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    doctor j
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    steeler bars and things to do

    We are going to be at the game Sun---I have been to 2 steeler games and still haven't done the pittsburgh thing. Please help: where can my wife and I enjoy a great steelers pub close to the stadium after the game to watch other games. Also are there any must do's while in the burgh?

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    Re: steeler bars and things to do

    Quote Originally Posted by doctor j
    We are going to be at the game Sun---I have been to 2 steeler games and still haven't done the pittsburgh thing. Please help: where can my wife and I enjoy a great steelers pub close to the stadium after the game to watch other games. Also are there any must do's while in the burgh?

    Try the Clark Bar & Grill. It's within in walking distance from Heinz Feild. Great atmosphere (tons of Pittsburgh sports memoribila on the walls). The place will be packed before the game so get their early!!


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    doctor j
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    Re: steeler bars and things to do

    Isn't there a place right across the river from Heinz? Also how does the tailgating work? Do I need to bring my own grill and food?

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    Re: steeler bars and things to do

    Quote Originally Posted by doctor j
    Isn't there a place right across the river from Heinz? Also how does the tailgating work? Do I need to bring my own grill and food?
    Primanti Bros. used to be a great 3AM hole in the wall kind of place, but now that Madden has mentioned it, it might just be a tourist trap.

    Just in case no one states the obvious, you should drink lots of Iron City Beer!


    We got our "6-PACK" - time to work on a CASE!

    HERE WE GO STEELERS, HERE WE GO!

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    Re: steeler bars and things to do

    Quote Originally Posted by doctor j
    Isn't there a place right across the river from Heinz? Also how does the tailgating work? Do I need to bring my own grill and food?

    Station Square is across the river: http://www.stationsquare.com/


    They have a number of restaurants and shops (including an awesome Steeler pro shop).
    There is a ferry that takes fans to the North Shore to where Heinz Field sits.



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