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I have brought my grandsons to stay in the Waterfront area for the past three years. It's the perfect oasis from the hustle and bustle of Pittsburgh itself, but close to many attractions. This is the first year we've really explored the Waterfront, and we...More
This is a nice area outside of the city proper. It is right on one of the rivers and is kind of like an outdoor mall - stores and chain restaurants that you access from outdoors, set up in a quaint little village-like area with...More
Come and check out the Waterfront here in Homestead. Bike trails, WaterWays, Foodies, Bike Rentals, Shopping and much much more. You can come in via transit, or drive in or ride your bike over. Have coffee at Starbucks or Panera and sit outside.
Pittsburgh was a surprisingly interesting and exciting place to visit.
It's eclectic architecture mixes old industrial buildings with modern ones.
The art scene is very active and also hosts a variety of restaurants.
The Waterfront district had me with the preserved chimneys and the water...More
The endless traffic detours, unmarked closed streets and roads that have different names than google map directions make it really hard to get to. Spent more time driving around saying, it's over there, I can see it, now, how do I get there? Chain restaurants...More
The waterfront at Homestead was supposed to be a wonderful investment into a depressed area with shopping and other things to do for everyone to enjoy.
Unfortunately when you look around at the stores that remain there is so little there that it is rather...More
They have done a really nice job of creating this little village of a shopping area and upscale restaurants next to the Monongahela River Waterfront. With a couple of motels next to the shopping area it makes a nice place to stay while visiting the...More
right along the river. nice variety of shops and restaurants, and a movie theater. hotels within walking distance (for those coming from out-of-town). outdoor "promenade" style of stores, not an indoor mall