The Kelso Museum of Near Eastern Archaeology at the Pittsburgh Seminary

The Pittsburgh Seminary wouldn't be your first place to expect to find a museum, but tucked in the basement of Long Hall is a rather unique museum in Pittsburgh called the Kelso Museum for Near Eastern Archaeology.

For those who like history, especially when surrounding the holy land, a visit to this small museum is a must.

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Dinette Review – Pizzas and Small Plates in East Liberty

Occupying a prime spot in the buzzy neighborhood of East Liberty, Dinette offers a menu that changes daily full of seasonal small plates and pizzas.

Although the pizzas sound so good and are hard to resist, we found the small plates on our recent visit to be the winner of the evening.

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BRGR Review – Mixed Burger in East Liberty

Truffle Cheese Whiz Fries at BRGR

One of the fastest growing burger chains in Pittsburgh is BRGR, which has locations in East Liberty, Cranberry, and even PNC Park to name a few. Featuring gourmet burgers, ample side combinations, and a fully-stocked bar at their full service restaurants, BRGR was created to satisfy the burger needs of hungry Pittsburghers.

Unfortunately for us, our visit to try these popular burgers amounted to a rare miss.

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Slice on Broadway Review – New York Style Pizza in Pittsburgh

Slice New York Style Pizza in Pittsburgh

After a somewhat disappointing visit to Spak Brothers in Garfield, we've been taking pizza recommendations in Pittsburgh with a grain of salt. It wasn't until we met up with a group of acquaintances who shared our opinion of Spak Brothers (and Pittsburgh pizza as a whole) that we started to get excited about another option they were raving about.

That pizza joint was Slice on Broadway in Beechview, and it wasn't but an hour later that we were in our car driving out to give it a shot.

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