Posts Tagged "Alcohol"


Updated on: 06/7/18Kayafest is the annual block party by the popular Strip District restaurant (and one of our favorites), Kaya. Booking.com Taking place each May, this one offers about eight hours of live music (with many bands inspired by the Caribbean), opportunities to eat street food made from the chefs at the restaurant, and of course, copious amounts of refreshments. As block parties in the Strip District are few and far...

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Updated on: 05/8/18La Casa Narcisi is a beautiful winery in Gibsonia that's more than just a tasting room. Booking.com It's more like an estate, complete with a restaurant, outdoor seating area, picnic pavilion, and stages for concerts. In our opinion, there isn't much better than sitting on the patio on a warm summer night, listening to live music with a bottle of wine and a classic Italian meal. Go for the Wine, Stay for the Food We...

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Updated on: 04/24/18Although new breweries have been popping up all over the region the past few years, a newer trend is breweries that have their own restaurants. Cinderlands Beer Co. in Lawrenceville is one such brewery/restaurant hybrid that offers creative and delicious beers with interesting small plates and entrees. Booking.com Cinderlands Beer Co. is located right on Butler St. in lower Lawrenceville in a really cool building....

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Updated on: 04/4/18If you are familiar with the cocktail scene in Pittsburgh, the name Spencer Warren may be familiar to you. Booking.com For those who are not, the short of it is that Spencer Warren is a local cocktail specialist who has made a name for himself with craft creations at his previous bar, Embury (now closed). Since then he became the force behind the local edition of the international Miracle pop-up bar (which his team...

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Updated on: 04/4/18Tina's Bar in Bloomfield is not your typical Pittsburgh bar. It isn't quite a dive, but it isn't an upscale craft cocktail bar either. Booking.com In fact, it is a bit of both, and if you're wondering how that would work out well together you're not alone. We wondered the same thing. But we're happy to report that this one walks a fine line in a modern retro theme, and while that may not make much sense right now,...

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