Upscale Shopping & Dining Miami Style

Planning a trip to Miami, or maybe you live in the vibrant city and just want a fabulous night out on the town? A little upscale shopping and dining couldn’t hurt. We all deserve a little luxury in our life once in awhile. However, in a fantastic city such as Miami, how are you supposed to decide where to go when there are so many options? The following are just some that you should check out if you’re looking for a great meal or to pick up some designer duds.

Upscale shopping dining Miami

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Bal Harbour Shops
If you’re in need of buying some new upscale clothing and accessories, one of the best places you can go in Miami is Bal Harbour Shops. It’s here that you’ll find numerous luxury stores at which to shop including Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Fendi, Dior, Chanel, Oscar de la Renta, Prada, Tiffany & Co., Rolex, Versace, and Valentino. Don’t forget to stop for some food after you’re done shopping. You’ll certainly be surrounded by luxury everywhere you turn.

Miami Design District
Head over to the Miami Design District if you want to do even more upscale shopping. Stores at which you’ll be able to shop include Burberry, Christian Louboutin, Givenchy, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Tory Burch, Tom Ford, and Zadig & Voltaire. There are also several restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat including MC Kitchen and Mandolin Aegean Bistro. The Miami Design District (not necessarily including the restaurants) is open Monday through Saturday from 11am to 8pm and on Sunday from noon to 6pm.

Il Gabbiano
Desire Italian food? Il Gabbiano, which is located on S. Biscayne Blvd in Miami, could be just what you’re searching for. They’re open for lunch and dinner with some of their food options including Mozzarella di Bufala, Pasta e Fagioli, Linguine alle Vongole, Burrata, Risotto ai Porcini, Pollo al Martini, Filetto Farcito, and Saltimbocca. They’re open Monday through Friday from noon to 11:30pm, on Saturday from 5pm to 11:30pm, and they’re closed on Sundays.

The Bazaar by Jose Andres
It’s worth starting out by saying that Chef Jose Andres is a James Beard Award Winner, and if you’re in need of some mouth-watering food, then The Bazaar by Jose Andres is definitely a spot you should check out. Some of the items you may be able to try include Caviar Cone, Traditional Flan, Gazpacho Patricia, Piquillo Relleno de Caña de Cabra, Smoked Oysters, Pollo al Ajillo Cubano, and King Crab. They’re open Sunday through Thursday from 6pm to 11pm and on Friday and Saturday from 6pm to midnight. On Saturday, brunch is available from 11am to 2:30pm.

Keep in mind that hours, menus, and prices are subject to change, so before you head over to Miami for a little upscale shopping and dining, it’s best if you call in advance not just to clarify any information you have, but to see if you need a reservation if you’re planning on going to a restaurant. It may seem inconvenient to call ahead of time, but it can save you a lot of hassle than if you were to find out when you arrive that things have changed.

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Art Deco in Miami

Miami is such an incredible city that’s filled with fantastic food, wonderful people, a rich culture, and more, and if you love art deco architecture, it’s time to start planning a trip. This popular art style is featured all throughout the city so much so that there’s even an Art Deco District. There are a plethora of different places that you should visit in Miami if you’re a fan of the art deco style, but before you go, check out some of the following tips to help you get ready for your trip.

Miami art deco

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Where To Stay
You’re certainly not going to be short of options for where to stay in Miami, especially if you’re looking to get your beauty rest in a hotel that features art deco architecture. For example, you can stay at the Breakwater Hotel or The Clevelander. Keep in mind that, considering how popular the places are and how they’re centrally located, it’s better to book your reservations sooner than later to ensure you’ll be able to get the room you want, where you want.

What To Eat
Trying to figure out what to eat? Be prepared to have a lot of places from which to choose in and near the Art Deco District. For example, you can grab some food at Mango’s Tropical Cafe, Cafe Milano, Senor Frogs, or The Clevelander Bar. Whether you’re looking for some stellar mojitos, decadent desserts, a really well-made cup of coffee, or food you’ll be talking about for years, there’s a little something for everyone in Miami.

Art Deco Weekend
Attend this event and you’ll never want to leave. Hosted by the Miami Design Preservation League, the event unfortunately already passed for 2017 (it ran from January 13 – 15), but that doesn’t mean you can’t make plans to attend it next year. There were exhibits, kid’s shows, classic car shows, lectures, live music, and more. It’s a weekend worth planning for.

Art deco weekend Miami

Art Deco Tour
Speaking of the Miami Design Preservation League, they also host an art deco walking tour that you can attend while you’re in Miami. Tickets range in price from $20 to $25; tours run 1.5 hours and they depart every day at 10:30am with an additional tour at 6:30pm on Thursdays. You don’t need to make reservations in advance but you can buy your tickets online. Tours leave from the Art Deco Welcome Center on Ocean Drive.

The aforementioned is just the beginning of where you can go and what you can do when you want to delve into art deco architecture in Miami. The list of fabulous places to visit, which also includes the Colony Theater and the Bass Museum, goes on and on. To make sure you have time to do everything you want, it’s best if you come up with some type of itinerary in advance so you’ll have an idea of how to plan your days. With that said, who’s ready to pack their bags for Miami?

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A Tourist’s Guide To Little Havana

Located in Miami, Florida, Little Havana is a neighborhood that’s named after the largest city in Cuba: Havana. It’s a vibrant area filled with high energy and friendly people, and there is certainly plenty to see and do regardless of if you’re visiting for a weekend or longer. Whether you go with family, friends, a partner, or even by yourself, it’s easy to fall in love with the neighborhood. Ready to find out what you can do and see during your trip to Little Havana?

Calle Ocho

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Where To Sleep
Looking to stay in or near Little Havana? You have plenty of options from which to choose including Four Seasons Hotel Miami, W Miami, Holiday Inn Port of Miami Downtown, and Habitat Residence. To make sure you get to stay in the hotel you want and have the type of room you desire, try and make your reservations as far in advance of your trip as possible.

Where To Eat
You are in for some seriously incredible food when you’re in and around Little Havana. Whether you want to try something different (go for it!) or stick to staples you already know and love, you’re certainly going to have your pick of places to try. For example, you can get food at Casa Juancho, Versailles Restaurant, Exquisito Restaurant, or Taqueria El Mexicano. Don’t forget to bring your appetite!

Marlins Park
Located in Little Havana on Marlins Way is Marlins Park, home to the Miami Marlins. Sure you can go there and catch a game, but if you so choose, you can also take a tour of the baseball park that seats 37,000. If there is already a home game or a major event scheduled, you’re going to have to hold off until there isn’t. Otherwise, the tours run Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for a price of $10. Tours start at 10am, noon, and 2pm.

Marlins Park

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Calle Ocho Festival
Want to party with more than 1 million of your closest friends? Then you’ll want to attend the annual Calle Ocho Festival which is currently in its 40th year. There will be plenty of food and fantastic music, and you definitely don’t want to miss the 3rd annual Miami Cuban Sandwich Smackdown. Did we mention the World Championship Croqueta Eating Contest starting at 1pm? The Calle Ocho Festival is set to take place on SW 8th Street between 12th and 27th avenues on March 12, 2017, from 10am to 7pm.

Now that you know a little more about what Little Havana has to offer, it’s time to start making some plans to check the area out for yourself. To ensure your vacation goes as smoothly as possible, do your research on each place before you actually go there and, if possible, try and make your reservations ahead of time so you’re all set for some fun once you arrive. Lastly, don’t hesitate to talk to the locals. Find out where their favorite places are to check out; you may be able to learn about a not well-known little gem.

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Explore Nature at Elk Island National Park

Located in Alberta, Canada, Elk Island National Park was created in 1906, is completely enclosed, is approximately 74.9-square-miles, and was the first wildlife sanctuary in Canada. It has such a rich history and has made a significant positive impact on wildlife, especially bison. Without further ado, let’s discuss some more about Elk Island National Park and how you can visit.


The bison
Before we get into the rest of the details, how Elk Island National Park has helped bison is certainly worth a mention. In the early 1900s, with so few of these bison left, 410 of them were transported to the park from Montana, and since then, several of their disease-free bison have been transferred from the park thanks to significant efforts that have been made to help revitalize the bison population. If you want to learn more about the history of the bison, you can take a backstage tour or, during your visit, you may also come to a herd of bison while you’re driving the roads. If you’re particularly interested in the latter, it’s more likely to happen during the later summer months.

The animals
In addition to bison, there are several other animals that you can see at Elk Island National Park. For example, you may come across white-tailed deer, moose, and elk. There are also hundreds of species of birds to watch out for.

There are dozens of campsites in Elk Island National Park, so whether you stay in an RV or in the oTENTiks at the Astotin Lake Campground or you opt for somewhere else, if you’re looking to explore nature and get away from the busy hustle-and-bustle of everyday life, camping is an option you may definitely want to consider. Whether you prefer sleeping directly under the stars or something that comes with the comforts of a home away from home, there’s something for everyone. Camping reservations are recommended.


Want to have some fun in the great outdoors? There are plenty of activities you can do in Elk Island National Park in addition to camping and viewing wildlife. For example, you can take pictures, go on a picnic, or go for a hike, sit in front of a campfire, go canoeing, gaze up at the stars, or go golfing. When you have so many activities from which to choose, you’ll never have a second of boredom.

Take note that while it is free to enter Elk Island National Park, camping is not free. If you want to take guided tours, you’ll have to pay for those as well. If you have any questions about what is or isn’t going to require money or if you have any other questions, make sure to ask ahead of time before making any reservations.

Now that you know a little more about how you can get closer to nature and explore all the beauty the area has to offer, all that’s left to do is research the exact activities that you want to do and make your plans to visit Elk Island National Park. It’s an experience you certainly won’t forget.

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Places to See the Northern Lights Near Edmonton

If you’re interested in viewing the Northern Lights and you’re heading to Edmonton, there’s a chance you may be able to see one of nature’s best shows, but it might require a little road trip. Light pollution makes it a bit difficult (although not impossible) to spot the Northern Lights – also referred to as aurora borealis – directly in the city itself. If you’re visiting the area and you’re committed to seeing the Northern Lights, pack your hot cocoa, bundle up, and consider checking out one of the following spots that are a bit of a drive from Edmonton.

Northern lights forest

Elk Island National Park
Head over to the Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve (of which Elk Island National Park is a part) if you’re looking to see the northern lights. With it being a dark sky preserve, it’s easier to be able to get a clear view of the night sky where you won’t have to worry about light pollution. To get to Elk Island National Park from Edmonton, it will take you approximately 45-minutes. They’re open every day of the year, 24-hours a day.

Fort McMurray
About 4.5-hours from Edmonton is Fort McMurray which is a great place to catch a view of the Northern Lights, especially in the winter. Since you’re taking the drive, head up a little early and consider stopping at one of the many restaurants to grab a good meal before nature’s gorgeous light show.

Jasper National Park Dark Sky Preserve
A little over 3-hours to the west of Edmonton is Jasper National Park Dark Sky Preserve which happens to be the one of the biggest dark sky preserves in the world. They even host the Jasper Dark Sky Festival in the fall. You may find it well worth the trip to head over there.

Northern lights trees

One of the most important things to keep in mind when you want to see the Northern Lights near Edmonton is that that there are no guarantees about when or where they will make an appearance or for how long. Nature can be unpredictable as you know, so if you’d like to see them, it’s best if you make a plan to have a visit that’s longer than a few days to increase your chances of being able to see a good show. All you can really do is keep your expectations in check and hope for the best.

When it gets dark is obviously the best time to see the northern lights, even better if it’s around midnight or so. Want to get an idea of how likely you are to be able to see them in the Edmonton area? Check out AuroraWatch which is run by the University of Alberta. You can even get notifications sent right to your email. Some days the lights are more active above the city than others, and the site can give you an idea of just when that will be. Happy viewing!

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The Silver Skate Festival in Edmonton

The Silver Skate Festival in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada runs from February 10 – 20, 2017, but has been around for decades and attracts over 100,000 visitors. The festival consists of a whole variety of family-friendly activities that are ideal for those of all ages. If you’re thinking of heading to Edmonton and you’re in need of a little winter fun, the following is just some of the information that could prove beneficial if you’re considering attending the Silver Skate Festival.

There are a whole host of events that are taking place during the Silver Skate Festival. For example, the Dead Cold Run takes place on February 12, FatBike Fest on February 12, Meet Me At Lovers’ Lane takes place over the course of several days, Snow Sculpture occurs from February 10 to 12, and there are Snowshoe races. Prices and times vary depending on the event you’d like to participate in. If you’re interested in skating, you can do so between 11am and 10pm, and skates are available to rent if you need them.

dead cold run

Getting to the Silver Skate Festival
If you’re planning on driving to the Silver Skate Festival, you’ll be heading to William Hawrelak Park which is located at 9330 Groat Road in Edmonton. There is festival parking available. Should you decide to take public transportation, there is a free pickup/drop-off shuttle service available that will take you from either the Windsor Parkade or the Transit Station. The shuttle runs from noon to 9pm from February 11-12 and 18-19 as well as on February 20 from noon to 6pm. Although the park is open almost all day (6am to 11pm), it’s important to note that the bathrooms are only open from 8am to 10pm. Pets are not allowed at the festival.

Live performances
In addition to all the family-friendly activities at the Silver Skate Festival, you’ll also be able to hear live music. For example, in 2016, just some of the talented artists who were involved include Nadine Kellman, Marco Claveria Project, Jason Kodie, Rebecca Lappa, ShaktiFlow, and Giselle Boehm. Make sure to keep an eye on the events calendar for those who will be performing in 2017.

Friends skating

If you’re interested in attending the Silver Skate Festival in Edmonton, the best thing that you can do is peruse through all the events and write down which ones you’d like to attend as well as their dates and times, and if you’re planning on taking public transportation, you may want to write down the schedules for that as well. With so much fun to be had at the festival, it can be overwhelming trying to get your schedule in order when it’s not visually in front of you. Write it down and you can plan accordingly.

Additionally, if you’d rather participate in the festival in another way as well, they do have several volunteer opportunities available, so check out their volunteer hub for more information. Lastly, it can get incredibly cold in Edmonton in the winter, so make sure to dress appropriately so you’ll stay warm for the duration that you’re outside.

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Visiting Mount Washington in Pittsburgh

There’s a lot to love about the Mount Washington neighborhood in Pittsburgh, so if you’re considering a visit, we can’t blame you. During your trip, you’ll be able to do some shopping, eat some fabulous food, experience gorgeous views, and more. You could easily spend an extended amount of time here and still find more you want to explore. Ready to learn just some of what Mount Washington in Pittsburgh has to offer?

Mount Washington
Take in the Views
We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the views of Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas that you can experience from Mount Washington from one of the Grandview Avenue observation decks. It’s also here in Pittsburgh that you’ll find two inclines – the Duquesne Incline and the Monongahela Incline – that can provide you with breathtaking views. The Monongahela Incline was built in 1870 and the Duquesne Incline was built in 1877. If you love taking photos, whether professionally or as a hobby, you’ll experience plenty of picturesque moments during your trip, so make sure you have a camera handy.

Go to the Restaurants
Sure the views are wonderful, but you also want to make sure to check out what else the area has to offer as well, such as some fantastic restaurants. For example, you can stop at Micro Diner, Kavsar Restaurant, Grandview Bakery, Packs & Dogs, Monterey Bay Fish Grotto, and Shiloh Grill. Whether you want a snack that’s a little sweet or savory, you could use a cocktail after a long week, or you’re looking for a delicious meal, you’ll have plenty of places to check out that are casual, upscale, or fall somewhere in between. Make sure before you head over to a restaurant that you call to check that they’ll be open when you want to go and to see if you should make a reservation.

View from Mount Washington in Pittsburgh
Visit Emerald View Park
Maybe you want to work up an appetite or you want to burn off the calories from a delicious meal, but heading to the 257-acre Emerald View Park could be an ideal place to do either. In addition to Mount Washington, it also surrounds Allentown and Duquesne Heights. There are several miles of trails that you can walk, and there’s even a basketball court, playground, and baseball field. While you’re in Emerald View Park, don’t forget to keep an eye out for one of the several pieces of art that are throughout. Bring your walking shoes, you’re going to have a great time exploring!

Now that you know a little more about what Mount Washington in Pittsburgh has to offer, it’s time to check it out for yourself. Should you decide to stay for more than a day, you’re going to need a place to sleep for the night, and the good news is that there are plenty of wonderful hotels in the area whether you want to stay one night or more. However long you decide to visit, enjoy your trip!

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Visiting The National Aviary in Pittsburgh

Rainbow Lorikeet

If you’re a fan of birds, one of the best spots to visit is The National Aviary in Pittsburgh. The nonprofit zoo is – as the name suggests – all about birds. Their devotion to birds is incredible, and it will inspire you to not only help the beautiful animals but learn more about them in the process. If you’re interested in visiting the largest aviary in the country, then the following can help you prepare for your trip to The National Aviary in Pittsburgh.

Rainbow Lorikeet
The Birds
What better way to start planning your visit to The National Aviary than discussing some of the hundreds of birds you might be able to see. Just some of the many you may come across include the African Penguin, the Brown Pelican, the Hooded Vulture, Green Singing Finch, Rainbow Lorikeet, Martial Eagle, Snowy Owl, White-bellied go-away-bird, the Sudan Golden Sparrow, and the White-throated Ground Dove. They’re located throughout the varied exhibits which include Penguin Point, Grasslands, Cloud Forest, Eagle Hall, Tropical Rainforest, Canary’s Call, Condor Court, and Wetlands.

Events and Encounters
There are so many great events that take place at The National Aviary. In addition to events that happen daily, such as the Penguin Encounter and Flamingo Trek, you’ll also find other events such as the Penguin Painting that takes place on February 5 or the Pet Parrot Classes that take place on March 11. Some take place every day, others don’t, so you’ll want to check out the events calendar on their website for more information.

Parking and Admission
If you’re planning on driving to The National Aviary, you can either do street parking (which is metered) or you can pay $5 to park in the parking lot. Members, however, don’t have to pay to use the lot or pay to get in to the aviary. As far as admission prices for non-members, prices range depending on whether you just want general admission or you want to add onto that by attending a show or a feeding(s). Depending on which option you go with, prices range from $13 to $25, and children under 2 get in for free. They’re open 10 am to 5 pm daily, but there are dates throughout the year when they’re closed.

Should you decide you want to take a trip and visit The National Aviary, we suggest checking out their social media pages or calling in advance of your visit to ensure they’re going to be open on the dates and times you want to go, especially in the instance of inclement weather. Additionally, before you buy any tickets, make sure that you read all the fine print so there are no unpleasant surprises if your plans happen to change. If you’re interested, they do also allow the booking of events. Lastly, don’t worry if you get hungry or want to pick up a souvenir during your visit as you can stop at The National Aviary Gift Shop or Atria’s Kookaburra Kitchen. Enjoy your trip!

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Visiting the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

If you’re looking for a fun place to visit in Pittsburgh whether you want to go with family or friends, on a date, or by yourself, then one of the best spots to consider is the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. It’s here that you’ll get to see thousands of animals and learn all about them. You can easily spend hours here without a second of boredom. Ready to learn a little more about the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium and how you can visit?

Pittsburgh Zoo Tiger
The Areas and Animals
In addition to the PPG Aquarium, there are six other areas where you can see animals: the Kids Kingdom, African Savanna, Tropical Forest, Asian Forest, The Islands, and Water’s Edge. Just some of the many animals to watch out for include the Siamang, Clouded Leopard, Black Rhinoceros, African Elephant, Amur Tiger, Black Swan, Barn Owl, Gentoo Penguin, Blue Monkey, Northern Sea Otter, and Polar Bear.

Want to pick up some fantastic souvenirs while you’re at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium? Head over to the Current Gift Shop (which is located in the aquarium), The Safari Outpost, Northwest Trading Company, or Village Outfitters where you can buy a variety of items ranging from clothing and toys to books and jewelry. It’s the perfect chance to pick up a gift for yourself or someone else.

If you get hungry while you’re at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, don’t worry, because you have several options that will satisfy your hunger. For example, you can stop at Swahili Pizza, Jambo Grill, The Village Market, Safari Ice Cream Restaurant, or The Animal Connections Cafe to grab foods that include pizza, ice cream, chicken tenders, burgers, cookies, coffee, and french fries.

PPG Aquarium
There are so many events scheduled at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. For example, Penguins on Parade is currently running until February 26, the Animal Instincts Valentine’s Dinner is on February 10 and 11, ZooBrew: Oktoberfest is on September 8, and there are meals with the Easter Bunny, Wild Wednesday, meals with Santa, and so much more running throughout the year so you’ll always have something new to look forward to. Check out their events calendar to find out how and when you can attend.

Visiting the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Because they’re doing some renovations to the zoo, they’re only currently open on weekends until March 1 at which point they’ll open on weekdays once again. Their hours vary by season, but they’re always closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Thanksgiving. Regular general admission prices range depending on age; military discounts are available but you must show ID. Tickets are available to buy online. Parking is free.

Just a little tip, if you’re planning on visiting the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, it’s best if you check out their social media accounts or call them to ensure that they’re going to be open at the date and time you’re interested in going, especially in the case of inclement weather. It’s better to find out before you leave rather than after you’ve already arrived.

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Travel Pittsburgh: Food Trucks Worth Visiting

We absolutely love food trucks for a variety of reasons, but one of the biggest is that it’s not uncommon to come across some truly unique and inspired dishes on the menus. They’re also immensely convenient. Pittsburgh is one of the cities that has welcomed food trucks with open arms, and they certainly have quite a few that you can try. Although there are many fantastic food trucks in Pittsburgh, the following are just some of them that you may find worth checking out.

PGH Taco Truck
There’s so much to love about tacos that you can’t help but want to visit a food truck that’s essentially devoted to them. Unless otherwise stated, their tacos are wheat/gluten-free, and they allow changes at no charge. On the menu, you’ll find dishes that include pork, chicken, and beef options as well as vegan options.

India on Wheels
If you’re looking for some fabulous Indian cuisine, stop over at the India on Wheels food truck in Pittsburgh at either Carnegie Mellon or the University of Pittsburgh. Food options may vary depending on where you go, but some options you might find on the menu include Chicken Curry, Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Curry, Vegetable Korma, and Shrimp Vindaloo.

Mac & Gold Truck
Mac and cheese always seems to make everything better, no? Now just imagine being able to get it quickly at a food truck without having to make it at home. In addition to the awesomeness that is macaroni and cheese, the Mac & Gold Truck in Pittsburgh also serves up salads and fries. Get your mac and cheese plain or throw on some toppings, but either way get ready for a delicious meal.

Burgh Bites
It’s at the Burgh Bites food truck where you’re going to find a selection of foods that are ideal for lunch or dinner any day of the week. In addition to a variety of sandwiches that include the Kickin’ Cuban, The Fun Guy, and the Flankenstein, you’ll also be able to pick up a selection of hot dogs, torts, chili, slaw, pickles, and several other items you won’t want to pass up.

BBQ Ribs
South Side BBQ Company
Who’s a fan of barbecue? If you’re having a craving for it, consider South Side BBQ Company’s food truck in Pittsburgh. Just some of the items you can find on their menu include St. Louis-style ribs, wings, sweet cornbread, and pepperjack mac n cheese. We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the Bar-Ba-Cone which is basically a bunch of delicious barbecue put into a waffle cone. You need to try it at least once.

Now that you’ve gotten some ideas for what food trucks to check out in Pittsburgh, all that’s left to do is plan a trip knowing that there’s some absolutely delicious food waiting for you when you get there. Don’t forget to peruse their respective websites and social media pages to find out where they’re going to be next. If you’re interested in a specific food item, double-check their menu for that day to ensure they have what you’re looking for.

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