Pittsburgh food tours provide something different this season with ’Burgh Bits and Bites, a team of foodies established in 2008 who are proud to call the Steel City home. So when you’re craving excitement on your next vacation, hop aboard and explore all of the city’s most notable foodie destinations, from out-of-the-way restaurants to family haunts and beyond.
Touring Pittsburgh’s Cultural Food Tours: Taste the Experience
There is vast culture of cuisine in Pittsburgh just waiting to be sampled. With ’Burgh Bits and Bites tour groups, here are just a few place you can visit:
The Strip District: A delightful haven of cuisine, the Strip hosts dozens of food counters and shops from a wide range of ethnicities and traditions. Some choices include Italian pastries, Polish specialties, and Europeans meats.
South Side: Colorful, hip, and funky, South Side offers theaters, boutiques, art galleries, and musical venues. Walk down streets laden with Victorian architecture as you sample grape leaves, cupcakes, milkshakes, and pizza.
Bloomfield: Affectionately referred to as “Pittsburgh’s Little Italy,” this tour spends its Saturdays carving a path through the lovely Bloomfield area. The tour provides a tasty spectrum of samplings, including pizza, pasta, biscotti, and other Italian delights.
Foodie Aftermath: Staying Overnight With Quality Lodging
Once you’ve had your fill of sumptuous cuisine and first-rate entertainment, take comfort knowing that you and your loved ones can retire to quality accommodations. Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square offers a wide range of amenities, so don’t delay. Book a room with us now!