Lawrenceville is no longer the "up-and-coming" neighborhood in Pittsburgh, it's the place to be! The neighborhood boasts a rich industrial history, convenient riverfront location, and welcoming neighbors. It's where old charm meets present-day edginess. The formerly industrial area has transformed into a trendy, innovative, and according to Business Insider, one of the hippest neighborhoods in the world! Cool shops, restaurants, bars and breweries have made Butler Street a tourist destination, and the local restaurants are establishing the neighborhood as the heart of Pittsburgh's food scene.
Residents can spend their days window shopping at one-a-kind boutiques that you can't find anywhere else in the city, like Toll Gate Revival, pavement, No. 14, and Wildcard, catching at show at Row House Cinema, bowling a few frames at Arsenal Lanes, exploring numerous art exhibits, tossing back a pint at Roundabout Brewing, Arsenal Cider House or Industry Public House, or dining out at amazing restaurants like Morcilla, Vandal, Smoke, Piccolo Forno and Cure. Plus the neighborhood is home to Allegheny Cemetery, a stunning, civil war era cemetery that's more like a park with it's picturesque trails.
This city neighborhood is less than three miles from downtown Pittsburgh making it an easy and short commute to tons of Pittsburgh employers. On top of that, Lawrenceville is incredibly walkable with community parks and running and biking trails just outside your door. And with gallery crawls, food truck round-ups, beer festivals, farmers markets and other community events, you'll never be bored! Get a taste of the neighborhood by watching the video below.
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