This pizza shop has gone all-out for Anthrocon for years. This year, Pizza Parma on Liberty Avenue has transformed itself into “Pittsburgh Furryland,” with paw prints painted onto the windows and signs proclaiming that the shop is for “Authorized Fursonnell Only.”
963 Liberty Ave. pizzaparma.us
The gift shop love, Pittsburgh carries a variety of Pittsburgh-themed merchandise, so many of its customers come from out of town. This weekend, the shop is courting the furry demographic, with a chalk sign outside reading “love, Pittsburgh loves furries.”
805 Liberty Ave. lovepittsburghshop.com
This Subway location closest to the Convention Center has revamped its sandwich menu to a “furry” menu that includes subs like the “Veggie Patty Phoenix Wolf” and the “BMT Italian Anime.” Even if you don’t spot a furry eating there, you can order like one.
930 Penn Ave. subway.com
Crazy Mocha’s Downtown location is the rare business actually offering furries a discount this weekend. The coffee shop is advertising a 20 percent discount to any Anthrocon badge-holder, making it a popular stop for furries looking for a caffeine fix.
801 Liberty Ave. crazymocha.com
Penn Station Subs
Though it hasn’t completely overhauled its sub menu for the visiting furries, Penn Station Subs on Liberty Avenue has a sign in its window inviting them to enjoy one of the restaurant’s “East Coast subs.”
808 Liberty Ave. penn-station.com
Anthrocon endorsed Condado as the convention’s taco shop of choice on Twitter, telling attendees they “MUST” visit the Midwest-centric franchise. Condado’s menu features a selection of margaritas and a build-your-own-taco model.
971 Liberty Ave. condadotacos.com
Thanks for all the responses--we are thrilled to see overwhelming support for tacos! And if you want good tacos, you MUST go to Condado across the street from The Westin.— #Anthrocon, Inc. (@anthrocon) July 4, 2019
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