Want a breathtaking view while you dine in the ‘burgh?’
Post composed by the MACMLA 2013 Hospitality Committee
For a spectacular view of the city, ride the funicular (or as we say here, the Incline). There are two of them, the Monongahela Incline near Station Square and the Duquesne Incline which goes up to Mount Washington. Mount Washington is the home of many wonderful restaurants. Isabela on Grandview and Monterey Bay Fish Grotto both on Mount Washington are OpenTable Diner’s Choice 2013 Best Scenic restaurants with a view.
No matter your taste or budget, we have something for you in the ‘burgh!’ Traditional meals like Meat and Potatoes, pierogies at S& D Polish Deli, potato pancakes at Max’s Allegheny Tavern, and of course Primanti Bros. where the sandwiches come with the fries and coleslaw piled on top. Visit the Original Oyster House located in the heart of downtown’s Market Squareand which first opened in 1870.
If you are looking for a tall cold one see The ‘Burgh Beer Bible. The 50 Best Drinks in Pittsburgh covers beer, wine, cocktails, and nonalcoholic drinks (including coffee and tea). If you prefer dinner with a river side view of Pittsburgh go to Station Square along the Monongahela River or Mount Washington boasting a spectacular view of the city.
Check out Dining on the MAC Meeting’s Hospitality site. Don’t forget to visit the Hospitality Table in the hotel to find more dining options!
On the evening on Monday October 14 dine arounds will be offered. Check future MAC message posts on how to sign-up for a dine around or visit Dining on the MAC Meeting’s Hospitality site.
If you have any dining questions just “Ask the Hospitality Committee.”
So dine your way through the ‘burgh’ and register for the MAC Meeting! Online registration end September 30!