We can't mention this enough, but when the football season is in motion and there's a home game, Pittsburgh comes alive from all corners to see the black and yellow crush some pigskin. Going to a game at Heinz field is an experience in itself to see what makes Pittsburgh tick, but if you're not the sporting type, there's of course a vast selection of bars for you to chose from, many with that turn-of-the-century type feel that made it large when Pittsburgh was living the high life. Pirates' games aren't exactly the most popular thing in town, but because they aren't, prices are much lower than a normal game to try and keep the profits flowing. Cash in on some cheap beer and garlic fries and take in probably the most beautiful backdrop in baseball with the city lighting up the sky. Originally, the 31st Street Pub catered to mill workers who would stop by for a beer after a hard day at work. Elegant but functional, SoHo is an upscale Bar and Restaurant that provides great customer service while maintaining a clean, comfortable, and exciting environment. Jack's likes to proclaim that it never closes. The place is open every day of the year, even on Christmas and Thanksgiving. After dark, join the locals at these Pittsburgh hotspots nightclubs for live music, dancing and a well-earned night of fun.
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