Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Travel Guide

Articles about Pittsburgh

By Lindsey Olander

Hallelujah! Dormant churches are being reborn as hotels, restaurants, breweries—even thumping nightclubs.

By Katrina Brown Hunt

Jazz legends, symphonic masterpieces—and some really cool punk karaoke. Travel + Leisure readers kept the beat as they ranked the best music towns in the land.

By Katrina Brown Hunt

From voodoo spa treatments to armadillo races and subversive donut shops, Travel + Leisure readers ranked the cities with the most kooks per capita.

By Spencer Spellman

These modern boîtes have the moody atmospheres, gin fizzes, and secret entrances befitting their speakeasy past.

By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Katrina Brown Hunt

Which cities have the most eye-catching locals? According to Travel + Leisure readers, attractiveness may be next to friendliness, but a few beaches don’t hurt, either.

Restaurants in Pittsburgh

Vintage and art bikes hang from bicycle-themed murals on the ceiling. Try a locally brewed Pedal Pale Ale with a hamburger—Pittsburghers call them Pitts-Burgers—topped with the city’s traditional fried egg and coleslaw.

Things to do in Pittsburgh

The brilliant Frank Lloyd Wright designed his masterpiece to straddle a forest waterfall, and the resulting home, built as a bucolic escape for a Pittsburgh department store owner, where the river’s rush is always audible, has been an architectural icon ever since. Admission $20