At Storms Restaurant, diners can customize their own pasta by picking farfalle, penne, cappellini, or linguini noodles immersed in the customer's choice of sauce, such as plum-tomato-basil cream sauce or classic marinara. Guests can dig into classic Italian eats such as veal parmesan inside a spacious, 130-seat dining room, which can comfortably host large family gatherings or the world series of musical chairs. On Thursdays, diners can pluck stuffed banana peppers and assorted starters from an appetizer buffet at the bar, which touts a robust wine list and a selection of more than a dozen beers.
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Grandma's Dog Daycare LLC corrals canines into a cage-free indoor play zone, socializing them with a combination of supervised games and freeform romping. During daycare visits, professional trainers oversee tail waggers in separate areas for large breeds, smaller dogs, and puppies, which receive special attention from internationally acclaimed belly rubbers. Daily activities keep pets bounding around the play area or atop designated furniture, and are interspersed with treats.
On Saturdays, the daycare hosts classes for both young and adult dogs that coach obedience commands and behavioral tips. The center also opens its small play parks for visits from furry frolickers weighing up to 30 pounds. Ultimately, each program strives to keep its canine clientele engaged, active, and away from bad role models.
A party just isn't a party until someone recites "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" in a top hat shaped like a beer mug. With today's hard-partying Groupon, $15 gets you get $30 worth of party supplies and Pittsburgh-themed merchandise at the legendary Mike Feinberg Company in the heart of the Strip District.
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh delights children with hands-on learning and interactive exhibits that allow kids to interact with real stuff and do things they wouldn't normally do, such as hammer a nail, build a circuit, and ink a silkscreen. The museum welcomes nearly 250,000 visitors annually, encouraging them to explore its interactive permanent-exhibit areas, which include The Studio, Theater, Waterplay, Nursery, Backyard, and MAKESHOP.
MAKESHOP invites young minds and hands to tinker with sewing machines, woodworking, and electronics. Kids craft boats and build fountains in the nearby Waterplay exhibit, and in the Studio they form clay, paint portraits, and create paper from recycled-newspaper pulp. Infants, toddlers, and their families can play in the Nursery, where they build wooden train systems and then roll their trains around, comb colored sand with hand tools atop lighted tables, and ride a seesaw whose motion generates water bubbles.
The museum’s award-winning, three-story center building is screened by a shimmering wind sculpture and connects two historic structures—the Allegheny post office building and the Buhl Building. In 2006, it became a certified green building and was honored by the American Institute of Architects and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. In 2011, the museum was named one of the 10 Best Children’s Museums in the nation by Parents magazine.