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    Depends if you have kids with you or not. There's a steakhouse just outside of Pitt that is easily the best place to eat that we found when we lived there. It's the Log Cabin Inn. The place is a 160 year old cabin, great atmosphere and incredible with food. If you like sautéed mushrooms theirs are great.

    http://www.springfields.com/lci_files/logcabininn.html over 9 years ago

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    Hi Chacho, I am originally from Pittsburgh. There is quite a bit to do in summer, it just depends on your interests really. Definitely take the incline up to Mount Washington for a beautiful view of the city. There is a great Italian restaurant at the top called A Tavola if you are looking for a great dinner spot. The Andy Warhol museum is also worth a visit, and a Pirates baseball game (just for the view!). You could also check out Shadyside for some good shopping and cafes and go to the Southside (East Carson St.) for the best nightlife. If you want to get out of the city the Greendance Winery is worth a stop as well! Let me know if you need any more tips! over 9 years ago

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    Avoid trying to drive in Pittsburg it's hard and confusing not laid out like most cities over 9 years ago

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    Primanti Bros. is a staple here in the Burg....try one their incredible sandwiches! Ducky tours are a pretty good way to the city and rivers all in about an hour or so. Eleven is one of the best places to eat in town. PNC Park just named top ballpark in the country this year, not a bad seat in the house. Check out Stage AE to see a top name act at one of the coolest venues in the tri-state area. over 7 years ago

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