If there is one thing Pittsburgh is known for, it’s our neighborhoods. All 90 city nabes, the first-ring suburbs and beyond. We love them deeply, fiercely, with a passion typically reserved for our sports teams. Once, while taking a city-loving visitor around town, we waltzed through Downtown, the North Side, East Liberty, Squirrel Hill, the South Side, the Strip and more. “How many walkable, wonderful neighborhoods can one city have?” he yelled (and we weren’t even halfway through the tour).
We invite you to take a closer look at all of the Pittsburgh neighborhoods here. Soon there will be more, along with videos and new photos and updates on the latest happenings.
- $10 Hamilton tickets for every Pittsburgh performance via #HAM4HAM lottery. Here’s how to get them.
- New modular home project in Garfield could be a model for affordable development in Pittsburgh
- Northview Heights Public Safety Center aims to become a national model for community policing
- Blue Sparrow adds a vintage Greyhound bus to its food truck fleet — and plans a brick-and-mortar restaurant
- Liberty Magic will open Downtown in February. BYOB and a sense of wonder.
- How can Pittsburghers respond to the appearance of white supremacist hate fliers in Squirrel Hill?
- Grab lunch at the new Duncan Street Sandwich Shop. Then sign up for a five-course dinner.
- Froggy’s in Bloomfield opens, raising a glass to Pittsburgh’s drinking past
- Three Pigs Collective in Lawrenceville melds new art with vintage fashion
- Smallman Galley welcomes crumb and Ba-Co: an all-vegan pop-up and a barbecue taco joint
- Rethinking the meaning of Thanksgiving in the wake of the Tree of Life shooting
- Emmanuelle crafts beautiful ceramics, now available at PG&H
- 12-seat Seasons, serving only “chef’s tasting menu” dinners, is now open in Etna
- Peter Lawrence, a women’s fashion store, opens in Downtown Pittsburgh
- The Roaming Social Club is back on tour, giving Pittsburghers access to private nightspots