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$55 ticket for trying to squeeze in one more place on end of parking row, and even paid at the kiosk....could have given a warning to us tourists. I brought a lot of visitors, including internationals to city....VERY unhappy because of that. But, to be...More
This place has lots of shops and eateries. Wholey's has fresh fish and at good prices, and offers some cooked seafood for eat in or take out. The Strip offers numerous other food options, souvenir shops and antique stores. Street parking is difficult but there...More
Located on the corner of 24th and Penn in the strip, this market is filled with local vendors one of which is a satellite branch of East End Brewing company. They do not carry all the varieties of beer that the main brewery offers but...More
Almost unimaginable! Everything is here. Restaurants, bars, vendors, and people! Lots of people. Maybe because it was Christmas Eve it seemed inundated. Very impressive markets and vendor stands. Unbelievable that anything under the sun can be had here. One market had enormous selection of seafood....More
I recently returned to Pittsburgh after being away for 7 months. Of course, the first thing to do is go to the Strip and stock up on exotic cheeses from Pennsylvania Macaroni, sample tabouli and olives at Stamoolis Brothers, the Greek store next door, sniff...More
Loved all the shops but they really need to advertise where people can park. When we were finished and headed back to hotel that is when we found all the parking. Street parking in front of the shops is almost impossible. Worth the trip and...More
The strip district is a must visit place. This is only one of the many places to see in downtown Pittsburgh. Worth a trip here to visit lots of specialist outlets selling everything from great coffee to fish and sausage.
Really fantastic area to explore. So many little booths and shops to go in and out of. Even if you don't buy anything, it's just a great place to check out. Makes you feel part of the city culture! I spent hours browsing, and there...More