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Located on a narrow strip of land in a flood plain, scenic neighborhood features historic points of interest such as Senator John Heinz Regional History Center and Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction Building.
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You can't visit Pittsburgh without visiting the Strip District. Walk down Penn Avenue and any place you will stop will have phenomenal food. My favorites are Pennsylvania Macaroni for all things Italian, Presto Georges for coffee and Robert Wholey's for fish sandwiches. There is also...More
We found the strip by accident. It was a good accident to have happen. One of the best pepperoni rolls I have ever had. A meat market with a little bit of everything. The best breads ever. Just like the title says. You can get...More
The “Strip District” is a must see if you enjoy large crowds especially on Saturday or Sunday during Steelers season.
Food and beverage are a great experience.
The area is family friendly but, as you can imagine it’s not a full day with young kids.
If you are looking for a unique shopping experience in Pittsburgh- this is it. There are lots of Steeler and Pengiun shops for all your clothing and sports memorabilia. There are neat restaurants, PenMac foods and little family owned stores. Put on your comfortable shoes...More
Several blocks long, the Strip District is a must for a trip to Pittsburgh. Be prepared to see unique and familiar things. Everything from food markets to pottery, to dried flowers, fresh flowers, Steelers merchandise...I could go on. It's a fun walk and certainly something...More
What to buy and make your own great ethnic recipes or just try a new type of restaurant, this is the place to go. On Saturday morning you can buy the best fresh bread right out on the street or want the experience of food,...More
We were thinking this was similar to an area in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where there is an old industrial district that has been cleaned up and revamped into apartments and stores and eateries.
But when we got to it, it was nothing like that. It was...More
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The Strip itself is open all hours, it just depends on the establishment you want access to. Some restaurants will have different hours than the stores. If you are looking for a certain restaurant, I’d contact that one... More
The Strip itself is open all hours, it just depends on the establishment you want access to. Some restaurants will have different hours than the stores. If you are looking for a certain restaurant, I’d contact that one directly. The small kiosks and food stands are probably open late at night. A word to the wise-parking is very limited and you’ll have to walk. I felt uneasy there even during the day. It’s crowded and seedy in spots. Not sure I’d want to be there late at night.