Great ethnic food like kielbasa and cabbage rolls to name only a few. Great fresh produce, variety of baked goods and fresh fish and meat. Also several shops that sell Steeler, Pirates, Penguins and Pitt themed wares.
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Kurt Bjorklund. The Strip District campus in the heart of Pittsburgh seeks to share the message of Jesus, be a diverse expression of the church, and see lives changed by Jesus. It is primarily a young crowd in age and in heart.
By Rossilynne Culgan. Though it is a small section of the city, this half-mile of land is full of character -- from dive bars to dance clubs, coffee shops to museums, and kitschy shops to markets. To get the full Strip District experience, plan to spend an entire weekend day -- or more -- in this neighborhood.
The cuisines of Kaya are inspired by the sea and sun, melding fresh, high quality ingredients with bold flavor and alluring preparation. We incorporate the culinary customs of the Caribbean Islands, South America, the Pacific and beyond, using only the freshest herbs and spices combined with the excitement of a sizzling grill to create food that is exotic and lively. The varied and complex menu and festive tropical drinks have made Kaya an award-winning dining destination for more than 20 years.
It is a one-half square mile area of land northeast of the central business district bordered to the north by the Allegheny River and to the south by portions of the Hill District. The Strip District runs between 11th and 33rd Streets and includes three main thoroughfares — Smallman St. In the early 19th century, the Strip District was home to many mills and factories as its location along the Allegheny River made for easy transportation of goods and shipping of raw materials.
Getting to the Strip District by car, bus, bike, or on foot is easy. The Strip District is just east of Downtown Pittsburgh along a flat piece of land that runs between the south bank of the Allegheny River to the north, the steep hillsides of the Hill District and Polish Hill to the south and between 11th Street and 33rd Streets. When looking at a map the Strip sits between the river and the hills and between the two train trestles that cross the river at 11th and 33rd.
Have you been searching high and low for a unique gift to give to your sister? Or do you simply have a hankering for fresh fish? Located mostly on Penn Avenue and Smallman Street, the Strip District, once home to iron mills, foundries and glass factories, has revitalized into a haven for locals in quest of something just a little extra special.