Why not move it to L-ville or Sharpsburg?
In the end, Shadow Lounge is yet another lost institution in a place that forgets itself most of the time, and accepts box stores to fill the cultural void. Of the hundreds of restaurants Pittsburgh had (Poli's, George's Diner, Unique Pizza Factory) few remain, replaced by Panera Bread and other crap. Primanti's is possibly the only "legend" growing and making the cut year after year.
Pittsburgh has been slowly displacing its residents for years due to "gentrification" .. the idea that a $65,000 rowhouse in a blighted neighborhood is now somehow magically worth $225,000 because of granite countertops is absurd, but that's the problem with this city: it's become inaccessible to the people who grew up here.
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