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Best of the 'Burgh: 2017 Readers' Poll

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



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DRINKS/BEVERAGES


photo by cory morton

 

Best Bar
Hidden Harbor, hiddenharborpgh.com

Beer List (tie)
The Independent Brewing Company, independentpgh.com
Urban Tap, theurbantap.com

Whiskey Bar
Butcher and the Rye, butcherandtherye.com

After-Dinner Drinks
Hidden Harbor, hiddenharborpgh.com

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

​Brewery-Microbrewery
Grist House Craft Brewery, gristhouse.com

Distillery
Wigle Whiskey, wiglewhiskey.com

Cocktails
Hidden Harbor, hiddenharborpgh.com

Wine List
The Allegheny Wine Mixer, alleghenywinemixer.com

Coffee Shop
Espresso a Mano, espressoamano.com

Tea Shop
Dobra Tea, dobrateapgh.com

Juice
Salud Juicery, saludjuicery.com

Write-In
Arsenal Cider House & Wine Cellar, arsenalciderhouse.com
 

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