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Pittsburgh, PA Escorts
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Pittsburgh is the second largest city in the state of Pennsylvania and is home to large and proud population. In Pittsburgh they really love their sports teams like NHL favorite Sid Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins, and the ever dominant Pittsburgh Steelers professional football team, as well as the famous major league baseball team The Pittsburgh Pirates. Still this great city has much more to offer than just their great sports team. The downtown area is lined with awesome bars and nightclubs for anyone looking to have a good time. During the day be sure to visit the Pittsburgh Museum of Art of the Natural History museum if you are looking to a more educational and cultured experience during your visit.
Bars and Date Spots:
2650 California Ave
One of Pittsburgh's hottest nightspots, Krista's Cantina is known for having some of the city's best wings. When the game is over but you're not, head over to Krista's, where the party keeps going. Open every night, this upper-class dive bar is a great place to hang with friends, offering great food and drink specials as well as some of Pittsburgh's most friendly and professional wait staff.
418 Simple St
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Most bars located in the Pittsburgh area are packed beyond comprehension with college kids most nights of the week. Uncle Jimmy's is a different breed, acting more like a hometown tavern even while surrounded by places catering to mass amounts of thirsty college students. That's not to say Uncle Jimmy's is dead or that college kids don't frequent the establishment only that Uncle Jimmy's caters to those who enjoy relaxed atmosphere, easy-to-come-by seats, and pool tables without long waiting lists. As with most bars, the clientele during the day consists mostly of older residents but switches to a mix of young and old as night falls. Cheap beer and great atmosphere have a way of turning first-time customers into long time regulars.
Squirrel Hill Cafe
5802 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
A neighborhood favorite, "the cage" (as it's familiarly known) snags students and locals with great deals on classic brews. Vintage decor and a working dumbwaiter hints at the Squirrel Hill Cafe's origin as a speakeasy back in the 1920s. The winding staircase leads to additional seating on the second floor. In the background, a jukebox plays a variety of tunes, from classic rock to jazz. So if you are looking for great drinks in a vintage atmosphere be sure to check out the Squirrel Hill Cafe.
31'st Street Pub
3101 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
One of the most rocking' joints in the Strip District, 31st Street Pub books nothing but hard, shoot-straight-from-the-hip acts who play loud, cutting-edge tunes. Indeed, obscenities and ear plugs are likely cohorts at this music-first bar, where the walls are adorned with seemingly countless band stickers. Check the club's calendar for a laundry list of upcoming bands both local and nationally recognized. The drinks will flow and the music will melt your face when you make your way down to 31'st Street Pub for a night of rock star style partying.
Funny Bone Comedy Club
101 Radisson Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Since 1982, Funny Bone Comedy Club has brought both local and nationally known comedy acts to Pittsburgh. The place features a full bar and dinner-show packages, and cover charges depend on the night and the talent that's been booked. Open mic night on Tuesday provides a chance for locals to get up on stage and do their best to make you laugh. Past guests have included Jay Leno, Billy Crystal, Elaine Boosler, and the late great Robin Williams. Two-drink minimum is the requirement but I'm sure as the laughs throughout the night increase, so will your drink orders.
Church Brew Works
3525 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Church Brew Works was originally St. John the Baptist Church, and in 1996, the sacred building was transformed into a spectacular brewery like none other in the city. The room still retains the feel of a sanctuary with its lofty ceilings, but today, the pipe organ has been replaced with a brewpub. Beers have suitably sacred names like Celestial Gold, Pipe Organ Pale Ale, and Pious Monk Dunkel. The pub serves a range of creative lunches and dinners as well. Try Untraditional Pittsburgh Pierogies to start, and follow up with buffalo and wild mushroom loaf or tamarind glazed chicken. Homemade ice creams and cakes will satisfy your sweet tooth. Once you visit Church Brew Works you will be praying for the night you and your friends decide to go back.
56-58 S 12th St
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Combining intimate space and a sophisticated sound system, the Club Cafe offers luxurious atmosphere and fabulous shows. Patrons enjoy comfy seating within 30 feet of the stage and a swanky illuminated bar that serves first-class martinis and your favorite bottled beers as well as a decent selection of wine. A streamlined menu of delicious appetizers, salads, and flatbread pizzas are available to satisfy your hunger. So if you are in Pittsburgh and looking for a classy night out with great music and drinks, Club Cafe will not disappoint.
1630 Smallman St
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Unique from the rest of the Pittsburgh night scene, this members-only club is specifically for ages 15-21 only. Although it has the look and feel of a typical urban hotspot, Club Zoo was created to give the Pittsburgh youth any opportunity to party in a safer, drug-free location. No alcohol is served. With over 20,000 sq. ft. of space, multiple dance platforms and five bars, this is where the kids kick it on Fridays and Saturdays. Look up, and you'll spot the VIP room equipped with a sleek oxygen bar. Look down and see the dance floor glow below as the youth of Pittsburgh get crazy and enjoy their weekend.
5972 Baum Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Lovers of slam poetry, underground hip-hop, and spinning DJs find joy in Shadow Lounge's Goodwill bought couches. Justin Strong, a native Pittsburgher, started the club as a way to host parties. Over the years, it has evolved into the best place to find underground music, and the artsy, bluesy lounge is one of the businesses helping to bring class and sophistication back to Pittsburgh's East Liberty neighborhood.
Consol Energy Center
1001 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Once you have had your fill of music and drinks in Pittsburgh head over to the Consol Energy Center for some good old competitive sports. The Consol Energy Center is home to the Pittsburgh Penguins professional ice hockey team and their star forward Sidney Crosby. Knows throughout the city as, “the igloo," the Pittsburgh Penguins have brought home three Stanley Cup Championships that hang proudly from the rafters. Pittsburgh is a notoriously big hockey town so head over to the Consol Energy Center, which will be filled with adoring fans, and watch Sid the Kid and the Pittsburgh Penguins take to the ice. Single game and season tickets both available.