Along the Allegheny River just northeast of Downtown is the mile-long stretch known as the Strip District, one of Pittsburgh's most popular spots for great food and nightlife. Along The Strip, industrial and warehouse spaces have been reclaimed to support a bustling marketplace and provide the perfect architectural setting for some of the city's trendiest nightclubs and restaurants. The Marketplace:. During the day, the Strip District is a bustling market district where you can find fresh fish, meat, poultry, produce, ethnic foods, and knick-knacks of all kinds at very affordable prices. Wholey's Seafood is a must stop for the largest selection of fresh seafood and produce. Good Food:.
A Shopping and Eating Guide to Pittsburgh's Strip District
We went to the one in Mt. We had excellent service! The sandwiches were good, but of course way too big. I do have to say that the onion rings here are the best we've ever had! They are so delicious, and the dipping sauce for them was so good too! It's a nice atmosphere, and I understand these are Pittsburgh sandwiches, but they truly are too big!
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This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. I am not one who cares for fish or seafood, yet I am saddened by the sudden closing of Strip District legend Benkovitz Seafoods. Carlton Restaurant owner Kevin Joyce said it best in commenting on the end of an era, that Benkovitz was "part of the fabric of the city of Pittsburgh.
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