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Located on a narrow strip of land in a flood plain, scenic neighborhood features historic points of interest such as Senator John Heinz Regional History Center and Pennsylvania Railroad Fruit Auction Building.
We loved walking in and out of the funky, yummy shops. If we lived or stayed for an extended time we would love to buy groceries here.
We walked to Market Square area from the Strip. Easy walking but might be long walk for some...enjoyed...More
The strip is in the older district of Pittsburgh. Many restaurants and many Steelers sports stores. There are some markets selling fruit, fish market. Interesting to walk around. Probably more fun on weekends
We went to the Strip on a Saturday morning. It was very busy and parking was a bit stressful, and expensive. We weren’t looking for anything in particular but were really surprised that Steeler apparel was really about the only thing offered. You have your...More
People get very excited about this part of Pittsburgh, but it is small compared to similar market areas in bigger cities. I don't really consider it a destination, but it does get very crowded on weekends. Used to be some great food and drink bargains....More
If staying downtown its worth making a walk over to the strip district. There are some cool places to eat and it’s got a very blue collar Pittsburgh sports vibe going on. Some of the food could be better, but it’s not bad.