In 2020, The Strip District Terminal began adding a new line of shops, restaurants, and more to the walkable belt of businesses in the Strip District. Now, three years later, The Terminal is home to over 20 places to explore — and will continue to grow its tenets in the coming years.
This Argentine-style brasserie recently opened up their dinner reservations. Representing the lifestyle of Buenos Aires-porteña fare, incredible South American wines, craft cocktails, and a vibrant social energy, Balvanera nods to its European roots.
For those looking for a high-intensity fitness experience, this gym is for you. Hop on the health trend before New Year’s with a combination of boxing and strength and cardio conditioning intervals. You’ll leave feeling great since it’s all curated by Mayweather himself.
Enter the virtual reality gaming world with full-body motion capture and high-quality haptics. Transport yourself into the future, try your luck in Netflix’s Squid Game, or sail the seas as a pirate; nothing is off-limits here. Plus, all the games are designed to be social experiences with the help of friends.
All skill levels of golfers are welcome to this practice and training facility, perfect to help you master the sport of golf. The facility features Pittsburgh’s only indoor sand trap and four quality simulators. Bring some friends and play an 18-hole game from courses around the world.
While this craft brewery started in Virginia, it has quickly made its way into Pittsburgh’s heart. This location focuses on new techniques, processes, and ingredients to create unique types of IPAs, sours, stouts, and lagers. The shop also has fresh cans of beer available for curbside pickup.
Set to open this winter, Novo Asian Food Hall is a new eatery is owned and operated by the same owners as Everyday Noodles and Mola Sushi. The restaurant will feature seven stalls featuring different Pittsburgh restauranteurs. Dining options range from sushi, Thai, Chinese, and Cantonese dishes and include a bar.
Story by Kylie Thomas
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