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Went to Squirrel Hill recently to try a restaurant (Everyday Noodle) that got rave reviews online. We were staying in downtown Pittsburgh and got to Squirrel Hill w/in a 5 minute drive. We were thrilled to feel like we were back home in NYC. Squirrel...More
Love visiting this neighborhood of Pittsburgh. There are cool places to stop and shop, and restaurants aplenty. A person can even go to the movies here. Nice to walk around and sample the architecture.
We wish we had more time to explore this pleasant neighborhood and shops. We were able to grab a bite on Murray Avenue but didn’t get to go to the shops. We enjoyed the architecture and viewing all the different shops(darn if only they were...More
My sister-in-law lives in the neighborhood, so I am there periodically. The houses are often attractive and often have lovely gardens in front. However, as someone who has travelled the world, I would not recommend a special trip there for sightseeing.
Squirrel Hill is unique in that you can spend hours here and do so many things; small shops sell unique items such as jewelry, paintings, sculpture. clothing; several bars and restaurants offer a variety of foods; bars stay open late; you can visit the Carnegie...More
This area stems out from the corner of Forbes and Murray. Jerry’s records has more vintage vinyl then anywhere I’ve ever seen. Mediterranean, Chinese, Vietnamese, Italian, or the basic American staples at the Squirrelhill Cafe. A pleasant walk in a safe neighborhood for an afternoon...More
Long known as an elite area with lavish homes and wonderful restaurants and business places, Squirrel Hill continues to host a diverse population from orthodox Jews to immigrants of every persuasion and students from all parts of the globe. I see it as low crime...More