Things to Do

  • Duquesne Incline - Ride the incline up to Mt. Washington to see spectacular views of the city
  • PNC Park - The Pirates are home vs. the Phillies during our wedding weekend.
  • Andy Warhol Museum - If you didn't know, Andy Warhol was originally a Pittsburgher!
  • The Heinz History Center - Get to know some local Pittsburgh history.
  • The Carnegie Science Center - Pittsburgh's best museum for hands-on exploration, with science shows, exhibits, a mini railroad and a real submarine.
  • Strip District - If you head to Primanti Bros., take a walk around the Strip District while you are there. The Strip is home to a vibrant mix of old-style grocers and gourmet food shops, street stands selling produce and t-shirts, plus upbeat bars, classic Italian eateries and sandwich places.

  • Primanti Bros. - Pittsburgh's iconic sandwich! You can visit the original location in the Strip District.
  • Pamela's Diner - A breakfast staple in Pittsburgh - try the crepe-style hotcakes!
  • The North Shore - Home to the city’s professional football and baseball stadiums, Heinz Field and PNC Park, plus lots of lively sports bars, steakhouses and brewpubs.
  • Church Brew Works - An old Pittsburgh church turned brewery, where you can dine where pews used to be.
  • Hotel Monaco Rooftop Biergarten - Seasonal rooftop hangout with German-influenced grub, European beers & pub games.
  • Hofbräuhaus - German brewery modeled like the Munich original has seasonal beer, Bavarian fare & costumed servers.
  • Altius - A modern outpost for upscale New American dishes & craft cocktails which offers scenic city views of the city from Mt. Washington
  • Butcher and the Rye - The two-story restaurant is a destination for its extensive whiskey collection and creative menu, which offers contemporary riffs on rustic American dishes.
  • Lawrenceville - Home to many artists and designers, this trendy area is on the rise with one-of-a-kind shops and an awesome dining scene.
Kasia Labocki