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Ryan's Guidebook

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Ryan's Guidebook

Food Scene
You simply cannot come to Pittsburgh without trying a Primanti's Sandwich. It started as a Truckers tradition with the whole meal on the sandwich so it was easy to eat on the go. The original location in the Strip District is open 24 hours a day and had a "if you are not ready go away" way about it. I've tried every sandwhich and liked them all. The Double egg and cheese is my favorite. They do have a Vegan/vegitarian option in the black bean sandwich. There are other locations throughout the city that are bars and the suburbs that are more like resturaunts as well but they aren't open 24 hours a day. There is even one in Ft. Lauderdale for the Pittsburgh Expats.
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Primanti Bros.
46 18th Street
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You simply cannot come to Pittsburgh without trying a Primanti's Sandwich. It started as a Truckers tradition with the whole meal on the sandwich so it was easy to eat on the go. The original location in the Strip District is open 24 hours a day and had a "if you are not ready go away" way about it. I've tried every sandwhich and liked them all. The Double egg and cheese is my favorite. They do have a Vegan/vegitarian option in the black bean sandwich. There are other locations throughout the city that are bars and the suburbs that are more like resturaunts as well but they aren't open 24 hours a day. There is even one in Ft. Lauderdale for the Pittsburgh Expats.
Sightseeing
It is one of the best views in the city. I recommend going to the Outlook a crossed the street from the Monterrey Bay Fish Grotto which is near the Duquesne Incline. it is my favorite spot to take visitors
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Mount Washington
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It is one of the best views in the city. I recommend going to the Outlook a crossed the street from the Monterrey Bay Fish Grotto which is near the Duquesne Incline. it is my favorite spot to take visitors
Neighborhood
Every Saturday and Sunday morning, Smallman Street in the Strip District is lined with street vendors on both sides. It is a great place to buy local arts and crafts, sports memorabilia and food. Primanti's and Pamala's which are 2 local places where presidents and celebrities often dine while in town are also nearby. Also, the Heinz History is an excellent place to learn about our local history. It has multiple floors covering subjects like our industrial history, the French and Indian war and local sports teams and individuals from the area.
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Strip District
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Every Saturday and Sunday morning, Smallman Street in the Strip District is lined with street vendors on both sides. It is a great place to buy local arts and crafts, sports memorabilia and food. Primanti's and Pamala's which are 2 local places where presidents and celebrities often dine while in town are also nearby. Also, the Heinz History is an excellent place to learn about our local history. It has multiple floors covering subjects like our industrial history, the French and Indian war and local sports teams and individuals from the area.
Since the building of the 2 new Stadiums in 2000, this area has become a gathering place for all. See the Pirates at PNC park, the Steelers at Heinz Field, or Any number of Musical acts at Stage AE. Check out the Carnegie Science Museum named for another famous local, Andrew Carnegie. Rry your luck on the slots or table games at the Rivers Casino. Or enjoy a night out at any number of Resturaunts, bars or clubs scattered I'm between. There truly is something for anybody here.
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North Shore
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Since the building of the 2 new Stadiums in 2000, this area has become a gathering place for all. See the Pirates at PNC park, the Steelers at Heinz Field, or Any number of Musical acts at Stage AE. Check out the Carnegie Science Museum named for another famous local, Andrew Carnegie. Rry your luck on the slots or table games at the Rivers Casino. Or enjoy a night out at any number of Resturaunts, bars or clubs scattered I'm between. There truly is something for anybody here.
For Art lovers? Be sure to check out the Mattress factory (Art Gallery) and a tribute to another famous local, the Andy Worhol Museum. For your kids? Check out the National Aviary for lots of exotic bird life or visit the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh nearby.
North Side
For Art lovers? Be sure to check out the Mattress factory (Art Gallery) and a tribute to another famous local, the Andy Worhol Museum. For your kids? Check out the National Aviary for lots of exotic bird life or visit the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh nearby.
The Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh is the home of the Universities and largest hospitals in town. The University of Pittsburgh, Carlow College, Chatham University, and one of the top technology schools in the country, Carnegie Mellon University which is named after famous locals, Andrew Carnegie and Andrew Mellon. While there, you can visit the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. There is also a shrine to one of our great sports heros, Roberto Clemente. The right field wall where he roamed the outfield for the Pirates at old Forbes field still stands. Also, Pitt's Cathedral of learning is the tallest educational building I'm the world. It has many classrooms that are set up as traditional classrooms from around the world. They are used for classes but can be visited when they are not occupied. There are also assorted Resturaunts such as local favorites Primanti's and Pamela's.
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Oakland
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The Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh is the home of the Universities and largest hospitals in town. The University of Pittsburgh, Carlow College, Chatham University, and one of the top technology schools in the country, Carnegie Mellon University which is named after famous locals, Andrew Carnegie and Andrew Mellon. While there, you can visit the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. There is also a shrine to one of our great sports heros, Roberto Clemente. The right field wall where he roamed the outfield for the Pirates at old Forbes field still stands. Also, Pitt's Cathedral of learning is the tallest educational building I'm the world. It has many classrooms that are set up as traditional classrooms from around the world. They are used for classes but can be visited when they are not occupied. There are also assorted Resturaunts such as local favorites Primanti's and Pamela's.
Pittsburgh's South Side is our Bourbon Street. It is actually longer but the bars close at 2 A.M. During the day, there are many shops along Carson Street where you can buy local goods or get a pericing or tattoo or have a local meal. at night, the place has great night life. There are assorted pizza and gyro shops, dive bars and clubs.
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South Side Flats
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Pittsburgh's South Side is our Bourbon Street. It is actually longer but the bars close at 2 A.M. During the day, there are many shops along Carson Street where you can buy local goods or get a pericing or tattoo or have a local meal. at night, the place has great night life. There are assorted pizza and gyro shops, dive bars and clubs.
Southside Works is a newer development at the East End of Carson Street. There is a movie theatre, A Haufbrau House, an Irish Pub and many other shops and Resturaunts. Parking is just $2 in most of the garages most nights.
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SouthSide Works
South 27th Street
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Southside Works is a newer development at the East End of Carson Street. There is a movie theatre, A Haufbrau House, an Irish Pub and many other shops and Resturaunts. Parking is just $2 in most of the garages most nights.
Aside from the beautiful views of the city, Mount Washington is its own little town. It has all of the amenities needed so that you really do not need to go to the city, but if you want to, it is just a few minutes away. There is a Pharmacy, a Grocery Store, a Post Office and a Bank. Bigham Tavern is a 5 minute walk and all of their food is delicous. They have great wings and Wednesday night is their Wing special. You can look it up on YouTube as it was on Travel Channels Food Paridise in an episode called " Cheat Day" . The chef is one of my best friends. It is a great place to watch a game or have some beers. Shiloh Street which is a 5 minute walk in the opposite direction near the Monongahela Incline has tons of options. there is a Subway, a Diner, Packs and dogs for quick eats and beers by the bottle, a Wines and Spirits store (PA Liquor Store), the local Post Office, an Ice Cream shot, Red Beards which has excellent food and a couple of other little bars. Coughlin's law is an outside bar/resturaunt not far from Shiloh Street. You will usually find me at a local place on Shiloh Street called Niko's Cafe especially on Tuesday nights for Taco night or Wednesdays for Perogie night. Get two large soft or hard tacos and a pitcher of domestic beer for less than $12+tip. it is one of the cheapest bars around but note, it is cash only and allows smoking. There is an ATM inside.
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Mount Washington
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Aside from the beautiful views of the city, Mount Washington is its own little town. It has all of the amenities needed so that you really do not need to go to the city, but if you want to, it is just a few minutes away. There is a Pharmacy, a Grocery Store, a Post Office and a Bank. Bigham Tavern is a 5 minute walk and all of their food is delicous. They have great wings and Wednesday night is their Wing special. You can look it up on YouTube as it was on Travel Channels Food Paridise in an episode called " Cheat Day" . The chef is one of my best friends. It is a great place to watch a game or have some beers. Shiloh Street which is a 5 minute walk in the opposite direction near the Monongahela Incline has tons of options. there is a Subway, a Diner, Packs and dogs for quick eats and beers by the bottle, a Wines and Spirits store (PA Liquor Store), the local Post Office, an Ice Cream shot, Red Beards which has excellent food and a couple of other little bars. Coughlin's law is an outside bar/resturaunt not far from Shiloh Street. You will usually find me at a local place on Shiloh Street called Niko's Cafe especially on Tuesday nights for Taco night or Wednesdays for Perogie night. Get two large soft or hard tacos and a pitcher of domestic beer for less than $12+tip. it is one of the cheapest bars around but note, it is cash only and allows smoking. There is an ATM inside.