SPAK brothers pizza - The best grub you can sink your teeth into! It's a take out kind of place with a few stools and a bar, we cannot wait to take it home, so we devour it right there.
The Warhol - My most favorite place to hang out in the city! I have grown very fond of Andy Warhol in the past year. Just being near his work inspires me greatly. The exhibits are wonderful, too… and so is the Chai Tea Latte at the cafe.
Carnegie Museum Of Art - I could spend every day here and never tire of it! Plus it's connected to the city library, a huge bonus!
Carnegie Library - I love it here! Chock full of the best art books! I love spending mornings/afternoons strolling around the aisles… and there's a bubble tea/sushi vendor across the lawn if you grow weary.
Dobra Tea - The perfect place to linger alone or with friends. Take your shoes off, find a little cushioned nook, pore over the menu (book) of lovely teas + treats, & ring the bell to be served!
Lili Cafe in Polish Hill - The best hipster place and fun neighborhood to walk around. The soy matcha latte is dreamy and perfect accompaniment of Punk Toast!
Franktuary - A classy little place with a great variety of franks and beer… vegan dogs and beet balls, oh my!
Espresso A Mano - Classy little coffee stop in Lawrenceville that makes a great macchiato! Not far from the Franktuary. It's open later than most coffee shops in Pittsburgh.
Cathedral of Learning - This place is just amazing, educational & great for strolling around.
The Cafe at Frick & Gallery (Fancy Schmancy + worth it) - A wonderful menu and wonderful atmosphere, but it's small inside, try to get there early.
Mattress Factory - If you love art and interacting with art you will LOVE this place! Check out Randyland near by - just for the fun of it. He's a cool guy with lots of stories! :)
Montour Trail - Perfect spot for running with headphones! Goes on for miles and miles and miles!
El Burro - If you visit the Warhol this is the perfect place to go to afterwards for lunch/dinner! It's far better than the generic fast food chain!
Schenely Park (just get lost…it's the best way to explore this park) - It's hard to believe the city is surrounding you when you are wandering around in this park, that's what I love about it… hop off the trail and you are in the heart of Pittsburgh.
Phipps - Plants, Butterflies, Chihuly art, all inside amazing greenhouses - you can't go wrong!
Artist & Craftsman Supply Store - A really great art store loaded with all kinds of supplies you want, even though you don't need. It's a dangerous place for your wallet! It's close to Dobra Tea house!
Warhol's Grave Site - A very humble graveyard & perfect place for a picnic!
Earth inspired salads - Only open on weekdays, a brilliant little place to grab a healthy lunch! Take it to go and head over to Market Square for great people watching!
Trader Jack's Flea Market - An interesting experience for sure! Rather Ripped Records is tucked inside and by far the best record shop around! The owner is so cool and full of knowledge and stories! He met Patti Smith before she was a legend!
Sushi Fuku - Sushi Burritos are going to be "the next big thing", I just know it. YUM!
Amazing cafe - A healthy little cafe with freshly made juices! Pricey, but so good!