The Saxonburg Museum is a Wonderful Historical Gem

Prior to visiting Saxonburg, I only had heard a few stories about the borough's rich history.

It wasn't until I visited for a Burgh, Bits, and Bites food tour that I was able to learn more about the history due to the fact that the tour started out at the wonderful Saxonburg Museum!

If you're in the area during the museum's seasonal operating period, this one is most certainly worth a stop.

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The Colombian Spot Review – Go for the Arepas

The Colombian Spot is a casual restaurant in the South Side with a menu full of authentic Colombian dishes like arepas, empanadas, ropa vieja, tostones, and bandeja paisa.

There aren't too many places in Pittsburgh where you can find Colombian food, which is why we're super happy that The Colombian Spot exists and is delicious to boot.

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11 Pittsburgh Wine Bars You Must Stop at For a Delicious Glass

When it comes to drinking in Pittsburgh, we have a number of great options ranging from beer, to wine, to liquor, and even a strong scene of local producers for all three of those as well!

One industry that has been growing at a rapid pace in recent years is wineries, and more specifically that of the wine bar.

Today, we wanted to share some of our favorites from our explorations around the city!

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Smokin’ Toad’s BBQ Review – Looking for More North of Pittsburgh

Smokin' Toad's BBQ is located in Sarver, PA, just under an hour northeast of Pittsburgh, and is one of those places we've driven by a number of times but never quite made it in to try.

It was only when visiting Cellar Works Brewing next door that I was able to put in an order from the menu (available at the brewery).

While a robust menu with a number of options, I left wishing I was able to sample a bit more.

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City Oven Review – A Prime Lunch Spot in Downtown Pittsburgh

City Oven closed in 2019.

It took me years to get to City Oven in downtown Pittsburgh. This is not an exaggeration.

The reason for this is because this popular pizza and sandwich shop is only open from 7am to 3pm, Monday to Friday- the exact time I was never able to be downtown despite my best efforts.

With getting frequent pushes by those in the know about Pittsburgh's pizza scene, I finally made it happen. It was worth the wait.

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The Market Street Grocery Wine Bar Review – A Must at Happy Hour

Market Street Grocery is a small grocer located just steps away from Market Square in downtown Pittsburgh.

If you didn't know any better, odds are good you'll walk by it without giving it a second glance. Today, we want to let you know about something special that is tucked away at the back of the store- a beautifully stocked wine bar!

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