If you go: Pittsburgh

June 19
IF YOU GO
GETTING THERE

Pittsburgh is about 245 miles from Washington. Take Interstate 270 north to I-70 west to I-76 west to I-376 west into the city. Amtrak offers service from $49 one way.

STAYING THERE

Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square

300 W. Station Square Dr.

412-261-2000

www.sheratonpittsburghstationsquare.com

Fantastic location at the base of the charming Mount Washington neighborhood; Gateway Clipper riverboat service available to and from PNC Park. Rooms with Gateway Clipper tickets from $199.

Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown

600 Commonwealth Pl.

412-391-4600

www.wyndham.com

In the Golden Triangle Central Business District. Rooms from $184.

EATING THERE

Church Brew Works

3525 Liberty Ave.

412-688-8200

www.churchbrew.com

A former Catholic church converted into a modern brewpub. Eclectic pub grub selections. Entrees from $14.

Round Corner Cantina

3720 Butler St.

412-904-2279

www.roundcornercantina.com

Hipster taqueria and cantina with outdoor patio. Variety of taco choices come two per order starting at $7.

PLAYING THERE

PNC Park

115 Federal St.

412-321-2827

pittsburgh.pirates.mlb.com

The Pirates have home games until Sept. 21. Tickets start at $14.

Roberto Clemente Museum

3339 Penn Ave.

412-621-1268

www.clementemuseum.com

By appointment only. $20.

Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum at the Heinz History Center

1212 Smallman St.

412-454-6000

www.heinzhistorycenter.org

Daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $15; seniors $13; military, students and ages 6-17 $6; 5 and younger free.

Allegheny Cemetery

4734 Butler St.

412-682-1624

www.alleghenycemetery.com

Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

INFORMATION

www.visitpittsburgh.com

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