Phyllis Steinberg writes for TravelLady Magazine
that "whatever your flavor, Pittsburgh has something to suit everyone's taste buds."
She suggests seeing the city by land and water, from atop Mt. Washington by way of the Incline and from the rivers by way of the Gateway Clipper.
The article highlights some usual tourist standards, such as cheese shopping in the Strip District and browsing the Carnegie Museums. It also suggests checking out Lawrenceville hotspot Tamari for caviar-laced appetizers, and the Frick Art & Historical Center for antique cars and a taste of the Victorian high life.
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