1) The “Craft” in Crafthouse Stage & Grill refers to not only craft beer (50 drafts total) but also craft food and craft music. The menu features starters, entrées, burgers, sandwiches, and salads. If tobacco is your vice, the Crafthouse also houses a cigar bar with over 20 cigar offerings. The craft music runs the gamut of local and national bands and D.J. Andy on All Request Thursdays. Most weeks they run four nights of live music. Other entertainment options on site include axe throwing and an escape room. For a list of all events, check the website. The Crafthouse is affiliated with Legacy Lanes, so bowl, work up an appetite, and stop by the restaurant for music and merriment. Hours for Legacy Lanes can be found here. 5024 Curry Rd., Baldwin. (CM)
2) Ceili is an Irish word for gathering and that’s just what will be happening at Mullaney’s Harp & Fiddle tonight with the Pittsburgh Ceili Club. Dancing starts at 7:15 p.m. with lessons for beginners, then live music and dancing go from 8-10 p.m. 2329 Penn Ave., Strip District.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Free admission: 7:30-9PM
Celebrate RADical Days with a free concert at Heinz Hall! Associate conductor Andrés Franco leads the orchestra in a program of light classics. Music lovers young and old will enjoy Barber’s Overture to The School for Scandal and Concerto for Violin and orchestra, Dvorak’s American Suite and “New World” Symphony and Bernsteins’ Overture to Candide. Though this is a free performance with general admission, advance reesrvations are recommended. Reserve your tickets at the Heinz Hall box office in person, or at (412) 392-4900.
Heinz Hall, 600 Penn Ave. (Downtown)