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Charming, quaint coffee shop and cafe. Vegetarian and vegan options galore. <3
If you happen to be around the Polish Hill neighborhood, check out this coffee spot. After trying the vegan donuts, head upstairs to the Copacetic Comics shop to peruse a nicely curated selection of books and local comics.
Food, coffee, other curious snacks and bevs. All kinds of good nooks to sit in. Don't leave without checking out Cruel Noise Records (2nd floor) and Copacetic Comics (3rd floor.)
Some of the best coffee in town, in a art/punk neighborhood. Great vegan food, sandwiches and pastries
Super close with excellent coffee, tasty food, and amazing baked goods (great vegan options -- the apricot jelly doughnuts are divine).
“Fucking treat yourself. It's either here or La Gourmandine for bread and pastries. ”
“The one and only Pittsburgh Rum Distillery. They are open seven days a week for bottle purchases but only Wednesday to Sunday for mixed drinks.”
“An amazing place to meditate, regardless of religious beliefs. Saint Anthony Chapel, located on Troy Hill, which overlooks the Allegheny River on Pittsburgh's North Side, is home to the largest collection of Christian relics in the world outside of the Vatican. This Shrine, dedicated to the "Wonder-Worker," St. Anthony of Padua, houses a vast collection of relics and has been designated a Historical Landmark by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation. saintanthonyschapel.org”
“Doubles as a truly perfect flower design studio operation. Very little seating but you'll find yourself staying because you can't look away. ”