Eat & Drink


Updated on: 12/12/18Dancing Gnome in Sharpsburg, PA, just east of Pittsburgh, is known for their love of hops and their passion to produce some of the region's best IPAs and pale ales. Booking.com Even if you are not a fan of this style of beer, Dancing Gnome may be the spot that converts you. They did for us! Beer Styles at Dancing Gnome Dancing Gnome produces mostly hop-forward beers including IPAs and American pale ales. While they...

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Updated on: 12/11/18Duncan St. Sandwich Shop in Millvale is a tiny little spot cooking up big flavors in their creative sandwiches. Although the menu is small, everything is so thoughtfully made and delicious that who really needs any superfluous options? Booking.com Duncan St Sandwich Shop is Our Kind of Place The shop itself is quite small and lends itself more to takeaway than dining in as there is only one small table inside and a...

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Updated on: 12/11/18Anyone who has spent some time in Pittsburgh knows of the raging debate between Mineo's and Aiello's pizza in Squirrel Hill. Both have die hard followings behind them, and are the kind of places you hear coming up in favorite pizza shop lists time and time again. Booking.com We ordered Mineo's with great excitement (after a very long gap since our last visit when we lived in Squirrel Hill), and we've got to say, we...

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Updated on: 12/11/18Aiello's is a popular pizza shop in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighborhood that has a rather die-hard following behind it. Throw in a customer rivalry with neighboring pizza shop, Mineo's, and you have the makings of a great spot to visit. Booking.com We used to frequent Aiello's often when we lived in Squirrel Hill, and despite a fairly large gap in our visit history, I finally made it back in for a few slices!...

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Updated on: 12/12/18The holiday season is a wonderful time of year, and Christmas in Pittsburgh is truly a sight to behold. Booking.com But as the holiday season is as much about spreading goodwill, taking in the decorations, and the like, Pittsburgh also has another avenue for enjoying the holiday- via its libations scenes! In fact, there are five Christmas bars in Pittsburgh to enjoy during the holiday season, ensuring that you'll...

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Updated on: 11/26/18Auld Lang Syne is another holiday pop-up bar to make its way to downtown Pittsburgh. Managed by the team behind the Halloween pop-up, Zombie Den, the bar calls the Original Oyster House in Market Square home for the 2018 holiday season. Booking.com Throw in a number of Its a Wonderful Life references, a celebration of the upcoming new year, and numerous libations and you have the makings of a holiday celebration!...

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