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July, 2009 in Pittsburgh

Ceremony: Mattress Factory
Reception: Mattress Factory


Yes! We Cater

2326 Mosside Blvd
Monroeville, PA, United States

Ceremony and Reception:

Mattress Factory Museum - Ceremony and Reception - 500 Sampsonia Way, Pittsburgh, PA, 15212, USA

Mattress Factory

500 Jacksonia Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Sunday Brunch:

Barb's Corner Kitchen

4717 Butler St
Pittsburgh, PA 15201


Hampton Inn

1247 Smallman St
Pittsburgh, PA 15222


Inn On the Mexican War Streets - Hotel - 604 W North Ave, Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Inn on the Mexican War Streets

604 W North Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15212


Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History

4400 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, United States

"An excellent pair of museums for a late morning stroll. Located in Oakland, the museums are joined and admission gets you into both."


Cathedral of Learning

Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US

"Located in the heart of the Oakland neighborhood on the University of Pittsburgh campus, the Cathedral of Learning is the second tallest academic building in the world (after Moscow State). You can take a self-tour of the Nationality Rooms on the first and third floors of the Cathedral or stroll through the neighborhood of Oakland to enjoy a nice variety restaurants, college bars and shops."


Duquesne Incline

1220 Grandview Ave
Pittsburgh, PA, United States


East Carson Street in the South Side

"More than 20 blocks of bars, restaurants, tattoo parlors and a variety of shops offer a very "Pittsburgh-esque" experience."


Monongahela Incline

5 Grandview Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA, United States

"The lower access point of the Mongongahela Incline is located across the street from Station Square. The upper access point is on Mt. Washington."


Pittsburgh Regatta

"While you can also enjoy the regatta from the North Shore (directly north of this park), Point State Park offers the best vantage point to enjoy all the regatta events. If you like things that float, this is an excellent way to spend Saturday before the wedding."


Strip District

"A historic warehouse district now especially popular on weekend mornings for shoppers, diners and people-watchers. Described as having "many ethnic food purveyers, some art studios, antique dealers, unique boutiques and other such businesses setting up shop where trains once delivered produce by the ton. The Strip District comes alive primarily on weekends during the summer months when street vendors are selling their wares, the open-air farmer's markets are in full swing, and party-goers sit outside and enjoy a drink." An important place to visit if this is your first trip to the city and you want a uniquely Pittsburgh experience."


Walnut Street in Shadyside

"Shadyside offers upscale dining and shopping options, primarily along Walnut Street and Ellsworth Avenue."