Pittsburgh Happenings: January 9-15

January is officially underway and 2024 is in full swing. As the winter weather picks up momentum here in Pittsburgh, grab a pal and head to one of these five events that’ll help you cozy up away from the cold and keep you interested in life!

A man in a white suit sings at a mic in front of a line of actors on a stage.
Photo courtesy of Matthew Murphy

Girl From the North Country

Benedum Center, January 9-14

Hear Bob Dylan’s music like you’ve never heard it before as you adventure alongside a group of wayward travelers in 1934 Minnesota. The Tony Award winning musical makes its stop in Pittsburgh for a beautiful production about music, life and hope.

Four cocktail glasses filled with different pink and white cocktails topped with stick garnishes at PA Market in Pittsburgh.
Photo courtesy of The PA Market

Cure What Ails You: Medicinal Cocktails

The Pennsylvania Market, January 10

Start the New Year off on a healthy foot to keep away from the winter colds. Learn to craft three wellness inspired cocktails designed to soothe your senses and revive your spirits this winter season. Plus enjoy a mini charcuterie board while sipping these cold fighting concoctions.

A person's hand temperature tests scallops that are being seared in a pan at Ritual House in Pittsburgh.
Photo courtesy of Ritual House

Chef’s Dinner

Ritual House, January 11

Shake off the after holiday blues with a fabulous tasting dinner from Ritual House Chef Ed Smith featuring cocktail and wine pairings. The evening will start with a welcome cocktail and then proceed into a seven-course tasting dinner featuring Beef Sashimi, Shrimp and Pork Dumplings, Cauliflower Bisque, Seared Scallops, and more. 

Five African American men stand side by side in neutral color clothings as the cast of godguys in Pittsburgh.
Photo courtesy of godguys. The Stage Play

Godguys. The Stage Play Pittsburgh

O’Reilly Theater, January 13

This heartfelt play from Atlanta is about 6 African American men, who have formed a family-like bond over the years and still routinely meet. As they take you through their life stories the characters touch on themes of abuse, mental health issues, abandonment, and addiction, topics not often talked about openly in the African American community.

A person holds a coffee mug filled with a latte and topped with a leaf design in front of the shadow of Adda Coffee and Tea in Pittsburgh
Photo courtesy of Adda Coffee and Tea

Adda High Tea

Adda Coffee and Tea, January 14

Spend the afternoon at a true High Tea lunch in the cozy space of Adda Coffee and Tea. Indulge in a wide variety of teas, carefully curated to satisfy every palate, from classic Earl Grey to exotic herbal infusions. Alongside the tea will be an assortment of finger sandwiches, scones, pastries, and other delectable treats to perfect the High Tea experience.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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