Lawrenceville is known for it’s vibrant arts community and it’s wide range of quirky independent businesses. Upper Lawrenceville is home to several: Fresh Heirlooms has handmade furniture from reclaimed materials. Slaughterhouse Gallery rents studio space and is home to Jones … Continue reading
Nied’s Hotel is a Pittsburgh institution. The building and restaurant have been in the Nied family for over 70 years. I took the suggestion of the giant neon sign and ordered the fish sandwich.
Great rowhouses on a stretch of Carnegie St.
Word on the street is that Geno’s has trivia on Tuesday nights, the same night that ALL MICROBREWS ARE $2.50. Put it on the list.
The residential part of Upper Lawrenceville is a loose grid of alleys and streets that lie on a steep hill.
Prism Stained Glass on Butler St. does custom work and restores older pieces. Their store front is a pretty incredible mosaic.