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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.
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At first glance, the Strip District is a sea of Pittsburgh Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates t-shirts and memorabilia. Look a little closer and there is a lot more going on.
From locally-famous breakfast places and coffee shops to a range of boutique shops and local...More
This is a great area to get out stretch your legs, grab some food and do some shopping. If you are looking for Steelers wearables this place has a lot to offer. If you are looking for specialty food items, novelty items, small gifts, Christmas...More
Stopped here on our way out of town on a Sunday. Many shops and restaurants...but lots of tourists as well. Parking is challenging and (as I am not a Steeler fan), there are way too many Steeler memorabilia shops.
Great for shopping, especially Steelers gear. Was walking distance from hotel and close to Stadium. Steelers Blitzburgh bus was parked along the road on game day to take pictures. Found great selection of Steelers memorabilia.
A century ago the Strip District was an industrial center with warehouses and factories. Now those businesses are gone, but the building still stand, redesigned as fashionable loft apartments boutique hotels, and other trendy retail spaces. Some buildings have been reshaped by Pittsburgh Ballet Theater...More
If you love eclectic and quirky, then The Strip District is a must when visiting Pittsburgh. Within walking distance of the Convention Center, it's filled with on-street vendors, ethnic restaurants and grocery stores, and plenty of bakeries.
Most shops are closed on Sundays; the rest...More
The Strip District was an easy walk from our hotel. This is a great place on a Saturday morning - all the shops open up right onto the street. There's lots to see and experience, great coffee shops and nice restaurants. Lots of people, the...More
The Strip district is great to see to pick up your local team shirts, cheese and pasta, coffee and wine.
They also have good vegetables 🍅 fresh in the outdoor markets.
Make sure you visit the Macaroni Company and have them cut some fresh cheese....More
You can't visit Pittsburgh without visiting the Strip District. Walk down Penn Avenue and any place you will stop will have phenomenal food. My favorites are Pennsylvania Macaroni for all things Italian, Presto Georges for coffee and Robert Wholey's for fish sandwiches. There is also...More
Response from GretaPiggy | Reviewed this property |
The Strip itself is open all hours, it just depends on the establishment you want access to. Some restaurants will have different hours than the stores. If you are looking for a certain restaurant, I’d contact that one... More
The Strip itself is open all hours, it just depends on the establishment you want access to. Some restaurants will have different hours than the stores. If you are looking for a certain restaurant, I’d contact that one directly. The small kiosks and food stands are probably open late at night. A word to the wise-parking is very limited and you’ll have to walk. I felt uneasy there even during the day. It’s crowded and seedy in spots. Not sure I’d want to be there late at night.