Lawrenceville is one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods, so you’ll be hard-pressed to fit all there is to do in Larryville into just one day. It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it — and that someone is you. Buckle up and get ready for one busy day.
Your homebody friends may think that East Carson Street is just for early-20s party animals — but you know better. Sure, there are a few rowdy hours each Friday and Saturday night. But the South Side is a neighborhood for leisure, food and fitness.
Oakland: an eclectic mix of business and healthcare professionals, educators and college students. When you spend a day here, you’ll be mingling with a diverse crowd of people.
The North Side of Pittsburgh is a quiet neighborhood, home to historic buildings, local businesses and nationally-lauded institutions. For a perspective of the city you may have never seen, spend a day in this storied neighborhood.
The Cultural District is appropriately named. From state-of-the-art theaters to French bakeries to historical tours, Pittsburgh’s Downtown is full of culture — and a great place to spend some time.
East Liberty is equal parts historic and modern, with new hotspots nestling against longstanding buildings. Come for the culture and architecture, stay for the hot restaurants and trendy shops.
Strip District foot traffic, particularly on Saturday mornings, can reach epic proportions. If you’re down to get into the mix, perhaps even purchase some of the ubiquitous black and gold sports gear, you’re in the right place — but you can also seek a little bit of refuge in an otherwise boisterous neighborhood.
Located in the heart of the East End, Bloomfield might still lay claim as Pittsburgh’s “Little Italy,” but the neighborhood today reflects a range of communities and interests.
With a diverse mix of housing, a thriving and eclectic business district and access to the greenery of sprawling parks, there’s good reason why Squirrel Hill has long been a jewel of the East End.
Shadyside has multiple commercial districts (think Walnut Street and Highland Avenue), but Ellsworth Avenue has always been the quirky sibling of those thoroughfares.
Portions of Regent Square lie within Pittsburgh, Edgewood, Swissvale and Wilkinsburg, but the neighborhood is more defined by its sense of community than its geographic boundaries.
People go to Mount Washington for the views and stay for the hospitality of the people who staff the many bars, restaurants and shops.
If you’ve followed all of our instructions in the 2019-2020 City Guide, you’ve hit many of the city’s most beloved locations and plenty of hidden treasures. There are plenty of treasured local landmarks that didn’t quite fit into any of our neighborhood itineraries, however — and they’re worth a special trip.
At Kennywood Park, Thomas the Tank Engine arrives to revitalize the railroad — and, hopefully, to foster a new generation of Kennywood lovers.
The annual Ross Township Fishing Tournament, now in its 22nd year, draws hundreds of anglers of all ages.