Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Pittsburgh

Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Pittsburgh

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Anyone can find the popular spots, but if you’re willing to embrace the unknown, you’ll find that Pittsburgh is full of hidden gems.

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    La Prima coffee, Colangelos and Pittsburgh Popcorn are all separate businesses by the way. -- Quentin B via Foursquare
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    I love tasting all the coffees, always something new and great here. Try the various espresso roasts as a latte, the differences in flavor are awesome! -- Pamela McAllister via Foursquare
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    Checkout the Shepard Fairey wheat paste on the wall facing Wharton -- Jack . via Foursquare
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    An extensive selection of bulk teas from Upton Teas (my favorite purveyor of fine teas @uptontea.com). Ask to see their tea list. -- Brian Gollum via Foursquare
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    Lotsa beers, food is pretty good... I suggest the Cowboy Burger or the Mac and Cheese bites. :) -- Chris Cendana via Foursquare
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    Try one of 24 import/micro beers on tap, or our Miller Lite bucket special! -- Nathaniel Beall via Foursquare
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    Their rotating menu of sweet treats and consistently good lattes make this a must stop on my weekday mornings. If you're lucky enough to get one before they're gone try the oatmeal creme cookies! -- Rob Schultz via Foursquare
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    Most esteemed fellow coffee drinkers, despite the tip below from CBS about our great bagel selection, we indeed do not have bagels. We do have tasty baked goods, including gluten free options, though! -- Commonplace @ Voluto via Foursquare
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    If you're already here you might as well go to gingers, but the hotdogs here are cheap, fast, and good, if you're optimizing for those things -- Will Bertelsen via Foursquare
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    If you people think this place is 'full of hipsters' or like Portlandia,you reeeally must not leave Southside much.Idiots. -- Chris P. via Foursquare
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    The chai here is exceptional. They do beautiful cup art on drinks. There is a woo fire place, and two beautiful rooms along with an outdoor patio. They use intelligentsia coffee that is very good. <3 -- Connor Caruso via Foursquare
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    If you go there between 9:30 a.m. and noon, you'll see half the chefs in Pittsburgh. In the summer, the shop opens its garage door onto the street for great people-watching. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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