Posts Tagged "Lawrenceville"


Updated on: 10/12/18When we are exploring downtown Pittsburgh, we often find ourselves lamenting the fact that there are not very many affordable, local restaurants. Booking.com But moments after walking in for a pizza at V3 (as guests of the restaurant), we knew we found one. The reason? All pizzas are under $10 (as of 2018)! Affordable Pizzas in Pittsburgh V3 Pizza is a fast-casual pizza joint that makes their pies in a...

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Updated on: 10/12/18Most Pittsburghers know about esteemed Chef Justin Severino and his two restaurants, Morcilla and Cure, that feature his creative and unique charcuterie. But did you know that Chef Severino also hosts semi-annual hog butchering demonstrations where you can take a deep dive into his world of meat curing while enjoying a multi-course meal? Booking.com We've long been fans of Severino's work and were so excited that...

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Updated on: 10/14/18Driftwood Oven was a popular Pittsburgh food truck until early 2018 when the owners decided to ditch the wagon and open a brick and mortar restaurant right in the heart of Lawrenceville. Booking.com We were always big fans of this particular pizza as, well, who could say no to mobile brick oven pizza? We were a bit bummed to find out they wouldn't be at our favorite breweries moving forward, but were also excited...

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Updated on: 10/14/18Although 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: 11/29/18The Pittsburgh Vintage Mixer is a bi-annual event that showcases local and regional vendors selling vintage home goods, furniture, clothes, and other collectibles. Booking.com Started in 2011, this event typically takes place in the spring and fall and combines dozens of vintage vendors, DJs, drinks, and food to make one memorable and fun event. A Different Kind of Morning Out Our first Pittsburgh Vintage Mixer...

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