Welcome to Pittsburgh! What do you want to do first? Not sure yet? Well what about plans for tomorrow? …Well you still have time to decide… Where are you staying? You haven't booked a hotel yet?!?!
The big game is right around the corner, and Pittsburghers know how to enjoy it!
Still looking for a place to watch The Super Bowl? We’ve got a list of some the best bars to have a night out, catch a game, and enjoy yourself! Check it out below:
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It’s home opener weekend! Less than 24 hrs until kickoff! Can’t wait to get out there and drum for you all. Here’s where to find us on game day: 10:05 - North Shore Riverfront Park (south of stadium) 10:30 - Gold Lot (near Stage AE) 10:55 - Tequila Cowboy Live on Stage 11:10 - Art Rooney Ave 11:35 - Art Rooney Ave Come find us, watch the show, rock out to some sweet beats, say hi, and get excited for some Steelers football! Everybody welcome, as always...let's have some fun! #HereWeGo #positivevibes #steelers #herewego #nfldrumlines #pittsburgh #pgh #steelergang #steelersnation #steelerscountry #steelersfamily #steelersfootball #ps4l #pghmusic #lovepgh #zildjian #vicfirth #remo #mapex #pghcreative #thingstodoinpittsburgh #heinzfield
Located at 1515 East Carson Street, Local is “great for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch on the city’s largest heated, enclosed roof-top deck or in the main dining area inspired by vintage Pittsburgh scenes.” Whether you’re looking to grab a quick bite or enjoy a drink at the bar while watching the Steelers, Local is a staple in the Southside bar scene.
A Pittsburgh favorite, Mario’s was brought to life in 1982 by Pittsburgh native Bob Pessolano, who created a bar that has a unique blend of a neighborhood, college and sports bar rolled into one. A popular Southside game-time destination, you can also find a Mario’s in Oakland and Shadyside.
The self-proclaimed “#1 sports bar in Pittsburgh” is in the heart of Southside. With three floors to find the perfect spot to camp out and watch the game, it’s no wonder that Carson City is so popular among the natives. With a menu full of game-time staples and specials every day of the week, Carson City is worth a stop.
Close in proximity to Heinz field (just a few steps away!), McFadden’s is the ultimate pre-game destination. Opening four hours prior to kickoff, McFadden’s is a great place to set up shop.
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Today’s been fun and all, but there is nothing we love more than a home game. Only 7 more days until the home opener and we’re just getting started! Join us next Sunday to see how we really party! - - #mcfaddens #mcfaddenspitt #mcfaddyinz #pittsburgh #steelers #pittsburghsteelers #homeopener #homeopenercountdown #412 #northshore #football #nfl @steelers
Featured on the popular show Nashville, Tequila Cowboy offers great dining and “a revved up nightlife.” With four venues under one rock’n rooftop, Tequila Cowboy is a great place to stop by for the game – and remain afterward. The 17,000-square foot facility also includes Little Red Corvette for all of your ‘80s and ‘90s favorites!
A Shadyside staple located off of Walnut Street, the William Penn Tavern, or just “The Tav,” is a great place to watch a game whatever day or time it is. With a “hometown bar” vibe, a kitchen that’s open until midnight each night and an indoor/outdoor bar, there isn’t a better place to join your friends.