A staple in the Shadyside community for over 40 years.
The perfect store for all your quirky Steel City needs.
Lawrenceville's beloved card store, spotlighting local artists.
Ducky Tours prove that the novelty of boat cars never wear off, and they are a special experience for the kids.
Eat your way through every neighborhood in Pittsburgh.
What's more fun than zooming around the city ? Just avoid the potholes.
Check out Pittsburgh's most underground breweries and learn some history too!
The name says it all.
Pittsburghers are not known for being health-conscious. Heck, half of our year is spent under overcast, gray skies. We just want a little joy in our lives, and french fries achieve that for us.
The trend that never stops being a trend. Science can't explain why a quesadilla tastes 500% better when you're tipsy, but it is an undisputed fact.
The viral video sensation has come to Pittsburgh. We're all about that roll life.
Missing your father? Tune into Pittsburgh Dad and it'll be like you're 12, back at home, listening to your dad's "hilarious" jokes.
If you need help sleeping, Lily Whispers is for you. Lily creates different soothing sounds, lulling her 220,500 subscribers into relaxation.
A proclaimed "prehistoric vlogger," Weird Paul entertains the masses with his 80s-style videos and music.
Which came first, the burger or the milkshake?
2018 marks Page Dairy Mart's 67th year in business—the shakes just keep getting better!
55 flavors? How can you choose?
An ice cream parlor straight out of the 50s.
Walking into Klavon's is like time-travel. You can still see flood marks from the 1930s!
Don't limit yourself to JUST a milkshake. Check out Sinful Sweets' edible cookie dough and gourmet chocolates!
Who knew an arcade could create such amazing milkshakes?
The Fudge Farm knows: it matters what goes on top of a milkshake.
Vegans, Millie's even has shakes for you!
Burgers and milkshakes... a replacement for burgers and beer?
Since 1992, Chatellier's macarons have been seducing Pittsburghers and Parisians alike.
The pastry case at Oakmont is endless, overflowing with cupcakes, doughnuts, bagels, fresh bread, pastries— you name it, they have it.
Have you actually been to Pittsburgh if you don't eat Prantl's Burnt Almond Torte?
Find yourself a corner of France in the 'Burgh with one of La Gourmandine's delicious croissants.
Gaby et Jules takes macarons to the next level with flavors like Mojito, Blue Hawaiian and White Basil Chocolate.
Need a specialty cake? Linoln Bakery is the place to go.
Late night cake. LATE NIGHT CAKE.
Mr. Smalls turns religion into rock, rap and more in a de-sanctified Catholic church.
A cigar and scotch bar, outside seating, a full restaurant AND live music? Is there anything that Jergel's doesn't have?
The Rex Theater has taken its Vaudeville roots and become a fixture of everything theater in the Southside.
Tucked into Lawrenceville, Cattivo offers a live music that caters to every taste.
Howlers will make you a part of their family at your first show. The Bloomfield dive bar features local and touring artists.
Come for the roller-skating, stay for the live music.
Two rooms! Multiple levels!
Are you a new artist who needs a stage? Look to Black Forge, where new talent is always welcome.
Tessaro's sticks to the basics. Their burgers are no-frills, no-nonsense, fully delicious.
You're definitely going to need two hands for this.
No vowels needed, too busy devouring a melt-in-your-mouth burger.
Feeling fancy? They'll stamp your burger. It's like a gold star, but better.
Want a half mushroom, half beef burger? Done. Chicken? Of course. The IMPOSSIBLE Burger? They have it. Who says one restaurant can't do it all AND brew their own beer?
Create the burger of your dreams.
Biker, burgers, beer.
This burger is worth a loooooong lunch.
All streets lead to Bier's burgers.
The Tamburtizans are triple threats of international folk dance. The group often includes over 100 musical instruments in each show!
Based on classic ballet, Texture twists textbook basics into contemporary movement.
Possibly Pittsburgh's most well-known company, PBT has been a staple in the city for almost 50 years. The theater presents classics such as The Nutcracker, and also hosts a ballet school.
Bodiography aims to promote love for the human body, through their poised, athletic choreography.
Love glitter? Then you'll love The Velvet Hearts, Pittsburgh's premiere Burlesque troop.