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Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

mojoeater | Jun 16, 201207:51 AM

We're planning a trip and the Burgh is high on our list of destination choices. But I haven't been there for any length of time since the 1980's so don't know my way around. I've been reading all the postings for dining suggestions and there seem to be a great number of options, which is terrific. Only problem is, I'm having a tough time figuring out where all the neighborhoods mentioned are, how close they are together, and if they are walkable.

Our ideal vacation is one where we check into the hotel and don't have to get into a car or public transportation most of the visit. Some of the most appealing dinner options are Downtown, including Meat & Potatoes and Root 174. We also feel obligated to hit one Primanti Bros location. I have seen more casual dining suggestions for South Side and The Strip, and we tend to eat more casually most of the time. We also like to have bars close to the hotel so we can stumble home.

As big beer drinkers, we know we'll have to get in a car/cab/bus to hit Penn Brewery and Church Brew. But which neighborhood gives us the most walkable options for eating?

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