This month finds rough, but funny, comedians visiting the ‘Burgh along with a new beer-centric restaurant and Craft Beer Week.
2017 starts to perk up a little more in March.
Six months have not passed since Belvedere’s reopened, but the club quickly reestablished itself as a Butler Street mainstay.
Many will visit Oakmont for the U.S. Open, but the area restaurants and bars make this borough a hot destination any week of the year.
A magical spectacular that features talented performers and their tricks.
Beer, minutiae, and lots of Bowie—the Entertainment Central Recon Patrol visits Gene’s Place in South Oakland.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust hosted a chocolate themed event at the Benedum Center. Local restaurants, chocolatiers, entertainers and artists joined in to make for a fun event.
Two new Heaven Nightclub events will be held at the Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel. One for Halloween and the other on New Year’s Eve.
The East End Brewery is developing into a full-service brew pub, offering a range of year-round and seasonal beers, brewed on site.
On a crisp Wednesday evening, Christopher Maggio and a friend patroned Voodoo Homestead, trying different drafts and mingling with the welcoming staff, supportive regulars, and aww-inducing canines.