Need something to do in Pittsburgh? Interested in scenic Pittsburgh views? Are you hungry and looking for great restaurants in Pittsburgh? All of these things and more are what make Pittsburgh a diverse and interesting city to visit. Pittsburgh Beautiful is a collection of everything that we, the Pittsburghers, love about our city. Check here regularly for updates on shopping in Pittsburgh, things to do in Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh events. If you’re looking for the best Pittsburgh neighborhoods, look no further!  We’ll even throw in a couple of cool Pittsburgh stories for yinz!

14 Pittsburgh Summer Activities To Love

Summer 2018 in Pittsburgh is going to be one of the best yet. Here are 14 things we’re excited about this summer in Pittsburgh. 1. Trying Primanti’s new sandwich Primanti’s has gone above and beyond with this one. They’ve introduced a new...

read more

7 Hidden Gems You’ve Probably Missed in Pittsburgh

If you’re tired of the same old places that everyone in the ‘burgh seems to frequent, we found some great hidden gems in Pittsburgh  that are perfect for when “your place” just won’t cut it. Who knows? One of these could become your new favorite! Gaucho Parrilla...

read more

Moio Muses about the Pirates… from the Beach

This week’s Moio’s Musings comes to you from lovely Hilton Head Island in South Carolina where the sun shines as often as it rains in Pittsburgh. Not that I am moving any time soon, but man is the weather gorgeous. Some simple musings from the beach....

read more

5 Great North Shore Restaurants

Photo by Pittsburgh Beautiful The North Shore is bustling with our sports stadiums and other businesses of course. However, that’s what makes it the perfect place for dining. There’s the upscale Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse, fun and lively Burgatory and...

read more

Steelers Preseason Takeaways – It’s Early

It’s still broke. The run defense is still soft. That is my initial takeaway from last night Steelers’ preseason opener, a 31-14 win, over the Philadelphia Eagles. Other takeaways: Landry Jones is ahead of Mason Rudolph (and should be), but is he worth keeping around...

read more

5 Great Restaurants in Homewood

Homewood has lots of delicious, family-run restaurants including lots of barbecue like The Dream BBQ and Simmie’s. Don’t miss these eateries next time you’re in the area. 1. The Dream BBQ This barbecue, soul food and chicken joint serves some darn...

read more

7 of the Best Nail Salons in Pittsburgh

There are plenty of options for nails in Pittsburgh. All over the city, you’ll find salons perfect for a relaxing afternoon with girlfriends or even a date with your guy for a gentleman’s manicure. 1. Harmony Salon This Wexford salon offers shellac...

read more

A Familiar Red Thorn in the Pirates Side

Pirates fans spoke to management through attendance, and management obviously heard, and now Pirates fans have responded, at least for one weekend, by coming out to PNC Park to watch the revamped Buccos battle an old nemesis – the St. Louis Cardinals. Sadly, the...

read more

You Gotta Regatta!

The Pittsburgh EQT Three Rivers Regatta begins today, and lasts through the weekend. We’re here to bring you everything you need to know about the festival and also give you a little history of the event too. 2018 Regatta Events This year’s Regatta is...

read more

Did Bucs hit the bullseye with Archer?

This week’s musings had to wait. Neal Huntington suggested last Sunday that the Pirates would, “love to add,” to a team that had just won 15 of its last 18 games to play itself back into the wild card race in the National League. So the musings were put on hold to see...

read more

Things to do in Pittsburgh this Weekend (8-3 through 8-5)

Photo by Pittsburgh Beautiful Welcome to August! Enjoy horse and carriage rides downtown, outdoor exercise classes or Andy Warhol’s 90th birthday celebration among other events. Whatever you choose to do, we hope you have a Pittsburgh Beautiful weekend! Friday...

read more

5 Great South Side Restaurants

The South Side is a vibrant neighborhood with so many great restaurant options. If you’re craving pub food, Italian or just simple café fare, there’s something for everyone. 1. Piper’s Pub Enjoy a pub atmosphere that serves up a delicious English...

read more

Pittsburgh Suburbs: History of Kennedy Township

A Brief History of Kennedy Township Kennedy Township is located in Allegheny County 10 miles west of Pittsburgh. Back in 1787, James Speer got a patent of land from William Penn. He built the first brick house on a farm in the area that is now Kennedy. Other notable...

read more

4 Great Restaurants in Point Breeze

Point Breeze is a fun and exciting neighborhood with lots of restaurants to try. From Pino’s modern Italian food, to Peppi’s subs and fries and the gorgeous Café at the Frick, there’s something for all tastes to try. 1. Pino’s Contemporary...

read more

Let's be friends. Never miss a Pittsburgh Beautiful post again!

You have successfully subscribed! Thanks for being apart of our community!

X
%d bloggers like this: