• Why We Love the South Side of Pittsburgh Why We Love the South Side of Pittsburgh

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    Why We Love the South Side of Pittsburgh

    Ask anyone who lives or has lived in Pittsburgh in the past and they will tell you that living on the South Side is living in a neighborhood where everyone knows and looks out for one another. They will tell you that no matter where you go, you will always find a familiar face when walking down the street.

    Things to do on the South Side by Day

    The South Side can be said to be the Greenwich Village of Pittsburgh. It is the city’s best walkable neighborhood. Things are pretty calm during the day, as those without 9 to 5 jobs wander the streets and go about their business.

    They say the South Side is one of the few places where you regularly see both old ladies with blue hair and punk kids with blue hair. The working-class neighborhood turned into a popular destination many years back, as dive bars, record stores, funky coffee shops and lots of tattoo parlors began popping up.

    One of our personal favorite spots on the South Side is the Beehive, one of the most awesome indie coffee shop we have found in any city.  You can also stop by the Milk Shake Factory for a variety of decadent shakes and sweets.

    Best of all? The South Sider Riverfront Trail provides five miles of beautiful trail for hiking and cycling with stunning city views as well as a forest of trees. The trail connects with the Great Allegheny Passage, which goes all the way to...

    Ask anyone who lives or has lived in Pittsburgh in the past and they will tell you that living on the South Side is living in a neighborhood where everyone knows and looks out for one another. They will tell you that no matter where you go, you will always find a familiar face when walking down the street.

    Things to do on the South Side by Day

    The South Side can be said to be the Greenwich Village of Pittsburgh. It is the city’s best walkable neighborhood. Things are pretty calm during the day, as those without 9 to 5 jobs wander the streets and go about their business.

    They say the South Side is one of the few places where you regularly see both old ladies with blue hair and punk kids with blue hair. The working-class neighborhood turned into a popular destination many years back, as dive bars, record stores, funky coffee shops and lots of tattoo parlors began popping up.

    One of our personal favorite spots on the South Side is the Beehive, one of the most awesome indie coffee shop we have found in any city.  You can also stop by the Milk Shake Factory for a variety of decadent shakes and sweets.

    Best of all? The South Sider Riverfront Trail provides five miles of beautiful trail for hiking and cycling with stunning city views as well as a forest of trees. The trail connects with the Great Allegheny Passage, which goes all the way to...

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