Great people doing great things for the art community in a great place.
Love this place. Its awesome and has great atmosphere. Perfect for college kids like mself.
My fiance and I have driven by El Campesino restaurant in Robinson Town Center a handful of times on our countless shopping trips and had always wanted to visit there. All of our friends had gone there many times and kept bragging about how good the restaurant was. So we finally decided to give it a try..
been there 4 times and had a wonderful times with friends. the first time we tried an assortment of tapas and with each bit i wa like "oh my God" it was that good. the delicate fusuin of flafors were a treat indeed. I always let the handsome manager sugest a cocktail and i haven't been disappointed. An enjoyable relaxing 4 hours just breezes by. I tend to avoid crowds so i haven't gone on a weekend night when there's entertainment. I'll have to try that. when we went there was nice music in the background that wasn't so loud that you couldn't enjoy good conversation with your friends. the last time wejust met friends for a drink and the manager sugested Velozi's for dinner. He actually walked us over, procured us the best table for six and introduced us to the owner. what an evening of great company great coctails and great food.
the best bar in Pittsburgh known it for years I want to thank Jamie and
Chris for letting us have the room for a fun night again thank you.Hope
to use it again for something in the future\
My family have enjoyed so many spectacular events and enjoyed
the serenity and alive historic nature of the Frick history,
cafe and flower gardens!
open 365 days a year best tenders friendly 2 bars in 1 backroom has 2 pool tables darts. the croud is diverse. everyone who is anyone goes even the mayor and big ben
Pittsburgh's #1 Italian Food!
These guys are actually pretty cool to artists. All you have to do is be nice.
LITE UP NIGHT @ YOUNGER,S
NOVEMBER 8 2012
My favorite dish is fajita quesadilla 12" tortilla with your choice of steak or chicken vegetables and cheese,try the best cheese dip in town baby! Homemade salsas, chips and Margaritas !
This is my favorite spot to eat on the southside! They have such a
different menu. Their fish sandwich and the salmon club sandwich
are the best things on the menu! I highly recommend them both!
Also the beer selection is great and the service is good too. Get
There early though cuz the place gets packed quick!
Love This Place! From the Food, Drinks, Beer Selection, Service and Atmosphere. Go Your will Enjoy!
I have had a different experience it seems than many reviewers in that I have taken Zumba class at the gallery. Jennifer runs the Zumba classes and is really one of the nicest people I've met. She's supportive and kind, not rude or judgmental in any way. It's very hard for me to believe we are talking about the same person. Definitely worth forming your own opinions about Jen and about the space...if you're experiences are anything like mine, you will certainly not be disappointed.
So glad they brought this place back - every night is a great night to head to Jame Street Gastropub!!!
Love the Hollywood! Everything a neighborhood movie theater should be. Looking forward to seeing John Waters' Desperate Living on September 8!
I just found Pittsburgh's best kept secret... the Baja Bar at the Fox Chapel Yacht Club. There is no other place in the city that you can eat, drink and dance under the stars to some of the best bands in the 'Burgh.
Steel City Improv Theater is Pittsburgh's home for longform improvised comedy, musical improv and alternative comedy. The winners of a 2012 Best of the Burgh, they offer low and free longform improv comedy shows and improv jams several times a week. Totally Free Mondays are awesome, and showcase some amazing local talent. Check them out, you won't regret it!
Pittsburgh has a lot of creative theater for a city this size, but Bricolage stands out because of its willingness to try anything. We discovered them through their "Midnight Radio" series, which is brilliant, and we'll buy a ticket for any show, just to see what they do next.
Previously I had written this music venue off. When I went to a show here about five years ago, the floors were dirty and sticky, the lobby smelled like stale beer, and the restrooms were disgusting. But in the past few years, this old vaudeville theater has undergone some major changes. The venue has new management, new staff, a great new sound system, new lights, new bars, and a huge selection of microbrews and high end liquors. As of recent, they have been host to many New Orleans jazz and funk bands, burlesque shows, bluegrass bands, WYEP shows, WDVE shows, rock bands, folk bands, indie rock bands, comedy shows, and they do tons of local band showcases. The "New" Rex Theater is a much better venue than it once was and is my new favorite home for live music in the city.
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