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  • 20th Annual Pittsburgh Irish Festival
    The sounds of guitars, bodhrans, fiddles, tin whistles surrounds visitors. The aromas of traditional Irish cuisine waft through the air, and around every turn is some new piece of Irish culture. No, this isn't some daydream fueled by too much shepherd's pie. Each year, the Pittsburgh Irish Festival transforms a small part of the city into the Emerald Isle. In total, the festival schedules more than 28 hours of entertainment over the course of three days. Four stages play host to Irish rock and other traditional music. Visitors might also see Irish step dancing and storytellers, who breathe new life into traditional legends and folktales. Hands-on activities also dot the festival grounds, including the chance to pet native Irish dogs or even search your family tree for Irish ancestors. And in addition to traditional cuisine, the festival hosts a tasting tent with Irish whiskey, Irish cider, and Irish experts who explain how these spirits are made.
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    1000 Sandcastle Dr
    Homestead, PA US
  • Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry
    Grab a seat at Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry if you're hungry for an easy American meal — sandwiches and salads are popular options at this low-key establishment. Whether you are looking for food low in fat or gluten-free, this restaurant is the place you want to eat. Toast your evening out at Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry with a glass of beer or wine from their lengthy drink list. Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful weather during your meal at Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry. Reservations are offered, so call ahead to lock down your table. No need to dress up for a trip to Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry's cooking from the comfort of their own home. Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry is a local eatery that serves up free parking. Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brwry offers a nice selection of mid-range cuisine, so you can expect a meal there to cost about $30 or less per person. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are all accepted.
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    171 E Bridge St
    Homestead, PA US
  • Full Pint Brewing
    For the four guys behind Full Pint Brewing Company, beer isn't just something to be enjoyed?it's a way of life. At their brewery and pub, they make and serve a variety of craft beers including the Chinookie IPA, White Lightning Belgian-style white ale, and the Little Brown brown ale. They supplement their lineup with seasonal beers, which run the gamut from stouts to ryes, and their limited release beer?cheekily named Nerd's Release?which they brew in extra-small batches during breaks in the brew schedule. To soak up the suds and ensure they remember their date's name, visitors can dig into a menu of bar-friendly snacks and specials such as soft pretzel bites with homemade sauces and specialty flatbread-style pizzas.
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    1963 Lincoln Hwy.
    North Versailles, PA US
  • Deli-Icious Catering
    Just because an invitation asks you to bring a "covered dish" to an event, that doesn't mean you can't get a little help with the cooking. In fact, the menu for the catering company Deli-Icious has a special section just for hot covered dishes, such as roast-beef asparagus rolls with horseradish cream cheese or shrimp and pasta primavera. Of course, the company can also provide full catering for events. For instance, a buffet package might include meat and cheese trays, vegetable platters, and your choice of hot dishes.
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    500 Station St
    Wilmerding, PA US
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    Founded in 1902, when everyone walked uphill both ways, the Bulls have evolved into one of the country's best-known minor-league teams. Boasting a rich history and talented prospects making their way to the majors, the Bulls play in the 15-year-old Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Featuring a 10,000-seat capacity, comfy extra-wide seating, a new video board, and a sublime view of the bull perched atop the 32-foot Blue Monster in left field, the Durham Bulls Athletic Park is a superb place to witness the 2009 AAA National Champions run, hit, and skillfully communicate with a flurry of dexterous semaphore. Stocked with young talent, the Bulls will showcase several players in 2010 that are sure to soon end up on a major-league roster. Inspired by 23-year-old Desmond Jennings—who posted a .325 batting average and .419 on-base percentage last year—and 22-year-old, hard-throwing Jeremy Hellickson—who fanned 70 batters and walked only 15 in 57.1 innings—the Bulls are primed for another title run through an action-packed schedule this year.
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    101 Mall Blvd
    Monroeville, PA US
  • Savoy Restaurant
    Savoy's executive chef, Kevin Watson, a 2013 Pittsburgh magazine?s "Best Restaurants Party" winner and Savor Pittsburgh multiple-award winner, draws from 25 years of culinary experience to put a modern spin on American dishes, from barbecue ribs and burgers to seafood. Chef Watson?s eclectic m?lange of upscale entrees and comfort fare has been featured on Pittsburgh Today, in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and in the recurring dreams of the restaurant?s regulars. Meanwhile, the space's ritzy d?cor has enticed celebrities that include Boris Kodjoe, Joe Manganiello, Tyson Beckford, Cedric the Entertainer, and Mya. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review marveled: "Pittsburgh designer Luca Paganico transformed an old, three-story building?in the Strip District into a posh, swanky, 74-seat establishment with imported Italian leather couches and chairs, fiber-optic bar tops, walls with lighting that changes color as customers dine, and different music playing in each room and hallway."
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    2623 Penn Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA US
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