When the sun goes down, Pittsburgh transforms into a city of neighborhoods, filled with late-night entertainment, clubs, bars and restaurants! Looking for adventure after dark? You choose!
Hit the club scene in one of the city’s most interesting spots. South Side’s East Carson Street is a 15-block juggernaut of restaurants, bars, tattoo parlors, theaters, galleries and coffee houses. This edgy mix stands capped by the SouthSide Works, an entertainment complex complete with today’s hottest shops and coolest eateries.
Staying downtown? Mellow out to cool jazz or heat things up with serious salsa dancing. Enjoy cocktails and al fresco dining at any of the great restaurants you’ll find in historic Market Square. A stone’s throw away is the Cultural District, a hip and happening 14-block area that’s home to upscale bars and local eateries. Or stop in a pub for a late-night nightcap.
Bar hopping on a Saturday night? Try Lawrenceville’s Butler Street or Shadyside’s Walnut Street and Ellsworth Avenue or Bloomfield’s Liberty Avenue. If you’d rather dance the night away, head to Station Square to get your groove on for everything from country and hip hop to disco.
The city’s ultimate night spot is the one that literally never closes – Rivers Casino on the North Shore. Open round the clock, its more than 2,900 slot machines and 100 table games are a sure bet! The casino’s four clubs puts you right where the action is – with spectacular city vistas, too!
The North Shore, home of the famed PNC Park and Heinz Field, isn’t just for game day any more. This new nightlife hot spot is home to plenty of bars and restaurants.
Pittsburgh’s LGBT community has no shortage of nightspots to choose from, either. More than a dozen gay bars and clubs keep customers satisfied in Downtown, Lawrenceville, Shadyside and more.
Like the sound of your own voice? Try one of Pittsburgh’s hot karaoke spots in Shadyside, Greenfield or the South Side. For late-night laughs, check out the comedy clubs at the Waterfront and Green Tree. Got talent? Step up to one of Pittsburgh’s many open-mic venues in Bloomfield, Squirrel Hill or East Liberty.
Call it a night as you sip on a steaming cup of java at one of the many locally owned cozy coffeehouses in and around the city.
In Pittsburgh when the sun sets, the action rises.