Most of us don’t shouldn’t take off work early to go shopping – and there is nothing more frustrating than getting to your favorite store and realizing it closed while you were waiting for the bus. Fear not! While many shops in Lawrenceville stay open late every Thursday, shops and galleries will stay open until 9pm the second Thursday of every month as part of Shop Late Night in Lawrenceville (SLN). This year this event is better than ever with more shops, an online map, and specials at local restaurants and bars for SLN shoppers!
Shop Late Night in Lawrenceville! … Read the rest
I was taking a brief break from work this morning to check the headlines on the Post-Gazette and Huffington Post. Right below Don Draper and next to Bubba Watson is a picture of something that looks like it came from Pittsburgh….
I clicked through to find this post – Thank You, Pittsburgh, For the Greatest Cake America Has Ever Made.
But then we got our hands on a cake from Prantl’s Bakery in Pittsburgh and we realized that we couldn’t be more wrong. No cake made in any of the five boroughs of New York holds a candle to Prantl’s… Read the rest
Here’s an obvious fact: Pittsburgh’s identity was, and still is, deeply entwined with the steel industry. After all, we’re nicknamed the Steel City, which we’re reminded of whenever prime time football comes to town and floods our televisions with images of steel mills, by the numerous Pittsburgh-related projects that are given names referencing steel (for example, our own Steel of the Week), and whenever we pass through any of the formerly-thriving steel towns.
But those of us who have lived in, worked for, and loved this city for any significant amount of time know how very much more there is… Read the rest
What’s better than beating the heat with a popsicle? How about beating the heat with a freshly made popsicle containing fresh fruit and ingredients from the back of a bicycle? Pittsburgh’s newest (and only) popsicle delivery system on 2 wheels is changing the way to eat frozen treats.
English teacher and Pittsburgh native Todd Saulle started The Pop Stop after a conversation with a friend who owns a popsicle shop in West Philadelphia. Saulle was captivated with the idea and started research immediately. Given the recent boom in mobile food in Pittsburgh, Saulle decided to take the concept mobile, and… Read the rest
Even though today is International Beer Day, it’s a great chance to go local with these Pittsburgh businesses that know and love beer.
Coming soon to Braddock, this promising venture is a collaboration between two CMU grads. They’re working on getting a full production brewery set up, and are eventually planning to add a taproom and lounge. Even though it’s not open yet, it’s totally worth keeping an eye on!
church brew works interior (Photo credit: calamity_hane)
Church Brew Works
While their beer is tasty and their food menu interesting, the most impressive thing about Church Brew Works… Read the rest