Deals in North Side


Dine-In or Take-Out Sandwiches and Bar Food, or Dinner for Two or Four at Modern Cafe (Up to 44% Off)

Modern Cafe

Pittsburgh

Reubens, tuna melts, and other hearty sandwiches paired with more than 90 different beers at a local spot that’s been in business since 1933

$23.99 $15

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$11 for $25 Worth of Canned Food and More — Northside Common Ministries

Northside Common Ministries

Pittsburgh

From the merchant: Enjoy a delicious brunch and delightful entertainment while you help the local food pantry feed our hungry neighbors.

$25 $11

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Dinner for Two or Four at Hog Head's Bar & Grill (40% Off) 

Hog Head's Bar & Grill

Hog Head's Bar & Grill

This neighborhood bar and grill serves upscale pub grub like pizzas, black angus burgers, and steak and egg sandwiches

$25 $15

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$12 for a Mediterranean Dinner for Two at The Park House (Up to $27 Value)

The Park House

Park House

Chef Zamir Zahavi serves up fresh falafel, lamb gyros, and hummus pizzas in a century-old tavern with punched-tin ceilings and exposed brick

$27 $12

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Steakhouse Cuisine for Two or Four at Andrew’s Steak & Seafood (Up to 55% Off). Four Options Available.

Rivers Casino

Rivers Casino

New York strip steaks aged 21 days, lobster tails, and oysters Rockefeller paired with an award-winning wine list 200+ strong

$55 $25

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European Cuisine for Dinner or Lunch at Penn Brewery (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Penn Brewery

Penn Brewery

Chefs draw upon area’s heritage as they serve up hearty Euro food complemented by brewed-on-site German & American beers

$25 $15

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Select Local Merchants

Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. We are T.A.M and R.A.M.P certified professional bartenders, ready to staff all events. Femmé Elite bartenders are resaonably priced and have over 9 years experience.
121 East McIntyre Avenue
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
The 42nd annual Mexican War Streets Society House & Garden Tour guides patrons through Victorian-style homes and gardens, raising funds to preserve the historic north-side neighborhood. Paired patrons stroll through the federally designated historic district, taking in late-19th-century architecture, commenting on flowering and waterfalling gardens, and ducking their top hats beneath doorframes. Character-filled homes open up to show their modern renovations and restorations of chandeliers, hardwood floors, fireplaces, and carved trim and crown molding. Guests can direct questions to knowledgeable domicile docents, stop in at an array of refreshment areas and local-art exhibits, and get advice from restoration specialists on their own historic renovation projects, such as repairing the stained glass in an antique doghouse.
Eloise St. and Monterey St.
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
Chef Dan Bartow, along with his wife, mother-in-law, and other skilled cooks, know how to keep people coming to their restaurant, Legends of the North Shore. Their delicious Italian cooking attracts locals as well as patrons from all over the tri-state area. If you plan to stop by as well, know that they are open from 11AM to 8PM Monday, 11AM to 9PM Tuesday – Thursday, 11AM to 930PM Friday, and 4PM to 930PM Saturday. Legends isn’t cheap, but to their credit they do offset their prices by allowing customers to bring their own beer, so you won’t be gouged on alcohol like at most restaurants. Instead of depending on drinks to turn a profit, Chef Bartow and company have stayed in business for over a decade by the merit of their food alone.
500 E North Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
RIF Pittsburgh annually gives 60,000 free books and motivational literacy activities to children in more than 100 schools, community centers, and public housing across the city. Increasing the number of books in low-income homes can directly affect how often children will read on their own or with their families, which helps strengthen their essential literacy skills. Through RIF Pittsburgh’s programs, students can select their own stories or books to take home to keep and peruse with their families, sparking their desire to read in a positive environment.
10 Childrens Way
Pittsburgh,
PA
US
Dedicated to celebrating the ghosts of musical theater past and present, the Pittsburgh CLO proudly remains a nonprofit cultural institution that lauds distinguished musical-theater folk while launching the careers of another generation of skilled performers. Opened in 1903, its frequent venue the Byham Theater is a spectacle in itself, as theatergoers will note from the landmark's original mosaic-tile floor and restored cherub lobby.
6 Allegheny Square E
Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania
US