Like any mid-size city, Pittsburgh has its share of entertainment, food, and drink options. Whether you just moved into town and planning a date night or you’re simply looking to explore the Steel City with friends or family, we’ve got a stellar list of some of our favorite night out ideas, including a few off the beaten path!

1.  Coop De Ville. You’ll find this Southern table, fast and casual restaurant in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Strip District. Check out the fried chicken, classic southern side dishes, fresh baked pies, and pastries. Coop De Ville is also an exciting destination to get moving — for duck pin bowling, classic arcade games, pin ball machines, pool tables, and more. Pro tip … Kids are welcome to visit, except for Friday and Saturdays after 9 p.m., when all guests must be at least 21.

2.  City Brew Tours. Offering unforgettable, all-inclusive tours and beer-focused experiences in some of the best beer cities across North America, City Brew Tours will pair sober drivers with personalized beer tasting tours at up to 16 locations. Taste your way behind-the-scenes of multiple craft breweries, and then complete your journey with expertly paired delicious food. Learn more, here.

3.  August Wilson African American Cultural Center. Sneak a peek into the gallery, catch a ballet company, or make your way into a spoken poetry night. The gallery is open until 8 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, and special events happen all the time on weekends. Located at 980 Liberty Ave. in the downtown Cultural District. Catch more details when you visit the August Wilson website.

4.   City Works Restaurant. If you’ve spent any time at all in Pittsburgh, then you know we like our sports! And to find the ultimate Sports Bar experience, be sure to check out City Works Eatery and Pourhouse at PPG Place in Market Square. Featuring more than 90 craft brews, 15 flat screen HDTVs, and over 11,000 feet of dining space serving “classic American food with a twist,” you can catch the details here.

5.  Lumberjaxes Throwing, Millvale.Lumberjaxes founders Corey Deasy, Matt Peyton, and Jack Welsh so enjoyed their axe throwing experience while on vacation in 2016 that they immediately knew axe throwing would be a welcome addition to the Pittsburgh region. Lumberjaxes opened their first location right outside Pittsburgh in Millvale Borough, near the renowned Grist House Craft Brewery, and Mr. Smalls Music Venue. You can even book online reservations at one of the four area locations.

If you’re thinking about moving to Pittsburgh, throughout western Pennsylvania, or even a long-distance move across the country, we’d love to talk! We offer free estimates — either in-person, or virtually, depending on your schedule. Just visit our website or give us a call today at 800-810-2635.