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Best of the 'Burgh 2015: Readers' Poll

Burger joints. Bar bands. Radio hosts. Here's the most popular stuff in town.



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TENDER BAR + KITCHEN photo by laura petrilla

 

Drinks

Beer List
Sharp Edge, sharpedgebeer.com

Local Brewery/Microbrewery
East End Brewing Co., eastendbrewing.com

Cocktails
Tender Bar + Kitchen, tenderpgh.com

Local Coffee Shop
Espresso a Mano, espressoamano.com

Wine List
Sonoma Grille, thesonomagrille.com

Dive Bar
Cousins Lounge, facebook.com/cousins.lounge

Juice
Salud Juicery, saludjuicery.com

Best Bar
Bigham Tavern, bighamtavern.com

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