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Best Pittsburgh Instagram Accounts

Eight stellar local Instragram accounts you don't want to miss.



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Houses of Pittsburgh

@housesofpittsburgh
Houses of Pittsburgh caters to those with an interest in Pittsburgh architecture, displaying a wide array of houses across the city’s neighborhoods. If you’re interested in buying a home and need inspiration, or you simply want to see what’s out there, this is the account to follow.
 


 

Jonathan Plum

@pittindiefreak
Plum, the moderator of Steel City Grammers, uses his own handle to post pictures of Pittsburgh and its denizens to his 10,700 followers. Plum photographs Pittsburgh’s people and architecture from creative perspectives you won’t see elsewhere.
 


 

 

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Zach Funk

@pittsburgh_local
Zach Funk is a freelance photographer in Pittsburgh who captures the city’s shifting moods with pictures of Downtown architecture, bridges and gritty landscapes. Funk espouses a style that finds beauty even in what many consider to be the less savory sides of the city.
 


 

 

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Dave DiCello

@davedicello
Dave DiCello has long been known for his panoramic shots of Pittsburgh’s rivers and skyline (some of which have been featured in Pittsburgh Magazine), and has worked as a professional wedding and event photographer around the city for years. DiCello’s pictures exhibit the unlimited beauty and potential of Pittsburgh’s skyline, whether it’s photographed at midday, dusk or after dark.
 

 

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Best of the 'Burgh

Best of the 'Burgh: 2017 Readers' Poll

Diners, food trucks, hair salons and more. Here's the most popular stuff in town.

Best of the 'Burgh: Personalities

From a burlesque bridge-builder to a philosopher-fermento –– our favorite Pittsburgh originals.

Best of the 'Burgh: Food & Drink

From the bar snacks to egg sandwiches to nightcaps, our recommendations for when you are hungry, thirsty or both.

Best of the 'Burgh: Style & Shopping

From a boutique where it's actually fun to shop with your kids to finding champagne-taste eyewear on a beer budget –– our favorites to get the perfect 'Burgh style.

Best of the 'Burgh: Activities & Experiences

From banjo night to moonlit horseback rides to taking a 10-meter plunge –– our favorite things to do in the 'Burgh.

Best of the 'Burgh: Kids & Family

From a children's book about a Monongahela Mermaid to a place where women can give birth in a home-like environment –– our favorite things for kids and family.

Best of the 'Burgh: Business & Education

From a 'Burgh-based board game to a revitalized airport –– our favorites in business and education in Pittsburgh.

Best of the 'Burgh: Arts & Culture

From a dark cabaret to time travel without ever leaving home –– our favorites of Pittsburgh's Arts & Culture.
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