PARK SOUTH PARK WHITE OAK PARK

Visit Allegheny County Parks today!

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A LLEG H EN Y COU NT Y PA RKS For admission and additional information, please call listed phone number or visit alleghenycounty.us/parks

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412-350-2455 • 412-350-7275 542 Forbes Ave. • Room 211 Pittsburgh, PA 15219 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. HOURS: call or visit website.

BOYCE PARK

724-327-0338 675 Old Frankstown Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15239 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. HOURS: Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours.

DE E R L AKE S PARK

724-265-3520 1090 Baileys Run Rd. • Tarentum, PA 15084 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 and hiking jogging trails. HOURS: Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours.

HARRISON HILLS PARK

724-295-3570 5200 Freeport Rd. Natrona Heights, PA 15065 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. HOURS: Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours.

HART WOOD ACRE S PARK

412-767-9200 200 Hartwood Acres • Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Encompasses 629-acres in Hampton and Indiana townships. Features free concerts Sunday evenings, June-August. Amenities include mansion tours, teas, off-leash area, and cross-country skiing, walking, hiking and bridle trails. HOURS: Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours.

NORTH PARK

724-935-1766 Pearce Mill Rd. • Allison Park, PA 15101 Encompasses 3,075-acres in Hampton, McCandless and Pine. Features 65-acre lake with fishing and kayaking. Amenities include golf course, pool, ice rink, ballfields, nature center, shelters, off-leash areas and trails. HOURS: Park opens daily, Dawn - Midnight. Call or visit website for venue hours.

ROUND HILL PARK

412-384-4701 651 Round Hill Rd. • Elizabeth, PA 15037 Encompasses 1,101-acres in Elizabeth Township. Features exhibition farm with animals that is open every day of year. Amenities include soccer fields, shelters, spray park, and walking and bridle trails. HOURS: Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours.

SETTLE RS CABIN PARK

412-787-2750 1225 Greer Rd. • Oakdale, PA 15071 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. HOURS: Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours.

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PARKS.

Handsome parks across the city provide RECREATION, INSPIRATION AND RESPITE from the busyness of life.

Schenley Park’s 456-acres of trails, woods and attractions comprise Pittsburgh’s civic park. Visit the remarkable PHIPPS CONSERVATORY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS and restored Schenley Park Café and Visitor Center.

A grassroots effort to combine wooded hillsides, a scenic byway and three historic parks created Emerald View Park, with its surprise vistas along winding trails in the Mt. Washington neighborhood.

A wetland habitat, a Victorian-style Entry Garden and the iconic Reservoir No. 1 are unique features of Highland Park.

Steep topography lends drama to trails at Riverview Park, home to Allegheny Observatory and a space-themed playground.

Frick Park, the city’s largest at 644-acres, is a woodland park beloved by birders and joggers.

SOUTH PARK

412-835-4810 Buffalo Dr. • South Park, PA 15129 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. HOURS: Park opens daily, Dawn - Midnight. Call or visit website for venue hours.

WHITE OAK PARK

412-678-3774 3 Muse Lane • White Oak, PA 15131 Encompasses 810-acres in White Oak. Features include multi-purpose athletic field, shelters, wedding garden, playgrounds, off-leash area, bocce courts, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and walking and hiking trails. HOURS: Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours.

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HIT THE TRAIL

Find scenic trail towns about every 10 miles that provide travelers with all of the basic necessities. The towns listed below should be on your radar when planning to stay overnight.

#GAPTRAIL SPECIFICATIONS LENGTH: 150 miles SURFACE: Crushed limestone and asphalt GRADE: Gradual

14 Major Bridges

9 Visitor Centers

4 Tunnels

8 Trail Towns

MORE INFO? GAPtrail.org

CUMBERLAND, MD – MILE 0 Rest up at the junction of the Great Allegheny Passage and the C&O Canal Towpath. You’ll find numerous lodging options, including nationally branded hotels, B&Bs and camp sites. There are plenty of restaurants, stores and bike shops to stock up before pedaling on.

OHIOPYLE, PA – MILE 71 Western Pennsylvania’s mecca for whitewater, this place becomes packed on weekends with kayakers, rafters and cyclists enjoying the Youghiogheny River. Choose from B&Bs, a small motel or campground, with a handful of dining spots.

FROSTBURG, MD – MILE 15 Home to comfortable hotels and inns, with tent sites, restaurants, stores and laundromats. The trail runs alongside an active railroad track, so you may get to see an old steam-powered locomotive en route from Cumberland. Watch the Scenic Western Maryland Railroad train reverse course at the “turntable.”

WEST NEWTON, PA – MILE 113 The old train station was restored as the Trail Head Visitor’s Center. The Trailside Pub and Restaurant overlooks the GAP. Stay overnight at one of the few B&Bs or primitive camp sites, located about six miles south of the trail.

MEYERSDALE, PA – MILE 31 One of the larger towns with several dining options and quaint B&Bs including the charming Levi Deal Mansion. ROCKWOOD, PA – MILE 43 A quaint town with a handful of B&Bs, a few restaurants, market and pub. Check out the Rockwood Mill Shoppes & Opera House. CONFLUENCE, PA – MILE 60 Being situated near the Confluence Dam makes for a terrific stopover. You’ll find several B&Bs, cafes, pubs and a breakfast diner. Make a reservation because this is a popular destination.

HOMESTEAD, PA – MILE 140 The Waterfront is an open-air shopping center situated on the Monongahela River on land once occupied by one of the largest steel mills in the country. Today, it’s home to a vibrant collection of stores, restaurants, hotels, entertainment and community events. PITTSBURGH, PA – MILE 147 You made it! You know you’re in the big city when you pass through South Side and its numerous shops and eateries. You hit the western terminus of the trail at the fountain at Point State Park, just in time to rest up for sightseeing the next day!

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HISTORIC. Mighty. Beautiful.

From its early days as a frontier village, Pittsburgh has made its mark on histor y, playing important roles in early wars on American soil, in the notorious Whiskey Rebellion and in the Civil War with its Underground Railroad stops. Abundant natural resources and easily navigable rivers made Pittsburgh the “GATEWAY TO THE WEST,” and those rivers form its “GOLDEN TRIANGLE” that has carried Pittsburgh into the present as an All-American City that welcomes people from around the globe.

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HISTORY MUSEUM & LANDMARKS EVENTS TH RO U G H S E P TE M B E R 3

We Are Nature: Living in the Anthropocene Carnegie Museum of Natural History carnegiemnh.org M A RC H 17 – J U LY 8

Van Gogh, Monet, Degas: The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts The Frick Pittsburgh thefrickpittsburgh.org M AY 29

Memorial Day Celebration Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum soldiersandsailorshall.org S E P TE M B E R 29, 20 1 8 — F E B RUA RY 1 8 , 20 1 9

Destination Moon Senator John Heinz History Center historycenter.org

Discover the world-shaping events that occurred in western Pennsylvania at the FORT PITT MUSEUM, which chronicles Pittsburgh’s role in the French & Indian War and the American Revolution. The nearby FORT PITT BLOCK HOUSE, built in 1764, is the oldest building in Pittsburgh. With six floors of long-term and changing exhibitions, the SENATOR JOHN HEINZ HISTORY CENTER presents compelling stories about Pittsburgh’s rich tradition of innovation and connection to 250 years of America’s growth and progress.

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Carrie Furnaces Tours

The CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY plays a unique role in the region with educational and cultural programming and exhibitions that families love to visit together – including the world’s third-largest dinosaur repository. For a glimpse of life dating back 16,000 years ago, experience MEADOWCROFT ROCKSHELTER AND HISTORIC VILLAGE. This National Historic Landmark is the oldest site of human habitation in North America. At the 16th century Indian village, visitors can try their hand at using an atlatl, a prehistoric spear thrower.

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FORT LIGONIER tells the story of the 18th century French and Indian War through a fully reconstructed and restored fortification and remarkable museum exhibits that include the rare George Washington Collection. One of Pittsburgh’s best-known landmarks, SOLDIERS & SAILORS MEMORIAL HALL & MUSEUM honors the men and women of all branches of service, with personally donated American military artifacts and mementos. THE FRICK PITTSBURGH preserves the life and social customs of a wealthy Pittsburgh family during the turn of the 20th century. Clayton, home to industrialist Henry Clay Frick and one of the best preserved Gilded Age mansions in America, stands as an example of late Victorian architecture and interior design with its fine and decorative arts. The grounds include lush gardens and a collection of historic cars and carriages. 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.

SCHENLEY PARK TUFA BRIDGES The two tufa bridges in Schenley Park are reinforced concrete bridges with stone facing known as tufa. They are frequently used by pedestrians on the Schenley Park Bridle Path and are located near the Schenley Park Visitor's Center.

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AMAZING.

PITTSBURGH HAS UNPARALLELED ARCHITECTURE, including works by such giants as Frank Lloyd Wright, Henr y Hobson Richardson and Philip Johnson. Amid a building boom, the city has structures such as churches, mansions, theaters, warehouses and sk yscrapers that reflect its rich histor y – from militar y outpost to industrial giant to a leader in the green building movement.

The PITTSBURGH HISTORY & LANDMARKS FOUNDATION began taking action to renew communities by preserving and reusing buildings more than 50 years ago. PHLF offers news, education, events and tours, including free Downtown walking tours from May through October. The nonprofit DOORS OPEN PITTSBURGH opens the doors to some of Pittsburgh’s most impressive buildings in select neighborhoods. The two-day, event occurs every October.

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Explore on your own by visiting these recommended sites by the American Institute of Architects: • • • •

Union Trust Building Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts PPG Place – Philip Johnson’s “Glass Cathedral” Allegheny County Courthouse designed by H.H. Richardson • University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, main branch in Oakland

FORT WAYNE RAILROAD BRIDGE Built in 1904, the Fort Wayne Railroad Bridge is one of the most active railroad bridges in Pittsburgh. It crosses the Allegheny River near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.


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WRIGHT STUFF Just 60 miles from Pittsburgh, the Laurel Highlands is home to three Frank Lloyd Wright masterpieces. See works of America’s most famous architect in stunning natural surroundings. National Geographic named FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT’S FALLINGWATER, a magnificent integration of man and nature, one of "50 Places of a Lifetime." The vacation home for retail magnate Edgar Kaufmann is a National Historic Landmark vying for World Heritage Site status. Fallingwater is the only major Wright-designed house open to the public with its furnishings, artwork and setting intact. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT’S HOUSE ON KENTUCK KNOB sits high above the Youghiogheny River in the crest of a hill. The dramatic hexagonal home melds organic architecture and elegant living space. Its functional kitchen is central to the design. DUNCAN HOUSE is located at the tranquil and scenic Polymath Park Resort in Acme and is one of only four Wright homes in the country offering overnight lodging.

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Pittsburgh’s hundreds of bridges not only add to the city’s unique skyline but also CONNECT ITS VIBRANT NEIGHBORHOODS AND DIVERSE RESIDENTS. From hip and trendy to quiet and secluded, Pittsburgh guarantees places for you to shop, dine, hang out and explore in its 90 CHARMING AND DISTINCTIVE NEIGHBORHOODS. Explore them, and you’ll see how Pittsburgh’s rich history has shaped the personalities of its neighborhoods.


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DOWNTOWN

HEARTBEAT OF THE CITY … CULTURALLY RICH … GREEN SPACES … SPECTACULAR VIEWS … SAFE AND WALKABLE … BEAUTIFULLY DISTINCTIVE LIVING

15219 & 15222

POPULATION:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

19,262

Fort Pitt, Fort Duquesne, 6th (Roberto Clemente), 7th (Andy Warhol) and 9th Street (Rachel Carson), Veterans, Smithfield Street, Liberty

WHERE TO STAY:

Cambria Hotel & Suites, Courtyard by Marriott, Distrikt Hotel, Doubletree by Hilton, Drury Plaza Hotel, Embassy Suites, Fairmont Pittsburgh, Hilton Garden Inn, Hotel Monaco, Omni William Penn, Pittsburgh Marriott City Center, Renaissance, Westin Convention Center Hotel, Wyndham Grand MAJOR ROADWAYS:

LOCALS LOVE:

Point State Park and its fountain • Market Square Farmers Market • Wood Street Gallery openings • PPG Wintergarden during the holidays • Katie’s Kandy • Harris Theater • ToonSeum • Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival

Liberty Avenue, Penn Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Forbes Avenue, Smithfield Street, Boulevard of the Allies, Fort Pitt Boulevard, Fort Duquesne Boulevard

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ICONIC SPORTS VENUES … SKYLINE VIEWS … GENUINE AND DIVERSE … HISTORIC CHARACTER … AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE … HOUSE TOURS AND ATTRACTIONS

NORTH SHORE/NORTH SIDE 15212

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

2.4 miles

7,256

Fort Duquesne, West End, Veterans, 16th Street (David McCullough), California Avenue (Robert McAfee), 6th (Roberto Clemente), 7th (Andy Warhol) and 9th Street (Rachel Carson)

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PARKING:

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Numerous parking garages and surface lots

POPULATION:

MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Allegheny Avenue, Federal Street, General Robinson Street, East Ohio Street, W. North Avenue, Cedar Avenue, Ridge Avenue

LOCALS LOVE:

North Shore Riverfront Trail • Tailgating at Heinz Field • Kayak Pittsburgh • Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh's Maker Faire • Mexican War Streets • Manchester Craftsmen's Guild Jazz nights • Penn Brewery Oktoberfest • City of Asylum readings • Water Steps

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10TH STREET BRIDGE (PHILIP MURRAY BRIDGE)

Built in 1933, this bridge has the longest span across the Monongahela River and is the only cable suspension bridge across Pittsburgh’s three rivers. The towers feature an attractive design that creates a stepped appearance on the interior, making the bridge reminiscent of the art deco period. The bridge carries the namesake of Phillip Murray, the first president of the United Steelworkers of America and honors the labor movement that had an impact on the city of Pittsburgh.

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SOUTH SIDE

FUNKY, FEISTY VIBE … ETHNIC AND ECLECTIC … LIVELY NIGHTLIFE … BOUTIQUES, GALLERIES AND RESTAURANTS … A “GREAT AMERICAN MAIN STREET”

15203

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

1.6 miles

Smithfield Street, S. 10th Street (Philip Murray), Birmingham, Hot Metal, McArdle Roadway Viaduct

POPULATION:

9,992 WHERE TO STAY:

Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Hyatt House, Morning Glory Inn, Sheraton, SpringHill Suites, Traveler’s Rest Hostel MAJOR ROADWAYS:

East Carson Street, S. 10th Street, S. 18th Street

PARKING:

Numerous parking garages and five surface lots LOCALS LOVE:

Evenings along East Carson Street • City Theatre Young Playwrights • Pretzel Shop • Games N’ At arcade • SouthSide Works • The sounds of Club Café • Brunch at the Grand Concourse • Riverhounds soccer games at Highmark Stadium

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MT. WASHINGTON 15211

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

1.3 miles

Liberty, Smithfield Street, West End, Fort Pitt

POPULATION:

11,186 MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Grandview Avenue, McArdle Roadway, Shiloh Street, Sycamore Street

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PARKING:

One two-level surface lot and on-street LOCALS LOVE:

Duquesne Incline at night • Emerald View Park's winding, wooded trails • Kavsar Restaurant's Uzbek delicacies • A walk along Grand View Scenic Byway • Hot wings at Bigham Tavern • Redbeard’s • Shiloh Grill • DiFiore’s Ice Cream Delite • Chatham Village holiday luminaria

AMERICA’S MOST BEAUTIFUL VISTA … “RESTAURANT ROW” … CHARMING HILLTOP COMMUNITIES … FRIENDLY RESIDENTS … OLDEST, CONTINUOUS FUNICULARS IN THE WORLD


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15212

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

1.5 miles POPULATION:

16th (David McCullough), 31st (William Raymond Prom), 40th Street (Washington Crossing)

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PARKING:

WHERE TO STAY:

Three garages, several surface lots and street parking

Hampton Inn & Suites, Homewood Suites MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Penn Avenue, Liberty Avenue and Smallman Street

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LOCALS LOVE:

The trolley at Heinz History Center • Leaf & Bean • Reyna’s Mexican Grocery and Casa Reyna • Maggie’s Farm Rum • Tours of Wigle Whiskey • Pittsburgh Opera’s Brown Bag Concerts • Late-night crowds at Primanti Bros. • Colony (Cat) Café • Fresh seafood from Wholey’s Fish Market

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LAWRENCEVILLE

HIP AND HAPPENING … WALKABLE AND WELCOMING … GO-TO DESTINATION FOR SHOPPING AND DINING … OLDE-PITTSBURGH CHARM MEETS MODERN EDGE

15201

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

PARKING:

3 miles

Two surface lots, on-street

POPULATION:

LOCALS LOVE:

13,162

Halloween parties at Arsenal Bowl • Slice Island Pizza at Spirit • The late show at Row House Cinema • Wild Card • Allegheny Cemetery on Memorial Day • Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar • Rock All Night Tour (R.A.N.T.) • Church Brew Works

WHERE TO STAY:

Hampton Inn & Suites, Homewood Suites MAJOR ROADWAYS:

40th Street, Penn Avenue and Butler Street BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

40th (Washington Crossing), 62nd Street (Sen. Robert D. Fleming), Highland Park

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OAKLAND

LIVELY ATMOSPHERE … GRAND ARCHITECTURE … PRESTIGIOUS MUSEUMS … INTERNATIONAL CUISINE … ACADEMIC, CULTURAL AND MEDICAL CENTER OF PITTSBURGH 15213

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

3 miles

Panther Hollow, Schenley, Charles Anderson Memorial

POPULATION:

28,417 WHERE TO STAY:

Hampton Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, Quality Inn, Residence Inn, Wyndham MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Fifth Avenue, Forbes Avenue, Centre Avenue and Bigelow Boulevard

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PARKING:

Numerous public parking garages, on-street LOCALS LOVE:

The carousel at Schenley Plaza • Standing remnants of Forbes Field wall • Stephen Collins Foster Memorial • Saint Nicholas Greek Food Festival • Carnegie Mellon University’s Kiltie Band • Sifting through Caliban Book Shop • Free movies on Flagstaff Hill


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BLOOMFIELD 15224

GARFIELD 15224

PITTSBURGH’S “LITTLE ITALY” … COLORFUL SHOPS … DECIDEDLY URBAN … AUTHENTIC GROCERS, BAKERIES, BEER JOINTS … BLOOMFIELD LOVES A PARADE

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

4 miles

Bloomfield

POPULATION:

PARKING:

8,442

Two public garages and two public lots

MAJOR ROADWAYS:

LOCALS LOVE:

Liberty Avenue, Penn Avenue, Baum Boulevard, Friendship Avenue

Closed streets for Little Italy Days in August • Donatelli’s Italian Food Center • Groceria Italian • Dan Cercone's Barbershop • Public bocce courts • Juicy burgers at Tessaro’s • The vinyl collection at Juke Records

ARTSY, COMEBACK NEIGHBORHOOD … COFFEE SHOPS … COMMUNITY FARM … REFINISHED ROW HOUSES … BE SURE TO VISIT ARTISAN TATTOO SHOP AND GALLERY

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

PARKING:

4.5 miles

On-street only

POPULATION:

LOCALS LOVE:

3,675

The Mr. Roboto Project • Center for PostNatural History • Gluten Free Goat Bakery • Silver Eye Center for Photography • Blowing glass at Pittsburgh Glass Center • Bantha Tea Bar • Delicious Spak Brothers Pizza • ARTica • Most Wanted Fine Art gallery

MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Penn Avenue and N. Negley Avenue

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UPSCALE HIP … SAVVY STYLE, TONY LIVING … SHOPPING DISTRICTS … TREE-LINED STREETS … VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE … WALK ACROSS ITS ARTFUL PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

15213 & 15232

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

MAJOR ROADWAYS:

5 miles

Walnut Street, Ellsworth Avenue, Shady Avenue and Highland Avenue

POPULATION:

39,868

SHADYSIDE

PARKING:

One parking garage and two surface lots, on-street

WHERE TO STAY:

Courtyard by Marriott, Inn on Negley, Shadyside Inn All Suites Hotel

LOCALS LOVE:

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts • Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream • Outside dining at Casbah • Mellon Park • Hey Betty! vintage clothing • Burnt Almond Torte from Prantl’s Bakery

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EAST LIBERTY 15206

EDGY, URBAN AND METROPOLITAN CHIC … CULTURALLY DIVERSE … HOME TO GOOGLE … EXCEPTIONAL DINING … TWO BOUTIQUE HOTELS

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

5.5 miles

Larimer Avenue, Lincoln Avenue

POPULATION:

PARKING:

29,196

Nine public parking lots and one public parking garage, on-street

WHERE TO STAY:

Ace Hotel, Hotel Indigo, SpringHill Suites MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Penn Avenue, Negley Avenue, Centre Avenue, East Liberty Boulevard and Highland Avenue

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LOCALS LOVE:

Bakery Square • Shows at Kelly Strayhorn Theater • The menu at Whitfield • The towering East Liberty Presbyterian Church • “Joy of Life” sculpture • Zeke’s Coffee • Classes at The Alloy • French cuisine at The Twisted Frenchman and Paris 66 • Spoon


INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATION … HISTORIC STEEL CAPITAL … FRIENDLY, CLOSE-KNIT VIBE … ARTISTS’ LOFTS … SHOP, EAT AND SOCIALIZE AT THE WATERFRONT

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

BRIDGES THAT TAKE YOU THERE:

7 miles

Glenwood, Homestead Grays, Rankin

POPULATION:

18,678

WHERE TO STAY:

Hampton Inn & Suites, Courtyard by Marriott, Holiday Inn Express MAJOR ROADWAYS:

E. 8th Avenue, Waterfront Drive, 5th Avenue, Amity Street

HOMESTEAD/WATERFRONT 15120

PARKING:

One free parking garage, plentiful free surface lots and on-street LOCALS LOVE:

Nationally known performers at Carnegie Library Music Hall • Art on 8th • Blue Dust • The story of the Bost Building • Bulgarian Macedonian National Educational and Cultural Center’s Soup Sega! • Wave pool at Sandcastle • Cookies from Nancy B’s Bakery • The upper deck at Duke's

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MONROEVILLE BUSTLING SUBURB … COMMERCIAL HUB … EASTERN GATEWAY TO PITTSBURGH … DIVERSE ARRAY OF RESTAURANTS … LOCAL LANDMARKS AND A CONVENTION CENTER

15146 POPULATION:

28,486 WHERE TO STAY:

Courtyard by Marriott, DoubleTree by Hilton, SpringHill Suites, Residence Inn, Hampton Inn Pittsburgh/Monroeville, Red Roof PLUS+, Comfort Suites, Holiday Inn Pittsburgh Monroeville, Days Inn, Super 8, Extended Stay America MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Parkway East (I-376), U.S. Route 22 (William Penn Highway), Route 48 (Northern Pike), Monroeville Boulevard PARKING:

Several Port Authority of Allegheny County park-and-ride lots, abundant free surface lots LOCALS LOVE:

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AFFLUENT YET LAID BACK … JEWISH AND ASIAN INFLUENCES … FAMILY ORIENTED … PARKS, GREEN SPACES AND PLAYGROUNDS … VIBRANT BUSINESS DISTRICT

DISTANCE FROM DOWNTOWN:

PARKING:

5.5 miles

One public garage, two public parking lots and on-street

POPULATION:

27,550 MAJOR ROADWAYS:

Forbes Avenue, Murray Avenue, Beechwood Boulevard

SQUIRREL HILL 15217

LOCALS LOVE:

Watching noodles being made at Everyday Noodles • Shopping at Ten Thousand Villages • Independent Brewing Company • Amazing Books & Records • Films showing only at The Manor • Frick Environmental Center

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Listen to songbirds greet the morning or a babbling brook. Breathe in crisp fall air or crunch through crusty snow. DAYTRIPS INTO THE COUNTRYSIDE ARE REJUVENATING, whether you seek a hiking adventure, a historical tour or a fun-filled festival.


NORTH Pennsylvania Amish Country welcomes visitors. Browse the specialty shops in VOLANT, a quaint village about an hour north of Pittsburgh with restaurants, wineries and a B&B. MCCONNELLS MILL STATE PARK showcases nature’s grandeur. The Slippery Rock Creek Gorge, created by the draining of glacial lakes, has an 1800s gristmill and McConnell’s Mill Covered Bridge, a National Historic Landmark. More than 130 brand-name outlet stores comprise GROVE CITY PREMIUM OUTLETS, an open-air shopping center. The MARIDON MUSEUM in Butler spotlights Asian art and culture, coupled with German Meissen porcelain. Radio buffs must visit Checks RADIO MUSEUM in Karns City, a captivating display of more than 1,000 radios and broadcast equipment.

SOUTH Held the third weekend of September, the COVERED BRIDGE FESTIVAL in Washington and Greene counties offers arts and crafts and home-style food. The 10 sites are only a third of the counties’ covered bridges. The PENNSYLVANIA TROLLEY MUSEUM grew from just three trolleys in 1954 to a collection of nearly 50 street and interurban railway cars. Take a short ride while there.

The rugged natural beauty of OHIOPYLE STATE PARK makes it one of the country’s most popular state parks. Engage in spectacular whitewater rafting, hike the trails, or fish the Youghiogheny River. During the “Over the Falls Festival” in August, kayakers take on an 18-foot waterfall.

EAST IDLEWILD PARK AND SOAKZONE is the perfect family daytrip. Classic amusement park rides, a water park and unique attractions earned it “Best Kids’ Park” by Amusement Today. The JIMMY STEWART MUSEUM in his hometown of Indiana is dedicated to his film, radio and TV career. The displays weave in his roles as military hero, civic leader and family man. For art that reflects our heritage, stroll The WESTMORELAND MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART’s innovative collections. Outdoors, savor the intimate gardens with terraces and native plantings. Honor the heroes of the FLIGHT 93 NATIONAL MEMORIAL by exploring the grounds and Visitors Center. Plant a tree for the reforestation effort. History comes alive during FORT LIGONIER DAYS in October. In the picturesque host town, you’ll find artisans, craft vendors, specialty shops and restaurants.

WEST Historical interpreters help you explore the restored historic structures and gardens of OLD ECONOMY VILLAGE, a National Historic Landmark in Ambridge, built between 1824 and 1830. The all-you-can-eat buttermilk and/or buckwheat pancake breakfast draws fans to the MAPLE SYRUP FESTIVAL in Beaver Falls. Other one-of-a-kind events include the BEAVER COUNTY SNOW SHOVEL RIDING CHAMPIONSHIP and the VANPORT TOWNSHIP CHILI COOK-OFF. Karting, racing, autocross and more – you can be a spectator or sit in the driver’s seat at PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL RACE COMPLEX.

ERSKINE COVERED BRIDGE Built in 1845, the Erskine Bridge is the oldest remaining bridge in Washington County. Designated a historic bridge by the Washington County History and Landmarks Foundation in 1979, the bridge sits just one-tenth of a mile away from West Virginia, making it the farthest west bridge in Pennsylvania.

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WaterFire Sharon PA VisitMercerCountyPA Downtown Sharon, Pa. waterfiresharonpa.org O C TO B E R 12-14

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Located just north of Pittsburgh, Butler County offers unique moments and life’s simple pleasures—like camping under the stars, hiking alongside the lake or tasting a new microbrew. While you’re here, embrace discovery and diversity... Travel through rolling farmland, stroll along main streets of charming towns, ice skate at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex or watch your kid’s eyes light up as they visit alpaca farms or unique toy stores. Sometimes the best treasures are found off the beaten path. Butler County—explore more!

Hobby Express Inc. Pittsburgh area’s largest selection of hobbies and toys. Radio control for land, sea and air, trains, model kits, diecast, rockets, slot cars, puzzles, gaming, pine-car, tools, paints, building supplies. Toys for all ages. Just off I-79 & I-76. WE SELL FUN! 724-779-2000 1713 PA-228 Cranberry Twp., PA 16066 www.HobbyExpressInc.com

ShuBrew: Handcrafted Ales & Food ShuBrew Handcrafted Ales & Food is the SOLE of ShuBrew. A relaxed and welcoming environment, the brewpub focuses on craft beers, creative cocktails, local wine, cider and mead. Our scratchmade menu offers distinctive and unique items. Stop by to find out which SHU fits you or grab some food and fill a growler to-go. 210 S. Main St., Zelienople, PA 16063 724-766-4426 www.shubrew.com

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Kozy Rest

North Country Brewing Co.

Playthings Etc. Family Toys & Hobbies

Tradition and quality are the trademarks of our full menu restaurant and whole grain brewery. We deliver the freshest ingredients from our farm and our neighbors’ farms, living and practicing farm-to-fork. Also, enjoy intimate atmosphere and exceptional entertainment.

“Yogi Bear’s Jellystone ParkTM at Kozy Rest is an award-winning, familycentered 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.”

Playthings Etc. is the World’s Coolest Toy Store experience! Inside this spaceship shaped building there 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.!

724-735-2417 449 Campground Road Harrisville PA 16038 www.PittsburghJellystone.com

2483 William Flynn Hwy. Butler, PA 16001 724-285-7529 www.Playthings-Etc.com

724-794-BEER 141 S. Main St., Slippery Rock, PA 16057 www.NorthCountryBrewing.com

The ShuBrewery

Harmony Inn

North Country Canning Co.

Featuring a tap room open to the public; the ShuBrewery is the place to be for any new ShuBrew beer and bottle releases. Offering food specials, a fire pit, live music and games in a casual environment, stop by for a pint or a growler fill to-go. Check out our website for event info and taproom hours!

Located in the heart of Harmony’s National Historic Landmark District, we offer our public tavern to you for social pleasure and shared camaraderie in true Harmonite tradition. Hauntingly good fare, beer, wine and spirits.

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.

724-452-5124 230 Mercer St. Harmony, PA 16037 www.TheHarmonyInn.com

724-794-BEER 111 Arrowhead Dr., Unit B Slippery Rock, PA 16057 www.NorthCountryBrewing.com

733 Spring St., Harmony, PA 16037 724-900-0107 www.shubrew.com

Call 866-856-8444 or explore www.VisitButlerCounty.com to request a FREE Official Visitors Guide with maps and itineraries! BUTLER COUNTY TOURISM & CONVENTION BUREAU -

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Came for a Visit, Stayed for Opportunity Puerto Rico native Jesabel Rivera came to Pittsburgh for grad school and stayed for opportunity: a career, affordable homeownership and a growing Latino community featuring food markets, church services and salsa dancing. Join Jesabel, and thousands of others like her, who have found their place in Pittsburgh.

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A comfortable room with a UNIQUE VIEW comes with many of the major hotel brands in the Greater Downtown area. Many new hotels and boutique hotels are a celebrated addition to the market, with a multitude of amenities that include great locations.

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Unique inns, bed and breakfasts, suites and extended stay properties are a hallmark of the North Shore. A favorite with visitors, the Strip District has newer properties close to shops and eateries in a walkable neighborhood. Boutique hotels with contemporary restaurants add to the charm of East Liberty. Several cater to pets as well as people. Traveling beyond the city? Nestled in western Pennsylvania’s distinctive terrain are more full-service brands, budget hotels, B&Bs, historic inns, family campgrounds or sumptuous resorts.

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1320 CENTRE AVENUE • PITTSBURGH, PA 15219 • CAMBRIASUITESPITTSBURGH.COM

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What’s new at the Cambria hotel & suites Pittsburgh – Downtown? Just about everything! This newly renovated hotel is located right next door to the PPG Paints Arena, and is the official hotel of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Our all-suite, full-service hotel in downtown Pittsburgh offers business and leisure travelers the perfect combination of high-tech and home-like amenities. Whether you’re in town for the big game, a big meeting or a big getaway, we have so much to offer! Join us for a meal or cocktail at the Social Circle Bistro on the lobby level or our new event bar on the Plaza Level, SHARE on Centre….the place to be on game night! When the weather is nice, gather around a fire pit at our gorgeous patio bar and enjoy a drink and bite to eat with a fabulous view of downtown Pittsburgh! Our indoor pool and fitness center will keep your workouts on track, and our GetCetera market is available for snacks and sundries, 24-hours a day. Need a lift? We’ve got you covered with our complimentary courtesy shuttle, available for any destination within three miles of the hotel. We now offer multiple event space options that can accommodate from 10 to 500 people. From an intimate boardroom experience to grand event in our new ballroom, we specialize in creating a customized experience for you and your attendees. Our brand new Plaza Ballroom is the perfect venue for weddings, social events and business meetings. Join us for a BIG experience at Cambria!


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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES PITTSBURGH NORTH SHORE

A Unique City Experience!

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 412-323-0300 228 FEDERAL STREET • PITTSBURGH, PA 15212 • IHG.COM/HOLIDAYINNEXPRESS/HOTELS/GB

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 800-321-2211 OR 412-434-5551 945 PENN AVE. • PITTSBURGH, PA 15222 • MARRIOTT.COM/PITCY

This Pittsburgh Marriott Hotel is in the heart of the Cultural District and conveniently located among Downtown businesses, the Strip District, Station Square, PNC Park, Heinz Field and is adjacent to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.

The Holiday Inn Express & Suites North Shore seamlessly blends design and functionality with modern amenities sure to suit your needs. The hotel's spacious rooms and vibrant lobbies offer flexible spaces perfect for working, meeting or relaxing in Pittsburgh. Free Wi-Fi, a relaxing pool and fitness center take the stress out of your stay. Complimentary breakfast with a variety of choices provides a delicious start to your morning. Located just steps away from Pittsburgh's major sports facilities, take in a game or try your luck at slots and table games at nearby Rivers Casino. Escape to the creative world of The Andy Warhol Museum. Don't forget, there's a free shuttle for rides within three miles. Experience a great hotel, a fantastic location and unparalleled service, all waiting for your next visit. 79


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WESTIN CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL

A Modern Design, Instinctive Service and a Rejuvenating Atmosphere.

DOUBLETREE BY HILTON HOTEL & SUITES PITTSBURGH DOWNTOWN

Located in the Heart of Pittsburgh’s Business District.

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 800-WESTIN1 OR 412-281-3700 1000 PENN AVE. • PITTSBURGH PA 15222 • WESTINPITTSBURGH.COM

The Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh is ideally situated for the business and leisure traveler. The hotel is connected by a skywalk to the David L Lawrence Convention Center and is within walking distance to a variety of outdoor cafes, restaurants and craft breweries. Enjoy views of the cityscape and rivers from one of our 616 guest rooms and suites featuring the signature Heavenly Bed and Heavenly Bath. Rejuvenate in the 10,000-squarefoot Westin Workout, indoor swimming pool and steam room that are open 24 hours a day. Complimentary transportation is available Monday through Friday in the central business district. The hotel is conveniently located to the three major sporting venues and cultural district featuring concerts and theatre shows.

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 800-222-TREE OR 412-281-5800 ONE BIGELOW SQUARE • PITTSBURGH, PA 15219 • PITTSBURGHDOWNTOWNDOUBLETREE.COM

The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown is the largest, full-service Hilton Brand Family hotel located in the heart of Pittsburgh's central business district. Our hotel is conveniently located blocks away from the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, restaurants and nightlife. The Doubletree is also located next to PPG Paints Arena, one of the city's premier sports and concert venues. In addition to our great location, the hotel offers 337 guest rooms while featuring 137 one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury suites. The hotel also features an on-site parking garage, a 24-hour health club, an indoor pool and 12,000-square-feet of flexible meeting space, including two ballrooms located on one level. Enjoy dining in our award-winning and newly renovated Bigelow Grille. Our guests also enjoy our warm signature chocolate chip cookie.


FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 866-325-2281 OR 412-665-0555 123 NORTH HIGHLAND AVENUE • PITTSBURGH, PA 15206 • HOTELINDIGO.COM/PITTSBURGHPA

Welcome to the new Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh East Liberty, a beautifully restored boutique hotel nestled in Pittsburgh's historic and revitalized East End neighborhood. Guests can easily explore some of the city’s most popular attractions, world-renowned medical centers, universities and major corporations. Each of our spacious boutique rooms feature plush bedding, spa inspired showers, Aveda products, free Wi-Fi and iHome clock radios and 24-hour business center. Located on the lobby level is Wallace's TapRoom, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with an impressive selection of local and prestigious libations. A sleek complimentary local shuttle is available to all guests and will travel within a three mile radius of the hotel.

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FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 833-246-1986 OR 412-301-2277 425 FORBES AVE. • PITTSBURGH, PA 15219 EVENHOTELS.COM

Stay well at the EVEN ™ Hotel Downtown Pittsburgh; we’re the first of its kind in Pittsburgh! Conveniently located. Step outside and enjoy easy access to historic Market Square, Point State Park, PNC Park, Heinz Field, The Andy Warhol Museum and PPG Paints Arena. Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, you won’t have to compromise your wellness routine. As a member of the newest brand from IHG® and the first EVEN ™ Hotels in Downtown Pittsburgh, we're designed to help our guests maintain a healthy lifestyle while traveling.

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FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 800-325-3535 OR 412-261-2000 300 W. STATION SQUARE DR. • PITTSBURGH, PA 15219 • SHERATONPITTSBURGHSTATIONSQUARE.COM GUEST ROOMS

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SHERATON PITTSBURGH HOTEL AT STATION SQUARE

Located in the Heart of Pittsburgh’s Lively Station Square

The Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square is located in historic Station Square, Pittsburgh's 52-acre riverfront dining and entertainment destination. Station Square is home to more than 12 restaurants and attractions like the Gateway Clipper and Just Ducky Tours. With 30,000-square-feet of meeting space, the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square offers modern function space and flexibility for any event, meeting or gathering, from tradeshows and conferences, to beautiful weddings. Trackside restaurant is located on site and is open to local patrons as well as hotel guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The Fitness Center and swimming pool are complimentary to hotel guests and transportation is available to downtown offices, theaters, the Rivers Casino and local sporting venues including Heinz Field and PNC Park.

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: (MAIN PHONE) 412-922-8400 OR 800-222-8733 500 MANSFIELD AVENUE • PITTSBURGH, PA 15205 • PITTSBURGHGREENTREE.DOUBLETREE.COM

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DOUBLETREE BY HILTON HOTEL PITTSBURGH — GREEN TREE

Convenient to, yet a comfortable distance from the city, (just three miles) in the quaint borough of Green Tree. Only 20 minutes away from Pittsburgh International Airport offering complimentary shuttle services. Enjoy complimentary parking and a warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie welcome. State-of-the-art Precor Fitness Center. Swim indoors or out. Experience Asado Urban Grill, Champions Club and the Bistro & Marketplace. Refresh in one of our newly renovated bathrooms. Then settle in our Sweet Dreams by DoubleTree Sleep Experience bedding. Our hotel makes an ideal venue for corporate meetings, social gatherings and weddings. Presenting is easier with onsite A/V. Featuring more than 40,000-sq.-ft. of meeting and event space. Our professional catering team will tailor our ballrooms to suit your event, from the intimate 225-capacity Junior Ballroom to the flagship Grand Ballroom where 800 guests can celebrate. Come experience the DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Green Tree.


Pittsburgh | Downtown

Located in the heart of downtown, Drury Plaza Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown is a historic renovation of the Federal Reserve Bank building. It is close to PNC Park, the Andy Warhol Museum, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center and more.

New Hotel Opening Spring 2018

Pittsburgh Airport | Settlers Ridge

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WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center and Gift Shop

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Fifth Avenue Place • 120 Fifth Ave. • First Level Pittsburgh, PA 15222 1-877-LOVE PGH / 412-325-0318

David L. Lawrence Convention Center – East Lobby 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412-325-0323

D O W N T O W N Fort Pitt Museum Point State Park • 601 Commonwealth Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222 • 412-281-9284 D O W N T O W N Golden Triangle Bike Rental 600 First Ave. (on the Eliza Furnace Trail) • Pittsburgh, PA 15219 • 412-600-0675 M T . W A S H I N G T O N Duquesne Incline 1197 W. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219 • 412-381-1665

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VisitPITTSBURGH Airport Welcome Center Baggage Claim Area 1-877-LOVE PGH / 412-325-0319

N O R T H S H O R E Kayak Pittsburgh North Shore Riverfront Trail • Under Roberto Clemente (6th Street) Bridge • 412-337-1519 S O U T H S I D E South Side Chamber of Commerce 1100 East Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203 • 412-431-3360 S T R I P D I S T R I C T Senator John Heinz History Center 1212 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222 • 412-454-6000

WELCOME CENTERS F I N D I N G YO U R WAY A RO U N D? N E E D A DV I C E ? Call or check out VisitPITTSBURGH.com for more information.


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RELAXING.

Few things beat indulging in “me” time at one of the Pittsburgh region’s premier salons and spas. BREATHE IN SENSUOUS AROMAS, RELAX TO SOOTHING MUSIC AND SPOIL YOURSELF ON YOUR GETAWAY. Experience the pleasure of a massage, mani-pedi or sassy new hairstyle. A little pampering goes a long way.

IZZAZU SALON & SPA 412-325-1600 | IZZAZU.COM 301 FIFTH AVE. | PIATT PLACE | PITTSBURGH, PA 15222 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 117 FIRST AVE. | PITTSBURGH, PA 15222 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.

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DISCOVER DOWNTOWN The changing streetscape of Downtown offers a mix of retailers, including LARRIMOR’S, Brooks Brothers, Jos. A. Bank, Boutique La Passerelle, Avenue and Burlington Stores. Check out the diamond dealers in the Clark Building on Liberty Avenue. The European-style arcade in Fifth Avenue Place has specialty shops including CRYSTAL RIVER GEMS and DiCello’s Gallery, featuring magnificent Pittsburgh photographs. The WELCOME PITTSBURGH INFORMATION CENTER & GIFT SHOP is a souvenir shop with personality. Elsewhere Downtown you’ll find Broadway Army/Navy, Ewe Can Knit and Specialty Luggage.

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SHOPPABLE. Browser or shopaholic, you’ll find every thing from boutiques and gift shops to malls and outlets in Pittsburgh. Explore walkable Downtown or quirk y neighborhood shopping districts. The city’s museums and attractions have one-of-a-kind specialty stores. IT’S ALL HERE, WITH NO SALES TA X ON CLOTHING, SHOES OR NECESSITIES.

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Grab some goodies to eat on the spot or take home. Market Street Grocery has organic products. Nearby in Market Square, you’ll find Pittsburgh originals such as Nicholas Coffee Company and Pittsburgh Popcorn Company and Sinful Sweets. Try a famous pepperoni roll from Mancini’s Bread Company. During the holiday season, browse the PEOPLES GAS HOLIDAY MARKET to find artisan gifts. Inspired by the German Christkindlmarkts, a corner of Downtown transforms into a European shopping village with Alpine-style wooden chalets containing glass ornaments, nesting dolls and nutcrackers, baskets, walking sticks, international toys and much more. Take in local entertainment on stage and a musical light show after dark. Santa’s House is open daily for several hours.


MALLS, MALLS, MALLS Anchored by Nordstrom, Macys and jcpenney, Ross Park Mall has more than 150 retailers to make shopping fun and fulfilling. The Waterfront, built on land once occupied by U.S. Steel’s Homestead Works, has more than 50 retailers. With upscale shops and fine or casual restaurants, The Galleria of Mt. Lebanon provides an unforgettable day of shopping. Find more at Monroeville Mall or The Mall at Robinson.

STROLL THE NEIGHBORHOODS

a cool store with a retro-mod decor offering vintage household items from high-end designer pieces to kitsch.

Venture into Pittsburgh neighborhoods and you’ll find uncommon shops. Artifacts in the West End is a treasure hunter’s destination. In the Strip District, 17 dealers at MAHLA & CO. ANTIQUES offer fine art, antiques and design concepts. MON AIMEE CHOCOLAT displays a feast of domestic and imported chocolate. Purchases of jewelry and artwork from THE STORE AT CONTEMPORARY CRAFT support working artists and community programs.

For more unusual items, peruse Studebaker Metals in Braddock which has hand-forged metal goods, including jewelry, belt buckles, mustache combs and more.

Fascinated by toys? S.W. Randall Toyes and Giftes has locations Downtown and in Shadyside and Squirrel Hill. Find handsome crafts at LA FERIA in Shadyside, a cross between a gallery and Peruvian café, and the fair trade TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES in Squirrel Hill. In the hip and happening Lawrenceville, Wildcard has an assortment of cards and gifts. Check out Who Knew?,

The `Burgh has a collection of stores for literature lovers: Caliban Book Shop in Oakland, Penguin Bookshop in Sewickley, Amazing Books and Records (Downtown and Squirrel Hill) and Mystery Lovers Bookshop in Oakmont. If it’s music you seek, check Dave’s Music Mine in South Side, Edie’s Entertainment in the Strip District and Juke Records in Bloomfield. Pittsburgh welcomes bicycle enthusiasts, who will find equipment and accessories at Thick Bikes in South Side, Kindred Cycles in the Strip District, Performance Bicycles in East Liberty and Love Bikes in Lawrenceville.

Wander the 40+ stores of Pittsburgh International Airport Airmall for interesting brands including Hugo Boss, Armani Jeans, Nine West, Sportzburgh and Three Rivers Harley-Davidson. Go bargain-hunting at Grove City Premium Outlets, with more than 130 shops located just 50 minutes north of Pittsburgh. You’ll find selections such as Coach, J. Crew, The North Face, Under Armour, Vera Bradley and White House Black Market, along with a children’s play area. About 30 minutes south of Pittsburgh, just off Interstate 79 in Washington, is the open-air Tanger Outlets. At Rossi’s Pop-Up Marketplace in North Versailles, vendors of all sorts offer value everywhere you look.

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Foodies, you’re in luck. Pittsburgh wins accolades for its culinary identity. Recognized as ONE OF THE HOTTEST FOOD CITIES for its pioneering chefs and restaurateurs, Smart Asset placed Pittsburgh on its 2017 Top 10 Best Cities for Foodies. Here, anticipate great food and good deals.

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Among Pittsburgh’s top chefs are four nominees for the 27th annual James Beard Foundation Awards: Justin Severino of Cure and Morcilla; Wei Zhu of Chengdu Gourmet; Casey Renee of Whitfield and Becca Hegarty, the garde-manger at Dinette and head of urban farm Bitter Ends Garden Project. Another James Beard semifinalist, Chef Sonja Finn, has made the CAFE CARNEGIE a place for approachable food during a museum visit. New restaurants in the city’s transformed Downtown bring a Gucci combo of quality fare and atmosphere. Chef Justin VALLOZZI’S TALIA CUCINA & ROSTICCERIA made Eater’s list for homey Italian cuisine and the best ribs in town. UNION STANDARD, Chef Derek Stevens’ restaurant in the beautifully renovated Union Trust Building, has a wood-fired grill, rotisserie and raw bar. SOCIAL HOUSE 7 serves Asian cuisine Izakaya-style. CITY WORKS EATERY & POUR HOUSE features modern American classics with brilliant twists and 90+ craft beers on draft. In the must-visit Strip District neighborhood, unique SMALLMAN GALLEY food hall gives four undiscovered chefs a place to showcase their menus and hone their craft. The Strip is also home to KAYA, with tropical drinks and Islands-inspired food. Kaya’s sister restaurants by Big Burrito Group are just as distinctive: MAD MEX, CASBAH, SOBA, UMI and the stylish ELEVEN CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN.

Even restaurants in Pittsburgh pay homage to the city’s bridges. The cozy BIRMINGHAM BRIDGE TAVERN on the South Side has unfussy burgers, sandwiches and craft beer. For comfortable nightlife atmosphere, try BRIDGES 446 at Embassy Suites by Hilton at Pittsburgh International Airport or BRIDGES RESTAURANT & LOUNGE at the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center. Ethnic fare includes Mexican street food at TÄKŌ or DOCE TAQUERIA, traditional and innovative Italian cuisine at GIRASOLE in Shadyside and the memorable, changing menu at THE TWISTED FRENCHMAN. Of course, Pittsburgh’s food scene has born-and-bred originals. THE ORIGINAL OYSTER HOUSE is the city’s oldest bar and restaurant. PRIMANTI BROS. created the “Almost Famous” sandwich with fries and slaw. DOUBLE WIDE GRILL, a Texas-style roadhouse in a 1930s gas station theme, satisfies those with a hankering for barbecue along with vegans and vegetarians. FRANKTUARY has gourmet frankfurters, poutine and craft cocktails. And locals love pierogies found at PIEROGIES PLUS and THE CHURCH BREW WORKS. Pittsburgh has something for everyone. Stroll historic Market Square and dine al fresco, ride the incline to Mt. Washington’s “RESTAURANT ROW” or take a destination drive into the countryside to LAUTREC, a AAA Five-Diamond and Forbes Five-Star restaurant at NEMACOLIN WOODLANDS RESORT.

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CRAFT BREWERIES. ENJOY A FEW COLD ONES

Pittsburgh’s culinary scene ranks among the nation’s best (and rightfully so), but the food tastes even better when washed down with a good brew. Fortunately, a seemingly limitless supply of craft beer is available throughout Allegheny County, where you can order a cold one (or just sip a few samples) at more than 30 breweries. It’s no secret that Pittsburgh’s story can’t be told without mentioning steel, but factory workers have pretty much always had a place to enjoy a beer at the end of their shift. The Iron City Brewing Company opened in the 1860s and was later joined by the familiar names of “Duquesne” and “Fort Pitt.” The beer industry has evolved since then, and craft breweries are now opening in Allegheny County quicker than you can say, “I’ll have another … ” They can be found in the

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hippest city neighborhoods, the affluent suburbs and the grittiest mill towns … some in newly constructed storefronts … others in repurposed garages, churches and warehouses. Perusing a list of available brews at any given location can be an experience, forcing a difficult decision that’s not to be taken lightly. It’s not as simple as choosing between an IPA or a Hefeweizen when ingredient lists across the county include chocolate, coffee and a variety of fruits and vegetables such as pineapples, cucumbers and habanero peppers. But it’s these innovative ideas from a dedicated team of brewmasters that revolutionized Pittsburgh’s identity as a must-see (and must-taste) destination for both beer connoisseurs and novice drinkers.

CITY OF STEEL … CITY OF BRIDGES … CITY OF CHAMPIONS … CITY OF BEER.

Visit Pittsburgh’s Original Craft Brewery.

•Award-winning, locally-brewed craft beers •“Euro-Pittsburgh” & German fare •Historic 19th-century brewhouse & biergarten

Penn Brewery

Troy Hill Rd. & Vinial St. 412-237-9400 www.pennbrew.com


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THIRSTQUENCHING. Starting with the 1790s Whiskey Rebellion, Pittsburgh has been a spirited spot for local libations. RAISE YOUR GLASSES, BEER, WINE AND CRAFT COCKTAIL ENTHUSIASTS!

FINE DISTILLERIES American whiskey began with western Pennsylvania’s frontier farmers distilling surplus grain. Today, WIGLE WHISKEY is named for Phillip Wigle, one frontiersman who defended his right to distill in a tussle with a tax collector. Award-winning MAGGIE’S FARM RUM, made in a copper pot behind the cocktail bar, is the first commerciallyproduced Pennsylvania craft rum since Prohibition.

BREWERY SCENE Pittsburgh’s oldest craft beer maker, PENN BREWERY, tells the story of European immigrants through its beers and homemade cuisine. The CHURCH BREW WORKS keeps its fermentation equipment on the altar and displays its slogan: “On the eighth day, man created beer.” COUCH BREWERY in Larimer has beers and décor celebrating sofas and recliners and the motto, “Drink Comfortably.” CITY BREW TOURS PITTSBURGH is 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. Beer lovers can sample pints at nearly 30 breweries in the region. Draai Laag Brewing Company in Millvale combines Belgian and French brewing tradition with local micro flora to create complex beers. East End Brewing Company has two locations and distributes kegs and cans. On the North Side, War Streets Brewery named its beers for local streets and Southern Tier Brewing Company has an outdoor beer garden.

CRAFT BEER & COCKTAIL CIRCUIT Organize a private tour to explore Pittsburgh’s microbreweries via PA BREW TOURS, a celebratory mix of craft breweries, distilleries and wineries! Includes samples and behind-the-scene tours.

Up to 16 people can ride a PITTSBURGH PARTY PEDALER bike, making stops at city bars and restaurants. Rivertowne Brewery Tour offers samples on the shuttle to its facility in Export, Pa., where you see the brewing process.

AMAZING WINE AND COOL CIDER In the cellar of a former bank, PITTSBURGH WINERY presents a romantic setting for tasting world-class wines made locally from grapes grown in California and Chile. ARSENAL CIDER HOUSE & WINE CELLAR makes hard apple ciders, fruit wines and mead. Its “Daily Rations” growlers commemorate the Allegheny Arsenal, which gave troops whiskey rations. New to this ripening industry is Threadbare Cider and Mead, maker of hard cider and honey wine. Family-owned NARCISI WINERY in Gibsonia makes its wines from locally grown grapes and offers tastings or pairings with rustic Italian cuisine at its La Vite Ristorante.

WORLD - CLASS COCKTAILS The first Pittsburgh bar nominated for a James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Bar Program, BUTCHER AND THE RYE serves craft cocktails in a rustic-chic space. The Huffington Post calls Acacia a well-kept South Side secret. INDUSTRY PUBLIC HOUSE infuses whiskey with wood-chip smoke to make the popular “Smokestack” cocktail. Bartenders at hip Butterjoint in Oakland donate tips to nonprofits once each quarter. Bar Marco offers fine dining, superb wine and specialty cocktails.

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diesel CLUB | LOUNGE

Table & Tap

SOCIAL

HOUSE

DRINK & DINE IN SPLENDOR! THE CHURCH BREW WORKS THE FINEST RESTAURANT & MICROBREWERY 3525 LIBERTY AVENUE PITTSBURGH, PA 15201 WWW.CHURCHBREW.COM 412.688.8200 featuring cask ales, barrel aged beers and a full service bar VOTED 2012 BREW PUB OF THE YEAR AT THE GREAT AMERICAN BEER FESTIVAL®

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LIVELY.

LOOKING FOR FUN AFTER DARK? Pittsburgh has many

nightlife options, from casinos to dance clubs to bars where locals hang. Enjoy a cocktail on an outdoor terrace. Satisfy that craving for a late-night bite to eat at some of the city’s best restaurants. Start your adventure with happy hour at one of Pittsburgh’s many bars or nightclubs in Downtown, The Strip District, Lawrenceville, South Side, North Shore or East End.

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With over 2,900 slots and 100 table games, four bars, five incredible restaurants, and live music every week, there’s always something to get excited about at Rivers Casino. Stop by and start living it up today.

SLOTS | TABLE GAMES | DINING | NIGHTLIFE 777 CASINO DRIVE, PITTSBURGH PA 15212 RIVERSCASINO.COM

GAMBLING PROBLEM? CALL 1-800-GAMBLER. Must be 21 years or older to be on Rivers Casino property.


WINNING. Mighty. Beautiful.

Feeling luck y? Then the full-service casinos in the region have your number… 24 AND LUCKY NUMBER 7!

RIVERS CASINO 412-231-7777 | RIVERSCASINO.COM 777 CASINO DR. | PITTSBURGH, PA 15212 Features more than 2,900 slot machines, 84 table games, a dedicated 30-table poker room, eight distinct bars, restaurants, riverside amphitheater, live music performances, 10,000-square-foot banquet facility and multiple promotions/ giveaways daily.

THE MEADOWS CASINO 877-824-5050 | MEADOWSGAMING.COM 210 RACETRACK RD. | WASHINGTON, PA 15301 Featuring over 78 table games and more than 3,300 slot machines, year-round harness racing, premier restaurants with spectacular views, all-ages bowling center, live entertainment and free parking! Just off I-79 South.

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Welcome TO THE

NEIGHBORHOOD

We' r e P i t t s b u r g h b u s in e s s e s t h a t s u p p o r t t r av el a n d t o u r i s m in s o u t h w e s t er n P en n s y l v a nia . We' r e p r o u d t o c a ll t hi s p la ce h o m e a n d h a p p y t o s h a r e i t w i t h yo u . W h e t h er yo u ' r e p la n ning t o k ick b a ck a n d r ela x , s e e t h e s i t e s o r g e t d o w n t o b u s in e s s ,

you're always welcome in Pittsburgh.

ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER | BOOKING.COM (USA) INC. | CITIZENS BANK CONSOL ENERGY | COMCAST | DOLLAR BANK | DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY EAT' N PARK HOSPITALITY GROUP | HEARTLAND HOMES | HENDERSON BROTHERS HIGHMARK | KENNYWOOD | MEGABUS.COM | PITTSBURGH CULTURAL TRUST PITTSBURGH PENGUINS | PITTSBURGH PIRATES | PITTSBURGH STEELERS | PPG INDUSTRIES ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY | UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH | WGL ENERGY


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GREEN. HOW DID THE “SMOKY CITY” BECOME ONE OF AMERICA’S TOP CITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE, GREENCERTIFIED BUILDING SPACE? Through vision and the dogged determination that has defined Pittsburghers for decades. Following its dramatic transformation to America’s “Most Livable City,” Pittsburgh continues to foster innovative and collaborative solutions to improve indoor and outdoor environments.

The birthplace of ecologist Rachel Carson, whose book Silent Spring initiated the contemporary environmental movement, Pittsburgh has set a national example for reclaiming and renewing its urban environment. Visitors from around the world witness this at the DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER, which blends space, functionality and flexibility with cutting-edge technology. This remarkable building was built on an urban brownfield and is the first and the largest Gold and Platinum LEED® certified green convention center.

PHIPPS CONSERVATORY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS has achieved the Living Building Challenge™ for its Center for Sustainable Landscapes. The sensational botanical garden bridges the past and future as a historic landmark with sustainable buildings, operations, research and educational programming. Phipps demonstrates that people, plants, health and beauty are inextricably interconnected.

Designed by acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly, the building’s natural light and ventilation provide environmentally friendly surroundings for events. The Center’s success has influenced standards for sustainable practices in the convention industry.

The more than 150 green-certified buildings in Pittsburgh include The Tower at PNC Plaza, the country’s first green skyscraper; PPG PAINTS ARENA, the first green NHL arena and the FAIRMONT PITTSBURGH, the first green hotel.

The FRICK ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER at the entrance to Frick Park is one of the greenest buildings in the world. Engineered to meet the Living Building Challenge™ and achieve Platinum LEED® certification, the state-of-the-art facility inspires learners to discover one of Pittsburgh’s largest parks.

Among Pittsburgh’s other “firsts” in green-building genres: CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF PITTSBURGH, POINT PARK UNIVERSITY DANCE COMPLEX, PITTSBURGH GLASS CENTER and the Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank.

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Job seekers, entrepreneurs and businesses large and small will find low unemployment and a strong economy based on health care, education, technology and financial services in Pittsburgh. Forbes lists the city among "Best Places for Business and Careers," and Pittsburgh tops Trulia’s list of "Best Markets for College Grads." Great school choices, affordable housing, a low crime rate and strong sense of community also make Pittsburgh a great place to raise a family. The Pittsburgh Promise scholarship program encourages college-readiness and post-high school success for students of Pittsburgh Public Schools, by offering up to $30,000 in scholarship funding to any post-secondary institution in Pennsylvania.

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Pittsburgh’s serious “cool” factor makes it a popular place to live. A good fit for families, young professionals and retirees alike, the city wins accolades for affordability, friendliness and quality of life. With leading health care and educational institutions, cutting- edge technology companies, cultural attractions and amenities to support an active lifestyle, PITTSBURGH CONSISTENTLY RANKS AMONG THE BEST PLACES TO LIVE.

Pittsburgh’s beautiful setting, solid economy, low cost of living and culturally rich environment make it a special place for retirees as well. Rated above average for walkability, Pittsburgh attracts retirees who want a livable city with many opportunities for recreation, education, volunteering and active communities. The city’s proud past and promising future keep people strongly affiliated with Pittsburgh. Its many ethnic neighborhoods and charmingly restored homes complement an ongoing building boom. As Pittsburgh has worked to enhance its sense of place, more and more people are choosing to call the city home.


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DIVERSE.

Diversity generates ideas to help us traverse challenges and change. Pittsburgh’s 90 neighborhoods grew from the ethnic traditions of immigrants who settled in its hills and valleys, weathering the ups and downs of time. Today Pittsburgh is EXPERIENCING A REBIRTH THAT BLENDS MULTICULTURAL TRADITIONS WITH CUTTING-EDGE CONCEPTS.

DEMOGRAPHICS & LIVABILITY FACTORS POPU L ATI ON:

305,704 (city) 1.22 million (Allegheny County) 2.3 million (Pittsburgh Metro Area) A RE A :

55 sq. miles

From ethnic neighborhoods such as South Side, Polish Hill, Bloomfield and Squirrel Hill to the history-filled Hill District, you’ll find opportunities to explore the food, architecture and aesthetic that is distinctly Pittsburgh. Groups such as Vibrant Pittsburgh, Global Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Regional Alliance, the Greater Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and African American Chamber of Commerce promote diversity of talent and viewpoints to build a thriving, inclusive region.

On the North Side, CITY OF ASYLUM provides sanctuary to endangered writers, commissions public art and offers a range of literary programs in community settings to encourage cross-cultural exchange.

Around the city are symbols of its compassionate, welcoming nature. The Freedom Corner Monument at Centre Avenue and Crawford Street in the Hill District marks the starting point for rallies during the Civil Rights Movement. The weekly New Pittsburgh Courier in South Side evolved from one of the country’s most influential African American newspapers in the 1930s and 40s.

The Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh is one of the organizations that increases opportunities and quality of life for LGBT residents in the metropolitan area. The PITTSBURGH PRIDE FESTIVAL attracts more than 100,000 people each year.

The sleekly modern AUGUST WILSON CENTER FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE downtown has exhibition galleries, a theater, an education center for classes and lectures and spaces for community programs.

M E DIAN SALE PRICE OF E XI STI NG S I NG LE - FA M I LY H OM E: $115,000 BACH E LOR ' S DEG RE E OR H IG H E R: 36% AVE R AG E TR AVE L TI M E TO WORK : 23 minutes M US EU M S: 66 COLLEG ES/ U N IVE RS ITI ES: 22 LI B R ARI ES: 31

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PITTSBURGH IS: • Within 500 MILES of more than half the U.S. population • Less than a 90-MINUTE flight from 50 percent of North America's population • LESS THAN SIX HOURS by car or train to nine states, Washington, D.C. and Canada

Getting to

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AIRLINES SERVING PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Air Canada, Allegiant, American Airlines, Apple Vacations, Condor, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, Frontier, OneJet, Southwest, Southern Airways Express, Spirit, United Airlines, Vacation Express, WOW air

D I STA N C E S & TR AV E L TI M E S CITY

DISTANCE

FLIGHT TIME

DRIVE TIME

ERIE

126 miles

40 minutes

2 hours

CLEVELAND

129 miles

40 minutes

2.5 hours

COLUMBUS

185 miles

50 minutes

3 hours

BUFFALO

215 miles

50 minutes

3.2 hours

BALTIMORE

240 miles

1 hour

4 hours

WASHINGTON, D.C.

246 miles

1 hour

4.25 hours

CINCINNATI

289 miles

1 hour

4.5 hours

PHILADELPHIA

300 miles

1 hour

5 hours

TORONTO

324 miles

1.25 hours

6 hours

NEW YORK

368 miles

1.25 hours

7 hours

CHICAGO

452 miles

80 minutes

8 hours

BOSTON

573 miles

1.5 hours

10 hours

ST. PAUL

849 miles

2.25 hours

15 hours

MIAMI

1,168 miles

3 hours

21 hours

DALLAS

1,228 miles

3 hours

23 hours

SEATTLE

2,530 miles

5 hours

44 hours

(miles)

(minutes or hours)

(hours)


Know Before

YOU GO

INSIDER INFO: Travel within Downtown and the North Shore is FREE 24/7 ON THE "T," Pittsburgh’s light rail system.

W E ATH E R

Source: National Weather Service

AVERAGE TEMP.

PRECIPITATION

AVERAGE TEMP.

PRECIPITATION

HIGH

LOW

INCHES

HIGH

LOW

INCHES

JANUARY

37˚

21˚

2.87

JULY

83˚

66˚

3.35

FEBRUARY

40˚

22˚

2.24

AUGUST

82˚

63˚

2.99

MARCH

50˚

30˚

3.03

SEPTEMBER

75˚

55˚

3.03

APRIL

62˚

39˚

2.99

OCTOBER

64˚

44˚

2.17

MAY

71˚

51˚

3.27

NOVEMBER

53˚

34˚

3.15

JUNE

79˚

61˚

2.99

DECEMBER

41˚

25˚

2.72

MONTH

(Fahrenheit)

Crossing the Allegheny River, the bridge was once referred to as "the bridge to nowhere" because of unfinished approach ramps on the northern side. All of the ramps were completed by 1986 and now connect to Pennsylvania Route 65 and Interstate 279.

M A P K E Y:

FORT DUQUESNE BRIDGE TRANSIT STOP “T” UNDERGROUND

MONTH

(Fahrenheit)

A 24-mile light rail system runs from the North Shore and Downtown Pittsburgh through the city's southern neighborhoods. The “T” serves Downtown with a loop including First Avenue, Steel Plaza, Wood Street and Gateway Center. Stops on the North Shore include North Side and Allegheny Station.

“T” ABOVEGROUND DAYTIME FREE FARE ZONE

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AIRPORT Pittsburgh International

The highly rated Pittsburgh International Airport is more than just an airport — IT’S AN EXPERIENCE. Pittsburgh International Airport’s Airside Terminal features an impressive mix of high-end national brand stores and locally-inspired products to give travelers a complete shopping experience. Pittsburgh International Airport was named ”Airport of the Year” by Air Transport World Magazine. TripAdvisor ranked Pittsburgh International Airport a "Travelers' Choice Favorite for Shopping." Travel+Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler also named Pittsburgh International a "Top 10 Domestic Airport." The world-class shopping and dining experience combined with its awardwinning Art in the Airport program and growing air service options make Pittsburgh International the premiere gateway to western Pennsylvania.

Non-Stop 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 72 nonstop flights on 17 airlines to cities throughout the United States, Europe, Canada and the Caribbean. Airport services for people with disabilities include reserved parking spaces, public telephones for the hearing impaired, visual paging services on the flight information display screens and wheelchair or porter service.

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AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION BY TA XI: Pittsburgh International Airport was one of the first airports in the country to allow pickups from ride-sharing companies, like Uber and Lyft. Rides can be ordered via the companies’ mobile app. Riders should proceed to the landside terminal, lower level and exit through the “commercial” door. Here, there is a designated pickup area near the cab stand. Black car service can be ordered on demand through the zTrip mobile app. One-way fare between Pittsburgh International Airport and Downtown is about $45.

BY SHUTTLE: SUPERSHUTTLE Reservations can be made online at supershuttle.com or call 800-258-3826 or download the SuperShuttle app to book either shared-ride van service or a private luxury ExecuCar sedan to and from Pittsburgh International Airport, 24/7. One-way SuperShuttle fare between the airport and Downtown is about $26 (including fuel surcharge). After claiming luggage, proceed to the SuperShuttle customer service counter located on the baggage claim level in the rental car area behind the elevators near Door 4.

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: PORT AUTHORITY TRANSIT 28X AIRPORT FLYER Best bargain in the ‘Burgh! One-way fare between Pittsburgh International Airport and Downtown is $2.75 for cash (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.

WWW.PGHTRANS.COM

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TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC TRANSIT TIPS: Port Authority of Allegheny County is the public transit agency for the greater Pittsburgh area, providing bus, light rail (“T”) and incline service. 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.

TIPS FOR TAKING A CAB: Visitors may also purchase a $7 day pass for unlimited rides. Note that these passes can be purchased at the Downtown Service Center and at kiosks located in T stations. Day passes expire at the end of service the day it is purchased. Weekly passes are also available.

BUS FARES ARE PAID AS PASSENGERS BOARD THE BUS.

Travel within Downtown and the North Shore is free 24/7 on the T, Pittsburgh’s light rail system.

All rides are $2.75 cash or $2.50 if using a pre-loaded ConnectCard. Frequent public transportation users should consider picking up a ConnectCard at the Port Authority’s Downtown Service Center on Smithfield Street or Giant Eagle grocery stores. Riders can load money onto their card by choosing the “stored value” option at a ConnectCard machine or retail outlet. 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.

You can transfer between the 28X (from the Pittsburgh International Airport) and most other Port Authority bus or T routes in Downtown Pittsburgh. A transfer costs $1 with a ConnectCard and is valid for three hours. Request a transfer from the operator before paying your fare. Exact change is required when paying your fare as bus drivers do not carry change. (The $1 transfer option is not available for cashpaying customers.)

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Major hotels in the Downtown area have taxis and ZTRIP cars waiting outside their front doors. Or look for about a half dozen "taxi stands" located around Downtown. zTrip has a fleet of more than 300 late-model taxis on “call and demand” service, 24/7. You can request zTrip by calling 412-777-7777 or download the app. Request YELLOW CAB service by calling 412-321-8100. You can also hail black-and-white taxis, dubbed Pittsburgh “CITY CAB,” for trips to select city neighborhoods—Downtown, Strip District, Uptown, North Side, West End, South Side and Mt. Washington. The fair is $2.25 initially and $1.75 per mile. In addition to hailing the cabs, you may summon one by calling 412-323-2489. Call CLASSY CAB for your upscale transportation needs, 412-322-5080 or book online. Each VETAXI, a natural gas alternative with wheelchair and scooter accessibility, is driven by U.S. veterans or their family members. Download the VETaxi app or call 412-481-8387. CRANBERRY TAXI provides reliable service to Butler and northern Allegheny County areas 24/7. Call 724-282-3051. TA XIS SERVING PITTSBURGH Classy Cab

412-322-5080

People’s Cab

Checker Cab

412-664-5600

VETaxi

Cranberry Taxi

724-776-3050

Yellow Cab and zTrip

412-441-3200 412-481-VETS (8387) 412-321-8100

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE SERVICE Air Star Access Paratransit

412-381-7230

SuperShuttle Pittsburgh

Classy Cab

412-322-5080

VETaxi

Professional Limousine Service

412-331-2524

800-258-3826 412-481-VETS (8387)


TIPS TIPS FOR GETTING A RIDE: Travel conveniently by using a ride-share app, such as zTrip, Uber or Lyft.

ZTRIP

UBER

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. Once you arrive at your destination, your credit card on file is charged with your fare.

UBER is a reliable, one-tap-to-ride service. Uber uses your phone’s GPS to track your location so available drivers can find you, even if you don’t know the address. You can choose from five different car choices, all at different price points and passenger capacity. You won’t need cash with Uber because your fare is automatically charged to a credit card on file—no tip needed, and you get a receipt via email.

LYFT LYFT is a ride-share app that matches you with a friendly, backgroundchecked driver close-by your location. While you wait, track your driver’s arrival time and check out his or her photo to see who you’ll be riding with. Once you’ve arrived to your destination, pay and tip your driver through the app, no cash needed! With Lyft, you can ride solo or with up to three friends or try Lyft Plus for up to six passengers.

PARKING TIPS:

TIPS FOR BICYCLING:

If parking in the city, look for multispace 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.

With 42-miles of bike lanes in 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, dubbed the THREE RIVERS HERITAGE TRAIL, a citywide trail that has segments on both banks of Pittsburgh's three rivers—and you have easy access to city neighborhoods.

Street meter hours vary, so check the pay kiosks for enforcement hours. STREET PARKING IS FREE on Sundays and after 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, Downtown. 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. Pay by Visa or Mastercard. Check availability of Downtown parking garages by downloading the PARKPGH app. This iPhone app is also available on the web and can be used via text or by calling in. It provides real-time parking availability for 22 parking garages located Downtown and on the North Shore. Visitors are able to reserve a parking space after filling out an online form through the PITTSBURGH DOWNTOWN PARTNERSHIP’S website. Parking spaces can be reserved Monday through Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Hop on one of the HEALTHY RIDE bikes—there are more than 500 of them available at 50 stations, strategically placed throughout the city. To expedite your ride, register in advance at healthyridepgh.org. Or, download the mobile app (nextbike), or sign up at the station kiosk or by calling customer service at (412) 535-5189. GOLDEN TRIANGLE BIKE is another great place to go for Pittsburgh bike rentals, equipment, gear, bike service and tours. Guided and self-guided tour options with awesome bikes and worldclass trails promise an experience that you’ll never forget. Whether you are taking a loop through the South Side or a multi-day journey to Washington, D.C., Golden Triangle Bike Rentals & GREAT ALLEGHENY PASSAGE Outfitters have you covered. While advanced reservations aren’t necessary, they are recommended—a discounted full-day rate is a nice reservation perk, too!

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E N T E R TA I N M E N T V E N U E S & DISTRICTS

BEER, WINE AND SPIRITS

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Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar, Inc. 412-260-6968 • arsenalciderhouse.com • 300 39th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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!).

Grist House Craft Brewery 412-447-1442 • gristhouse.com • 10 Sherman St. • Millvale, PA 15209

A family-owned and operated local craft brewery producing a wide range of beers, from IPAs to Belgians and Sours. Visit our Taproom for a pint.

W-F: 5 p.m.-10 p.m., S: 2 p.m.-10 p.m., Su: 2 p.m.-8 p.m.

Maggie's Farm Distilling 412-709-6480 • maggiesfarmrum.com • 3212A Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Maggie's Farm is a craft distillery producing America's most awarded rum since our inception. We provide tastings and bottle sales and on Fri/Sat/Sun feature craft cocktails.

Bottle Sales: M-Th: 11 a.m.-7 p.m., F-S: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Su: 12 p.m.-4 p.m., Cocktails Hours: F: 4 p.m.-10 p.m. S: 12 p.m.-10 p.m.

Narcisi Winery 724-444-4744 • narcisiwinery.com • 4578 Gibsonia Rd. • Gibsonia, PA 15044

Family-owned and operated state-of-the-art winery and restaurant, producing high-quality wines from locally grown grapes. Wine and fare are inspired by a rich Italian heritage.

W-Th: 11 a.m.-9 p.m., F-S: 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Su: 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

Pennsylvania Libations 412-918-1208 • pennsylvanialibations.com • 2103 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

A collaboration of 10+ Pennsylvania distilleries all in one location in the heart of the Strip District. You can sample anything in the store before you buy.

M-F: 11-5; S-Su: 9-5

Pittsburgh Winery 412-566-1000 • pittsburghwinery.com • 2815 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

W-S: 12 p.m.-7 p.m., Su: 12 p.m.-5 p.m.

R Wine Cellar 412-562-9463 • rwinecellar.com • 2014 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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, Pennsylvania.

M-T: 11-5; W: 10-6; Th-F: 10-7; S: 9-6; Su: 11-5

Wigle Whiskey 412-224-2827 • wiglewhiskey.com • 2401 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Tour our distillery for an entertaining history of the Whiskey Rebellion, and learn how we turn organic, local grain into award winning whiskey, gin, rum and other whimsical spirits.

M-F: 4 p.m.-7 p.m., S-Su: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

$20/tour

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Benedum Center for the Performing Arts 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • 7th St. at Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

Box office: Performance days only two hours before curtain

Bloomfield – Garfield Corporation 412-441-6950 • pennavenue.org • 5149 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15224

The Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation (BGC) exists to improve the quality of life for all in Garfield and surrounding neighborhoods through active community engagement, education, employment programs and arts initiatives.

Borough of Carnegie 412-276-1414 x1200 • carnegieborough.com • One Veterans Way • Carnegie, PA 15106

Exciting nightlife of theater, music, diverse shops and top restaurants. A town where the people are friendly, but at times a little quirky, all centered on what the Washington Post called, A picture perfect Main Street... A walkable main street with classic architecture.

Byham Theater 412-456-6666 (box office) • trustarts.org • 101 Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 152222

This intimate, rococo-appointed theater seats an audience of 1,302 and hosts events for smaller and mid-size performing arts groups. Tours and private rentals available. Owned and operated by The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

Box 0ffice: (655 Penn Ave.) M-S: 9-9, Su: 12-6

Cabaret at Theater Square 412-456-6666 (box office) • 412-325-6766 • trustarts.org • 655 Penn Ave. • (between Sixth & Seventh Streets) • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Located in downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District and features musical theater productions, late-night entertainment, live music, plus great food and a full bar all year-round. Project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

T-Th: 5-12, F: 5-1, S: 5-2, Su: 12-6

East Liberty Quarter Chamber of Commerce 412-661-9660 • eastlibertychamber.org • 5907 Penn Ave. • Ste. 314 • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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.

Gateway Clipper Fleet 412-355-7980 • gatewayclipper.com • 350 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

With the picturesque skyline as the backdrop, an event aboard the Gateway Clipper riverboat will transform an ordinary event into an extraordinary occasion. Featuring customized menus, itineraries and entertainment.

Times vary based on cruise schedule

Heinz Hall 800-743-8560 • 412-392-4900 • pittsburghsymphony.org • 600 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

An elegantly restored concert hall that is home to the Pittsburgh Symphony, Broadway, popular events and major corporate meetings. In-house catering.

Box Office: M-F: 9-8 S: 12-4

Howl at the Moon 412-586-5692 • howlatthemoon.com/pittsburgh • 125 7th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

W-F: 5-close, S: 6-close

Lawrenceville Corporation 412-621-1616 x1 • lvpgh.com • The Ice House • 100 43rd St. • Ste. 106 • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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 • mwcdc.org • 301 Shiloh St. • Pittsburgh • PA 15211

A non-profit community development corporation serving the neighborhoods of Mount Washington and Duquesne Heights featuring one of America's most stunning views (USA Today) and Emerald View Park, Pittsburgh's newest regional park.

Oakland Business Improvement District 412-683-6243 • onlyinoakland.org • 235 Atwood St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Oakland: A world in a neighborhood. Pittsburgh's university town is home to prestigious universities, hospitals and over 40 world-class museums, theater, cultural and entertainment destinations. Visit today!

Paint Monkey 412-770-4923 • BeAPaintMonkey.com • 100 43rd St. • Studio 212 • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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.

Painting With A Twist - East Liberty 412-441-7928 • paintingwithatwist.com/pittsburgh-east-liberty • 5807 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Sip your favorite beverage and enjoy step-by-step instructions with our experienced and enthusiastic local artists. You'll have a great time and leave with a one-of-a-kind work of art.

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Pittsburgh Cultural Trust/Trust Presents 412-471-6070 • trustarts.org • 803 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

A nonprofit organization created to stimulate the economic and cultural development of the Pittsburgh Cultural District. The Trust encourages and presents diverse performing and visual arts programs at seven venues it owns and operates in the Cultural District.

Office Hours: M-F, 8-5

PPG Paints Arena 412-642-1800 • ppgpaintsarena.com • 1001 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

The regional host to over 150 events per year, including the City Game (college basketball), Three Rivers Classic (college hockey) and other NCAA events.

Hours vary

South Side Chamber of Commerce 412-431-3360 • southsidechamber.org • 1100 East Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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!

M: 11-4, T-F: 11 -7, S: 11-5

SouthSide Works 412-481-8800 • southsideworks.com • 424 S. 27th St. • Ste. 300 • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Thirty-four-acre lifestyle/shopping/dining district located on 27th Street and East Carson Street. With shopping, dining, a digital movie theater, seasonal events and more!

7 days/week: business hours vary

Stage AE 412-229-5483 • promowestlive.com • 400 North Shore Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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.

Box Office: M-F: 2-6 12-9 on event days

Station Square 800-859-8959 • 412-261-2811 • stationsquare.com • 125 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

A historic 52-acre riverfront complex only a five-minute walk from Downtown. Specialty shops, restaurants, entertainment, riverboat cruise line, hotel and sports stadium.

M-S: 10-9, Su: 12- 5 restaurants/attraction hours vary

Theater Square 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • 665 Penn Ave. at 7th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

Box Office: M-S: 9-9 Su: 12-6

Uncover Squirrel Hill 412-339-0523 • uncoversquirrelhill.com • 2242 Murray Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15217

As a historically Jewish neighborhood and the Burgh's new Chinatown, Squirrel Hill promises a wealth of culture. Enjoy shopping, dining and people watching as you stroll along Forbes and Murray Avenues.

Visit Monroeville 800-527-8941 • 412-856-7422 • visitmonroeville.com • 244 Center Rd. • Ste. 303 • Monroeville, PA 15146

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 • 149 West Bridge St. • Homestead, PA 15120

Home to more than 70 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. Our unique open-air shopping environment and beautiful landscaping provides an upscale shopping experience like no other.

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Carnegie Museum of Natural History 412-622-3131 • carnegiemnh.org • 4400 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

The place for kids and adults alike to discover science and the wonders of the natural world.

M, W, F, S: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Th: 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun: 12-5 p.m. T: Closed, Memorial Day-Labor Day open 7 days a week.

$19.95 Members FREE

$14.95 Members FREE

$11.95, under 3 and Members FREE

Carnegie Science Center 412-237-3400 • carnegiesciencecenter.org • One Allegheny Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Explore hundreds of hands-on exhibits! Become a human yo-yo in Highmark SportsWorks, tour a submarine, discover robots and travel through the Miniature Railroad & Village. Plus Rangos Giant Cinema and Buhl planetarium.

M-Su: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

$19.95

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh 412-322-5058 • pittsburghkids.org • 10 Children's Way • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Ink your own silkscreen in the Studio, build and tinker with old and new technologies in MAKESHOP, pump and move water in all directions in Waterplay and more.

M-Su: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

$16

Gateway Clipper Fleet 412-355-7980 • gatewayclipper.com • 350 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Number one attraction for family fun! Join us aboard the one-hour sightseeing cruise (Monday-Friday), onehour sightseeing cruise with pirate show (Saturday-Sunday), Princess, Superhero and Galactic Battle Cruises.

Times vary based on cruise schedule

$12-$25

FUN FORE ALL 724-779-1800 • funforeall.com • 8 Progress Ave. • Cranberry Township, PA 16066

FUN FORE ALL has become the Pittsburgh area's best boat bumping, go-kart racing, baseball hitting, putt-putt golfing, arcade gaming, wall climbing, family fun-ing place to be!

10 a.m.-10 p.m.

Idlewild & SoakZone 724-238-3666 • idlewild.com • 2574 Route 30 • Ligonier, PA 15658

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!

Mid-May-October M-Su: 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m.

Kennywood 412-461-0500 • kennywood.com • 4800 Kennywood Blvd. • West Mifflin, PA 15122

America's finest traditional amusement park and a national historic landmark featuring six roller coasters, 31 rides, games, and food - including world famous Potato Patch fries! Open mid-May to mid-September.

National Aviary 412-323-7235 • aviary.org • 700 Arch St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$11.95 $14

$14 (2-18) under 2 FREE

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Call, under 2 FREE

May-September M-Su: 11 a.m.-approx. 10 p.m.

Check website for pricing

Check website for pricing

Check website for pricing

Discover more than 500 birds from around the world! You can hand-feed birds, meet penguins, hang out with a sloth, observe owls and explore immersive, free-flight habitats!

M-Su: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

$15

$14

$14; under 2 FREE

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium 412-665-3640 • pittsburghzoo.org • One Wild Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

One of only six major zoo and aquarium combinations in the United States and includes a top-10 ranked children's zoo.

Summer: 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Spring/Fall: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Winter: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

$15

$14 (60 +)

$13 (2-13) under 2 FREE

PPG Place - Attractions 412-434-1900 • ppgplace.com • Two PPG Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Pittsburgh's premier office complex. Features restaurants, seasonal outdoor ice skating rink. Wintergarden hosts annual Spirits of Giving Around the World and Gingerbread House displays mid-November-January 7. Adjacent to Market Square.

Hours vary

Sandcastle Waterpark 412-462-6666 • sandcastlewaterpark.com • 1000 Sandcastle Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15120

The best of the shore right next door. Wet, wild, wonderful fun.

June-Labor Day: M-Su: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

$35.99

$21.99 (55+)

$21.99 (48" and under) under 3 FREE

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Craft Beer School 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • Cabaret at Theater Square • 655 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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 412-471-3191 • 412-456-6666 • TrustArts.org/TRAF 803 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh Cultural Trust • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival is a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust featuring world-class, multi-disciplinary performing and visual arts in Pittsburgh's Cultural District and various downtown locations.

June 1-10

FREE

FREE

FREE

Doors Open Pittsburgh, Inc. 412-583-1424 • doorsopenpgh.org

Ever wonder “What’s in that building?” Be sure to check out the 3rd Annual Doors Open Pittsburgh and have the opportunity to explore and experience a collection of iconic buildings.

October 6-7

$10 1-day ticket $15 2-day ticket

$10 1-day ticket $15 2-day ticket

under 18 FREE

Film Pittsburgh 412-426-FILM • FilmPittsburgh.org • 1789 S. Braddock Ave. • Ste. 565 • Pittsburgh, PA 15218

Offers year-round programming for those interested in international and independent films, including three annual film festivals, a teen program for Pittsburgh students, and a short-film competition with significant cash prizes.

Highmark First Night Pittsburgh 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org Events held throughout Pittsburgh's Cultural District • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The region's biggest New Year's Eve celebration. This family-friendly event is a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust; 6 p.m. to midnight, downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District.

Dec. 31: 6 p.m.-12 a.m.

$8 advance $10 at door

$8 advance $10 at door

$8 advance $10 at door, under 5 FREE

Penn's Colony Festival 724-352-9922 • pennscolony.com • 365 Saxonburg Blvd. • PO Box 431 • Saxonburg, PA 16056

Catch Pennsylvania's colonial spirit! Experience Early America with an outdoor village of 185 craftsmen and folk artists with bagpipers, musicians, jugglers, battle re-enactments, living history and true fun for all ages.

September

$8

$6 (60+)

$5, under 7 FREE

Pittsburgh Irish Festival 412-422-1113 • pghirishfest.org • PO Box 81173 • Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Pittsburgh's largest Irish cultural festival, Irish food, music and marketplace. Provides ethnic entertainment, catering and cultural education for special events and conventions.

September, Riverplex at Sandcastle

$12 in advance/ $14 at gate

$8 (60+)

12 and under FREE

Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival 724-872-1670 • pittsburghrenfest.com • 112 Renaissance Lane • West Newton, PA 15089

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.

Aug. 18-Sept. 23 (Weekends and Labor Day): 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

$18.95

$17.95

$9 (5-12); under 5 FREE

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week/Pittsburgh TasteBuds Ltd. 412-586-4727 • pittsburghtastebuds.com

The Pittsburgh TasteBuds are dedicated to discovering and promoting the best of the Pittsburgh dining landscape through the production of their signature wine dinners, Pittsburgh Restaurant Week and blog reviews.

Winter: January 15-21 Summer: August 13-19

Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix 412-559-3500 • pvgp.org • 1000 Gamma Dr. • Ste. 106 • Pittsburgh, PA 15238

A 10-day festival of motorsport events culminating with the Annual Vintage Races and Car Show at Schenley Park on the third weekend of July. Free to spectators.

July 14-15

FREE

FREE

FREE

Pittsburgh Wine Festival 412-281-2681 • pittsburghwinefestival.com • 20 Stanwix St. • 9th Floor • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

One of the top 10 wine events in the U.S.A. Taste hundreds of fine wines from 20 countries with food pairings. Learn what good taste is about.

May, Heinz Field

$125-$250

$125-$250

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The ScareHouse 412-781-5885 • scarehouse.com • 118 Locust St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15223

Pittsburgh's Ultimate Haunted House is regularly ranked as one of America's Scariest Halloween Attractions by ABC News, Travel Channel and USA TODAY. Open select dates from mid September through Halloween.

Select dates from mid-September through Halloween

Check website for pricing

Check website for pricing

No one under 7 admitted, may be too intense for children under 13

Wednesday Wine Flights 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • 655 Penn Ave. • Cabaret at Theater Square • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

On select Wednesday nights, discuss and enjoy wines thoughtfully paired with light fare. This event is a program of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

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Braddock's Battlefield History Center 412-651-1793 • braddocksbattlefield.com • 609 Sixth St. • North Braddock, PA 15104

Battlefield museum dedicated to Braddock's defeat in the French and Indian war. Features 250 artifacts, more than 250 maps and works of art and video presentation. Guided and self-guided tours.

T, W, S, Su: 12-4 Closed: Jan.-Feb.

$5

$5

$3 (7-15) 6 and under FREE

Bushy Run Battlefield 724-527-5584 • bushyrunbattlefield.com • 1253 Bushy Run Rd. • Jeannette, PA 15644

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.

Open year round W-Su, 9-5

$5, 12 and older

$4.50, 65 and older $3, 3-11

Duquesne Incline 412-381-1665 • duquesneincline.org • 1197 W. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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.

M-S: 5:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m. Su & Holidays: 7 a.m.-12:30 a.m.

$5 Round Trip

65 & over FREE with Pa. ID or Medicare Card

$2.50 (6-11) Round Trip under 5 FREE

Flight 93 National Memorial 814-893-6322 • flight93friends.org • 6424 Lincoln Highway • Stoystown, PA 15563

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.

Summer: May-October 9-7 last entry at 6:30; Winter: Nov-April: 9-5, last entry at 4:30

FREE

FREE

FREE

Fort Ligonier 724-238-9701 • fortligonier.org • 200 South Market St. • Ligonier, PA 15658

Siege The Day and experience the historic site that made Pittsburgh possible! 1758-1766 British Fort and Museum with six interactive new exhibits including George Washington’s national treasures. Special events year-round.

Jan- Mar: F-S: 9:30-4, Su: 11-4 April 2 – Nov 25, daily except Thanksgiving: M–S: 9:30- 5, Th- F (June-Aug) 9:30- 7:00, Su: 11-5

$10

$8

$6 (6-16) under 5 FREE

Fort Pitt Block House 412-471-1764 • fortpittblockhouse.com • 601 Commonwealth Place • Bldg. C • Point State Park • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The Fort Pitt Block House, built in 1764, is Pittsburgh's oldest historic landmark and the only surviving structure of Fort Pitt. The site offers a unique opportunity to experience history through exhibits and guided tours.

April-Oct, W-Su: 10:30-4:30 Nov-Mar, F-Su: 10:30-4:30

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Fort Pitt Museum 412-281-9284 • heinzhistorycenter.org • 600 Commonwealth Place • Building B • Point State Park • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Located in historic Point State Park, tells the story of Western Pennsylvania's pivotal role during the French Indian War, the American Revolution and as the birthplace of Pittsburgh.

M-Su: 10-5

$7; Active/Retired Military $4

$6; Active/Retired Military $4

6-17: $3.50 under 5 FREE

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater 724-329-8501 • fallingwater.org • Route 381 South • 1491 Mill Run Rd. • Mill Run, PA 15464

One of 12 landmarks that will change the way you see the world. Open for tours daily except Wednesday, mid-March through November. Reservations or advance tickets essential.

Open daily, except W: 10-4

$30

$30

$18 (6-12)

Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob 724-329-1901 • kentuckknob.com • 723 Kentuck Rd. • PO Box 305 • Chalk Hill, PA 15421

Guided tours of a mountain estate designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Contemporary sculpture and historical artifacts enhance the beautiful woodland setting.

M, T, Th-Su: 9-6, W: 12-6

$25

$25

$18 (6-18)

Harmony Museum/Historic Harmony 724-452-7341 • harmonymuseum.org • PO Box 524 • 218 Mercer St. • Harmony, PA 16037

Tour buildings in 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.

T-Su, 1-4

$7

$6

$3 (6-17) Under 6 FREE

Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village 724-587-3412 • heinzhistorycenter.org/meadowcroft • 401 Meadowcroft Rd. • Avella, PA 15312

Discover 16,000 years, all in one day! Explore the prehistoric Meadowcroft Rockshelter National Historic Landmark; the 16th century Indian village; 18th-century frontier trading post and 19th century rural village.

Mem-Lab Day: M-T: Closed, W-S: 12-5 Su: 1-5, May, Sept, Oct, S: 12-5, Su: 1-5

$12

$11

$6

Monongahela Incline 412-442-2000 • PortAuthority.org • Port Authority of Allegheny County • 8 Grandview Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

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.

M-S: 5:30 a.m.-12:45 a.m. Su & Holidays: 7:45 a.m.-12 a.m.

$2.50 one way

FREE (65+)

$1.25 (6-11)

Nationality Rooms 412-624-6001 • 412-624-6000 • nationalityrooms.pitt.edu 157 Cathedral of Learning • University of Pittsburgh • Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Thirty Nationality Rooms depict Pittsburgh's ethnic heritages -- European, Asian, Middle Eastern and African —­through authentic examples of architecture and décor. Guided and self guided tours, gifts and publications are available.

M-S: 9-2:30, Su: 11-2:30

$4

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum 724-228-9256 • patrolley.org • 1 Museum Rd. • Washington, PA 15301

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!

April-May, Sept-Mid Dec., S-Su: 10-4 June-August, M-F:, S-Su: 10-4

$10

$9, (62+)

$7 (3-15) under 2 FREE

Rachel Carson Homestead 724-274-5459 • rachelcarsonhomestead.org • 613 Marion Ave. • Springdale, PA 15144

National historic site birthplace of Rachel Carson, environmentalist and best-selling author of Silent Spring. 1840's four-room farmhouse, springhouse, walking trails. Visit website for hours and to book special events.

April-November: Saturdays 10-2

$10

$10

$3

Rivers of Steel 412-464-4020 • riversofsteel.com • 623 East 8th Ave. • The Bost Building • Homestead, PA 15120

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.

Call to set up a visit

$3 call for details

Senator John Heinz History Center 412-454-6000 • heinzhistorycenter.org • 1212 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the History Center features the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, and is the largest history museum in Pennsylvania.

M-Su, 10-5

$16 ($6.50 students)

$14

$6.50 for ages 6-17; 5 and under FREE

Smithfield United Church of Christ 412-281-1811 • smithfieldchurch.org • 620 Smithfield St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Everyone is welcome at Smithfield United Church of Christ. The sanctuary is open for meditation and prayer.

(Services) W: 12:10, Su: 11 (Hours) M-F: 9-3

FREE

FREE

FREE

Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka 412-407-2570 • vankamurals.org • 24 Maryland Ave. • c/o St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church • Pittsburgh, PA 15209

SPMMMV provides docent-led (public) tours and leads fundraising efforts to restore and maintain the famous murals of Croatian artist Maxo Vanka that cover the interior walls of St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church in Millvale.

Tours: S-Su: 1-4 or call for appt.

FREE donations welcome

FREE donations welcome

FREE donations welcome

Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum 412-621-4253 • soldiersandsailorshall.org • 4141 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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.

M-S: 10-4

$8

$5

$5 (5-13 & students) under 5 FREE

Theatre Historical Society of America 877-242-9637 • 412-528-1801 • historictheatres.org • 1221 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Celebrates documents and promotes the architectural, cultural and social relevance of America's historic theatres. THS publishes Marquee Magazine and holds archival collections documenting 18,000 theatres.

Westmoreland Heritage 724-972-7396 • 724-532-1936 • westmorelandheritage.org • 362 Sand Hill Rd. • Ste. 1 • Greensburg, PA 15601

Connect with Westmoreland Heritage and discover the rich history and culture of Westmoreland County. From the French and Indian War to the coal and coke industry, visit our extraordinary county!

Visit website

Woodville Plantation 412-221-0348 • woodvilleplantation.org • 1375 Washington Pike • Bridgeville, PA 15017

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.

Grounds: W-S, 10-6 House: Su: 1-4 March-December

$2 (6-18)

$1 (under 14) call for details

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Breakout Games North Pittsburgh 412-695-4010 • breakoutgames.com/pittsburgh • 8035 McKnight Rd. • Ste. G5 • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Breakout is a real life escape room with different rooms that follow unique story lines. You will have 60 minutes to escape by cracking codes, solving puzzles and following clues.

Visit website

Enter The Imaginarium 412-828-6463 • entertheimaginariumpgh.com • 32 Alpha Drive West • Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Defies you to unlock worlds within worlds. Race against the clock to locate its creator or risk being trapped inside — forever. Part escape room, part immersive experience.

Visit website

The Great Escape Room Pittsburgh 412-467-6785 • thegreatescaperoom.com • 428 Forbes Ave. • Ste. 001 • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Join Sherlock and Moriarty as you attempt a great escape challenge! Compete against your friends or test your wits with a selective group or private event. Can you escape?

Visit website

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Arcade Comedy Theater 412-339-0608 • arcadecomedytheater.com • 811 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh , PA 15222

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.

F-S: 7-12, Su: 7-10

$5-$20

$5-$20

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BNY Mellon Presents JazzLive 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • Theater Square • 655 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Every Tuesday evening from 5-11pm, the region's finest jazz musicians perform free at the Cabaret and Backstage Bar at Theater Square. This event and venue are projects of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

T: 5-11

FREE

FREE

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Bricolage Production Company 412-471-0999 • bricolagepgh.org • 937 Liberty Ave. • 1st Fl. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

An intimate theater nestled in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh. Their mission is to immerse artists audiences in adventurous theatrical experiences that foster connections and alter perceptions.

Hours based on performance schedule

Varies

Varies

Varies

Citizens Bank Children's Theater Series 412-456-6666 • TrustArts.org/Kids • 655 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Citizens Bank Children's Theater Series features six professional performances from around the world, running from October-May. Most shows premiere at the Byham Theater then travel throughout the region.

Box Office M-F: 9-5 Festival: May 17-20

$9.50 advance $11 at door

$9.50 advance $11 at door

$9.50 advance $11 at door

City of Asylum 412-323-0278 • cityofasylum.org • 40 W. North Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

City of Asylum creates a thriving community for writers, readers and neighbors. Its cultural center, Alphabet City, features cultural events, a unique restaurant, and a bookstore showcasing literature in translation.

Visit website

City Theatre Company 412-431-2489 • citytheatrecompany.org • 1300 Bingham St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

City Theatre is the place to experience fresh new plays, written and created by world-class artists, in an intimate atmosphere.

Box Office: M-F: 10-5 S-Su: 2 hrs. before curtain

Starting at $37.50

$22/beginning two hours before curtain

Students and under 30 years old: $15

Kelly Strayhorn Theater 412-363-3000 • kelly-strayhorn.org • 5941 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

The Kelly Strayhorn Theater, a neighborhood performing arts center, is a favorite venue for artists and audiences who enjoy affordable, contemporary dance, music, theater interactive family entertainment. Rental Space available.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Varies

Varies

Varies

The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh 412-926-2488 • themendelssohn.org • Heinz Hall • 600 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Varies

Varies

Varies

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre 412-281-0360 • pbt.org • 2900 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Starting at $28

50% off 1 HR prior with valid ID

N/A

Pittsburgh Banjo Club 412-364-4739 • thepittsburghbanjoclub.com • PO Box 101025 • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Every Wednesday evening from 8-11 p.m. at the Allegheny Elks Lodge on the North Side. The mood is lively, the crowd sings along and the entry at the door is free. Age 21 or over unless with parent or guardian.

W: 8-11

FREE

FREE

FREE

Pittsburgh CLO 412-456-6666 • pittsburghclo.org • The Benedum Center and CLO Cabaret • 719 Liberty Ave. • 6th Floor • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Features a six-show Broadway Summer Season, year-long entertainment at the CLO Cabaret at Theater Square and seasonal performances of A Musical Christmas Carol, at the historic Byham Theater.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

$10-$66

$10-$66

$10-$66 1/2 price for select shows

Pittsburgh Dance Council 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • c/o Byham Theater • 101 Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Pittsburgh Dance Council 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.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Pittsburgh Festival Opera 412-326-9687 • pittsburghfestivalopera.org Winchester Thurston School — Falk Auditorium • 555 Morewood Avenue at Ellsworth • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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.

Summerfest: July

Starting at $20

Starting at $20

Starting at $5 or $20

Pittsburgh Opera 412-281-0912 • pittsburghopera.org • 2425 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Pittsburgh Opera, America's eighth-oldest opera company, presents both classic and contemporary opera with international stars and award-winning artistry. All performances have English supertitles. Tickets start at just $12.

M-F: 9-5

$16-$140

Pittsburgh Public Theater 412-316-1600 • ppt.org • 621 Penn Ave. • O'Reilly Theater • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Nationally recognized professional theater. Seven productions per season, including contemporary drama, comedy, musicals, world classics and premieres of new works.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Starting at $25

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 800-743-8560 • 412-392-4900 • pittsburghsymphony.org • Heinz Hall • 600 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

World-class orchestra in a premier Cultural District theater. Performances include classical, pops, Broadway, entertainers and children's performances. Reception/meeting space available.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Varies

Varies

Varies

PNC Broadway Across America - Pittsburgh 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • Benedum Center for the Performing Arts • 7th St. at Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Varies

Varies

Varies

Point Park University's Pittsburgh Playhouse 412-392-8000 • pittsburghplayhouse.com • 222 Craft Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

The performing arts center of Point Park University and the Conservatory of Performing Arts. The three-theater venue is home to The REP, the professional theatre company and three student companies - Conservatory Theatre Company, Conservatory Dance Company and Playhouse Jr.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Quantum Theatre 412-362-1713 • quantumtheatre.com

Quantum Theatre brings original works, contemporary plays, or updated classics intimately close in settings like parks, abandoned mills, grand museums or empty swimming pools. Quantum Theatre: theater that moves you.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

$38-$58 Student: $18

$38-$58

N/A

The Tamburitzans 412-396-5185 • thetamburitzans.org • 1801 Blvd. of the Allies • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

The Tamburitzans performing ensemble delivers international cultural heritage through music, song and dance. They offer an exciting, high-energy folk tradition brought to life on stage by young exceptionally talented artists.

Hours vary based on performance schedule

Trust Arts Education Center 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • 805-807 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's home for arts education activities. The center is also utilized as a performing/visual arts space.

University of Pittsburgh Repertory Theatre and Stephen Foster Memorial 412-624-7529 • play.pitt.edu • 4200 Fifth Ave. • 1617 Cathedral of Learning • Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Home to the Stephen Foster Museum (a collection of 19th century music honoring the Pittsburgh-born composer) and performances by the University of Pittsburgh's Theatre Arts Department.

$22

$19

$12 (Student)

M-F: 9-4

$15.75 (Student or 26 and younger)


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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.

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Boyce Park 724-327-0338 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 675 Old Frankstown Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15239

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.

Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours

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Deer Lakes Park 724-265-3520 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 1090 Baileys Run Rd. • Tarentum, PA 15084

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 and hiking jogging trails.

Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours

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Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Harrison Hills Park 724-295-3570 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 5200 Freeport Rd. • Natrona Heights, PA 15065

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.

Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours

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Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Hartwood Acres Park 412-767-9200 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 200 Hartwood Acres • Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Encompasses 629-acres in Hampton and Indiana townships. Features free concerts Sunday evenings, June-August. Amenities include mansion tours, teas, off-leash area, and cross-country skiing, walking, hiking and bridle trails.

Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

North Park 724-935-1766 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • Pearce Mill Rd. • Allison Park, PA 15101

Encompasses 3,075-acres in Hampton, McCandless and Pine. Features 65-acre lake with fishing and kayaking. Amenities include golf course, pool, ice rink, ballfields, nature center, shelters, off-leash areas and trails.

Park opens daily, Dawn - Midnight. Call or visit website for venue hours

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Round Hill Park 412-384-4701 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 651 Round Hill Rd. • Elizabeth, PA 15037

Encompasses 1,101-acres in Elizabeth Township. Features exhibition farm with animals that is open every day of year. Amenities include soccer fields, shelters, spray park, and walking and bridle trails.

Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Settlers Cabin Park 412-787-2750 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 1225 Greer Rd. • Oakdale, PA 15071

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.

Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

South Park 412-835-4810 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • Buffalo Dr. • South Park, PA 15129

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.

Park opens daily, Dawn-Midnight. Call or visit website for venue hours

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

White Oak Park 412-678-3774 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 3 Muse Lane • White Oak, PA 15131

Encompasses 810-acres in White Oak. Features include multi-purpose athletic field, shelters, wedding garden, playgrounds, off-leash area, bocce courts, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and walking and hiking trails.

Park opens daily, 8 a.m.-Sunset. Call or visit website for venue hours

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Call or visit website

Bike Pittsburgh 412-325-4334 • bikepgh.org • 188 43rd St. • #1 • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Bike Pittsburgh is transforming our streets and communities into vibrant, healthy places by making them safe and accessible for everyone to bike and walk.

Office Hours: M-F: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Varies

Varies

Varies

Boat Pittsburgh 412-323-2628 • boat-pgh.com • James Sharp Landing • Sharpsburg (Allegheny River MM 5.9)

Rent a pontoon boat! Boat Pittsburgh offers 22' luxury boats that seat up to eight adults. This unique attraction is located in Sharpsburg and open daily from May through October.

May through October

Edgewood Country Club 412-823-7300 • eccgolf.com • 100 Churchill Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15235

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!

Office Hours: M-F: 9-5

Call for details

Call for details

Call for details

Go Ape Treetop Adventures 800-971-8271 • goape.com • 303 Pearce Mill Rd. • Allison Park, PA 15101

So much more than a single zip line canopy tour, the Go Ape North Park is a fully-immersive outdoor experience providing an exciting adventure for youth, families and corporate events.

Call or visit website

$58

$58

$38 (10-15)

Golden Triangle Bike 412-600-0675 • bikepittsburgh.com • 600 1st Ave. (on the Eliza Furnace Trail — Part of the Great Allegheny Passage) • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Explore Pittsburgh on a bike! Take a ride on the 24-miles of scenic, riverfront trail and enjoy the sights. Bike rentals, self-guided and guided tours!

Seasonal hours, call or visit website

$8/hour $30/day

n/a

$5/day $20/day

Great Allegheny Passage gaptrail.org • 25045 Three Rivers Heritage Trail • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

A scenic, non-motorized, nearly-flat footpath and bicycle trail connecting Pittsburgh and Cumberland, MD., via spectacular bridges/tunnels and through lovely trailside towns. Connects to the C&O Canal Towpath to Washington, D.C.

Dawn - Dusk

FREE

FREE

FREE

Healthy Ride Bike Share 412-535-5189 • healthyridepgh.com • 3328 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

With 50 stations and 500 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.

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Laurel Highlands River Tours 724-329-8531 • 800-472-3846 • laurelhighlands.com • PO Box 107 • 4 Sherman St. • Ohiopyle, PA 15470

Family float trips to advanced whitewater. Fully-guided and guide-escorted tours. Bike rentals, rock climbing and zip-line. Camping, lodging and group packages.

In Season: 8-8 Off Season: 8-4

Call for Details

Call for Details

Call for Details

Montour Trail 412-257-3011 • montourtrail.org • 304 Hickman St. • Ste. 3 • Bridgeville, PA 15017

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 • 306 Chase Dr. • Tarentum, PA 15084

No Offseason Sports hosts 9U-15U tournaments April-October. This complex offers nine turf infields, freshly made-toorder concessions and indoor bathroom facilities making your youth baseball experience truly unique!

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Olde Stonewall Golf Club 724-752-4653 • oldestonewall.com • 1495 Mercer Rd. • Ellwood City, PA 16117

Nationally recognized public golf course. Since opening in 1999, has been rated by Golfweek and Golf Digest as the State's No. 1 Public Course. Listed among Golf Digest's America's Top 100 Greatest Public Courses, No. 50 in 2008.

Weather permitting March-November

Call for details

Call for details

Call for details

Pittsburgh International Race Complex 724-535-1000 • pittrace.com • 201 Penndale Rd. • Wampum, PA 16157

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.

May-October, Office: 8-5

Karting: $22.50 per session, 3 pack $60.75 Racing: Varies

Pittsburgh Penguins 800-642-7367 • 412-642-7367 • pittsburghpenguins.com • PPG Paints Arena • 1001 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

National Hockey League, PPG Paints Arena. For season, group and individual ticket information, call 412-642-PENS.

Office: 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Varies

Varies

Some youth discounts

Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park 800-BUY-BUCS • 412-323-5000 • pirates.com • PNC Park at the North Shore • 115 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Major League Baseball at PNC Park. For season tickets, group packages and individual tickets, call 1-800-BUY-BUCS or visit pirates.com.

April-September weekday/ weekend games

$12-$68

$12-$68

$7-$68

Allegheny County Parks Department 412-350-2455 • 412-350-7275 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 542 Forbes Ave. • Room 211 • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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Pittsburgh Steelers 800-TEAM-TUF • 412-697-7700 • steelers.com • 100 Art Rooney Ave. • Heinz Field • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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.

September-December

Varies

Printscape Arena at Southpointe 724-745-6666 • iceoplexatsouthpointe.com • 114 Southpointe Blvd. • Canonsburg, PA 15317

Printscape Arena at Southpointe, a multi-purpose sports facility hosts a wide range of sports programs, leagues and special events year round.

Su-S: 5:30 a.m.-11 p.m.

Quicksilver Golf Club 724-796-1594 • quicksilvergolf.com • PO Box 595 • 2000 Quicksilver Rd. • Midway, PA 15060

Play the course the pros play! Nationally recognized championship course has hosted Senior PGA Tour and Nike Tour events.

March-November, Dawn - Dusk

Call for details

The Battlegrounds 412-530-2192 • thebattlegroundspa.com • 530 E. 8th Ave. • Munhall, PA 15120

The Battlegrounds is Pittsburgh's largest indoor airsoft arena. With themes from castles to city streets, there's active fun for anyone who goes to The Battlegrounds.

W: 5-10, F: 5-11, S: 11-10, Su: 11-8

Three Rivers Rowing Association 412-231-8772 • threeriversrowing.org • 300 Waterfront Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Offers rowing and dragon boating to individuals, schools and organizations. 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.

3 hr $20 5 hr $25 All Day $30

M-F: 5:30-9 S-Su: 6:30-2:30

Venture Outdoors 412-255-0564 • ventureoutdoors.org • 33 Terminal Way • 537A • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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.

May-October (times/days vary by season)

White Water Adventurers Inc. 800-992-7238 • 724-329-8850 • wwaraft.com • PO Box 31 • 6 Negley St. • Ohiopyle, PA 15470

Rafting trips on the Lower, Middle and Upper Youghiogheny Rivers. Family trips to adventurous whitewater. Rafting and lodging discounts. Come play!

M-S: 8-10

Call for Details

SENIOR ADM.

CHILD ADM.

Call for details

Call for details

Call for Details

Call for Details

ADULT ADM.

SENIOR ADM.

CHILD ADM.

$19

$19

$19

Light Up Night-Early January: 24 hours

FREE

FREE

FREE

City Brew Tours Pittsburgh is 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.

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$99

$99

N/A

First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh 412-471-3436 • fpcp.org • 320 Sixth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Founded in 1773, First Presbyterian, a Downtown historic landmark, hosts a regional faith community, welcoming visitors from around the world into its Modified English Gothic building with Tiffany windows.

Hours vary

FREE

FREE

FREE

Gateway Clipper Fleet 412-355-7980 • gatewayclipper.com • 350 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Enjoy a one-hour tour while our Captain and Narrator relay interesting facts, tales and river lore that make Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania so special!

Times vary based on cruise schedule

$20-$25

Hartwood Acres Mansion 412-767-9200 • alleghenycounty.us/parks • 200 Hartwood Acres • Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Scenic 629-acre Allegheny County park and magnificent 16th-Century-style Tudor mansion. Daily mansion tours. Reservations recommended.

Su: 12-4 M-S: 10-3

$6

$4

$2

Heinz Field Tours 412-697-7150 x5 • tours@steelers.nfl.com • 900 Art Rooney Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

The ultimate football experience is Heinz Field! The up-close-and-personal tour gives you an inside look at its beautiful multi-purpose facilities and exhibits!

Visit web for tour schedules

$8 (18-55)

$7

$7 (5-17) under 4 FREE

Just Ducky Tours 412-402-3825, justduckytours.com, 125 W. Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Pittsburgh's only LAND and WATER tour travels through town and then splashes in the river for the ride of your life in an authentic WWII amphibious vehicle!

Visit website

$25 (13+)

Lenzner Tour and Travel 800-342-2349 • 412-741-2720 • coachride.com • 110 Lenzner Court • Sewickley, PA 15143

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.

M-S: April 1 - Oct. 31

$25-$40

PA Brew Tours 412-323-4709 • pabrewtours.com • 1825 Liverpool St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Take your group on a PA Brew Tour and enjoy a celebratory mix of craft breweries, distilleries and wineries! Includes samples and behind-the-scene tours! Great for private parties and celebrations!

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Passport to Pittsburgh, LLC. 412-298-0409 • passporttopittsburgh.com (charter service only)

Experience a personal, customized tour of Pittsburgh as you discover hidden gems of the city and hear the unique stories behind them. Our "Tourism Trifecta" guarantees: Knowledge, Experience and Fun!

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Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation 412-471-5808 x527 • phlf.org • 100 W. Station Square Dr. • Ste. 450 • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Offers "Downtown Best" architectural walking tour and neighborhood tours for groups of 10 or more plus Free Friday downtown walking tours for everyone. Reservations in advance.

Varies

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HOURS

A Perfectly Pittsburgh Tour 800-433-2658 • 412-461-9125 • deboltunlimited.com • 318 E. Eighth Ave. • Homestead, PA 15120

Pittsburgh's best tour guide! Five stars from TripAdvisor. Chosen by Prince Charles, The White House, Fortune 500 companies and families and individuals from all over the world.

Call for reservations

Allegany County, Maryland Tourism 800-425-2067 • 301-777-5138 • mdmountainside.com • 13 Canal St. • Cumberland, MD 21502

A destination management group marketing our services/assets while assisting tourists and conference/convention planners with plans to visit Allegany County, MD.

M-Su: 9-5

Bike the Burgh Tours 412-246-9494 • 412-515-4545 • biketheburgh.com • 1049 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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!

M-Su: 10-8

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: Strip District, Bloomfield, Lawrenceville, North Side, South Side and Brookline.

Call for reservations

Christian Leaders Fellowship — The Pittsburgh Creche 412-456-3021 • diopitt.org

World's only replica of the Vatican Creche, at U.S. Steel Plaza. Light Up Night through Epiphany. Sponsored by Christian Leaders Fellowship.

City Brew Tours Pittsburgh 888-623-8687 • 412-419-2337 • citybrewtours.com/pittsburgh • 112 Washington Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$10-$15

$15 (3-12) $5 (under 2) $23-$38

$10-$16 N/A


SENIOR ADM.

CHILD ADM.

$10

$8 (55+)

$8 (6-14), 5 and under FREE

M-Su: 9-9

$33-57 for 2 hrs.

$33-57 for 2 hrs.

$33-57 for 2 hrs.

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!

Visit website we tour everyday

$20

$20

$17 (3-13)

A time-honored tradition of hand-crafted elegance for 93 years, Wendell August makes heirloom-quality metal giftware, home accessories and jewelry to celebrate life's special moments.

M-S: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Su: 12-5 p.m. Extended hours during the holiday season

HOURS

Pittsburgh Party Pedaler 412-228-7476 • pittsburghpartypedaler.com • 2524 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (charter service only)

Charter a 16-passenger Dutch-made bike to get light exercise and fresh air while touring interesting parts of Pittsburgh! Groups of 8-16 adults welcome. Join the fun!

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Pittsburgh Running Tours 412-256-8640 • pittsburghrunningtours.com

Get your run in and learn about Pittsburgh! Our guides will take you on a run and show you some sights around the city.

Visit website

Pittsburgh Tours & More 412-323-4709 • pghtoursandmore.net • 1825 Liverpool St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Group Tours that spotlight the best of Pittsburgh! Sample themes: City Neighborhoods, Breweries, Eateries and more. Includes transportation, guides, samplings and behind-the-scenes tours.

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PNC Park Tours 412-325-4700 • pirates.com • 115 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

The Pittsburgh Pirates provide a one-of-a-kind tour of the “Best Ballpark in America” giving guests a broad view of the 38,000-seat facility with its classic view of the city’s picturesque skyline.

April – September Call for more information

Rush Hour Boat Charters 412-855-7874 • rushhourboatcharters.com • 125 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

We have six-passenger cruises on a 34-foot Maxum Yacht. Available for private: sightseeing, day/night cruises, business outings, bachelorette parties, engagements, birthdays, sailgating, ball games, etc.

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Segway Pittsburgh 412-515-3333 • segwaypittsburgh.com • 125 West Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Historical, guided Segway PT Tours of downtown Pittsburgh, departing from Station Square.

Walk the Burgh Tours 412-246-9494 • walktheburgh.com • 1049 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Wendell August Forge 800-923-4438 • 724-748-9500 • wendellaugust.com • 2074 Leesburg-Grove City Rd. • Grove City, PA 16137

HOURS

ADULT ADM.

SENIOR ADM.

CHILD ADM.

707 & 709 Penn Gallery 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • 707 Penn Ave. (near Seventh St.) • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Exhibits the work of regional artists and are free and open to the public. These galleries are a project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

M-T: Closed, W-Th: 11-6, F-S: 11-8, Su: 11-5

FREE

FREE

FREE

The Andy Warhol Museum 412-237-8300 • warhol.org • 117 Sandusky St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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.

T-Th, S-Su: 10-5, F: 10-10

$20, Members FREE

$10, Members FREE

$10, Members FREE

The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh 412-341-2299 • artsmithspgh.com • 1635 McFarland Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15216

Discover this amazing art and cultural center only four miles from downtown Pittsburgh dedicated to representing local artists. Our shop, cafe and exhibit gallery are worth the visit. Free parking.

M-S: 10-6, Th: 10-8, Su: 12-5 Cafe Hours: M-S: 10-3

August Wilson Center for African American Culture 412-456-6666 (box office) • trustarts.org • 980 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

T-S: 11-6

$11 (performances $7-$49)

$9

$7

Bayernhof Museum 412-782-4231 • bayernhofmuseum.com • 225 St. Charles Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15215

The museum showcases unique music boxes and automatic musical instruments in a 19,000-squarefoot mansion featuring hidden doors and secret passages with an unparalleled view of the Allegheny River.

Call to schedule tour

$10

$10

$10 (must be 5 and older to tour)

Bicycle Heaven Museum 412-734-4034 • bicycleheaven.org • 1800 Preble Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Bicycle Heaven, the world's largest bicycle museum. Voted No. 1 museum in Pittsburgh. Featured in the New York Times, London Telegraph, Other worldwide media bicycles, bobbleheads, music, art, antiques. Visit us!

M-Su: 10-7

FREE

FREE

FREE

Bulgarian Macedonian National Educational & Cultural Center 412-461-6188 • 412-831-5101 (volunteer info) • bmnecc.org 449-451 W. Eighth Ave. • West Homestead, PA 15120

Preserves and presents cultural values and traditions of the Bulgarian and Macedonian people. Articulates and promotes these values and traditions as a way of enhancing tolerance and preserving tradition.

T-Th: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. S: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and by appt.

FREE

FREE

FREE

Carnegie Museum of Art 412-622-3131 • cmoa.org • 4400 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Museum features a central collection of international art and additional halls of architectural art and sculpture.

Visit cmoa.org

$19.95, Members FREE

$14.95, Members FREE

$11.95 under 3 and Members FREE

The Clemente Museum 412-621-1268 • clementemuseum.com • 3339 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

The largest collection of Roberto Clemente memorabilia in the world. Located in historic Engine House 25 in Lawrenceville.

Guided tours by appointment only

$20

$20

$10

Contemporary Craft 412-261-7003 • contemporarycraft.org • 2100 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Presenting contemporary art in craft media by world-renowned artists since 1971. Explore cutting-edge exhibitions focused on multicultural diversity and non-mainstream art, creative studio workshops and a unique retail store.

M-S: 10-5, Su: Closed

FREE

FREE

FREE

The Frick Pittsburgh 412-371-0600 • thefrickpittsburgh.org • 7227 Reynolds St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Visitors will enjoy The Frick Art Museum, Clayton, Car and Carriage Museum, the Greenhouse, Grable Visitor Center, Frick Museum Store and Café.

T, W, Th, S, Su: 10-5, F: 10-9

$12

$10

$10

Future Tenant 412-567-8861 • futuretenant.org • 819 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Future Tenant Art Space features local artists of all disciplines, including all visual, performing, and literary arts. The gallery is free and open to the public.

Visit website for hours

Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District 412-456-6666 • trustarts.org • Downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

5:30-9

FREE

FREE

FREE

VISUAL ARTS

DESCRIPTION

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ADULT ADM.

DESCRIPTION

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CHILD ADM.

The Jimmy Stewart Museum 800-835-4669 • 724-349-6112 • jimmy.org • 835 Philadelphia St. • Indiana, PA 15701

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 theatre.

M-S: 10-4, Su & Holidays: 12-4

$7

$6

$5

Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff and Music Museum 412-322-1830 • jaginchystuff.com • 1800 Preble Ave. • R.J. Casey Industrial Park • Pittsburgh, PA 15233

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!

M-Su: 12-5

Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art 412-231-3169 • mattress.org • 500 Sampsonia Way • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Hailed as the best facility for installation art in the United States, the museum is an experimental lab featuring site-specific installations created by artists in residence from around the world.

T-S: 10-5, Su: 1-5

$20, Members FREE

$15, Members FREE

Students $15, under 6 and Members FREE

Office of Public Art 412-391-2060 x233 • publicartpittsburgh.org • 810 Penn Ave. • Sixth Floor • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Provides technical assistance and educational programs about public art to public and private sectors in the Pittsburgh region.

M-F: 9-5

FREE

FREE

FREE

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens 412-441-4442 • 412-622-6914 • phipps.conservatory.org • One Schenley Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Visit Pittsburgh's green oasis to discover breathtaking seasonal flower shows and special exhibits, a nationally recognized orchid collection, butterflies, indoor and outdoor botanical gardens, fun family activities and much more.

M-Su: 9:30-5, F: until 10

$15

$14 (62+)

$11 (2-18) under 2 FREE

Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History 412-231-7881 • photoantiquities.org • 531 E. Ohio St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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!

M,W,Th, F, S: 10-4, Please call ahead

$10

$8

under 5 FREE

Pittsburgh Botanic Garden 412-444-4464 • pittsburghbotanicgarden.org • 799 Pinkerton Run Rd. • Oakdale, PA 15071

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.

W: 10-6, Th: 10-8, F: 10-6, S-Su: 9-5 M- T: Closed, Winter Hours: will be reduced

$9, Members FREE

$8 (62+) Member FREE

$6 (3-18) under 3 FREE

Pittsburgh Glass Center 412-365-2145 • pittsburghglasscenter.org • 5472 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

A public access glass school studio and gallery dedicated to teaching, creating and promoting glass art.

M-Th: 10-7, F-Su: 10-4

$5 Suggested Donation

$5 Suggested Donation

Guided Tours-Free

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary - Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology 412-362-5610 • pts.edu/museum • 616 N. Highland Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

A significant collection of ancient, Near Eastern and Palestinian pottery and artifacts brought together by travelers and archaeologists during the past 100 years.

W-S: 10-4

FREE

FREE

FREE

SPACE 412-325-7723 • trustarts.org • 812 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

W-Th: 11-6, F-S: 11-8 Su: 11-5

FREE

FREE

FREE

The ToonSeum 412-232-0199 • toonseum.org • 945 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Small boutique style museum dedicated to the comic and cartoon arts. While the museum is quite small an average of 100 pieces of art exhibited. Exhibits rotate every few months.

W-Su: 11-5, Closed: M-T

$8

$7

$4 (6-12 years) under 5 FREE

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art 724-837-1500 • thewestmoreland.org • 221 N. Main St. • Greensburg, PA 15601

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.

Museum & Shop: T, Th, F-Su: 11-5, W: 11-7

$15 Suggested Donation

$10 Suggested Donation FREE

Wood Street Galleries 412-471-5605 • trustarts.org • 601 Wood St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

W-Th: 11-6, F-S: 11-8, Su: 11-5

FREE

FREE

FREE

DESCRIPTION

HOURS

Armstrong County Tourist Bureau 888-265-9954 • 724-543-4003 • armstrongcounty.com • 125 Market St. • Kittanning, PA 16201

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.

M-F: 8-4:30

Beaver County Tourism 800-342-8192 • 724-770-2062 • visitbeavercounty.com • Bradys Run Park Recreation Facility • 121 Bradys Run Rd. • Beaver Falls, PA 15010

Share our Pride, Family and Lifestyle. Minutes from Pittsburgh and easily accessible. Free info kit on annual events, cultural historical attractions, outdoor recreation adventure, lodging, shopping and dining opportunities.

M-F: 8-4:30

Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau 866-856-8444 • 724-234-4619 • VisitButlerCounty.com • 310 E. Grandview Ave. • Zelienople, PA 16063

Just 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, discover gorgeous scenery, curiosities, country life, microbreweries, camping and festivals galore. Request a FREE Official Visitors Guide with maps and itineraries today!

M-F: 8-4:30

Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency 877-280-8687 • 724-627-8687 • VisitGreene.org • Fort Jackson Bldg. • 19 S. Washington St. • Waynesburg, PA 15370

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.

M-F: 8-4:30

Indiana County Tourist Bureau 877-746-3426 • 724-463-7505 • visitindianacountypa.org • Indiana Mall • 2334 Oakland Ave. • Indiana, PA 15701

One hour east of Pittsburgh, The Christmas Tree Capital of the World features the Jimmy Stewart Museum, 64-miles of Rails-To-Trails, Smicksburg Amish Shopping, Breweries, Wineries, Festivals and Historic Sites.

M-F: 8-4:30

Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau 800-333-5661 • 724-238-5661 • laurelhighlands.org • 120 E. Main St. • Ligonier, PA 15658

Get away to the nearby Laurel Highlands region, featuring three Frank Lloyd Wright homes, outstanding recreation, historic sites, resorts and more.

M-F: 8-5

Lawrence County Tourist Promotion Agency 888-284-7599 • 724-654-8408 • VisitLawrenceCounty.com • Cilli Central Station • 229 S. Jefferson St. • Ste. 101 • New Castle, PA 16101

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.

M-F: 8-4:30

VisitMercerCountyPA 800-637-2370 • 724-346-3771 • visitmercercountypa.com • 50 North Water Ave. • Sharon, PA 16146

Named one of America's Top Golf Destinations by Golf Digest Magazine. Outlets with 140 shops, the world's largest shoe store, easily accessible location off I-79 and I-80.

M-F: 9-5 S: 10-2

Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency 866-927-4969 • 724-225-3010 • visitwashingtoncountypa.com • 375 Southpointe Blvd. • Ste. 240 • Canonsburg, PA 15317

Welcome to Washington County! We've got something for you. Indoors. Outdoors. History. Sports. Gaming. Shopping. This is the place for your next adventure.

M-Th: 8-4 F: 8-3


BOOKING ENGINES The leader in helping travelers, whatever their budgets, easily discover, book, and enjoy the world’s best places to stay. Access Booking.com anytime, anywhere from your desktop or mobile.

Expedia, Inc. 412-921-3243 · expedia.com

The world's largest online travel company, with an extensive brand portfolio that includes online travel brands.

TravelClick, Inc. 847-585-5134 • travelclick.com • 7 Times Square • 38th Floor • New York, NY 10036

Offers innovative, data-driven solutions that help hotels maximize revenue. More than 38,000 hotels use our inter-connected suite of solutions - business intelligence, reservations, booking engine, media, web, video, guest management.

AVERAGE RATES

ROOMS/ WHEEL CHAIR PARKING SUITES ACCESSIBLE ROOMS

DOWNTOWN Cambria Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh — Downtown 412-381-6687 • 412-894-4985 • cambriasuitespittsburgh.com • 1320 Centre Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$150

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Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Downtown 800-321-2211 • 412-434-5551 • courtyardpittsburghdowntown.com • 945 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$125-$289

182/10

9

Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh 412-339-1870 • distrikthotel.com/pittsburgh • 453 Blvd. of the Allies • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$189-$429

185/7

9

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown 800-225-5858 • 412-281-5800 • DoubleTreePittDowntown.com • One Bigelow Square • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$159-$319

337/133

10

Drury Plaza - Pittsburgh Downtown 412-281-2900 • druryhotels.com/locations/pittsburgh-pa/Drury-Plaza-Hotel-Pittsburgh-Downtown • 745 Grant St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$169

207/48

13

Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh-Downtown 412-338-2200 • pittsburghdowntown.embassysuites.com • 535 Smithfield St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$259

0/225

9

EVEN Hotel Pittsburgh 412-301-2277 • 833-246-1986 • 425 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$179-$199

169

8

Fairmont 888-270-6647 • 412-773-8800 • fairmont.com/pittsburgh • 510 Market St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$219-$4000

185/20

8

Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh-Downtown 800-Hampton • 412-288-4350 • pittsburghdowntownsuites.hamptoninn.com • 1247 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$169-$259

143/36

7

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown 800-HILTONS • 412-281-5557 • pittsburghdowntown.hgi.com • 250 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$139- $299

197/11

10

Homewood Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown 412-232-0200 • pittsburghdowntown.homewoodsuites.com • 1410 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$219

0/150

2

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh 800-546-7866 • 412-471-1170 • monaco-pittsburgh.com • 620 William Penn Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$209-$489

248/13

11

Omni William Penn Hotel 412-553-5000 • 412-281-7100 • omnihotels.com/pittsburgh • 530 William Penn Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$169-$329

597/38

13

Pittsburgh Marriott City Center 888-456-6600 • 412-471-4000 • marriott.com/pitdt • 112 Washington Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$189-$289

402/2

13

Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel 866-454-4400 • 412-562-1200 • renaissancepittsburghpa.com • 107 Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$239-$319

300/6

12

Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square 800-325-3535 • 412-261-2000 • sheratonpittsburghstationsquare.com • 300 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$179-$329

399/22

17

Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh 800-WESTIN-1 • 412-281-3700 • westinpittsburgh.com • 1000 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$119-$309

616/43

8

Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown 412-391-4600 • wyndhamgrandpittsburgh.com • 600 Commonwealth Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

$109-$359

712/72

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Booking.com (USA) Inc. 212-548-3599 • booking.com • 100 William St. • New York, NY 10038

= OUTDOOR POOL

115


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ROOMS/ WHEEL CHAIR PARKING SUITES ACCESSIBLE ROOMS

NORTH Comfort Inn McKnight Road 412-415-3867 • comfortinn.com • 4607 McKnight Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

$89

50/0

2

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Cranberry 724-778-4175 • 724-776-6900 • DoubleTree.com • 910 Sheraton Dr. • Cranberry Township, PA 16046

$105-$165

189/5

2

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh North/McCandless 800-Marrriott • 412-227-9600 • marriott.com/pitfm • 901 Providence Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

$119

109/35

12

Hampton Inn 800-774-1500 • 412-528-1901 • hilton.com • 2622 Wexford Bayne Rd. • Wexford, PA 15143

$109

88/0

5

Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh/Harmarville 412-423-1100 • pittsburghharmarvillesuites.hamptoninn.com • 2805 Freeport Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15238

$139

108/31

Hampton Inn McKnight Road 800-426-7866 • 412-939-3200 • hamptoninn.com • 4575 McKnight Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

$119-$219

107/3

7

Home2 Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh/McCandless 412-630-8400 • pittsburghmccandless.home2suites.com • 8630 Duncan Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

$139

0/119

6

Staybridge Suites Pittsburgh – Cranberry Township 724-779-2900 • staybridge.com • 915 Brushcreek Rd. • Warrendale, PA 15086

$149

0/95

6

TownePlace Suites - Pittsburgh Harmarville 412-423-1900 • marriott.com/pitne • 2785 Freeport Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15238

$159

0/94

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TownePlace Suites by Marriott Grove City Mercer/Outlets 800-MARRIOTT • 724-748-6322 • marriott.com/FKLTS • 231 Westside Square Dr. • Mercer, PA 16137

$159

0/96

5

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh North Shore 412-323-0300 • ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/pittsburgh/pitns/hoteldetail • 228 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$189

0/135

5

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh North Shore 412-321-3000 • hyattplacepittsburghnorthshore.com • 260 North Shore Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$229

178/0

10

The Inn on the Mexican War Streets 412-231-6544 • innonthemexicanwarstreets.com • 604 W. North Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$129-$199

8/2

The Priory Hotel 866-377-4679 • 412-231-3338 • thepriory.com • 614 Pressley St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$149-$230

42/3

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Residence Inn by Marriott North Shore 412-321-2099 • marriott.com/pitrn • 574 West General Robinson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$249

0/180

8

SpringHill Suites Pittsburgh North Shore 412-323-9005 • marriott.com/pitns • 223 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$179-$349

0/198

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Crowne Plaza Hotel and Suites Pittsburgh South 877-227-6963 • 412-833-5300 • crowneplaza.com/pittsburghso • 164 Fort Couch Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15241

$119-$209

179/23

9

Days Inn Pittsburgh 412-531-8900 • daysinn.com/hotels/pennsylvania/pittsburgh/days-inn-pittsburgh/hotel-overview • 1150 Banksville Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15216

$74.99-$149.99

72/4

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Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - Bridgeville 412-319-7706 • bridgeville.hamptoninn.com • 150 Old Pond Rd. • Bridgeville, PA 15017

$139

84/4

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe 877-782-9444 • 724-743-5000 • pittsburghsouthpointe.stayhgi.com • 1000 Corporate Dr. • Canonsburg, PA 15317

$129-$249

175/42

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SOUTH

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ROOMS/ WHEEL CHAIR PARKING SUITES ACCESSIBLE ROOMS

SOUTH SpringHill Suites Mt. Lebanon 412-563-6300 • marrriott.com/pitle • 611 Washington Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15228

$129

0/108

SpringHill Suites West Mifflin 412-653-9800 • marriott.com/PITWM • 1000 Regis Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15236

$149

0/94

2

Holiday Inn Express Hotel Suites - South Side 888-HOLIDAY • 412-488-1130 • hiexpress.com/pittsburghpa • 20 South Tenth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

$179-$299

125/109

7

HYATT House Pittsburgh South Side 412-390-2477 • hyatthouse.com • 2795 S. Water St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

$159-$299

0/136

9

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh SouthSide Works 412-488-8003 • springhillsuites.com/pitss • 2950 S. Water St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

$199-$249

0/115

2

Ace Hotel Pittsburgh 412-361-3300 • acehotel.com • 120 S. Whitfield St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

$159

63/7

6

Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh East Liberty 877-8-INDIGO • 412-665-0555 • hotelindigo.com/pittsburghpa • 123 North Highland Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

$99-$299

135/1

10

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Bakery Square 412-362-8600 • marriott.com/pitel • 134 Bakery Square Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

$189

0/110

Hampton Inn - University Center 800-HAMPTON • 412-681-1000 • pittsburghhampton.com • 3315 Hamlet St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

$119-$169

132/0

4

Hilton Garden Inn - Pittsburgh University Place 412-683-2040 • pittsburghuniversityplace.hgi.com • 3454 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

$149-$289

202/6

25

Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh-Technology Center 877-834-3613 • 412-621-0880 • hotelindigo.com • 329 Technology Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

$169-$299

111/62

7

Quality Inn University Center 800-245-4444 • 412-683-6100 • qualityinnpittsburgh.com • 3401 Blvd. of the Allies • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

$99-$159

119/0

0

Residence Inn by Marriott, Pittsburgh University/Medical Center 800-331-3131 • 412-621-2200 • marriott.com/pitro • 3896 Bigelow Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

$109-$239

0/171

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Residence Inn Pittsburgh Oakland/University Place 412-621-5600 • marriott.com/pitrd • 3341 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

$169-$399

0/144

8

Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center 800-864-8287 • 412-682-6200 • wyndham.com • 100 Lytton Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

$139-$289

251/3

7

Courtyard by Marriott - Shadyside 800-321-2211 • 412-683-3113 • courtyardshadyside.com • 5308 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15224

$199-$279

132/6

7

HYATT House Pittsburgh/Bloomfield/Shadyside 412-621-9900 • HYATThousePittsburghBloomfieldShadyside.com • 5335 Baum Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15224

$189-$259

128/34

Shadyside Inn All Suites Hotel 412-441-4444 • shadysideinn.com • 5405 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

$99-$250

0/106

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The Mansions on Fifth 412-381-5105 • mansionsonfifth.com • 5105 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232 KEY: (PARKING):

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WAT E R F R O N T Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Waterfront 800-321-2211 • 412-462-7301 • marriott.com/pithw • 401 W. Waterfront Dr. • West Homestead, PA 15120

$159-$179

94/3

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Hampton Inn & Suites - Waterfront Homestead 412-205-5985 • 412-462-4226 • pittsburghwaterfrontwesthomesteadsuites.hamptoninn.com • 301 W. Waterfront Dr. • Homestead, PA 15120

$139-$219

113/33

12

Holiday Inn Express - Waterfront 412-205-3904 • hiexpress.com/pittsburgheast • 658 East Waterfront Dr. • Homestead, PA 15120

$105

70/0

4

Courtyard Pittsburgh/Monroeville 800-MARRIOTT • 412-856-8680 • marriott.com/pitmr • 3962 William Penn Highway • Monroeville, PA 15146

$129-$199

98/7

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh - Monroeville Convention Center 412-373-7300 • 412-843-4400 • doubletreemonroeville.com • 101 Mall Blvd. • Monroeville, PA 15146

$119-$179

191/0

8

Residence Inn (Wilkins Township) 412-816-1300 • marriott.com/pitpm • 3455 William Penn Highway • Pittsburgh, PA 15235

$149-$189

0/124

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SpringHill Suites Monroeville/Pittsburgh 800-MARRIOTT • 412-380-9100 • marriott.com/pitmv • 122 Daugherty Dr. • Monroeville, PA 15146

$95

0/86

4

Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh West-Green Tree 412-922-8100 • cppittsburghwest.com • 401 Holiday Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15220

$99 -$159

199/0

2

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh - Green Tree 800-222-8733 • 412-922-8400 • pittsburghgreentree.doubletree.com • 500 Mansfield Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$189

460/10

9

Hampton Inn Pittsburgh Green Tree 800-HAMPTON • 412-922-0100 • hamptoninnpittsburghgreentree.com • 555 Trumbull Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$129

132/0

7

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh West - Greentree 412-922-7070 • hiexpress.com/pittsburghwest • 875 Greentree Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15220

$107.95-$179.95

150/16

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Motel 6 - Pittsburgh Crafton 800-4-MOTEL6 • 412-922-9400 • motel6.com • 211 Beecham Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$45-$55

122/0

5

Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Airport Settlers Ridge 800-321-2211 • 412-788-4404 • courtyardsettlersridge.com • 5100 Campbells Run Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$109-$299

108/16

6

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Airport 412-329-1400 • 412-329-1416 • pittsburghairport.doubletree.com • 8402 University Blvd. • Moon Township, PA 15108

$99-$239

135/2

7

Drury Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Ridge Road 800-378-7946 • druryhotels.com • 101 Ridge Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$139-$199

187/29

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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Airport/Robinson Township 412-859-9070 • marriott.com/pitwf • 1004 Sutherland Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$159

103/29

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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Neville Island 800-Marriott • 412-264-4722 • fairfieldnevilleisland.com • 5850 Grand Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15225

$109-$149

110/12

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Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Airport South - Settlers Ridge 800-HAMPTON • 412-788-4440 • pittsburghsettlersridge.hamptonbyhilton.com • 5000 Campbells Run Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$169

100/29

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ROOMS/ WHEEL CHAIR PARKING SUITES ACCESSIBLE ROOMS

A I R P O R T/ W E S T Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport 412-205-5400 • hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com • 9600 University Blvd. • Moon Twp., PA 15108

139

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport South/Robinson Township 412-788-9500 • pittsburghairportsouthrobinsontownship.hgi.com • 303 Park Manor Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$129-$199

118/0

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh-Airport 866-236-7250 • 412-788-8400 • hiexpress.com/pitairport • 5311 Campbells Run Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$89-$209

149/26

7

Homewood Suites Pittsburgh Airport/Robinson Mall Area 412-490-0440 • homewoodsuitespittsburghairport.com • 2000 GSK Dr. • Moon Township, PA 15108

$159

0/117

8

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh Airport 888-492-8847 • 412-494-0202 • hyattplacepittsburghairport.com • 6011 Campbells Run Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$109-$189

127/0

5

Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport 800-233-1234 • 724-899-1234 • pittsburghairport.regency.hyatt.com • PO Box 12420 • 1111 Airport Blvd. • Pittsburgh International Airport • Pittsburgh 15231

$119-$259

336/22

5

MainStay Suites Pittsburgh Airport 412-490-7343 • 412-505-8456 • choicehotels.com/pennsylvania/pittsburgh/sleep-inn-hotels/pa744 • 1000 Park Lane Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15275

$89-$149

52

1

Pittsburgh Airport Marriott 800-328-9297 • 412-788-8800 • pittsburghairportmarriott.com • 777 Aten Rd. • Coraopolis, PA 15108

$109-$299

318/5

12

Red Roof Inn - Pittsburgh South 800-RED-ROOF • 412-787-7870 • redroof.com • 6404 Steubenville Pike • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

$49-$84

120/0

6

Sheraton Pittsburgh Airport Hotel 412-262-2400 • sheratonpittsburghairport.com • 1160 Thorn Run Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15108

$149

199/5

8

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort 866-406-6957 • 724-329-8555 • nemacolin.com • 1001 Lafayette Dr. • Farmington, PA 15437

$255-$799

320/37

9

Seven Springs Mountain Resort 800-452-2223 • 7springs.com • 777 Waterwheel Dr. • Seven Springs, PA 15622

$150-$350

414/10

10

REGIONAL

FITNESS SHUTTLE PETS CENTER

POOL

BREAKFAST RESTAURANT INCLUDED

A C C O M M O D AT I O N S

AVERAGE RATES

A LT E R N AT I V E Shared $34-$37pp 9 Private $85-$110

South Side Traveler's Rest 412-431-2816 • sstrpgh.com • 55 S. Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

CAMPGROUNDS Bear Run Campground & Cabins 888-737-2605 • 724-368-3564 • bearruncampground.com • 184 Badger Hill Rd. • Portersville, PA 16051

$29-$189

Rose Point Park - Cabins & Camping 724-924-2415 • rosepointpark.com • 8775 Old US 422 • New Castle, PA 16101

BED & BREAKFASTS The Allegheny Inn 412-322-1000 • facebook.com/alleghenyinn • 1010 Cedar Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$199

3/1

0

Pittsburgh Bed & Breakfast Association 724-831-9893 • pittsburghbnb.com • c/o 268 Rader School Rd. • Renfrew, PA 16053

$85-$450

69/14

5

Cabin Fever Inn Bed & Breakfast 724-483-5456 • 412-443-5408 • cabinfeverinnb-b.com • 11 Torbet Dr. • Coal Center, PA 15423

$100

1/0

Doone's Inn at Oakmont 412-828-0410 • doonesinnatoakmont.com • 300 Rt. 909 • Coxcomb Hill Rd. • Verona, PA 15147

$210-$300

8/1

KEY: (PARKING):

= PARKING AVAILABLE

= CHARGE FOR PARKING

= MOTORCOACH

= VALET; (POOL):

= INDOOR POOL

1

= OUTDOOR POOL

119


A C C O M M O D AT I O N S

AVERAGE RATES

ROOMS/ WHEEL CHAIR PARKING SUITES ACCESSIBLE ROOMS

FITNESS SHUTTLE PETS CENTER

POOL

BREAKFAST RESTAURANT INCLUDED

BED & BREAKFASTS Heather Hill Inn 724-831-9893 • heatherhillinn.com • 268 Rader School Rd. • Renfrew, PA 16053

$85-$130

7/0

Heslet House Bed & Breakfast 724-462-7228 • 724-241-3993 • heslethouse.com • 1427 Church St. • Economy Historic District • Ambridge, PA 15003

$100-$145

4/1

0

The Inn on Negley 412-661-0631 • innonnegley.com • 703 South Negley Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

$200

8/0

1

The Inn on the Mexican War Streets 412-231-6544 • innonthemexicanwarstreets.com • 604 West North Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

$129-$199

8/2

The John Butler House 412-751-6670 • butlersgolf.com • 800 Rock Run Rd. • Elizabeth, PA 15037

$85

4/0

The Mansion at Maple Heights 412-586-7940 • shadysidemansion.com • 5516 Maple Heights Court • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

$150-$315

0/5

The Mellor House Bed & Breakfast 412-427-2778 • themellorhouse.com • 136 West Swissvale Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15218

3

The Mainstay at Saxonburg 724-360-2651 • themainstayatsaxonburg.com • 214 Main St. • PO Box 776 • Saxonburg, PA 16056

$85-$139

4/1

Morning Glory Inn 412-431-1707 • gloryinn.com • 2119 Sarah St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

$135-$220

5/2

Oak Noggin Bed & Breakfast LLC 412-714-3571 • oaknoggin.com • 209 Waterman Road West • Jefferson Hills, PA 15025

$169

0/1

The Parador Inn 877-540-1443 • 412-231-4800 • theparadorinn.com • 939 Western Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15233

$150

8/4

Sun and Cricket Bed and Breakfast 724-444-6300 • sunandcricket.com • 1 Tara Lane • Gibsonia, PA 15044

$180-$205

0/2

KEY: (PARKING):

= PARKING AVAILABLE

= CHARGE FOR PARKING

= MOTORCOACH

= VALET; (POOL):

= INDOOR POOL

1

1

= OUTDOOR POOL

DINING

BOOKING ENGINES Nowait 800-705-1213 • nowait.com

CUISINE

PRICE RANGE

MEALS SERVED

D O WN T O WN Alihan's Mediterranean Cuisine 412-888-0630 • alihanscuisine.com • 124 6th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Mediterranean

L•D

August Henry's City Saloon 412-765-3270 • augusthenrys.com • 946 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • LN

Backstage Bar at Theater Square 412-325-6769 • trustarts.org • 655 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Contemporary American

L • D • LN

The Bigelow Grille 412-281-5013 • bigelowgrille.com • Doubletree Hotel Pittsburgh City Center • One Bigelow Square • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

B•L•D

Bill's Bar and Burger 412-567-2300 • billsbarandburger.com • Westin Convention Center Hotel • 1001 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L•D

Braddock's American Brasserie 412-992-2005 • braddocksrestaurant.com • Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel • 107 Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Contemporary American

B • L • D • LN • SB

Cafe 808 412-745-2233 • cafe808pgh.com • 808 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B•L

The Capital Grille 412-338-9100 • thecapitalgrille.com • 301 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Steakhouse

L • D • LN

KEY: (PER PERSON):

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= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

OUTDOOR SEATING

DISABLED ACCESS


CUISINE

PRICE RANGE

MEALS SERVED

The Carlton Restaurant 412-391-4099 • thecarltonrestaurant.com • BNY Mellon Center • 500 Grant St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

L•D

Charley's Grilled Subs 412-325-7011 • charleys.com • Fifth Avenue Place • 120 Fifth Ave. • 2nd Level • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B•L•D

Christos Mediterranean Grille 412-261-6442 • grubhub.com • 130 Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Mediterranean

L • D • LN

City Works Eatery & Pour House 412-448-2900 • cityworksrestaurant.com/pittsburgh • 2 PPG Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • LN • SB

CobblerWorld 412-403-2158 • cobblerworld.com • 1059 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Desserts

B•L

The Commoner 412-230-4800 • thecommonerpgh.com • 458 Strawberry Way • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

L•D

Condado Tacos 412-281-9111 • condadotacos.com • 971 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Mexican

L • D • LN

Diamond Market Bar & Grill 412-325-2000 • diamondmarketgrill.com • 430 Market St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • LN

Eadie's Market & Catering 412-391-3993 • eadiescatering.com • 500 Grant St. • One Mellon Bank Center • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Deli Style

B•L

Eddie Merlot's Prime Aged Beef and Seafood 412-235-7676 • eddiemerlots.com • 4 Gateway Center • 444 Liberty Ave. • Ste. 100 • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Steakhouse

L•D

Eddie V's Prime Seafood 412-391-1714 • eddiev.com • 501 Grant St. • Ste. 100 • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Seafood

D

Elevation 412-930-0630 • pittsburghdowntown.embassysuites.com • Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh-Downtown • 535 Smithfield St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B•L•D

fl.2 412-773-8848 • fl2pgh.com • 510 Market St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Modern American

B • L • D • SB

Harris Grill 412-288-5273 • harrisgrill.com • 245 Fourth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • SB

Hello Bistro Downtown 412-434-0100 • hellobistro.com • 292 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B•L•D

Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches 412-697-0999 • jimmyjohns.com • 506 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Deli Style

L•D

Joe & Pie 412-402-4444 • joeandpie.com • 955 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B • L • D • LN

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant 412-201-6992 • mccormickandschmicks.com • Piatt Place • 301 Fifth Ave. • Ste. 101 • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Seafood

L•D

Meat & Potatoes 412-325-7007 • meatandpotatoespgh.com • 649 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American/Gastropub

L • D • LN • SB

The Milk Shake Factory 412-315-7115 • themilkshakefactory.com • 314 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Ice Cream/Candy

Millie's Homemade, LLC 412-404-8853 • millieshomemade.com • 246 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Ice Cream

Moe's Southwest Grill 412-224-4422 • moes.com • 210 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Mexican

L•D

Morton's The Steakhouse 412-261-7141 • mortons.com • EQT Plaza • 625 Liberty Ave. • Ste. 180 • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American/Steakhouse

D

Nicholas Coffee & Tea Co. 888-261-4225 • 412-261-4225 • nicholascoffee.net • 23 Market Square • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Coffee/Tea

Nine on Nine 412-338-6463 • nineonninepgh.com • 900 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Contemporary American with French Influences

L • D • LN • SB

Olive or Twist 412-255-0525 • olive-twist.com • 140 6th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

D • LN

KEY: (PER PERSON):

= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

DISABLED ACCESS

DINING

D O WN T O WN

OUTDOOR SEATING

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

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DINING

CUISINE

MEALS SERVED

D O WN T O WN Ollie's Gastropub 412-338-2200 x2833 • pittsburghdowntown.embassysuites.com • Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh-Downtown • 535 Smithfield St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

D - Cocktails only

Or, The Whale 412-632-0002 • orthewhalepgh.com • 463 Blvd. of the Allies • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Seafood

L • D • SB

The Original Oyster House 412-566-7925 • originaloysterhousepittsburgh.com • 20 Market Square • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Seafood

L • D • LN

Palm Court 412-281-7100 • omnihotels.com/pittsburgh • Omni William Penn Hotel • 530 William Penn Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

L • D • LN

Penn City Grille 412-281-3700 • westin.com/pittsburgh • Westin Convention Center Hotel • 1000 Penn Ave. • 2nd Level • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B

Penn Station East Coast Subs 412-803-7366 • psburgh.com • 808 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L•D

Peter Allen's Italian 412-642-6677 • peterallens.com • Cultural District • 613 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Italian

L • D • LN • SB

Pizzaiolo Primo 412-575-5858 • pizzaioloprimo.com • 8 Market Square • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Italian/Pizza

L•D

Primanti Bros. Market Square 412-261-1599 • primantibros.com • 2 South Market Square • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • LN

Red, the Steakhouse–Pittsburgh 412-745-6328 • redthesteakhouse.com • 600 Grant St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Steakhouse

L•D

Redbeard's on Sixth Sports Bar & Grill 412-261-2324 • redbeardspgh.com • 144 Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • LN

Revel + Roost 412-281-1134 • revelandroost.com • 242 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • SB

Ruth's Chris Steak House 412-391-4800 • ruthschris.com • Six PPG Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Steakhouse

L•D

Salonika's Bar and Grill 412-261-4770 • 133 6th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Greek

L • D • LN

Sammy's Famous Corned Beef 412-765-2244 • 901 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Deli Style

L • D • LN

Shab's Mediterranean Grill and Pita Strollers 412-281-8111 • shabsgrill.com • 339 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Mediterranean

L•D

Sharp Edge Bistro Penn 412-338-2437 • sharpedgebeer.com • 922 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American/Belgium

L • D • LN

Sienna Mercato 412-281-2810 • siennapgh.com • 942 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Italian

L • D • LN

Six Penn Kitchen 412-566-7366 • sixpennkitchen.com • 146 Sixth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American Bistro

L • D • LN • SB

Social House 7 412-709-6808 • socialhousepgh.com • 123 7th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Asian Fusion

L • D • LN • SB

Steelhead Brasserie & Wine Bar 412-709-6808 • thesteelhead.com • Pittsburgh Marriott City Center • 112 Washington Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

B • L • D • LN • SB

Talia Cucina & Rosticerria 412-456-8214 • taliapgh.com • 425 Sixth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Italian

L • D

Ten Penny 412-318-8000 • tenpennypgh.com • 960 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

New American

L•D

The Terrace Room 412-553-5235 • omnihotels.com/pittsburgh • Omni William Penn Hotel • 530 William Penn Pl. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

B • L • D • SB

Three Rivers Restaurant 412-391-4600 • wyndham.com/hotels/PITWG • Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown • 600 Commonwealth Pl. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B • L • D • SB

Union Standard 412-281-0738 • unionstandardpgh.com • 524 William Penn Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

L • D • SB

Vallozzi's Pittsburgh 412-394-3400 • vallozzispittsburgh.com • 220 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Italian

L•D

KEY: (PER PERSON):

122

PRICE RANGE

= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

OUTDOOR SEATING

DISABLED ACCESS


CUISINE

PRICE RANGE

MEALS SERVED

American Natural 412-471-1529 • myamericannatural.com • 73 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

B • L • D • LN

Buca di Beppo 412-471-9463 • bucadibeppo.com • 3 Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Italian

L•D

Gateway Clipper 412-355-7980 • gatewayclipper.com • 350 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Buffet Dinner Service

L•D

Grand Concourse/Gandy Dancer Saloon 412-261-1717 • grandconcourserestaurant.com • 100 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Seafood/American

L • D • SB

Hard Rock Cafe 412-481-7625 • hardrock.com/cafes/pittsburgh • 230 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

American

L • D • LN

Joe’s Crab Shack 412-690-2404 • joescrabshack.com • 226 West Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Seafood

L•D

Texas de Brazil 412-230-4004 • texasdebrazil.com • 240 Station Square Dr. • Suite D-1 • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Steakhouse

L•D

Trackside 412-803-3824 • Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square • 300 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Steakhouse

B • L • D • SB

Ember & Vine Woodfire Oven and Social Bar 724-778-4177 • emberandvinecranberry.com • DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Cranberry • 910 Sheraton Dr. • Cranberry Township, PA 16046

American

B • L • D • LN • SB

Mad Mex North Hills 412-366-5656 • madmex.com • 7905 McKnight Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Cal-Mex

L•D

Andrew's Steak and Seafood @ Rivers Casino 877-558-0777 • 412-231-7777 • riverscasino.com • 777 Casino Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Seafood/Steakhouse

L•D

Atria's @ PNC Park 412-322-1850 • atrias.com • PNC Park • 103 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

American

L•D

Bistro to Go 412-231-0218 • bistroandcompany.com • 415 E. Ohio St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

American

L•D

Grandview Buffet @ Rivers Casino 877-558-0777 • 412-231-7777 • riverscasino.com • 777 Casino Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Italian/Asian/BBQ/Salads/Desserts

L•D

Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse 412-222-4014 • hydeparkrestaurants.com • 247 North Shore Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Steakhouse

D

Jerome Bettis Grille 36 412-224-6287 • jeromebettisgrille36.com • 393 North Shore Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

American

L • D • LN

Local Brewhouse 412-328-2518 • localpgh.com/localbrewhouse • 140 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

American

L • D • LN

Penn Brewery 412-237-9400 • pennbrew.com • 800 Vinial St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

German/Euro-Pittsburgh

L•D

Slice on Broadway — PNC Park 412-325-4485 • sliceonbroadway.com • 115 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Pizza/American

L•D

Steel Cactus PNC Park 412-927-2571 • steelcactuspgh.com/pnc • 115 Federal St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Mexican

L • D • LN

Tequila Cowboy 412-930-0895 • tequilacowboy.com/pittsburgh • 380 North Shore Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

American

L • D • LN

Wheelhouse Bar and Grill @ Rivers Casino 877-558-0777 • 412-231-7777 • riverscasino.com • 777 Casino Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Soups, Salads, Sandwiches No dinner items

L•D

DISABLED ACCESS

DINING

S TAT I O N S Q U A R E

OUTDOOR SEATING

NORTH

NORTH SHORE/NORTH SIDE

KEY: (PER PERSON):

= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

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DINING

CUISINE

PRICE RANGE

MEALS SERVED

SOUTH Gather Restaurant & Bar 412-833-5300 • crowneplaza.com/pittsburghso • Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh South • 164 Fort Couch Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15241

American

B • L • D • SB

Jacksons Restaurant-Rotisserie-Bar 724-743-5005 • experiencejacksons.com • Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe • 1000 Corporate Dr. • Canonsburg, PA 15317

American

L•D

Mad Mex South Hills 412-279-0200 • madmex.com • 2101 Greentree Rd. • Scott Town Centre • Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Cal-Mex

L • D • LN

Beehive Coffee House 412-488-HIVE • beehivebuzz.com • 1327 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Coffee/Tea

B • L • D • LN

Carmella's Plates & Pints 412-918-1215 • carmellasplatesandpints.com • 1908 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

American

D • LN • SB

Doce Taqueria 412-238-8518 • docetaqueria.com • 1220 East Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Mexican

L • D • LN

Double Wide Grill 412-390-1111 • doublewidegrill.com • 24th & Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

American

L • D • LN • SB

Hello Bistro 412-390-1922 • hellobistro.com • 1922 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

American

B•L•D

Hofbrauhaus Pittsburgh 412-224-2328 • hofbrauhauspittsburgh.com • 2705 S. Water St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

German/American

L • D • LN

Local Bar + Kitchen 412-308-5183 • localpgh.com • 1515 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

American

L • D • SB

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant 412-432-3260 • mccormickandschmicks.com • 2667 Sidney St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Seafood

L•D

Primanti Bros. South Side 412-381-2583 • primantibros.com • 1832 E Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

American

L • D • LN

The Milk Shake Factory 412-488-1808 • themilkshakefactory.com • 1705 East Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Ice Cream/Candy

Twelve Whiskey Barbecue 412-742-4024 • twelvewhiskeybarbecue.com • 1222 East Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Barbecue

L • D • LN

Waffles, INCaffeinated 412-301-1763 • wafflesincaffeinated.com • 2517 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Modern American

B • L • SB

Bella Vista Ristorante Italiano 412-431-1660 • bellavistapgh.com • 1204 Grandview Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

Italian/ American

D

Bigham Tavern 412-431-9313 • bighamtavern.com • 321 Bigham St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

American

L • D • LN • SB

LeMont Restaurant 412-431-3100 • lemontpittsburgh.com • 1114 Grandview Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

Continental

D • LN

Monterey Bay Fish Grotto 412-481-4414 • montereybayfishgrotto.com • 1411 Grandview Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

Seafood

D

Redbeard's Bar & Grill 412-431-3730 • redbeardspgh.com • 201 Shiloh St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

American

L • D • LN

Shiloh Grill 412-431-4000 • harrisgrill.com • 123 Shiloh St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

American

L • D • SB

Colony Cafe 412-586-4850 • colonycafepgh.com • 1125 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L•D

Eleven Contemporary Kitchen 412-201-5656 • elevenck.com • 1150 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

L • D • SB

Enrico Biscotti 412-281-2602 • enricobiscotti.com • 2022 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Italian

B•L

SOUTH SIDE

MOUNT WASHINGTON

STRIP DISTRICT

KEY: (PER PERSON):

124

= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

OUTDOOR SEATING

DISABLED ACCESS


CUISINE

PRICE RANGE

MEALS SERVED

Gaucho Parrilla Argentina 412-709-6622 • eatgaucho.com • 1601 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Argentine

L•D

Kaya 412-261-6565 • bigburrito.com • 2000 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Island Food

L • D • SB

Lidia's Pittsburgh 412-552-0150 • lidias-pittsburgh.com • 1400 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Italian

L • D • SB

Osteria 2350 Pittsburgh 412-281-6595 • cioppinogroup.com • 2350 Railroad St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Italian

L•D

Pamela's P&G Diners 412-281-6366 • pamelasdiner.com • 60 21st St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B•L

Peace, Love & Little Donuts 412-904-4649 • peaceloveandlittledonuts.com • 50 21st St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Donuts

B•L

Primanti Bros. Strip District 412-263-2142 • primantibros.com • 46 18th St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

American

B • L • D • LN

Savoy Restaurant 412-281-0660 • savoypgh.com • 2623 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Eclectic

D • SB

Smallman Galley 412-904-2444 • smallmangalley.org • 54 21st St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

New American

L • D • SB

Smallman Street Deli 412-434-5800 • smallmanstreetdeli.com • 2840 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Deli Style

L•D

The Fire Side Public House 412-661-9900 • firesidepublichouse.com • 6290 Broad St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

American/Gastropub

L • D • LN

Paris 66 412-404-8166 • paris66bistro.com • 6018 Centre Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

French

L • D • SB

The Twisted Frenchman 412-361-1340 • thetwistedfrenchman.com • 128 S. Highland Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

French

D

The Church Brew Works 412-688-8200 • churchbrew.com • 3525 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

American

L • D • LN

Franktuary 412-586-7224 • franktuary.com • 3810 Butler St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

American

L•D

Industry Public House 412-683-1100 • industrypgh.com • 4305 Butler St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

American

L • D • SB

Senti 412-586-4347 • sentirestaurant.com • 3473 Butler St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Italian

L•D

Bridges Restaurant and Lounge 800-864-8287 • 412-682-6200 • wyndham.com • Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center • 100 Lytton Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

American Buffet

B•L•D

The Cafe Carnegie 412-622-3225 • The Carnegie • 4400 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

American

L

Garden Grille & Bar 412-683-2040 • pittsburghuniversityplace.hgi.com • Hilton Garden Inn - Pittsburgh University Place • 3454 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

American

B•L•D

Hello Bistro 412-687-8787 • hellobistro.com • 3605 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

American

B•L•D

LOTSA Stone Fired Pizza 412-727-8000 • lotsa.com • 3621 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Pizza/American

L • D • LN

DISABLED ACCESS

DINING

STRIP DISTRICT

OUTDOOR SEATING

EAST END

L AWRENCEVILLE

OAKLAND

KEY: (PER PERSON):

= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

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OAKLAND Mad Mex Oakland 412-681-5656 • madmex.com • 370 Atwood St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Cal-Mex

L • D • LN

The Porch at Schenley 412-687-6724 • theporchatschenley.com • 221 Schenley Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15213

American

B•L•D

Casbah Mediterranean Restaurant and Wine Bar 412-661-5656 • bigburrito.com • 229 S. Highland Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Mediterranean

L • D • SB

Girasole Restaurant 412-682-2130 • girasolepgh.com • 733 Copeland St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Italian

L•D

Harris Grill 412-362-5273 • harrisgrill.com • 5747 Ellsworth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

American

L • D • SB

La Feria - Pamela's Peruvian Cousin 412-682-4501 • laferia.net • 5527 Walnut St. • (above Pamela's) • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Peruvian

L•D

Panera Bread 412-687-2177 • panerabread.com • 5430 Center Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

American

B•L•D

SOBA 412-362-5656 • bigburrito.com • 5847 Ellsworth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Asian

D • LN

Steel Cactus Restaurant and Cantina 412-709-6444 • steelcactuspgh.com • 5505 Walnut St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Mexican

L • D • SB

Umi Japanese Restaurant 412-362-6198 • bigburrito.com • 5849 Ellsworth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Japanese

D

Dave & Buster's 412-462-1500 • daveandbusters.com • 180 E. Waterfront Dr. • Homestead, PA 15120

American

L • D • LN

Studio AM 412-530-2935 • studio-am.com • 225 E. 8th Ave. • Homestead, PA 15120

Thai/Americana-Brunch

SB

bellfarm Kitchen | Bar 724-899-6050 • pittsburghairport.hyatt.com • Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport • 1111 Airport Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15231

American

B•L•D

Ditka's of Pittsburgh 412-722-1555 • ditkasrestaurants.com • 1 Robinson Plaza Bldg. • 1st Floor • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Steakhouse

L • D • LN

Jacksons Restaurant-Rotisserie-Bar 412-329-1405 • experiencejacksons.com • Doubletree by Hilton Pittsburgh Airport • 8402 University Blvd. • Moon Township, PA 15108

American

B•L•D

Mad Mex Robinson 412-494-5656 • madmex.com • Route 60 • Robinson Plaza II • Park Manor Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Cal-Mex

L • D • LN

Quicksilver Restaurant, Lounge & Banquet Center 724-796-1594 • quicksilvergolf.com • 2000 Quicksilver Rd. • Midway, PA 15060

American

B•L•D

Regatta Bar & Grill 800-328-9297 • 412-788-8800 • pittsburghairportmarriott.com • Pittsburgh Airport Marriott • 777 Aten Rd. • Coraopolis, PA 15108

American

B • L • D • SB

Rivers 412-920-8011 • pittsburghgreentree.doubletree.com • DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh - Green Tree • 500 Mansfield Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

American

B • L • D • SB

S H A DYS I D E

WAT E R F R O N T

A I R P O R T/ W E S T

KEY: (PER PERSON):

126

= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

OUTDOOR SEATING

DISABLED ACCESS


CUISINE

PRICE RANGE

MEALS SERVED

DISABLED ACCESS

REGIONAL Aqueous 866-406-6957 • nemacolin.com • Nemacolin Woodlands Resort • 1001 Lafayette St. • Farmington, PA 15437

Seafood/Steakhouse

B • D

Autumn 866-406-6957 • nemacolin.com • Nemacolin Woodlands Resort • 1001 Lafayette Dr. • Farmington, PA 15437

Regional American

B • D

Eat'n Park Hospitality Group 800-947-4033 • 412-461-2000 • enphospitality.com • 285 E. Waterfront Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15120

American

B • L • D • LN • SB

Helen's Restaurant @ Seven Springs 800-452-2223 • 814-352-7777 • 7springs.com • Seven Springs Mountain Resort • 777 Waterwheel Dr. • Seven Springs, PA 15622

Continental

D

Lautrec 866-406-6957 • nemacolin.com • Nemacolin Woodlands Resort • 1001 Lafayette Dr. • Farmington, PA 15437

European Style

D • SB

Slopeside Restaurant @ Seven Springs 800-452-2223 • 814-352-7777 • 7springs.com • Seven Springs Mountain Resort • 777 Waterwheel Dr. • Seven Springs, PA 15622

American

B • L • D • SB

The Tavern 866-406-6957 • nemacolin.com • Nemacolin Woodlands Resort • 1001 Lafayette Dr. • Farmington, PA 15437

American

L • D • LN

KEY: (PER PERSON):

= LESS THAN $10

= $10–$25

= $26–$40

DINING

OUTDOOR SEATING

= MORE THAN $40 | (MEALS SERVED): B = BREAKFAST • L = LUNCH • D = DINNER • LN = LATE NIGHT • SB = SUNDAY BRUNCH

HOURS

Steak/Seafood

Su-S: 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 5 p.m.-10 p.m., Bar till 12 a.m.

Andys @ Fairmont Pittsburgh 412-773-8884 • andyswinebar.com • 510 Market St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Wine Bar

M-F: 3 p.m.-12 a.m., S-Su: 1 p.m.-12 a.m., Lunch served M-F: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars 412-904-4764 • blendbarcigar.com • 436 Seventh Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Cigar Bar

M-S: 12 p.m.-12 a.m., Su: 3 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Blush Gentlemen's Club 412-281-7703 • blushexotic.com • 135 Ninth St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Gentlemen's Club

M-S: 12 p.m.-2 a.m., Su: 3 p.m.-2 a.m.

Blush Sports Bar 412-281-7703 • 135 Ninth St. • 3rd Floor • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Sports Bar

Daily: 3:30 p.m.-2 a.m.

Cheerleaders Gentleman’s Club 412-281-3110 • cheerleaderspittsburgh.com • 3100 Liberty Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Gentlemen’s Club

Su- Th: 4 p.m.-2 a.m. F: 12 p.m.-3 a.m., S: 4 p.m.-3 a.m.

Penn Society 412-318-8000 • pennsociety.com • 960 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Prohibition/Speakeasy

Th: 7 p.m.-1 a.m., F-S: 7 p.m.-3:30 a.m.

The Tap Room 412-281-7100 • omnihotels.com/pittsburgh • Omni William Penn Hotel • 530 William Penn Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Pub

Su-Th: 11:30 a.m.-12 a.m., F-S: 11 a.m.-1 a.m.

The Speakeasy 412-281-7100 • omnihotels.com/pittsburgh • Omni William Penn Hotel • 530 William Penn Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Speakeasy

T-Th: 5 p.m.-11 p.m., F-S: 5 p.m.-12:30 a.m.

Three Rivers Sports Pub 412-391-4600 • wyndham.com/hotels/PITWG • Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown • 600 Commonwealth Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Sports Bar

11:30 a.m.-1:30 a.m.

Bottle Shop

Su-Th: 11 a.m.-11 p.m., F-S: 11 a.m.-1 a.m.

Lava Lounge 412-431-LAVA • lavaloungepgh.com • 2204 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Martini Lounge

M-S: 4 p.m.-2 a.m., Su: 8 p.m.-2 a.m.

Tiki Lounge 412-381-TIKI • tikiloungepgh.com • 2003 E. Carson St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Tropical/Polynesian

M-S: 4 p.m.-2 a.m., Su: 8 p.m.-2 a.m.

A I R P O R T/ W E S T Bridges 446 Restaurant and Lounge 800-EMBASSY • 412-269-9070 • embassysuites.com • Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh International Airport • 550 Cherrington Parkway • Coraopolis, PA 15108

DOWNTOWN

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

NIGHTLIFE

THEME/CONCEPT

M T. WA S H I N G TO N Packs & Dogs 412-431-1855 • packsanddogs.com • 223 Shiloh St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15211

SOUTH SIDE

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HOURS

Crystal River Gems 412-391-5310 • crystalrivergems.com • 120 Fifth Ave. • 1st Level • Fifth Avenue Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Gemstone jewelry, beads, amber, turquoise, agate, rock shop, glass art, nature store products, crystals, globes, paperweights, spheres, minerals, beads by strands.

M-F: 10-6, S: 10-3

Fifth Avenue Place Arcade Shops 412-456-7800 • FifthAvenuePlacePA.com • 120 Fifth Ave. • Fifth Avenue Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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!

M-F: 10-6, S: 10-3

Larrimor's 412-471-5727 • larrimors.com • 249 Fifth Ave. • One PNC Plaza • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Pittsburgh's premier, family-owned clothier of quality men's and women's designer fashions and Esquire's only Best of Class choice in the city. No tax on clothing; save up to 10%!

M, T, W, F, S: 9-6, Th: 9-8

Laurie's Hallmark 412-456-0456 • hallmark.com • 120 Fifth Ave. • 2nd Level • Fifth Avenue Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

M-F: 10-6, S: 10-3

Steel City Clothing Store 412-338-2333 • shopsteelcity.com • 625 Smithfield St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The Steel City brand flagship retail store is nestled in historic downtown Pittsburgh at the corner of Smithfield Street and Strawberry Way. This location carries our entire collection, alongside exclusive “in-store only” items.

M-F: 11-7, S-Su: 11-5

WallaceFloral.com 412-281-1500 • wallacefloral.com • 120 Fifth Ave. • 1st Level • Fifth Avenue Place • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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 Teleflora network.

M-F: 8-6, S: 10-3

WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center and Gift Shop 412-281-7711 • 877-LOVEPGH • visitpittsburgh.com Two locations: Fifth Avenue Place • 1st Level • 120 Fifth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222 David L. Lawrence Convention Center • 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222 • 412-325-0323

Your one-stop shop for everything to see and do in the Pittsburgh area - from arts and culture to family fun, and from outdoor adventure to the best place to eat and stay. While you're here, pick up a little something for the folks back home. The shop features t-shirts, souvenirs and postcards.

Fifth Avenue Place: M-F: 10-6, S: 10-3 David L. Lawrence Convention Center: T-F: 10-5, S: 10-4, Su-M: CLOSED

La Feria 412-682-4501 • laferia.net • 5527 Walnut St. • (above Pamela's) • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

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 and the crafts are unique.

M-S: 9-9, Su: 9-3

Petagogy 412-362-7387 • petagogy.com • 5880 Ellsworth Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Specializing in natural pet foods, treats and supplements. Featuring eco-friendly and U.S.-made toys, beds, accessories and supplies. Named Pet Boutique in Pittsburgh Magazine's Best of the 'Burgh Reader's Poll.

M-S: 10-8, Su: 11-4

Pennsylvania wine outlet featuring more than 50 wines from Heritage Wine Cellars, Christian W. Klay Winery. Free wine tasting everyday. Wine racks, t-shirts and accessories. Custom printed wine bottles available.

M-S: 10-9, Su: 12-5

Mahla & Co. Antiques 412-471-2090 • mahlaantiques.com • 17th & Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Celebrating 22 years. Fine art, furniture, lighting, jewelry, coins, glass, decorative accessories beautifully displayed in 10,000-sq.-ft. warehouse. Large selection of 20th Century Modern. Mention VisitPittsburgh for 15% discount.

M-F: 10-5, S: 9:30-4:30

Mon Aimee Chocolat 412-395-0022 • monaimeechocolat.com • 2101 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Domestic and imported premium chocolate, featuring Artisanal Chocolatiers, corporate gifts, personalized baskets, catering favors, homemade hot chocolate, toffee, shipping and local delivery.

M-F: 8:30-5, S: 7:30-5, Su: 10-4

Parma Sausage Products 412-391-4238 • ParmaSausage.com • 1734 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

A large array of specialty Italian meats and dry cured products produced in the heart of the Strip District since 1954.

M-F: 7-3:30, S: 8-2

Stamoolis Brothers Co. 877-357-0399 • 412-471-7676 • stamoolis.com • 2020 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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 leave and more.

M,T,W,F: 7-4, Th: 7-6:30, S: 7:30-4

Strip District Neighbors 412-201-4774 • stripdistrictneighbors.com • 1212 Smallman St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

Hours vary

Yinzers in The Burgh 412-434-0113 • yinzersindaburgh.com • 2127 Penn Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Yinzers in The Burgh offers Pittsburgh's largest selection of Steelers, Pirates and Penguins licensed apparel, hats, novelties, memorabilia and local souvenirs.

M-F: 9-5, S: 8-6, Su: 9-5

Asian Influences has collected a unique variety of antique furniture, ceramics and fine art with an Eastern Aesthetic. While some pieces are contemporary, others highlight the history of Asian culture.

W-S: 11-6

DOWNTOWN

S H A DYS I D E

S TAT I O N S Q U A R E Pennsylvania Wine Cellar 412-642-9212 • Station Square (412-462-4646 The Waterfront) • pawinecellar.com Shops at Station Square • 125 W. Station Square Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15219

STRIP DISTRICT

L AWRENCEVILLE Asian Influences 412-621-3530 • asianinfluences.com • 3513 Butler St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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Paul’s Print Store paulsprintstore.com • 3534-1/2 Butler St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

A year-long pop-up in Lawrenceville specializing in showcasing the original print work of Paul Roden and friends, mainly original woodcut prints.

Hours vary

The Candle Lab 412-439-4578 • thecandlelab.com • 4409 Butler St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Choose from over 110+ fragrances to create your custom candle or home fragrance product. Experiment with scent!

M-S: 11-8, Su: 12-5

Gaby Et Jules 412-682-1966 • gabyetjules.com • 5837 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15217

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.

M-F: 7-9, S-Su: 9-7

Ten Thousand Villages 412-421-2160 • tenthousandvillages.com/pittsburgh • 5820 Forbes Ave. • Pittsburgh, PA 15217

A fair trade retailer dedicated to its mission to create opportunities for artisans in developing countries through long-lasting fair trade relationships. From handmade home decor to accessories and apparel.

M, W, F-S: 10-6, T,Th: 10-8 Check with store for Holiday hours

Artifacts, 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.

M-F: 10-5, S: 10:30-4, Su: Closed

Joden World Resources 800-747-7552 • 724-458-1111 • joden.com • PO Box 589 • 144 S. Broad St. • Grove City, PA 16127

World-class antique, estate and modern jewelry. Fancy yellow diamonds, museum quality, on-premises manufacturing. Five minutes from Grove City Premium Outlets.

M-Th: 9-5, F: 9-8, S: 9-5

Linda Barnicott Pittsburgh Art and Gifts Studio 888-PITT-ART • lindabarnicott.com • 326 Turngate Dr. • Bethel Park, PA 15102

Popular Pittsburgh artist, Linda Barnicott is a painter of memories. She has been painting Pittsburgh and its surrounding area since 1989. She has a full array of prints and giftware.

Visit website or by appointment

Monmade 412-201-2450 • monmade.org

A network of regional craft businesses, maker enterprises, design-build shops and entrepreneurial artists. The network enables people to connect and collaborate with creative businesses making specialty goods with skill and heart.

Visit website

Natural Body Blends naturalbodyblends.com

Offering handmade organic and natural skin care products for both men and women. Our products are made with quality ingredients that keep your skin looking and feeling healthy all year.

Visit website

Pretzel Crazy 412-526-1300 • pretzelcrazy.com

Caramel and chocolate pretzels, colossal marshmallows in unique designs for gifts, weddings, showers. Available: pretzelcrazy.com, Soergel Orchards, Wexford; Penn Pantry, Harmony; A Fare to Remember, Gibsonia; 3 Little Birds Cafe, Glenshaw.

Visit website

Quilters Depot 412-308-6236 • quiltersdepotpa.com • 4160 Library Rd. • Pittsburgh, PA 15234

Quilt shop in the South Hills specializing in fabrics, notions, yarns, and classes. An official Handi Quilter and Brother Dealer! More than your typical quilt store!

M, W, Th, F: 10-6, T: 10-8, S: 9-3

Rossi's Pop-up Marketplace 412-824-3890 • rossispopup.com • 200 Loews Dr. • North Versailles, PA 15137

Pennsylvania's most unique discount shopping experience. Now in its 13th year. Over 85 indoor vendors and hundreds in the outdoor flea market.

S-Sun: 8-3, rain or shine

Airmall Pittsburgh 412-472-5180 • airmall.com • Pittsburgh International Airport • PO Box 12318 • Pittsburgh, PA 15231

80+ shops and restaurants all at regular mall prices… guaranteed and all at the Pittsburgh International Airport.

M-F, Su: 6-8, S: 6-7

Grove City Premium Outlets 724-748-4470 • premiumoutlets.com/grovecity • 1911 Leesburg-Grove City Rd. • Grove City, PA 16127

Shop 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. Only 50 minutes north just off I-79 North.

M-S: 10-9, Su: 10-7

The Mall at Robinson 412-788-0816 • 412-788-0836 • shoprobinsonmall.com • 100 Robinson Centre Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15205

More than 120 specialty shops, including H&M, Forever XXI, Macy's, J.C. Penney, Sears and Dick's Sporting Goods. Fifteen minutes west of downtown Pittsburgh and five minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport.

M-Th: 10-9, F-S: 10-9:30, Su: 11-6

Ross Park Mall 412-369-4401 • simon.com • 1000 Ross Park Mall Dr. • Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Minutes from Downtown, Ross Park Mall is the premier retail destination in the region with unmatched selections of both designer and affordable retailers. Over 150 specialty shops and restaurants.

M-S: 10-9, Su: 11-6

Tanger Outlets 800-405-2193 • 724-225-8435 • tangeroutlets.com/pittsburgh • 2200 Tanger Blvd. • Ste. 509 • Washington, PA 15301

Enjoy shopping at more than 80 brand name outlet stores to include H&M, Nike, Banana Republic, Under Armour, J. Crew, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Levi's, Bose, LOFT and more.

M-S: 9-9, Su: 10-7

L AWRENCEVILLE

SQUIRREL HILL

WEST END Artifacts 412-921-6544 • westendartifacts.blogspot.com • 110 S. Main St. • Pittsburgh, PA 15220

SHOPPING

DESCRIPTION

S P E C I A LT Y

MALLS/OUTLETS

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BUSINESS SERVICES BUSINESS SERVICES ADVERTISING/PUBLIC R E L ATI ONS Apple Box Studios

412-642-3971, appleboxstudios.com 1243 Penn Ave., 2nd Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222

A full-service communications firm located in downtown Pittsburgh. Since 2002, we have built our reputation on bold copywriting, top-tier design and relentless campaign execution. Elias/Savion Advertising, Public Relations and Inter@ctive 412-642-7700, elias-savion.com 625 Liberty Ave., 24th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222

A full-service, fully integrated marketing, public relations and digital agency located in the city's Cultural District. Markowitz Communications

412-977-8517, 412-577-5140 markowitzcommunications.com 158 48th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Proactive, integrated approach to marketing and public relations, from press releases to event planning, advertising campaigns to newsletters. Wheelhouse Creative LLC

304-905-6005, wheelhousecreativellc.com One Gateway Center, 420 Ft. Duquesne Blvd. Ste. 1875, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

A full-service 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.

ASSO C IAT IO N S African American Chamber of Commerce of Western PA

412-392-0610, aaccwp.com Koppers Bldg., 436 Seventh Ave., Ste. 2220 Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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 877-392-1300, 412-281-1890 AlleghenyConference.org 11 Stanwix St., 17th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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. German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 412-330-1273, gaccpit.com 625 Liberty Ave., Floor 5 Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Breakthrough promotion of trade and commerce between the western Pennsylvania region and Germany and the EU. Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce

412-856-0622, monroevillechamber.com 2790 Mosside Blvd., Ste. 715 Monroeville, PA 15146

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.

North Side Chamber of Commerce 412-231-6500 northsidechamberofcommerce.com 809 Middle St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Provides information to companies or individuals looking to visit, relocate and expand current business or looking for funding. Our mission is to help business succeed while taking pride in keeping neighborhoods viable and strong. Norwin Chamber of Commerce 724-863-0888, norwinchamber.com 321 Main St., Irwin, PA 15642

An organization to advance the economic and socio-economic interests of the Norwin area. Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association, Western Chapter 800-345-5353, 717-232-4433, prla.org 100 State St., Harrisburg, PA 17101

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 850 Beaver Grade Rd. Moon Township, PA 15108

Advocates for the growth of the Pittsburgh airport corridor and surrounding areas. Over 1,000 members, from sole proprietors to multi-national corporations.

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Pittsburgh Social Exchange

Management office of the Mad Mex, Kaya, Casbah, SOBA and Umi Restaurants and big Catering, big Burrito's off-premise catering division.

412-256-2315 pittsburghsocialexchange.com PO Box 2932, Pittsburgh, PA 15230

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. Pump - Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project

412-338-2133, pump.org 100 Ross St., Ste. 502, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Makes Pittsburgh a dynamic and diverse place giving young and young thinking people a voice and inspiring them to affect change through civic engagement, professional development, recreation and social networking. B ART E R S E RVIC ES Green Apple Barter Services

800-50-TRADE, 412-821-2900 greenapplebarter.com 2300 Babcock Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Green Apple acts as a broker and a thirdparty record keeper for companies who trade their products and services among themselves. We help businesses buy things without using cash!

Pittsburgh Employee Activities Association

B R O C H U R E F UL F IL L M EN T

Comprised of 75 companies in the Pittsburgh area. Our goal is to find discounted entertainment, such as Pirates games, Pittsburgh Ballet, various amusement parks.

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 delivers results.

412-795-7499, pgheaa.com PO Box 17123, Pittsburgh, PA 15235

Pittsburgh Film Office

888-744-3456 (FILM), 412-261-2744 pghfilm.org, 130 7th St., Ste. 202 The Century Building, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Markets the southwestern Pennsylvania region to the film industry for film, 13 0

television and related media. Also serves as a conduit for information, providing vendor and crew listings and other services.

CTM Media Group

330-294-5712, ctmmediagroup.com 165 Osceola Ave., Tallmadge, OH 44278

big Burrito Restaurant Group/ big Burrito Catering

412-361-3272, bigburrito.com 5740 Baum Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Common Plea Catering

412-281-5140, commonplea-catering.com 2945 Smallman St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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 David L. Lawrence Convention Center 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd. Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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! C OM PUTER AN D N ETWORK S UPPORT S ERVIC ES Netserve365, LLC

800-504-4876, 412-773-7800 netserve365.com 1000 Cliff Mine Rd., Ste. 520 Pittsburgh, PA 15275

We are a 24-hour managed service technology provider. DIREC T S OC IAL S ERVIC E PROVIDER Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh 412-227-4802, ulpgh.org 610 Wood St., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.


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BUSINESS SERVICES G RA PHIC DESIGN ocreations LLC

412-759-3181, ocreations.com 19 Bedford Square, Ste. 200 Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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. Paula Lysy Designs Inc.

412-580-4965, paulalysydesigns.com 1026 Crucible St., Pittsburgh, PA 15220

A boutique makers studio, PLD specializes in creative original design solutions for corporate clients, non-profits, event planners, start-ups, etc. Printed, web and dimensional art development. I NSURA NCE Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

412-920-4122, ajg.com Four Gateway Center, 8th Floor 444 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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.

DeLuca, Ricciuti & Konieczka

412-281-6869, drkattorneys.com 225 Ross St., 4th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Experienced and dedicated Pittsburgh criminal defense attorneys. We are here for you every step of the way. Contact us today for a free consultation of your legal options.

Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC 412-566-6000, eckertseamans.com 600 Grant St., 44th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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. Worgul Law Firm LLC

412-281-2146 pittsburghcriminalattorney.com 429 4th Ave., Ste. 1700, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

We are a Pittsburgh-based criminal defense and DUI law firm successfully defending our clients against everything from felony charges to underage drinking. M A RK E T IN G

Henderson Brothers

Campos Inc.

Manages the insurance and financial services for thousands of individuals, as well as leading corporations, small businesses and nonprofit organizations, both locally and nationwide.

A research and strategy firm that provides a complete spectrum of marketing and business planning services to clients.

412-261-1842, hendersonbrothers.com 920 Fort Duquesne Blvd. Pittsburgh, PA 15222

LAW FIRMS Bogatay Family Law, LLC

412-471-5100, pittsburghfamilylawfirm.com 429 4th Ave., Ste. 1702, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Bogatay Family Law is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but provides a wide-range of family law services to people living throughout Southwest Pennsylvania.

412-471-8484 x512, campos.com 216 Blvd. of the Allies, Ste. 500 Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Travel Savings Dollars

724-969-0215, delprincemarketing.com 1116 Moccasin Dr., McMurray, PA 15317

Exclusive provider of THE HOTEL CARD. Providing employee enrichment, customer acquisition and behavior modification programs to business to business and business to consumer industries. Only gift card sold at 50% less than face value.

ME D I A NEXTpittsburgh

412-779-1200, nextpittsburgh.com 84 Waterfront Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The must-read online magazine about the people driving change and all the cool and innovative things happening in Pittsburgh. Subscribe to get it weekly! WPXI-TV

800-237-WPXI, 412-237-1100, wpxi.com 4145 Evergreen Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15214

WPXI-TV Channel 11, the NBC affiliate, provides coverage you can count on in the Pittsburgh area on TV, WPXI.com, WPXI Mobile, PCNC. Download Apps: news, weather, wake up, traffic, fireworks. MU LT I - ME D I A Penn Film Group

412-508-5980, pennfilmgroup.com 2740 Smallman St., Ste. 200 Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Penn Film Group is a multi-media, motion picture company that specializes in the development, production and marketing of feature films, television, documentaries, animation and gaming dedicated to the Pittsburgh market. NON-PROFIT O R GAN I Z AT I O N S GlobalPittsburgh

412-392-4513, 412-720-2218 globalpittsburgh.org 305 34th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

InvolveMINT

412-320-3555, involvemint.co 744 E. Warrington Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15210

'Volunteer! Earn! Redeem! involveMINT enables volunteers to earn credits that can be spent for discounts, services and offers at local businesses. Download the app for Android and iPhone today!' Pittsburgh Cares

412-471-2114, pittsburghcares.org 3505 Butler St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Works to advance the culture of volunteerism and civic engagement in the Pittsburgh region. We provide opportunities for adults, youth and businesses to get involved and give back. Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership 412-566-4190, downtownpittsburgh.com Ewart Bldg., 925 Liberty Ave., 4th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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 307 Fourth Ave., Ste. 1500 Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Affects decision making in the Pittsburgh region to integrate economic prosperity, social equity and environmental quality, bringing sustainable solutions to communities and businesses.

Boosts international connections in the Pittsburgh region and around the world through member activities and hosting programs.

PAC KIN G/S HIPPIN G

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council

Life’s Work increases quality of life of persons with disabilities and others with barriers to employment through productive employment opportunities. With limited resources, Life’s Work can be an extension of your team!

412-391-2060, pittsburghartscouncil.org 707 Penn Ave., 2nd Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222

GPAC drives key professional, political and financial support for the arts. As a member organization comprised of non-profits and artists, GPAC provides grants, advocacy, professional development and resources that lift our arts and culture community.

Life’s Work of Western PA

412-471-2600 x261, lifesworkwpa.org 1323 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15219

PRIVATE C LUBS Edgewood Country Club

412-823-7300, eccgolf.com 100 Churchill Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15235

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. PURVEYORS Natrona Bottling Company

724-224-9224, natronabottling.com 91 River Rd., Natrona, PA 15065

Has been producing glass bottled soda-pop for over a century. Using vintage machinery and methods, our sodas are made using only cane sugar. Drink Red Ribbon!

RELOCATION ACADEM IC IN STITUTION S Carnegie Mellon University

412-268-2082, cmu.edu 5000 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213

CMU, an internationally renowned research university with more than 13,000 students, excels in the fields of artificial intelligence, performing arts, brain science, technology-enhanced learning, cyber security and robotics, among others. Chatham University

412-365-1825, 412-365-1100, chatham.edu Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15232

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.

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RELOCATION Community College of Allegheny County

Robert Morris University

CCAC is a nationally renowned twoyear college dedicated to serving the community through 160 degree, certificate, diploma and transfer programs as well as noncredit and workforce development courses.

Robert Morris University is committed to changing lives of its students. RMU offers doctoral, master's, bachelor's and professional certification programs online, Downtown, and at our 230-acre residential suburban campus.

412-237-3100, ccac.edu 800 Allegheny Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

412-397-5296, rmu.edu 6001 University Blvd. Moon Township, PA 15108

Duquesne University

University of Pittsburgh

A nationally ranked, top-tier Catholic University in the Spiritan tradition, Duquesne provides undergraduate, graduate and professional practice degree programs that integrate rigorous academics, ethical development and a commitment to service.

Internationally recognized center of learning and research and the second largest employer in the city, Pitt's presence generates some $1.7 billion in local business volume annually in Allegheny County.

La Roche College

724-627-8191, 800-225-7393 waynesburg.edu 51 West College St., Waynesburg, PA 15370

800-456-0590, 412-396-6222, duq.edu 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15282

800-838-4LRC, 412-536-1272, laroche.edu 9000 Babcock Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15237

A private, Catholic, coeducational, fouryear college in suburban Pittsburgh, PA, that offers a host of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Pittsburgh Technical College

800-784-9675, 412-809-5305, ptcollege.edu 1111 McKee Rd., Oakdale, PA 15071

Private, post-secondary career college offering associate degree and certificate programs in business, computer/technical, design, medical and travel/hospitality fields. Point Park University

412-391-4100, pointpark.edu 201 Wood St., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Independent, four-year institution downtown with more than 4,100 students, approximately 100 undergraduate majors, concentrations and graduate programs (online, on-ground and hybrid).

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412-624-4141, pitt.edu 4200 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Waynesburg University

A private Christian university in southwestern Pennsylvania, providing a valuable, personal and hands-on educational experience that prepares undergraduate and graduate students for lives of purpose. A PA RT M E N T RE N TA LS Apartment Rental Guide

412-914-0444, 412-841-3183 rentalguidepittsburgh.com PO Box 16486, Pittsburgh, PA 15242

A magazine showcasing apartments and townhomes, corporate and short term housing, throughout the Pittsburgh area. Call for your free magazine or visit us online. Arsenal 201

412-500-9201, arsenal201.com 185-39th St., Management Office Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Pittsburgh's newest luxury community offering eco-suites, studios, 1- 2- and 3-bedroom apartment homes, along with an amenity package that can't be matched.

Morgan Communities

412-361-0200, morgancommunities.com 6105 Spirit St., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

In the Pittsburgh region, Morgan Communities is proud to offer 17 properties totaling over 4,000 units of quality living throughout the area at exceptional value and unique style. Morrow Park City Apartments

412-668-8030, morrowparkcityapts.com 5250 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Located in Bloomfield on the border of Shadyside, Morrow Park City Apartments offers over 40 floor plans. Apartments feature sexy bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-style flooring, washer/ dryer in unit. SouthSide Works City Apartments

412-226-0227, southsideworkscityapts.com 2626 South Tunnel Blvd. Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Offers over 40 floor plans. Apartments feature sexy bathrooms, washer/dryer in unit, floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-style flooring and granite countertops. Walnut Capital

412-683-3810, walnutcapital.com 5500 Walnut St., Ste. 200 Pittsburgh, PA 15232

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. B AN KS Citizens Bank

800-922-9999, 412-867-2000 citizensbank.com 525 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Citizen Bank of Pennsylvania is a statechartered bank with headquarters in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia with 375 branches and 1,001 ATMs. It is a subsidiary of RBS Citizens Financial Group, Inc.

Dollar Bank

800-242-BANK, 412-261-2265 dollarbank.com 3 Gateway Center, 401 Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15222

The nation's largest independent mutual bank, Dollar Bank is a full-service, regional bank committed to providing the highest quality of services to individuals and businesses for over 160 years. The PNC Financial Services Group 800-762-2265, pnc.com The Tower at PNC Plaza 300 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

PNC offers a wide range of services to our customers in 34 markets across 19 states, including Retail Banking, Asset Management, Corporate and Institutional Banking and Residential Mortgage Banking. C O O KI N G C L AS S ES / S C H O O LS Gaynor's School of Cooking

412-325-2703, gaynorsschoolofcooking.com 309 East Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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. C O R P O R AT I O N S Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc.

412-829-8656, bpmionline.com 3500 Technology Dr., Monroeville, PA 15146

Nearly 60-year heritage in the design, development, procurement and support of nuclear reactor plant equipment for the Naval Nuclear Program. Comcast Business

855-564-1060, business.comcast.com 15 Summit Park Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15275

Comcast Business is built for business, offering Ethernet, Internet, Wi-Fi, Voice, TV and managed enterprise solutions to help organizations of all sizes transform their business.

PPG

412-434-3131, ppg.com One PPG Place, 36th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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. GYM S /HEALTH AN D WEL L N ES S Ascend Pittsburgh

412-745-2141, ascendpgh.com 2141 Mary St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203

An indoor climbing gym featuring climbing, fitness, yoga, child watch, concessions, locker rooms with showers and social spaces, all housed in a bright and spacious second floor space. Peace, Love & Zen Holistic Wellness Center

412-661-0777, peaceloveandzen.com 6023 Broad St., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Peace, Love and Zen, a women-veteran owned business, is an integrative/ complementary medicine facility and home to Western Pennsylvania's only Himalayan Salt Cave. Pittsburgh Alternative Health, Inc. 412-563-1600 pittsburghalternativehealth.com 20 Cedar Blvd., Ste. 303 Pittsburgh, PA 15228

A holistic health center where we teach health and observe restoration. Our focus is to provide health answers through personalized analysis combined with an individualized program. HEALTH CARE Gateway Health

412-255-4640, gatewayhealthplan.com 444 Liberty Ave., Ste. 2100 Four Gateway Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Managed care organization. Medicare for medical assistance population.


CONVENTION/MEETING & EVENT SERVICES

RELOCATION Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

412-544-4032, highmark.com 120 Fifth Ave., Ste. 1737, Pittsburgh 15222

Health care and employee benefits products. UPMC Health Plan

412-454-5289, upmc.edu 600 Grant St., 25th Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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. H O ME BUILDERS Heartland Homes

724-949-0079, HeartlandLuxuryHomes.com One Penn Center West, Ste. 300 Pittsburgh, PA 15276

For over 25 years, we're passionately committed to building luxury homes of the highest quality and providing exceptional customer care. Exceeding your expectations throughout every step of the homebuilding experience. H O USES OF WOR SH IP Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation 412-471-4443 810 5th Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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. P UBLICATIONS/VISITO R I NFORMATION/WE B SIT E S HotelCoupons.com

800-222-3948, travelmediagroup.com 851 Trafalgar Ct., Ste. 400 E Maitland, FL 32751

HotelCoupons.com is the nation's leading resource for deeply discounted room rates and hotel coupons. Available on mobile apps, online, and in print guides throughout PA and nationwide.

Where & When, Pennsylvania's Travel Guide

800-800-1833, 717-492-2544 whereandwhen.com, PO Box 500 1425 West Main St., Mount Joy, PA 17552

Free quarterly Pennsylvania travel guide featuring hundreds of unique events, attractions and interesting regional features. Available at more than 800 locations, through subscription and on whereandwhen.com.

production companies, with operations centered in the major shale formations of the Appalachian basin. Peoples Natural Gas

800-764-0111, peoples-gas.com 375 North Shore Dr., Ste. 600 Pittsburgh, PA 15212

RE LO CAT ION & R E AL E STAT E SE RVI C E S

Provides safe utility service to 420,000 homes and businesses throughout Western Pennsylvania. Our vision is to help Western Pennsylvania move forward by supporting economic development in the region.

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

WGL Energy

800-860-SOLD, 412-367-8028 thepreferredrealty.com 9401 McKnight Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15237

844-427-5945, 703-333-3900 wglenergy.com, 707 Grant St., Ste. 3630 Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Provides quality real estate services to Southwestern Pennsylvania. Locally owned and operated, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty has 18 offices and 750+ sales professionals.

Delivers a full energy spectrum including electricity, natural gas, renewable energy, carbon reduction, distributed generation and energy efficiency. We are a subsidiary of WGL Holdings - NYSE: WGL.

FAROS Properties/Nova Place

CONVENTION/ MEETING & EVENT SERVICES

412-224-5252, novaplace.com 100 S. Commons, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Nova Place is a 30-acre mixed-use urban redevelopment project located on Pittsburgh's historic North Side, brought to you by Faros Properties. Moderna Relocation

412-535-2616, moderna.us 5800 Elgin St., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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. UT IL IT IE S CONSOL Energy

724-485-4000, consolenergy.com 1000 CONSOL Energy Dr. Canonsburg, PA 15317

A Pittsburgh-based energy producer, and one of the largest independent natural gas exploration, development and

AU D I O -VI S UAL S E RVI C E S / VI D E O P R O D U C T I O N Audio Visual Production Solutions 800-704-3655, 636-978-1005 x101 av-ps.com 820 Midpoint Dr., O'Fallon, MO 66336

Audio Visual Production Solutions providing audio visual and computer rental equipment to the Pittsburgh and surrounding areas for over 15 years. Benack Sound Productions, Inc. 412-653-9950, BSPro.com 97 Terence Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15236

Complete audio/visual and tradeshow contractor, specializing in large screen projection, sound reinforcement, video projection, breakout rooms and exhibit booths.

HEAR Corp

412-761-0319, hearcorp.com 2900 Stayton St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Provides audiovisual, lighting, video and production services to the PA/OH/WV region and beyond. Call on us for Concert Audio, Corporate AV, Documentation, Design Services and more. HM Media

412-277-7472, hm-media.net 108 Oakwood Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15229

A cutting-edge technology services provider based in the greater Pittsburgh area. We service clients throughout the continental United States. Hughie's Event Production Services 412-621-1220, Hughies.com 26 39th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Complete live event design and production resource featuring state-ofthe-art audio-visual, lighting, pro-audio, soft goods, decor, rigging, staging and roof systems for any type of event. MediaQuest

877-494-0350, 412-921-3360, mediaquest.biz 1020 Alcon St., Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Meeting and event specialists! Providing creative and technical support, audio and video equipment, stage design, lighting, sounds reinforcement and video production for your conference and special events. B ALLOON S Airheads Balloon Art Inc.

866-4-AIRHEADS, 412-793-7144 AirheadsBalloonArt.com 322 Mall Blvd., Ste. 191, Monroeville, PA 15146

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.

CARICATURE ARTISTS Caricatures by M.C. Sturman

412-725-9614, 412-513-5341 http://mcsturman.tripod.com PO Box 79009, Pittsburgh, PA 15216

Fun entertainment and lasting keepsakes for any event from black-tie galas to backyard barbecues. Professional caricaturist since 1984. Face painting also available. Caricatures by Vince Ornato

412-321-3508, idrawfaces.com 515 Avery St., 2nd Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Something new! Caricatures guaranteed to draw attention to your convention booth! Fun entertainment and free souvenir for your promotion or party! I've drawn 100,000 people in 34 years! Call now! C OM PUTER S ERVIC ES & REN TAL S Micro Rental Service

412-487-5226, mrsmmc.com 4390 Route 8, Allison Park, PA 15101

The tri-state's oldest and largest personal computer, A/V equipment, copiers, projectors and screens, providing a complete line of the most up-to-date equipment available. C ON VEN TION DEC ORATORS /DIS PL AY S ERVIC ES C-1 Trade Show Services

724-260-5576, C1tradeshowservices.com 182 Delaware Trail, Venetia, PA 15367

A full-service general trade show contractor for events of any size. We provide all of your trade show needs and guaranteed to bring fresh ideas while working within your budget. Carpenter Connection

412-881-3900, carpconn.com 901 Killarney Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15234

A nationally recognized exhibit company specializing in the design and fabrication of trade show, museum and showroom exhibits. Installation and dismantling services.

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CONVENTION/MEETING & EVENT SERVICES Fern

888-621-3376, 614-253-1500, fernexpo.com 1500 Old Leonard Ave., Columbus, OH 43219

Leading national exposition service contractor, decorator since 1909 serving more than 1,500 expositions and events held annually throughout the United States and Canada ... EXPERIENCE FERN Refresh|Renew|Reinvent. Paramount Convention Services 800-883-6578, paramountcs.com 150 54th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

A full-service exposition contractor providing local and exhibit nationwide services for over 20 years. Exhibit booth, freight handling, labor and furnishings. Speedpro Imaging

724-591-5486, speedpropghnorth.com 404 Commerce Park Dr. Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Exhibit experts! Speedpro Imaging is your full-service exhibit partner. We offer a complete line of trade show solutions with impressive graphics that maximize the return on your advertising investment. Stetson Convention Services, Inc. 412-223-1090, stetsonexpo.com 2900 Stayton St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Full-service contractor and decorator headquartered in Pittsburgh. Stetson provides pipe/drape, booth equipment, exhibitor services, drayage, graphics/ signage, exhibit/event design, poster boards and carpeting. Accelerating in sustainable and original event concepts. COU R I ER/ M ESSENGER SERV ICES Jet Messenger Service Inc.

412-471-4722, jetrush.com 800 Vinial St., Ste. B309, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

We serve Pittsburgh and the surrounding area with same-day rush delivery service. From truckload to envelope, we will handle your delivery needs.

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C USTO M SC RE E N PRIN T IN G / E M B ROID E RY 3E Studios, LLC

412-251-0880, 3estudios.com 1310 Western Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Provides professional retail and wholesale custom screen printing and embroidery to local and national markets. Professional decoration, quick turn-around times, promotional materials and event support. DE C O RAT IO N S/ PRO P S The Prop Shop

412-441-8936, partyprops.com 1012 Washington Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Thematic prop rental for conventions, trade booths and corporate events. Medieval to high-tech futuristic with a 48' round glow bar and nightclub theme in between. Specializing in lit bars and lounge furniture. E N T E RTA IN M E N T / B O O K IN G AG E N TS Entertainment Unlimited

412-343-7700, entertainmentunlimited.com 1701 Banksville Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15216

50 years of experience. Specializing in corporate events, interactive games and team building. We offer casino games, game shows, tribute acts, themed events, musical entertainment, strolling performers. Guarino Group Productions

412-600-6171, guarinogroup.com

Offering a wide variety of business services to assist clients with planning and promoting events and providing entertainment for weddings and special functions in the Pittsburgh area. Moxie Photo Booth

412-552-3127, moxiephotobooth.com PO Box 275, Southwest, PA 15685

With multiple kinds of booths, fun assortment of props, new ways to share, and the best DJ's to make any event a POWERFUL one, Moxie Photo Booth is your #1 source for quality, professional entertainment!

North Star Kids, Inc.

Eventful Event Producers

Presents The Spirit of Broadway a spectacular song and dance review. Credits: Celine Dion, Kelly Clarkson, NY and Disney Touring Companies. Standing ovation guaranteed!

Full-service planning for corporate and non-profit events. We take a complete approach to planning and production, design, logistics, decor and vendor management. We customize your event for the most successful outcome possible.

412-366-6610, northstarkids.org PO Box 159, Ingomar, PA 15127

Seth Neustein - Comedian, Magician & Speaker

412-336-8330, sethneustein.com

Magician Seth Neustein livens up events! His fun, clean, interactive presentation makes a positive impression on your guests. Seth's show is a great exclamation point to make your event special! 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. E VE N T & ME E T I N G P LAN N I N G S E RVI C E S Bour Associates

412-780-7802, 1735 E. Carson St., #338 Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Full-service event planning from concept to execution. Festivals, scientific meetings, retreats, workshops, awards banquets, fundraisers. We do it all; we do it well. On schedule, within budget. Experienced fundraiser. The Event Group

412-441-9811, eventgroupproductions.com 1008 Washington Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

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

412-901-0082, eventfulpittsburgh.com

Ida D'Errico Associates LLC 724-260-5331, idaderrico.com 37 McMurray Rd., Ste. 202 Pittsburgh, PA 15241

A comprehensive full-service event production, planning, marketing, advertising, branding, sponsorship,fundraising and public relations company, providing more than 30 years experience, unique creative vision, detailed execution and incomparable highly successful results. LionHeart Event Group, LLC

412-841-2508, lionhearteventgroup.com PO Box 11025, Pittsburgh, PA 15237

A full-service event management and production company specializing in outdoor festivals. LionHeart’s range of services include logistics and operational support, vendor coordination, staffing, location scouting and more. LUXE Creative

412-904-3117, luxecompanies.com 201 North Braddock Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15208

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 and brand activations. Society Romance

786-475-7981, societyromance.com PO Box 4810, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33338

Pittsburgh's first marriage proposal/ romantic experience planning company. From beginning to end, Society Romance orchestrates completely unique, romantic experiences for your dream date, marriage proposal or Random Act of Romance.

VenueSpec

412-728-6112, venuespec.net 103 Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh, PA 15238

A website designed to help make site surveys easier for both venue and event professionals.

EVEN T & M EETIN G VEN UES Carnegie Mellon University CONVENTION SERVICES-CONFERENCES 800-590-4139, 412-268-1125 cmu.edu/conferences University Center LL85, 5000 Forbes Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Experience Carnegie Mellon University with 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. Children's Museum of Pittsburgh 412-322-5058 x211, pittsburghkids.org 10 Children's Way, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Your guests are sure to enjoy the magnificence of the Big Red Room, one or two of the Museum's exhibit areas including the Studio, Garage and Theater - or an evening in the entire Museum. David L. Lawrence Convention Center 412-565-6000, pittsburghcc.com 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd. Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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 100 Churchill Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15235

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.


CONVENTION/MEETING & EVENT SERVICES Energy Innovation Center

412-894-9800, eicpittsburgh.org 1435 Bedford Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15219

A LEED-Platinum Certified beacon for clean, efficient and sustainable energy solutions and technologies. The building hosts business-related events, meetings, presentations and workshops that are aligned to our mission/vision. Gateway Clipper

412-355-7980, gatewayclipper.com 350 W. Station Square Dr. Pittsburgh, PA 15219

The region’s most unique place for your meeting or special celebrations. Customized menus, itineraries and entertainment. We are the location for fabulous events! Petersen Events Center

412-648-3054, peterseneventscenter.com 3719 Terrace St., Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Pittsburgh's most versatile arena and conference center, accommodating five15,000 for meetings and events. Home of The University of Pittsburgh Panthers. The Prop Shop

412-441-8936, partyprops.com 1012 Washington Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Pittsburgh’s newest and coolest party venue. Rent this funky venue and get over $100,000 in décor at no extra charge. The Regional Learning Alliance

724-741-1067, 724-741-1000, therla.org 850 Cranberry Woods Cranberry Township, PA 16066

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. University Club at University of Pittsburgh

412-648-8213, uc.pitt.edu 123 University Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15260

The premier Pittsburgh venue! Allow our on-site staff to provide you with a seamless planning experience and a memorable time for your guests.

EVENT & PARTY SUPPLIES/ RENTALS/LINENS All Occasions Party Rental

877-788-8100, 724-745-1500, allparty.com 72 Wilson Rd., Eighty Four, PA 15330

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

877-901-0000, 412-809-8100 eventsource.com 4047 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Provides an extensive in-stock line of the finest rental products to customize any size event. Signature service is marked by accuracy, efficiency and 35+ years of industry expertise. The HUGE Chair Company

412-491-7225, thehugechair.com 99 Earlwood Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15235

The HUGE chair is all about FUN! We will design a spectacular chair that will stop people, and instantly climb in the chair, upload images and promote YOUR company for you! The Prop Shop

412-441-8936, partyprops.com 1012 Washington Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Pittsburgh’s newest and coolest party venue. Rent this funky venue and get over $100,000 in décor at no extra charge. FIRE WO RK S Pyrotecnico

724-652-9555, pyrotecnico.com PO Box 149, New Castle, PA 16103

The recognized leader as an innovative full-service firework, special effects and laser show production company.

Zambelli Fireworks Manufacturing Co. Inc.

800-245-0397, 724-658-6611 Thornhill Industrial Park 120 Marshall Dr., Warrendale, PA 15086

America's leading manufacturer and premier exhibitor of fireworks displays. Spectacular custom-designed indoor and outdoor productions. Electrically choreographed to music and lasers. F LO R I STS /P LAN T R E N TALS Jim Ludwig's Blumengarten Florist

800-BLUMEN-5, 412-281-3322, blumen.com 2650 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

We cater to business accounts and conventions. Call us for floral arrangements, plants and our Taste of Pittsburgh gift baskets. We rent plants! Convenient to downtown and the Convention Center. G I F T B AS KE TS & AME N I T Y I T E MS A Basket of Pittsburgh

800-608-4400, 412-221-4406 basketofpittsburgh.com 210 Bilmar Dr., Ste. B, Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Specialty gift baskets featuring products from Pittsburgh vendors. From birthday gifts to welcome baskets, A Basket of Pittsburgh has the gift for every occasion. Local delivery and worldwide shipping available! A.G. Trimble Company

412-563-4090, agtrimble.com 801 McNeilly Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15226

In business since 1913, the A.G. Trimble Co. sells a wide range of imprinted promotional products. We can also fulfill your flag, flagpole and banner needs. CPI Creative

412-782-2675, cpicreative.com 336 1st St., Pittsburgh, PA 15215

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.

I N T E R PRETERS / S I G N LAN GUAGE Center for Hearing & Deaf Services, Inc. (HDS)

412-281-1375, hdscenter.org 1945 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15219

HDS provides professional interpreters for American Sign Language (ASL) and foreign languages. Interpreters are on call 24/7 every day of the year, including holidays. LI G H TIN G & S P E C IALTY L AS ER Emerald Owl Productions, Inc.

412-713-6517, emeraldowlproductions.com PO Box 4192, Pittsburgh, PA 15202

Customized professional laser shows, glow in the dark parties/sports, lighting, sound. Outdoor/Indoor. Perfect for night in park, gymnasium, festival, customer appreciation night or conference. Fundraising division for schools and non-profits. Vincent Lighting Systems

800-922-5356, 216-475-7600, vls.com 920 Vista Park Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Specializing in enhancing events through lighting. Providing lighting equipment rental, design services, production management, event consulting and equipment training. PAC KIN G/S HIPPIN G Life’sWork of Western PA

412-471-2600 x261, lifesworkwpa.org 1323 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Life’sWork 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! P H OTO GRAPHERS Glory Days Photography

866-344-4343, 724-453-0130 glorydaysphoto.net 408 East Grandview Ave. Zelienople, PA 16063

in corporate events, meetings and conventions using state-of-the-art technology. Jack Wolf Photography

412-963-7915, jackwolfphotography.com 1546 Powers Run Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Jack Wolf specializes in corporate event work and location photography. Will work within all budgets. MD Photography

412-216-5807, imagesbymd.com 142 Koegler Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15227

Photography services for special events, corporate events, conventions and meetings using current digital technology. Professional, experienced and dependable. Photographing events since 1985. PRIN TERS AN D C OPYIN G S ERVIC ES ColorPerfect Printing

412-288-2525, colorperfectprinting.com 804 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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 inhouse graphic design team. Knepper Press

724-899-4219, knepperpress.com 2251 Sweeney Dr., Clinton, PA 15026

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. Print Tech

412-963-1500, printtechofwpa.com 250 Alpha Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15238

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!

Digital photography studio with onsite printing capabilities. Specializing

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CONVENTION/MEETING & EVENT SERVICES RR Donnelley Printing

412-241-8200, rrdonnelley.com 218 North Braddock Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15208

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. SI GNS & BA NNERS Airborne Promotions, LLC

412-401-8102, 1020 W. Saw Mill Run Blvd. Pittsburgh, PA 15220

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! R.A. Palmer Products Co. Inc.

800-527-5971, 412-823-5971 palmerproducts.com 2808 Broadway Blvd., Monroeville, PA 15146

For over 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. Vital Signs

412-494-3327, 412-494-3308 vitalsignspgh.com 2812 Idlewood Rd., Carnegie, PA 15106

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! Warren Associates

412-766-5757, warrenassociates.com 2901 Brighton Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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.

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SPE A K E RS & T RA IN E R S / SPE C IA L PROG RA M S Guest Service Solutions

303-506-7876, guestss.com 3184 Canterbury Dr., Allison Park, PA 15101

For your next event, think inspired customer service. Remarkable business achievement. We deliver creative, engaging and customized keynote speeches, customer service workshops, webinars, sidekick coaching, mystery shopping and management consulting solutions. “Use All The Crayons�

724-961-2558, chrisrodell.com 874 Solomon Temple Rd., Latrobe, PA 15650

The "Use All The Crayons!" keynote will uplift and entertain every conference attendee. Imbued with the kind of humor and bedrock wisdom sure to resonate far into the future. T E M PO RA RY/ C L E RICA L SUPPORT Stivers Staffing Services 412-566-2020, stivers.com Ste. 1000, 960 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Selection and placement of temporary office workers. We can staff all of your convention needs, ranging from administrative assistant/clerical, registration to special assignments. T RA DE SH OW S INPEX - The Invention Show

888-544-6739, 412-288-1343, inpex.com 217 Ninth St., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

INPEX, the Invention and New Product Exposition, is America's largest invention trade show. INPEX provides a forum for inventors to exhibit their inventions and attempt to make contacts with companies interested in licensing, marketing or manufacturing new products.

TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION AI R P O RTS Pittsburgh International Airport 412-472-3525, flypittsburgh.com PO Box 12370, Landside Terminal Allegheny County Airport Authority Pittsburgh, PA 15231

Pittsburgh International Airport serves more than eight million passengers annually and offers flights to nearly 70 nonstop destinations on 16 carriers. B U S PAS S E N G E R T R AN S P O RTAT I O N Megabus.com

201-225-7539, 877-462-6342, megabus.com 349 First St., Elizabeth, NJ 07206

Offers safe, convenient, affordable daily express services from $1.00 between 60 cities in North America with free WiFi, power outlets, reclining seats on doubledecker and single-deck buses. CAB S E RVI C E Checker Cab

412-777-7777 1101 Beaver Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

A unique transportation service with owner/operator drivers. City Cab

412-777-7777, pghtrans.com 1101 Beaver Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Servicing Downtown, Oakland, South Side, North Shore. The black and white taxis are easily recognizable and may be hailed by passengers. No airport service. zTrip Taxi

412-777-7777, ztrip.com 1101 Beaver Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

zTrip taxi: call 412-777-7777 or hail on the street or download the zTrip app. The app also offers Black Car service. No surge pricing. Book for now or later.

GROUND T R AN S P O RTATION / C O N T R AC T S ERVIC ES Anderson Coach & Travel

800-345-3435, 724-588-8310 GoAnderson.com One Anderson Plaza, Greenville, PA 16125

Deluxe motorcoach transportation, shuttle services and tour packages. With 78 years of experience, we can secure your convention's success! Antique Coach Excursions Ltd.

724-947-5676, 724-947-9000 antiquecoachexcursions.com 1199 Eldersville Rd., Burgettstown, PA 15021

Our antique 1957/1969 coaches offer unique, historic group transportationcorporate outings, tours, charters, weddings, reunions. Fully restored, up to 50-seat capacity, free onboard sound system; rental available for projection/ translation devices. DeBolt Event Transportation

800-433-2658, 412-461-9125 deboltunlimited.com 318 E. Eighth Ave., Homestead, PA 15120

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 nationwide. First Student Charter Bus

412-431-8747, 855-272-3222 firstcharterbus.com 150 S. 24th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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! Lenzner Coach Lines/Coach USA

800-342-2349, 412-761-7000, coachride.com 110 Lenzner Court, Sewickley, PA 15143

Transportation specialist. Motorcoach charter local and long distance, mini buses, 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

412-322-8507, 412-444-4444, pghtrans.com 1825 Liverpool St., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Buses, vans, wheelchair equipment, luxury vehicles, sedans, SUVs, zTrip Taxi, zTrip Black Car, SuperShuttle, ExecuCar, Pittsburgh Tours & More, PA Brew Tours. Pittsburgh Transportation Group Charter Services

412-322-8507, pghtrans.com 1825 Liverpool St., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Offers a wide variety of transportation options in all bus sizes, including wheelchair accessible. Group outings, tours, conventions, special events, corporate. Pittsburgh Transportation Group Contract Shuttle

412-444-4444, 412-322-8507, pghtrans.com 1825 Liverpool St., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Offers a wide variety of transportation options in all bus sizes, including wheel chair accessible. Daily, weekly, long or short-term service. SuperShuttle

800-BLUE-VAN, 412-322-8507 (group) supershuttle.com 1825 Liverpool St., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Shared ride or non-stop service between Pittsburgh Airport and Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Indiana, Washington and Westmoreland Counties. Airline rewards on major airlines. 1-800-Blue-Van (258-3826), supershuttle.com or use the SuperShuttle app! L IM OUS IN E & S EDAN S ERVIC ES All Star Limousines Worldwide Transportation

888-546-6161, 412-481-4000 allstarlimos.com 910 Brownsville Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15210

Services include airport transportation, corporate shuttle and special events. Diversified fleet of meticulously maintained vehicles. We can accommodate any size group.


TRANSPORTATION Elite Coach Limousine, Inc.

800-488-7775, 724-325-2626 elite-corporation.com 2549 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Complete transportation for any occasion. Sedans, limousines, VIP coaches, SUV limousines. Call us for all of your transportation needs. ExecuCar/zTrip Black Car

412-444-4444, pghtrans.com 1825 Liverpool St., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

Luxury Sedans & SUVs for airport or point-to-point - 24/7- book via phone, web or zTrip app (no surge pricing!). Earn airline rewards for airport trips. Regency Global Transportation Group, Ltd.

800-397-0071, 412-321-6800 regencytransportation.com 1411 Beaver Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233

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. Star Transportation Group

724-776-0044, startransportationgroup.com 150 South 22nd St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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. PARKING INFORMAT IO N Alco Parking Corporation

Pittsburgh Parking Authority

412-560-7275, pittsburghparking.com 232 Blvd. of the Allies, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Invites you to park at one of our secure, well-lit, conveniently located Downtown garages. Call 412-560-PARK for more information. PUB L IC T RA N S P O RTAT I O N T Light Rail Transit/Subway

412-442-2000, portauthority.org 345 Sixth Ave., 3rd Floor Port Authority of Allegheny County Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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. RA IL PASSE N G E R T RA N SPORTAT I O N

ACCORDING TO

HISTORY & LEGEND Since the early 1800s, 19 Bedford Square has been a part of Pittsburgh’s South Side community, serving as:

URBAN housing CIVIL WAR MEDICAL OFFICE SAloon & Hotel POULTRY SHOP MOVIE SETS BOUTIQUE DESIGN AGENCY

Amtrak

800-872-7245, 412-471-6171, amtrak.com 1100 Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Amtrak is the only rail passenger carrier with service to over 500 destinations in the U.S. and Canada. Daily service to New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Chicago.

bedford square, july 8, 1910

ocreations is proud to be a part of historic Bedford Square & Pittsburgh's marketing history.

800-803-1198, 412-323-4455 alcoparking.com DL Clark Bldg., 501 Martindale St. Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Parking stations and garages. All phases of parking management, leasing and consulting. Garage locations: downtown, North Shore, SouthSide Works, Oakland and Pittsburgh International Airport.

Branding & Logo Design Website/Webmail Design & Programming Publications & Print Promotions

Signage, Vehicle, & Outdoor Advertising Package Design & Production Marketing & advertising

Timeless & Transformative Design

19 bedford square × suite 200 × pittsburgh, pa 15203 × 412.759.3181 × ocreations.com 137


INDEX

Thank you to all of our advertisers (Bold page numbers)

Audio Visual Production Solutions

133

Buca di Beppo

August Henry's City Saloon

120

123

Colony Café

124

ColorPerfect Printing

135

August Wilson Center for African American Culture

113

Bulgarian Macedonian National Educational & Cultural Center

113

Comcast Business

134

Autumn

127

Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour

112

Comfort Inn McKnight Road

116

707 & 709 Penn Gallery

113

Backstage Bar at Theater Square

120

Bushy Run Battlefield

108

Common Plea Catering

130

A Basket of Pittsburgh

135

The Battlegrounds

112

A Perfectly Pittsburgh Tour

112

Bayernholf Museum

113

Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau

A.G. Trimble Company

135

Bear Run Campground & Cabins

119

117

Beaver County Tourism

3E Studios, LLC

Ace Hotel Pittsburgh

73, 114

Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc.

132

130

Beehive Coffee House

124

Airborne Promotions, LLC

136

Bella Vista Ristorante Italiano

124

Airheads Balloon Art Inc.

133

bellfarm Kitchen|Bar

126

Airmall Pittsburgh

129

Benack Sound Productions, Inc.

133

Benedum Center for the Performing Arts

106

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty

133

African American Chamber of Commerce of Western PA

Alco Parking Corporation Alihan's Mediterranean Cuisine All Occasions Party Rental

96, 137 120 135

All Star Limousines Worldwide Transportation

136

Allegany County, Maryland Tourism

112

Allegheny Conference on Community Development Allegheny County Parks

76, 130 40, 41, 111

The Allegheny Inn

119

American Natural

123

Amtrak

137

Anderson Coach & Travel

136

Andrew's Steak and Seafood @ Rivers Casino The Andy Warhol Museum Andy's @ Fairmont Pittsburgh

123 36, 113 127

Antique Coach Excursions Ltd.

136

Apartment Rental Guide

132

Apple Box Studios

130

Aqueous

127

Arcade Comedy Theater

110

Armstrong County Tourist Bureau

114

Arsenal 201

132

Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar Inc.

106

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

96, 131

Artifacts

129

The Artsmiths of Pittsburgh

113

Ascend Pittsburgh

132

Asian Influences

128

Atria's @ PNC Park

123

Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation Bicycle Heaven Museum

Byham Theater

106

C-1 Trade Show Services

133

Cabaret at Theater Square

106

Cabin Fever Inn Bed & Breakfast

119

Café 808

120

The Café Carnegie

125

Cambria Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh - Downtown

121

Community College of Allegheny County

132

Condado Tacos

50, 121

CONSOL Energy

96, 133

Contemporary Craft

113

Courtyard by Marriott - Shadyside

117

Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Airport Settlers Ridge

118

Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Downtown

79, 115

131

Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Waterfront

The Candle Lab

129

Courtyard Pittsburgh Monroeville

118

The Capital Grille

120

CPI Creative

135

133

Caricatures by M.C. Sturman

133

Craft Beer School

108

113

Caricatures by Vince Ornato

133

Crowne Plaza Hotel and Suites Pittsburgh South

116

The Carlton Restaurant

121

Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh West-Green Tree

118

54, 124

Crystal River Gems

128

131, 134

CTM Media Group

130

Carmella's Plates & Pints

The Bigelow Grille

120

Carnegie Mellon University

Bigham Tavern

124

Carnegie Museum of Art

Bike Pittsburgh

111

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Bike the Burgh Tours

112

Carnegie Science Center

Bill's Bar and Burger

120

Carpenter Connection

Bistro to Go

123

Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars

127

Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation

106

Dave & Buster's

19, 22, 107

David L. Lawrence Convention Center

18, 20, 37, 107

130 67, 126 97, 134 116

133

DeBolt Event Transportation

136

Casbah Mediterranean Restaurant and Wine Bar

126

Deer Lakes Park

Center for Hearing & Deaf Services, Inc. (HDS)

135

DeLuca, Ricciuti & Konieczka

Charley's Grilled Subs

121

Diamond Market Bar & Grill

41, 111 131 50, 121

Chatham University

131

Distrikt Hotel Pittsburgh

115

Blush Sports Bar

127

Checker Cab

136

Ditka's of Pittsburgh

126

BNY Mellon Presents JazzLive

110

Cheerleaders Gentleman's Club

Boat Pittsburgh

111

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh

131

Christian Leaders Fellowship - The Pittsburgh Crèche

112

106

Christos Mediterranean Grille

121

134

The Church Brew Works

92, 125

Citizens Bank

96, 132

Bogatay Family Law, LLC Booking.com (USA) Inc. Borough of Carnegie Bour Associates Boyce Park

93, 127

19, 31, 113

118

Days Inn Pittsburgh

96, 115

41, 11

93, 127 18, 24, 107, 134

Doce Taqueria Dollar Bank Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival

124 6, 96, 132 108

Doone's Inn at Oakmont

119

Doors Open Pittsburgh, Inc.

108

Double Wide Grill

124

Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown

80, 115

Doubletree by Hilton Pittsburgh - Green Tree

82, 118 69, 118

Braddock's American Brasserie

120

Citizens Bank Children's Theater Series

110

Braddock's Battlefield History Center

108

City Brew Tours Pittsburgh

112

Breakout Games North Pittsburgh

109

City Cab

136

Bricolage Production Company

110

City of Asylum

110

Bridges 446 Restaurant and Lounge

127

City Theatre Company

110

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh - Monroeville Convention Center

Bridges Restaurant and Lounge

125

City Works Eatery & Poor House

121

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Airport

118

DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh Cranberry

116

Doubletree Monroeville

69

The Clemente Museum CobblerWorld 13 8

78, 115

The Commoner

Campos Inc.

big Burrito Restaurant Group/ big Burrito Catering

Blush Gentlemen's Club

74, 114

96, 132

60, 113 121


Drury Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Airport | Settlers Ridge

83

Drury Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Ridge Road

118

Drury Plaza HotelPittsburgh Downtown

83, 115

Duquesne Incline Duquesne University

14, 15, 19, 108 31, 96, 132, Back Cover

Eadie's Market & Catering East Liberty Quarter Chamber of Commerce Eat' n Park Hospitality Group

Flight 93 National Memorial

108

Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - Green Tree

118

Hughie's Event Production Services

133

Fort Ligonier

108

Hard Rock CafĂŠ

123

HYATT House Pittsburgh South Side

117

Fort Pitt Blockhouse

108

Harmony Museum/Historic Harmony

109

HYATT House Pittsburgh/Bloomfield/Shadyside

117

Fort Pitt Museum

109

Harris Grill

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh Airport

119

Hyatt Place Pittsburgh North Shore

116

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

Harrison Hills Park 47, 109

Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob

121

Franktuary

106

The Frick Pittsburgh

47, 109 125 37, 113

96, 127

FUN FORE ALL

Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC

131

Future Tenant

113

Eddie Merlot's Prime Aged Beef and Seafood

121

Gaby Et Jules

129

Eddie V's Prime Seafood

121

Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District

113

Edgewood Country Club

68, 111, 131, 134

Garden Grille & Bar

125

Elevation

121

Gateway Clipper Fleet

Eleven Contemporary Kitchen

124

Gateway Health

Elias/Savion Advertising, Public Relations and Inter@ctive

130

Elite Coach Limousines, Inc.

137

Embassy Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh-Downtown

115

Ember & Vine Woodfire Oven and Social Bar

123

Emerald Owl Productions, Inc.

135

Energy Innovation Center

135

Enrico Biscotti

124

Enter the Imaginarium

109

Entertainment Unlimited

134

The Event Group

134

Event Source

135

Eventful Event Producers

134

EVEN™ Hotel Pittsburgh

81, 115

ExecuCar/Embassy

137

Expedia, Inc.

115

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Airport/Robinson Township

118

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Neville Island

118

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh North/McCandless

116

Fairmont Pittsburgh

115

FAROS Properties/Nova Place

133

Fern

134

Fifth Avenue Place Arcade Shops

128

Film Pittsburgh

108

The Fire Side Public House

125

First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh

112

First Student Charter Bus

136

fl.2

121

107

19, 25, 106, 107, 112, 123, 135 132

Gather Restaurant & Bar

124

Gaucho Parilla Argentina

125

Gaynor's School of Cooking

132

German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

130

Girasole Restaurant

126

GlobalPittsburgh

131

Glory Days Photography

135

Hartwood Acres Mansion Hartwood Acres Park Healthy Ride Bike Share HEAR Corp. Heartland Homes

121, 126 41, 111 112 41, 111 111 133

119

Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse

123

Ida D'Errico Associates LLC Idlewild & SoakZone Indiana County Tourist Bureau

114

Industry Public House

125

Heinz Field Tours

112

The Inn on the Mexican War Streets

Heinz Hall

106

The Inn on Negley

120

Helen's Restaurant @ Seven Springs

127

INPEX - The Invention Show

136

InvolveMINT

131

Hello Bistro Hello Bistro Downtown Henderson Brothers Heslet House Bed & Breakfast Highmark

124, 125 121 96, 131 120 96

Izzazu Salon & Spa Jack Wolf Photography Jacksons Restaurant-Rotisserie Bar Jerome Bettis Grille 36

134

108

Jim Ludwig's Blumengarten Florist

135

Hilton Garden Inn - Pittsburgh University Place

117

Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches

121

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport

119

The Jimmy Stewart Museum

114

Joden World Resources

129

111

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Downtown

119

Joe & Pie

121

115

Joe's Crab Shack

123 120

Grand Concourse/Gandy Dancer Saloon

123

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe

116

Grandview Buffet @ Rivers Casino

123

The John Butler House

HM Media

133

Hofbrauhaus Pittsburgh

124

Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff and Music Museum

109

Holiday Inn Express - Waterfront

118

Just Ducky Tours

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council

131

Green Apple Barter Services

130

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh - North Shore

Grist House Craft Brewery

73, 114 106

123

Highmark First Night Pittsburgh

111

Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency

124, 126

Jet Messenger Service Inc.

Golden Triangle Bike

42, 43, 111

85 135

133

Go Ape Treetop Adventures

The Great Escape Room Pittsburgh

116, 120

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Airport South/Robinson Township

Great Allegheny Passage

134 19, 107

120

Heather Hill Inn

96, 133

Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport

Kaya 79, 116

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh West - Greentree

118

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Pittsburgh - Airport

119

Grove City Premium Outlets

3, 129

Holiday Inn Express Hotel Suites - South Side

117

Guarino Group Productions

134

Home2Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh/McCandless

116

Guest Service Solutions

136

Hampton Inn

116

Homewood Suites by Hilton Pittsburgh Downtown

Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - University Center

117

Hampton Inn & Suites - Waterfront Homestead

118

115

Homewood Suites Pittsburgh Airport/Robinson Mall Area

119

Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh - Technology Center

117

Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh Airport South - Settlers Ridge

118

Hotel Indigo Pittsburgh East Liberty

Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh/Harmarville

116

HotelCoupons.com

133

Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh-Downtown

115

Howl at the Moon

106

Hampton Inn McKnight Road

116

The HUGE Chair Company

135

Hampton Inn Pittsburgh - Bridgeville

116

81, 117

Kelly Strayhorn Theater Kennywood Amusement Park

114 20, 112 125 110 20, 22, 96, 107

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh

115

Knepper Press

135

La Feria

128

La Roche College

132

Larrimor's

128

Laurel Highlands River Tours Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau

111 75, 114

Laurie's Hallmark

128

Lautrec

127

Lava Lounge

127

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Thank you to all of our advertisers (Bold page numbers)

Moderna Relocation

133

Packs & Dogs

127

Pittsburgh Festival Opera

110

Moe's Southwest Grill

121

Paint Monkey

106

Pittsburgh Film Office

130

Lawrence County Tourist Promotion Agency

114

Mon Aimee Chocolat

128

Painting with A Twist - East Liberty

106

Pittsburgh Glass Center

114

Lawrenceville Corporation

106

Monmade

129

Palm Court

122

Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation

112

Le Feria - Pamela's Peruvian Cousin

126

Monongahela Incline

LeMont Restaurant

124

Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce

130

Panera Bread

126

Pittsburgh International Race Complex

Lenzner Coach Lines/Coach USA

136

Monroeville Convention Center

68

The Parador Inn

120

Pittsburgh Irish Festival

Lenzner Tour and Travel

112

Monterey Bay Fish Grotto

Paramount Convention Services

134

Pittsburgh Marriott City Center

Levy Restaurants

130

Montour Trail

Paris 66

125

Pittsburgh Opera

110

Lidia's Pittsburgh

59, 125

Morgan Communities

Parma Sausage Products

128

Pittsburgh Parking Authority

137

Life'sWork of Western PA

131, 135

Morning Glory Inn

Passport to Pittsburgh, LLC.

112

Pittsburgh Party Pedaler

Paula Lysy Designs Inc.

131

Pittsburgh Penguins

96, 111, Back Cover

129

Pittsburgh Pirates

96, 111, Back Cover

Linda Barnicott Pittsburgh Art and Gifts Studio

129

Morrow Park City Apartments

15, 109

89, 124 111 96, 132 120 7, 132

Pamela's P&G Diner

LionHeart Event Group, LLC

134

Morton's The Steakhouse

121

Paul's Print Store

Local Bar + Kitchen

124

Motel 6 - Pittsburgh Crafton

118

Peace, Love & Little Donuts

Local Brewhouse

123

LOTSA Stone Fired Pizza

125

Mount Washington Community Development Corporation

106

Penn Brewery

LUXE Creative

134

Moxie Photo Booth

134

Penn City Grille

Mad Mex North Hills

123

Narcisi Winery

106

Mad Mex Oakland

126

Mad Mex Robinson

126

Mad Mex South Hills

124

Maggie's Farm Distilling

106

Mahla & Co. Antiques

128

The Mainstay at Saxonburg

120

MainStay Suites Pittsburgh Airport

119

The Mall at Robinson

129

The Mansion at Maple Heights

120

The Mansions on Fifth

117

Markowicz Communications

130

Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art

114

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant MD Photography The Meadows Casino

121, 124 135 95

National Aviary

131

113

Penn Society

127

Pittsburgh Social Exchange

130

Penn Station East Coast Subs

122

Pittsburgh Steelers

108

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

110 132

Pennsylvania Libations

106

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

119

Netserve365, LLC

130

Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association, Western Chapter

130

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary - Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology

114

NEXTpittsburgh

131

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

109

Pittsburgh Tours & More

113

Nicholas Coffee & Tea Co.

121

Pennsylvania Wine Cellar

128

Pittsburgh Transportation Group

Nine on Nine No Offseason Sports North Park North Side Chamber of Commerce North Star Kids, Inc. Norwin Chamber of Commerce Nowait

121 111 41, 111 130 134 130 120

Oak Noggin Bed & Breakfast LLC

120 106

133

114

Olde Stonewall Golf Club

111

131, 137

The Mellor House Bed & Breakfast

120

Olive or Twist

121

The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh

110

Ollie's Gastropub

122

Micro Rental Service

133

Omni William Penn Hotel

14 0

108

Pittsburgh Running Tours

Pittsburgh Technical College

Office of Public Art

121

Pittsburgh Restaurant Week/ Pittsburgh TasteBuds Ltd.

129

ocreations LLC

Millie's Homemade, LLC

122

90, 123

Natural Body Blends

121

50, 121, 124

110 108

132

131

109

The Milk Shake Factory

113

Natrona Bottling Company

Meat & Potatoes

96, 136

77, 115

109

Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village

Megabus.com

111 108

Nationality Rooms

Oakland Business Improvement District

MediaQuest

17, 96, 17, 136

Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival

Penn Film Group

59, 125

Pittsburgh International Airport

Pittsburgh Public Theater

Peace, Love & Zen Holistic Wellness Center

21, 25, 107

59, 125

10, 115

Or, The Whale

122

The Original Oyster House

122

Osteria 2350 Pittsburgh

125

PA Brew Tours

112

Penn's Colony Festival

Peoples Natural Gas

96, 133

Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix

128

Pittsburgh Wine Festival

Peter Allen's Italian

122

Pittsburgh Winery

Petersen Events Center

135

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

Petagogy

Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

21, 32, 114

96, 112, Back Cover

103, 136 108 108 59, 106 21, 24, 107

Pizzaiolo Primo

50, 122

The PNC Financial Services Group

96, 132

Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History

114

PNC Park Tours

113

Pittsburgh Airport Area Chamber of Commerce

130

Point Park University

132

Pittsburgh Airport Marriott

119

Point Park University's Pittsburgh Playhouse

110

Pittsburgh Alternative Health, Inc.

132

The Porch at Schenley

126

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

110

PPG Industries

Pittsburgh Banjo Club

110

PPG Paints Arena

Pittsburgh Bed & Breakfast Association

119

PPG Place - Attractions

107

Pretzel Crazy

129 122

Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

PNC Broadway Across America - Pittsburgh

37, 114

110

96, 132 107

Pittsburgh Cares

131

Primanti Bros. Market Square

Pittsburgh CLO

110

Primanti Bros. South Side

124

Primanti Bros. Strip District

125 135

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

96, 107

Pittsburgh Dance Council

110

Print Tech

Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership

131

PrintScape Arena at Southpointe

Pittsburgh Employee Activities Association

130

The Priory Hotel

112 52, 116


The Prop Shop

Shab's Mediterranean Grill and Pita Strollers

122

Stetson Convention Services, Inc.

134

VenueSpec

134

Pump - Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project

134, 135 130

Shadyside Inn All Suites Hotel

117

Stivers Staffing Services

136

Vincent Lighting Systems

135

Pyrotecnico

135

Sharp Edge Bistro Penn

122

Strip District Neighbors

128

Visit Monroeville

Quality Inn University Center

117

Sheraton Pittsburgh Airport Hotel

119

Studio AM

126

VisitMercerCountyPA

114

Quantum Theatre

110

Sun and Cricket Bed and Breakfast

120

Vital Signs

136 124

96, 107

Quicksilver Golf Club

112

Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square

SuperShuttle

136

Waffles, INCaffeinated

Quicksilver Restaurant, Lounge & Banquet Center

126

Shiloh Grill

124

Sustainable Pittsburgh

131

Walk the Burgh Tours

113

Quilter's Depot

129

Sienna Marcato

122

T Light Rail Transit/Subway

137

WallaceFloral.com

128

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106

Six Penn Kitchen

122

Talia Cucina & Rosticerria

122

Walnut Capital

R.A. Palmer Products Co. Inc.

136

Slice on Broadway - PNC Park

123

The Tamburitzans

110

Warren Associates

Rachel Carson Homestead

109

Slopeside Restaurant @ Seven Springs

127

Tanger Outlets

129

Red Roof Inn - Pittsburgh South

119

Smallman Galley

58, 125

The Tap Room

127

Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency

72, 114

Red, the Steakhouse - Pittsburgh

122

Smallman Street Deli

125

The Tavern

127

The Waterfront

66, 107

Redbeard's Bar & Grill

124

Smithfield United Church of Christ

109

Ten Penny

122

Waynesburg University

132

Redbeard's on Sixth Sports Bar & Grill

122

SOBA

126

Ten Thousand Villages

129

Wednesday Wine Flights

108

Regatta Bar & Grill

126

Social House 7

Tequila Cowboy

123

137

Society Romance

The Terrace Room

122

WELCOME PITTSBURGH Information Center & Gift Shop

The Regional Learning Alliance

135

123

115

109

Texas de Brazil

Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel

Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka

Residence Inn (Wilkins Township)

118

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum

109

Residence Inn by Marriott North Shore

116

Residence Inn by Marriott, Pittsburgh University/Medical Center

117

South Side Chamber of Commerce

Residence Inn Pittsburgh Oakland/University Place

117

South Side Traveler's Rest

119

Revel + Roost

122

SouthSide Works

107

126

SouthSide Works City Apartments

132

Regency Global Transportation Group, Ltd.

Rivers Rivers Casino

94, 95, 96

82, 115

92, 122

Sound Advice Entertainment South Park

134

134 41, 111 107

Spa Jema

85

SPACE

Theater Square

107

Theatre Historical Society of America

109

Three Rivers Restaurant

122

Three Rivers Rowing Association

112

Three Rivers Sports Pub

127

Tiki Lounge

127

The ToonSeum

114

TownPlace Suites - Pittsburgh Harmarville

116

114

TownPlace Suites by Marriott Grove City Mercer/Outlets

116

The Speakeasy

127

Trackside

123

119

Speedpro Imaging

134

Travel Savings Dollars

131

Ross Park Mall

129

TravelClick, Inc.

115

Rossi's Pop up Marketplace

129

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh Bakery Square

Rivers of Steel Robert Morris University

45, 109 96, 132, Back Cover

Rose Point Park - Cabins and Camping

Round Hill Park RR Donnelley Printing

41, 111 136

Rush Hour Boat Charters

113

Ruth's Chris Steak House

122

Salonika's Bar and Grill

122

Sammy's Famous Corned Beef

122

Sandcastle Waterpark

107

Savoy Restaurant

125

The Scarehouse

108

Segway Pittsburgh

113

Senator John Heinz History Center

109

Senti

125

Seth Neustein - Comedian, Magician & Speaker

134

Settlers Cabin Park Seven Springs Mountain Resort

41, 111 119

117

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Pittsburgh SouthSide Works

117

SpringHill Suites Monroeville/Pittsburgh

118

SpringHill Suites Mt. Lebanon

117

SpringHill Suites Pittsburgh North Shore

116

SpringHill Suites West Mifflin

117

Stage AE

107

Stamoolis Brothers Co.

128

Star Transporation Group

137

Station Square

7, 107

Staybridge Suites Pittsburgh - Cranberry Township

116

Steel Cactus PNC Park

123

Steel Cactus Restaurant and Cantina

126

Steel City Clothing Store

128

Steelhead Brasserie & Wine Bar

122

Trust Arts Education Center

110

Twelve Whiskey Barbecue

124

The Twisted Frenchman

125

Umi Japanese Restaurant

126

Uncover Squirrel Hill

107

Union Standard

122

University Club at University of Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh

135

63, 96, 132, Back Cover

University of Pittsburgh Repertory Theatre and Stephen Foster Memorial UPMC Health Plan Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

65, 132 136

14, 57, 84, 128

Wendell August Forge

113

The Westin Convention Center Hotel, Pittsburgh Westmoreland Heritage

80, 115 109

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

37, 114

WGL Energy

96, 133

Wheelhouse Bar and Grill @ Rivers Casino

123

Wheelhouse Creative LLC

130

Where & When, Pennsylvania's Travel Guide White Oak Park

133 41, 111

White Water Adventurers Inc.

112

Wigle Whiskey

106

Wood Street Galleries

114

Woodville Plantation

109

Worgul Law Firm LLC

131

WPXI-TV

131

Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown

Inside Front Cover, 116

Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center

117

Yinzers in the Burgh

128

Zambelli Fireworks Manufacturing Co. Inc. zTrip Taxi

135 105, 136

110

38, 96, 133 130

"Use All The Crayons"

136

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122

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