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Discover the Strip District featuring a melting pot of ethnic eateries interlaced with specialty shops, local produce, and sidewalk vendors. Lawrenceville, where you will taste delicious specialties from local shops and eateries. Move on to Brookline or South Side and get a historic narrative of the area along with a sampling of cuisine from some of Pittsburgh's best small local businesses.

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Eating My Way Through Pittsburgh’s Strip District on a Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour

Burgh Bites and Bites Food Tour in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

One of my favorite things about visiting large cities is the variety of food. No matter what type of food you want, no matter how distant, you can probably find it in a large city. However, with so many options, it can be hard to experience everything. That’s one of the reasons why food tours can be so much fun.

I’ve visited Pittsburgh many times over the years I’ve been writing UncoveringPA, but I never really felt like I had fully explored the many great culinary options in the city. Fortunately, during a recent trip to Pittsburgh, I was invited to take a food tour with Burgh Bits and Bites.

Burgh Bits and Bites has been running food tours in Pittsburgh since 2008, expanding from one tour in the Strip District to six different tours throughout the city. While I’d love to go back and take their other tours, I opted to start off with their original tour through the Strip District.

Strip District in Pittsburgh

The Strip District has long been a destination in Pittsburgh . During the 19th century, industry thrived in this section of the city. The thousands of workers that came into the area every day created a great demand for food and restaurants. As industry began moving out of the Strip District in the mid-2oth century, more restaurants, grocers, and food purveyors moved into the area.

Today, the Strip District is one of the best destinations for foodies in Pennsylvania. Packed within this one-half square mile of land are dozens of restaurants ranging from classics like Primanti’s to ethnic foods from a variety of cultures around the world.

The Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour through Pittsburgh’s Strip District included eight samples of food over the course of two and a half hours.

Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour Starting Point

Tours began in the courtyard of Old St. Patrick’s Church. After a brief introduction, we were treated to our first sample, a delicious piece of cinnamon bread from Mancini’s. While eating, we were able to look inside this very unique and historic church.

From St. Patrick’s we wound our way through the Strip District, stopping for six more samples, as well as in a few interesting shops. Tastings are always subject to change, but on my tour, we had the chance to sample both savory and sweet foods. There was enough food that no one went away hungry.

Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour: Jimmy & Nino Sunseri Co in the Strip District of Pittsburgh

My personal favorites included homemade sausage at Parma Sausage, the hummus at Labad’s and the pierogies at S&D Polish Deli. However, I can honestly say that every sample that we had was quite delicious, and I’d love to check out each one again.

During the tour, we weren’t just treated to samples, but also a great deal of information on the history of both the Strip District and Pittsburgh as a whole. While I consider myself fairly knowledgable about Pittsburgh, I learned a lot of interesting tidbits while on the tour.

Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour in the Strip District of Pittsburgh

Overall, I really enjoyed my food tour of the Strip District with Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tours. Going on a tour with up to a dozen other people and the number of people on the sidewalks can make things a bit chaotic at times. However, the guides do a good job ensuring the tours keep moving at a good pace and that people don’t get lost in the fray on the busy and narrow streets in the Strip District.

On your next visit to Pittsburgh , take time to explore the many fantastic culinary opportunities in the Strip District or elsewhere in the city on a Burgh Bits and Bites Food Tour.

For more information and a tour schedule, visit  BurghFoodTour.com .

Want to take another food tour in Pennsylvania? Try Lancaster County Food Tours and Savor Gettysburg Food Tours .

Note: My tour with Burgh Bits and Bites was hosted by the company. However, the opinions expressed are my own.

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Best Bites returns to the Strip District! Pittsburgh’s BEST Food + Drink Tasting Tour

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Best Bites is back! To kick off 2024, the BEST tasting tour in Pittsburgh will hit the streets of the Strip District. On Saturday, April 27th, Best Bites will take over the iconic neighborhood and your taste buds!

About Best Bites Strip District

Discover the flavors of the Strip with food and drink tastings at 14 of the BEST restaurants it has to offer. Walk dahn Smallman and Penn at your own pace, and try the latest and greatest spots without having to wait for a table. It’s a great way to explore the Strip and have fun with friends!

An overhead wide shot of the Strip District during the day with downtown in the background.

Sip craft beer, delicious wine, locally-made cocktails, all while pairing them with the best bites in town. Some great, new places you need to try are featured, like Novo Asian Food Hall , Coop De Ville , and City Winery . Plus, get a bite of a few Pittsburgh classics, like Primanti Bros. , Mullaney’s Harp & Fiddle , and Wholey’s Market !

A photo of a slice of pizza from PaPa J's Twin Plaza, who won Best Bite on last year's Best Bites Strip District tour.

Choose a side of the Strip to tour with friends and family! Whether it’s the Central Strip with iconic locations you know and love, or the thriving and trendsetting Upper Strip, you’ll get an amazing lineup of 14 places to try.

A worker at Wholey's Market serving tastings on the Best Bites Strip District tour.

See what restaurants are participating in Best Bites Strip District this year!

Central Strip Tasting Tour

  • City Winery
  • Heiber’s Pharmacy
  • Mancini’s (voted Best Tasting Experience of the 2023 Central Tour)
  • Novo Asian Food Hall
  • OnPar Now / Bird Dog Whiskey
  • Primanti Bros.
  • The PA Market (voted Best Drink of the 2023 Central Tour)
  • PaPa J’s Twin Plaza (voted Best Bite of the 2023 Central Tour)
  • Peace, Love & Little Donuts
  • Soluna Coffee & Mezcal
  • Whole y’s Market

Upper Strip Tasting Tour

  • Aslin Beer Company
  • CADENCE+ Cellars Speakeasy (voted Best Bite and Best Tasting Experience of the 2023 Upper Tour!)
  • Cinderlands Warehouse
  • Coop De Ville
  • Millie’s Ice Cream Truck
  • Mullaney’s Harp & Fiddle
  • Mobile Chef Food Truck
  • Osteria 2350
  • Pane é Pronto
  • Pittsburgh Winery
  • Pizzeria Davide
  • Wigle Whiskey

Get Tickets to Best Bites Strip District

Best Bites Strip District happens Saturday, April 27th from 12pm – 4pm . You’ll have plenty of time to get a feel for each location and decide which are your favorites.

A photo of people walking near the Terminal on their Best Bites Strip District tour.

Tickets are on sale now for $70. This delicious tasting tour WILL sell out, so get your tickets fast !

In addition to the 14 tastings, you’ll also be able to enter a grand prize giveaway to win $300 in gift cards to favorite restaurants at The Terminal Strip District ($150 to Balvanera , $100 to Aslin Beer Company , and $50 to PrimoHoagies ).

Plus, vote for the Best Bite, Best Drink, and Best Tasting Experience after your tour!

Enjoy a Strip District Saturday to the fullest with Best Bites – get your tickets now ! 

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A ‘Burgh Bits & Bites Food Tour may be just the ticket!

Exploring the vivid history and culinary delights of the Steel City is the focus of ‘Burgh Bits and Bites tours, established in early 2008. Through our warm friendly service, our goal is to make your tour enriching, educational, and most of all – a delightful, tasty adventure!

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We offer tours in 8 distinct neighborhoods as well as customized private and corporate tours for groups of six or more.

Strip District Market Tour                                                               

The Strip District Market tour features a behind-the-counter look at a variety of eateries in Pittsburgh's Historic market district. This tour links local history with the restaurants and shops peppered along Penn Avenue with samples from around the world including Italian pastries, Mediterranean specialties, Polish specialties, and European meats.

Bloomfield Tour

Sometimes referred to as Pittsburgh’s ‘Little Italy’, this can’t miss Bloomfield tour carves a path through the streets of one of Pittsburgh's treasured neighborhoods. Explore Italian eateries and samplings of pizza, biscotti and other sweet & savory delights. Pittsburgh architectural historian, Franklin Toker says of Bloomfield it is, “a feast, as rich to the eyes as the homemade tortellini and cannoli in it’s shop windows are to the stomach.”

Lawrenceville Tour

Lawrenceville is a walking tour rich in American history and replete with creative and unique business owners that are pursuing their artisan dreams. Both the historic content and the food on this tour represent Lawrenceville's past history as a blue-collar working community and its recent up-scale and artistic renaissance into the hip urban neighborhood it has become. Tastings include Greek specialties, authentic Italian lasagna, cupcakes, perogies, and one of the 'Burgh's best sausage sandwiches.

Brookline Tour

Come explore the historic and culinary treasures in Pittsburgh’s 3rd largest neighborhood. Brookline is full of merchant shops, historic buildings, and of course, great food finds! Learn how Pita bread is made, enjoy one of the best street tacos, visit one of Pittsburgh's oldest bakeries, sip a perfect cup of coffee, and more.

South Side Tour

Colorful, funky and historical Southside. This area features, boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, theater and live music venues, all within walking distance. Explore the “Great American Main Street” of Pittsburgh, a National Historic District. Discover the Victorian architecture along East Carson Street while sampling Columbian empanadas, Italian beef sandwiches, milkshakes, pizza and more.

Northside Tour

Explore North Side’s Historic ‘Deutchtown’, what once was part of Allegheny City as you "walk in the steps of giants". Discover the influence of Carnegie, DL Clark and others. Sneak a peek at the antique photo collection in the largest photography museum in the country. Tastings include a German pretzel, potato pancakes, greens & beans, spinach & feta pie and more! Your satisfied stomach will be grateful for this 1mile stroll back in time!

Allentown, a historic Pittsburgh community siting high above the South Side Flats was settled in the early 19th century by German immigrants. This now edgy neighborhood features a coffee shop & a vegan restaurant dedicated to heavy metal and punk rock, a friendly neighborhood diner that houses a caterer and deli, Caribbean food and a beloved local pizza venue. Experience & enjoy the bountiful samplings of the local eateries. Your stomach will be glad you did. *Not all tastings are vegan

Saxonburg Tour

Quaint, charming & Historic! This town, our first destination outside of Allegheny County, is an up and coming culinary spot. It features new and old establishments that provide tasty stops on our tour route. Enjoy delicious home-made soup, fine dining in a century old hotel, German meats, chocolate and more. Step back in time and savor the treats that await in Saxonburg.

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A Shopping and Eating Guide to Pittsburgh’s Strip District

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Published by Jeremy . Last Updated on May 15, 2024.

Disclaimer : Our site uses demographic data, email opt-ins, display advertising, and affiliate links. Please check out our Terms and Conditions . Pricing, operating hours, or menus may have changed since our initial visit and may not be reflected in subsequent updates. Please confirm these directly with any business or attraction prior to visiting.

The Strip District is one of our favorite neighborhoods in Pittsburgh for a number of reasons.  It is home to a large assortment of international grocery stores and retailers, boutique shops, independent merchants, and several of the best restaurants in Pittsburgh (many of which feature international cuisine as well).

Although we've been down to the Strip District hundreds of times over the years, it seems like every time we visit we discover a new business worth exploring and shopping at.

To share some of our own personal favorites, this guide to the Strip District was born!

It is worth noting that the following is not a collection of every business in the Strip District. This article only features businesses that we personally visit when we explore the neighborhood.  As such, it should only be taken as a starting point and is certainly not a list of every establishment. 

If you see an interesting store while walking around the Strip District, do yourself a favor and go inside!

Strip District History and Map

Old Wholesale Signs in the Strip District

In the early days of the city the Strip District was an industrial neighborhood with foundaries, mills, and other production shops in abundance.  Produce merchants also moved in, as did wholesalers and grocers thanks to the access to the nearby train lines. 

Over the years these merchants and industries went into decline, and most of them moved out of the neighborhood entirely.

The Strip District is located just outside of downtown Pittsburgh on the banks of the Allegheny river.  The generally accepted boundaries are between 11th Street and 33rd Street, with the river marking the northern border and Liberty Avenue marking the south.

Under the Strip District Bridge at Night

As you can see from the above map, most of the popular businesses are located between 16th and 25th street, with the bulk of the establishments being located on either Smallman Street or Penn Avenue.

A few additional shops are located outside of these areas that are worth checking out; however, you will also likely want to drive to these instead of walking.  (For more visiting logistics, skip to the end of this article for more details.)

All of the businesses featured below are included in the above map.  To read our review or visit the shop's site, either click the link in the map above or in our post below when available!

International and Specialty Grocery Stores

One of the most unique aspects of the Strip District is that it is home to Pittsburgh's international grocery community.  You'll be hard pressed to find a better collection of international shopping in the city, and if you're seeking out a specialty item from abroad, these are the first places worth checking out.

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  • WFH Oriental Food Market –  The Strip District has a high concentration of Asian grocery stores, and WFH Oriental Food Market has one of the most impressive selections from east Asia.
  • Lotus Noodle – Located on the opposite end of the Strip District, Lotus Noodle boasts an incredible produce selection and unique Asian items with prices that handily beat most big box grocery stores.
  • Sambok Korean – Sambok grocery store may be slightly smaller than the previously mentioned grocery stores, but its focus on Korean items makes it a perfect stop for those cooking this delicious cuisine.
  • Labad's Mediterranean Grocery – If you need to stock up on your Mediterranean and Middle Eastern fare, Labad's is the grocery store for you as their selection is one of the best!
  • Salem's Market – A second Middle Eastern grocery store a bit further out of the main shopping area of the Strip District with a large selection, a Halal butcher, and an amazing restaurant.

Penn Mac Cheese Counter

  • S&D Polish Deli – As a city that prides itself on its pierogi consumption, it should be no surprise that the Strip District has a grocery store completely dedicated to all things Polish.
  • Reyna Foods – Walking into Reyna's is like walking into Mexico. The smell of fresh made corn and flour tortillas fills the store (a must buy), and the bins of dried peppers will make any food lover drool.
  • Pennsylvania Macaroni Co. – Affectionately known as Penn Mac, this one is home to just about every Italian product you need (and then some) and one of the most beautiful cheese counters in the country.
  • Stamoolis Brothers Co. – Although the products here are very similar to those found in Penn Mac, Stamoolis is also home to many unique items from Greece and Eastern Europe you can't find anywhere else.

Restaurants in the Strip District

As a natural extension of the international grocery scene, the Strip District is home to many international restaurants that are among the best in the city. 

The neighborhood has also seen a rise in many chef-driven restaurants as well as street food carts that are guaranteed to have you coming back time and time again.

Little Bangkok in the Strip

  • Kaya – This Caribbean inspired restaurant has a broad menu and is home to an incredible burger. Reservations are recommended.
  • Edgar's Tacos – Edgar's Tacos has gained an incredible following at their mobile food cart. They now have a permanent store at the Pennsylvania Market!
  • Lucy's Banh Mi Cart – Lucy is most often found by Bar Marco in the summer months, serving up her Banh Mi sandwiches from Vietnam.  Trust us when we say that she has earned her cult following.
  • Sambok Korean Food Cart – The Korean grocery store Sambok offers its own food cart and the mung bean pancakes are definitely worth seeking out.
  • Wholey's – Although known as a meat and seafood grocery store, Wholey's offers street side lobster rolls, Andy's Sushi Bar , and a dining counter where you can try delicious seafood dishes like fish sandwiches and soft shell crab sandwiches (in season).
  • Novo Asian Food Hall – A popular Asian food hall with seven restaurant concepts in the Terminal Building.
  • Luke Wholey's Alaskan Grille – A restaurant offering plated seafood dishes, sandwiches, sushi, and more.
  • Cioppino – A higher end seafood and chophouse just off the main stretch of the Strip.
  • Little Bangkok – A Thai restaurant tucked away on Penn Avenue with large portions.
  • Maiku Sushi – A Vietnamese restaurant with some delicious (and cheap) eats.
  • Mancini's Bakery – Most visit Mancini's for their bread; however, we like to stop at their outdoor food cart to pick up one of their famous pepperoni rolls when we need a quick snack.
  • Jimmy & Nino Sunseri Co. – Italian grocery home to breads, sandwiches, and the famous pepperoni roll.
  • Balvanera – Argentinian restaurant with an upscale ambiance.
  • Iron Born – Detroit style pizza from this popular shop that was once at Smallman Galley.
  • Enrico's Cafe – A cafe serving stellar pizza and sandwiches located behind the delicious biscotti store of the same name. Hours vary from the biscotti store!
  • Papa J's Twin Plaza – A pizza by the slice restaurant in the former Smallman Galley space with a large bar and gelato corner too.
  • Colangelo's – A bakery with delicious sandwiches and pizza near La Prima.
  • Cafe Raymond – A popular breakfast and lunch spot that is diner-esque in the heart of the Strip. Go for the blueberry pancakes.
  • Coop de Ville – A chicken sandwich restaurant from the Richard DeShantz restaurant group with duckpin bowling, a champagne vending machine, and more.

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  • Bar Marco – Some of the best bartenders are at this one, and the food (albeit small and overpriced) is some of the best we've had in the city. Reservations are recommended.
  • Penn Avenue Fish Co. – This restaurant and seafood market has a large menu of gourmet offerings as well as specialty sushi rolls that won't break the bank.
  • Peppi's Old Tyme Sandwich Shop – Peppi's is your neighborhood hoagie shop and offers a wide selection of sandwiches including the meat-loaded #7 named for Big Ben himself (our personal favorite).
  • Eleven – Eleven is big Burrito's critically acclaimed fine dining restaurant and is worth the visit if you have cause to celebrate.  Reservations are recommended.
  • Pamela's P&G Diner – Pamela's is one of Pittsburgh's favorite diners thanks to their thin, crispy pancakes that we can't get enough of.  Just be prepared for a line at this location, as it is one of the most popular establishments in the Strip District.
  • Deluca's – A breakfast spot in the Strip known for big portions.
  • Primanti Brothers – Finally, we end with Primanti's. It is no secret that we only eat Primanti's after a night out drinking, because to be honest the sandwiches aren't that special. If you must eat at this famous restaurant (and we certainly wont fault you for it if you're a visitor), take our word for it and stop by the Strip District location. It is the original and, to be quite honest, none of the other locations stack up. Add a fried egg onto your sandwich, with a side of Smallman Street fries, and thank us later.
  • DiAnoia's Eatery – One of Pittsburgh's best Italian restaurants with a stellar weekend brunch.
  • Pizzeria Davide – A pizza shop by the owners of DiAnoia's located just next to the restaurant.
  • Pane e Pronto – A bakery and short-order lunch shop run by the team at DiAnoia's just a block away. Don't miss the sandwiches!
  • Cadence in the Strip – A basement restaurant and bar with modern American food and a speakeasy vibe.
  • The Pennsylvania Market – A sprawling two-story market with vendors on the first floor, a food hall on the second floor with several chef-driven restaurants and three bars (plus a wine library), and a gorgeous outdoor courtyard with even more food, vendors, and a bar.

Looking for more food options but are a bit daunted by the above list? Why not check out the Burgh Bits and Bites food tour of the Strip District. Click the previous link to check out the review by our friends at UncoveringPA!

Wineries, Breweries, and Distilleries

Maggie's Farm Rum in the Strip District

Pittsburgh's wine and spirit scene has been soaring in recent years, and many of the newcomers to the scene are winning awards left and right with their exceptional products.  Naturally, several of the best have chosen to call the Strip District their home.

  • Pittsburgh Winery – This winery imports their grapes from all around the world and makes some of the finest wines you'll ever enjoy.  We were hesitant at first, but now we are converts.
  • Maggie's Farm Rum – Maggie's Farm Rum is located on the outskirts of the Strip District (much like the above winery) but is worth the visit for their national award winning rum and selection of boat drinks.
  • Kingfly Spirits – A large distillery located just steps from the heart of the Strip District producing vodka, rum, limoncello, and more. Beautiful space with frequent events.
  • Wigle Whiskey – Wigle is named after an 18th-century whiskey rebel, and is currently one of the most awarded distilleries in the USA.  Although their whiskey is delicious, be sure to try their gin- it is one of our favorites!
  • R Wine Cellar – Located right in the heart of the Strip District, R Wine Cellar shares their passion for wine made from grapes from all over the world.
  • Courtyard Winery – A tasting room for a winery located on the shores of Lake Erie and operated by a former president at Welch's (part of The Pennsylvania Market).
  • Cinderlands Warehouse – An expansion by popular brewery Cinderlands into the Strip District.
  • 1700 Penn Avenue – A collaboration between Pennsylvania Libations and Helltown Brewery featuring a taproom for beer, a Pennsylvania wine store, and an outdoor space for beverages, food trucks, and live music.
  • City Winery – A wine bar and event venue space in the Terminal Building.
  • Aslin Beer Company – Pittsburgh's first location for the DC-area based brewery, Aslin. Featuring a monster space in the Terminal building complete with full food menu.
  • Bonafide Beer Co. – An intimate brewery in the heart of the Strip District with a welcoming space and vast hours. Grab a beer, cocktail, or more!
  • The Beerhive – A dive bar in the heart of the Strip District serving up a great selection of Pennsylvania beers.

Coffee and Tea

Prestogeorge Coffee

The Strip District is home to an impressive collection of cafes featuring coffee, espresso, and a wide selection of tea.  No matter what kind of pick-up you're looking for, one of the following are sure to offer it.

  • La Prima Espresso Bar – For the most Italian espresso you'll ever have in Pittsburgh, head to La Prima. They roast their own beans and their shots are always smooth and rich.
  • De Fer Coffee – A modern coffee shop and roastery right in the heart of the Strip.
  • Novaria Coffee – A welcoming coffee shop in the heart of the Strip with Turkish and Middle Eastern flavors alongside a traditional cafe menu.
  • Soluna (formerly Cafetano) – A Honduran coffee roaster with a great space and a full coffee and food menu.
  • The James Cafe – A relaxing cafe just off the main business district in the Strip.
  • Allegheny Coffee & Tea Exchange – Dozens of different barrels full of in-house roasted coffee beans line the back half of the store, along with a huge selection of teas. For something different, try the nitro coffee at the cafe at the front half of the store.
  • Prestogeorge Coffee & Tea – Another great option for buying freshly roasted coffee beans and loose leaf teas. Check out their coffee of the month club where you can get a pound of coffee delivered right to your door every month for a year!

Specialty Stores

Wholey's Seafood in Pittsburgh

  • Love, Pittsburgh – A Pittsburgh themed shop with multiple locations in the city, including one in the heart of the Strip!
  • In the Kitchen – From common kitchen items to more obscure specialty items, In the Kitchen has an impressive collection of cookware and gadgets.  They are also one of only a few hosts of the semi-annual All-Clad Second's Sale featuring All-Clad products at significantly reduced prices.
  • Penn Avenue Fixture and Supply – As a bulk kitchen supply store, this one usually caters to local restaurants; however, every item in the store features individual pricing, making this one the first store you should visit for kitchen shopping.  (This one is located slightly outside the main section of the Strip, but has free parking for customers and is truly worth the extra effort.)
  • Pennsylvania Libations – The first store to open in Pennsylvania to be completely dedicated to all things PA spirits!
  • Penzey's Spices – Although a national chain, Penzey's Spices is worth a stop if you have any specialty spices or seasoning mixes on your mind that one of the international grocery stores above does not stock.  There is a price premium, but odds are good they will have what you're looking for.
  • Roxanne's Dried Flowers – Check here for all things decorative based on floral and natural components.  If you're looking to decorate your house with natural items, Roxanne's is for you.
  • Art of Steel – If you're looking to decorate your house with art made from metal, Art of Steel is for you.
  • Robert Wholey & Co. – If butchered meats and seafood are what you are after, look no further than Wholey's, one of the jewels of the Strip District. Be sure to try their lobster bisque!

Grandpa Joe's Candy Shop

  • Mon Aimee Chocolat – Chocolate lovers, rejoice!  Mon Aimee Chocolat features a selection of imported chocolate bars and chocolate-based candies from around the world.
  • Grandpa Joe's Candy Shop – For those who love candy that isn't chocolate, Grandpa Joe's has you covered with bulk candies and throwback candies that are hard to find anywhere else.
  • Peace, Love and Little Donuts – The scent of this store will entice you in before you even notice the sign, and the selection of gourmet donuts will keep you coming back. Try the maple bacon donut for a truly indulgent treat.
  • Klavon's Ice Cream Parlor – Klavon's is an old time ice cream parlor offering up delicious ice cream sodas, floats, and sundaes using ice cream from Penn State's Creamery.
  • Strip District Meats – Looking for more unusual meats?  Strip District Meats has what you are looking for whether it be alligator, camel, or simple cuts of beef and chicken.
  • Parma Sausage – Parma Sausage has very limited operating hours, but when they are open you will do well picking up a few pounds of their homemade sausages and other cured meats.

Heinz History Center

Pittsburgh History at the Heinz History Center

As the resident museum of the Strip District, the Heinz History Center focuses on the rich history of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania. 

With exhibits ranging from the early settlements in the region to all of the modern day inventions and personalities that have come out of the city, there is no better museum in the city to learn about Pittsburgh and the surrounding region.

Information for Visiting the Strip District

Bridges in the Strip

When it comes to visiting the Strip District, there are several things worth considering.

The first, and perhaps most important, is that the Strip District is most vibrant in the late-morning to mid-afternoon on weekdays and especially weekends. This means that most businesses will be open, but the crowds can also be quite large.

Outside of these hours many of the businesses will be closed although some restaurants, bars, and night clubs will have extended hours well into the night.  If you visit after 3pm, do not be surprised if most of the businesses have closed for the day.

The second issue visitors to the Strip District have is parking, as during popular visiting hours metered street parking is quite difficult to find unless you get lucky with a car leaving. Surface lot pricing often starts at $10 for flat rate parking on weekends. Our favorite parking lot is the garage at the Cork Factory (right next to Wigle Whiskey) which charges an hourly rate that begins at $5 for up to 2 hours, $7 for 2-4 hours, and $9 for 4-10 hours- a bit more than meter rates but a fair bit easier to save time driving around looking for a spot. This one is perfect for those who don't mind walking a few extra blocks to get into the heart of the Strip District as well (see “P” on our Strip District map). Further garages with reasonable parking are also found at The Hub on 27th with similar pricing as well as at 11th and Smallman near the Heinz History Center.

It is worth noting, however, that if you are visiting businesses close to the 33rd Street end of the Strip District (such as Pittsburgh Winery or Maggie's), free street parking can be found with a limited duration (often 1-2 hours) during normal business hours.

Select stores, such as Penn Mac, Wigle Whiskey, Wholey's, and Penn Avenue Fixture & Supply have their own complimentary parking lot for customers, but often fill up fast and are only available for visiting these stores exclusively- so don't plan on parking in these if you are spending a day in the Strip District!

Another issue visitors often have is finding public bathrooms. Although they probably wouldn't like us mentioning it, Wholey's (in the basement) has easily accessible facilities.

Hotels in the Strip District

Finally, for those looking to stay overnight in the Strip District, we fully recommend checking out the Hampton Inn and Suites which is right on the border of the Strip District and Downtown Pittsburgh and is the only hotel in downtown proper to have free parking- a true perk in the city! ( Read reviews here )

An additional hotel, the Homewood Suites , just across the street as well and is also a comfortable stay that is a few minutes closer to the sights in the Strip District overall. ( Read reviews here )

Additional hotels, such as The Westin Convention Center and Courtyard Pittsburgh Downtown are also located nearby in downtown proper. These would be a roughly 10 minute walk to the attractions in the Strip District but is quite easy all the same.

If apartment rentals are more your style, you're in luck. The Strip District and downtown Pittsburgh have a number of great apartment rental options for visitors as well. Click here to check them out!

Now that we've shared all of our favorite spots in Pittsburgh's iconic Strip District, it is your turn to head down there and check it out for yourself!  Find a spot we didn't feature in this list that you love?  Comment below to let us know about it!

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29 thoughts on “A Shopping and Eating Guide to Pittsburgh’s Strip District”

You left out Salonika Imports located in the outskirts of the Strip. They are a Greek market and also sell delicious food and pastries.

Oh that is a new one to us! I’m a huge fan of Greek and Bulgarian food so I’m going to have to check it out. Although, I would probably say that one is in Lawrenceville and not the Strip District.

Fun read! Do check out Kelly O’s diner (across Stallman from Marty’s Market) and Enrico Biscotti’s Cafe (adjacent to the bakery).

Yes! We see Kelly O’s all the time but haven’t made it in yet. Looking forward to trying it out.

Try their famous grilled cinnamon rolls!!! <3

Sadly missing from the restaurant list is LittleBangkok, right next door to Roland’s. It is our favorite Thai in the whole area and we have tried them all.

We’ve been wanting to eat there for quite some time. Will have to check it out!

Will you, or have you run articles on live entertainment venues? Thanks

Yep! We are planning on visiting all the concert halls and performing arts venues in the city in the coming months. We’re just getting started with this one now though so we’ve only featured Mr. Smalls Funhouse in Millvale and Heinz Hall downtown. They are at the links below. On our interactive map we have a special map pin for performance venues which is blue with a saxophone on it so when things get added you’ll be able to find them there!

https://www.discovertheburgh.com/mr-smalls-funhouse/ https://www.discovertheburgh.com/heinz-hall/

Didn’t see Enrico Biscotti, Carlos Garage Cafe or winery. Land mark in the strip… Twenty+ years.” You gotta get in there”.

You didn’t meantion Roland’s for the best fish sandwich, lobster roll or raw bar. Or Luke Wholey’s. Or Pittsburgh Popcorn Company which always has lines out the door. Or the novelty and tshirt shops that line both sides of the streets. The Strip has so much to offer.

Pittsburgh Popcorn!!!

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! At last someone has the courage to call out Primanti’s for the awful food they serve. I have always found it a source of extreme embarrassment that that slop shop is presented to visitors as emblematic of Pittsburgh food.

I agree. It was awful when I went in 2018. Very little meat in the sandwich and little taste. Was better in 1980, but it could be the drinking we did at college before we went at 2am.

Hi there – Good list, but Salonika Imports is a big omission; it’s a little out of the way, but definitely has excellent-quality Greek products (probably the best Greek cheese and olive selection in the city).

We’ve received this recommendation a lot when sharing this post, but I do have to point out that by most standards Salonika Imports is technically in Lawrenceville. We’ll be featuring it in that guide when it comes out!

Hi there – I think the confusion stems from the fact that -although technically on the fringe of Lawrenceville – Salonika is definitely a part of the working Strip (wholesalers, trucks, etc), largely made up of Penn & Smallman Streets. Lawrenceville is just a surrounding neighborhood. Most people who shop regularly in the Strip for Greek products include Salonika as part of their “rounds”. You might want to include it in both guides.

Though outside of the Strip, for out of towners, Nicholas Coffee and Tea in Market Square is located less than a mile from the Strip. They have been the standard from which ALL other coffee and tea emporiums are judged in Pittsburgh. And for a cultural stop, the University of Pittsburgh’s Cathedral of Learning is architectural genius.

I discovered this site while looking for a way to describe The Strip to out-of-state friends. Unfortunately I am now out-of-state, too, and cannot describe how “homesick” I am for Pittsburgh after reading this. Okay, the ocean is 10 minutes away, but after living a half hour drive from downtown Pittsburgh for 30 years, I MISS PITTSBURGH!!!! *whew!* Got that off my chest!!! There.is.nowhere.like.the.Strip

I really enjoyed reading through your guide. It was very informative and enjoyable to read.

I live in Pittsburgh and shamefully have not visited the Strip District in many years. Your guide has given me many reasons to take advantage of this wonderful resource again. There is so much more there than I realized.

Thank you so much for sharing all of these wonderful tips and general information about this special part of the city.

I did not see Rolands on the list – one of the oldest restaurants in the strip and still very good and going strong

Be warned going into Art of Steel (if they’re still open!), the people who work there are *miserable*.

You missed Conangelos on 21 St. A great Italian restaurant and bakery. Never leave the strip without stopping for a takeout order of pasta or pizza and a selection of three wonderful Italian peasant bake goods.

I’ve visited Pittsburgh for work many times but never got to explore much, so am finally planning my first trip exclusively for fun, and this site has been so helpful! I’m so curious about this neighborhood so am using the hotel guide, and I noticed that Marriott family just opened a new AC Hotel right on the edge of the Strip District. Have you had a chance to visit? Any thoughts!

We haven’t visited it yet but it does look like a nice hotel. We’re hoping to get out to it very soon to do a full review!

No mention of Cafe Raymond? Or did I just miss it. The jambon and brie deserves it’s own article.

Go ahead, ask for fries on the side at Primanti’s. Or even slaw. Someone will call the cops. The food cops. It’s just not allowed. Haha…

You left out the best ice cream and cookie experience in The Strip, Sam’s in the Strip. Sam’s is run by the son of Sam Alioto of Alioto’s Produce, a former long-time staple in the Strip District. You must try the Sammie, the best ice cream cookie sandwich ever. And if you want an extreme treat, try the milk shake, you won’t be disappointed!

Been trying to get down there but they seem closed at the moment. Soon!

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The Strip District: A Local Pittsburgh Favorite

If you're looking for a taste of authentic Pittsburgh, look no further than Pittsburgh's Strip District.

The one-half square mile shopping district bordering Downtown is a foodie heaven bursting with local flavor. "The Strip," as locals call it, is filled with ethnic grocers, boutique shops, produce merchants, and internationally acclaimed restaurants. Whether you're a local or just in for a visit, be sure to check out these can't-miss places in the Strip!

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City Winery Pittsburgh

City Winery, the culinary and cultural experience for urban wine enthusiasts and live entertainment venue, opens in Pittsburgh this June. City Winery Pittsburgh will offer signature intimate concerts and live performances , food and wine experiences, private event spaces, upscale dining options and a fully functioning winery.

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Primanti Bros.

A trip to Pittsburgh isn't complete without a Primanti Brothers signature sandwich! Topped with coleslaw and French fries, foodies can get a taste of Pittsburgh in a sandwich. Located on 18th Street, this is the original Primati Bros. that's been in business since 1933. It's even open until 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays for the late-night and post-party crowd.

Located in the heart of the Strip District, Deluca’s Diner is a must-see stop. A hit diner since 1950, it can be described as, “good mood food.” Enjoy both breakfast and lunch at any time, any day. You won’t regret your trip here!

The Enrico Biscotti Company

Serving traditional Italian pastries, the Enrico Biscotti Company is one of Pittsburgh's finest hidden gems. Enrico's is made up of two parts: the café, serving up breakfast and lunch, and the bakery, which offers delicious biscotti, macaroons and more. Bread and pizza-making classes are also available.

DiAnoia’s Eatery

Looking for an authentic Italian food experience? With homemade pastas, to authentic Italian dishes and almost everything in between, enjoy a unique experience at the café by day, full ristorante by night at DiAnoia’s Eatery!

P&G's Pamela's Diner

Since 1980, Pamela's Diner has been serving up some of the tastiest breakfast in the 'Burgh. The Diner's world-famous Crepe Style Pancakes are a must try and a favorite of President Obama when he is in town.

After their closure in 2020 during the pandemic, The Tavern has been reimagined and is now back and better than ever. Enjoy the one-of-a-kind brews with unique food and appetizers that reflect the struggles of those before us.

The Beerhive

Looking for a place for beer? The Beerhive has you covered! With 100+ bottled beers plus bomber bottles, growlers and 12 rotating taps, The Beerhive is sure to please. The family-run bar also offers some mouth-watering food ranging from burgers and wings to tacos.

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Mullaney’s Harp and Fiddle

Stop by and enjoy the atmosphere of a classic Irish pub at Mullaney’s Harp and Fiddle. Accompanied by live music and traditional Irish cuisine, immerse yourself in on the tap beers, wines, cocktails and more. Be prepared for a fun night at one of the best bars in the Strip District.

La Prima Espresso Company

Located at the corner of Penn Ave. and 21st Street, La Prima Espresso is the most authentic Italian style espresso bar in the city. Stop by the bar to pick up a drink or pastry and you'll feel like you're in Italy. And if one cup of coffee isn't enough, you can buy a fresh roasted bag of La Prima to go.

Mon Aimee Chocolat

For those with a sweet tooth, Mon Aimee Chocolat is a must! The store is filled with imported chocolate bars and candies from around the world. The chocolatier also sells local sweets including LUX Artisan Chocolates, Salted Caramels and Capogiro Gelato Artisans, award-winning Pennsylvania gelato.

Hot Haute Hot

This cute and hip store has everything you didn't know you wanted! Decorated with the handpicked pieces from all over the world and filled with the trendiest styles, Hot Haute Hot looks to "feed the soul" of its customers.

Yinzers (in the Burgh)

If you're a true Pittsburgh sports fan, or just want a Terrible Towel souvenir, you've got to stop at Yinzers! Claimed to be Pittsburgh's #1 Sports Store, Yinzers has anything and everything Pittsburgh sports.

Hidden Gems

If you're still with us, consider this section your reward. I've been going to the Strip District for years and have a personal list of "musts" every time I'm there. Be sure to look for these easily missed must-haves you'll be craving each time you're in the Strip.

Atomic Pepperoni Rolls

Originally designed to be a filling, easy-to-transport lunch for coal miners in our region, these stuffed bread rolls have been perfected at Jimmy & Nino Sunseri Co. Their legendary (and massive) pepperoni rolls are stuffed with pepperoni, mozzarella and provolone. If you can handle the heat, go for the atomic version which also adds in sweet and hot peppers, prosciutto bits and mushrooms for maybe the best individual bite in the Strip.

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The Freshest Sushi

If you see a line running outside the door at Wholey's, get in it. That's the queue for Andy's Sushi Bar, serving up some of the freshest sashimi, nigiri and maki in the Burgh for more than 25 years. Snag the Wholey and Andy's Special rolls and you'll know in one bite what makes this place so special.

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Street Food Worth a Stop

Still hungry? Me too. As you walk by Bar Marco, seek out Lucy's Bánh Mì . No, there's no restaurant (or even a sign), just Lucy, her grill and some condiments under a small tent as she serves up some of the best sandwiches in the Burgh. Bring cash; this is the best $8 you're going to spend in the city.

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