Posts Tagged "WestEnd"


Updated on: 10/12/18The first time we ate at Mendoza Express was on an impulse, as we were driving by headed elsewhere and stopped immediately when we saw something odd: a spray painted dumpster lid in the parking lot advertising “Mexican food.” This seemed legitimate. Booking.com I don't remember much about that visit other than we ordered a few tacos to go. We've been meaning to make it back there for a while, and...

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Updated on: 10/12/18Johnny's Diner is a classic diner in the West End with a no-frills menu that includes breakfast and lunch staples from the griddle like pancakes, omelets, and sandwiches. Booking.com A Tried and True Diner in Pittsburgh The diner has had different names and owners throughout its life, which seems to match the hodge podge building construction – there's the long and narrow pre-fab portion with counter seating,...

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Updated on: 10/12/18To enjoy a creation from Better Maid Donut in Pittsburgh, you're going to have to set your alarm early. Very early. Booking.com This popular donut spot in Crafton Heights is known for its limited production and die-hard fans who will wait a half-hour or more for their devious creations. Put these two together and you'll quickly understand why this one often sells out within an hour of their 6 am opening on weekdays...

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Updated on: 12/11/18If you have an itch to do some fantasy shopping for one-of-a-kind items in Pittsburgh, look no further than Artifacts in the West End. Touted as a “museum with a price tag,” Artifacts is home to over 20,000 items ranging from Turkish rugs, European artwork, hand crafted tables, to stuffed lions and giraffe busts, human-sized griffon statues, and everything in between. Booking.com We couldn't make this...

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