Everyone knows that drinking and driving don't go together well. Riding around on a party bus or in a chauffeured limo however, is just fine. If you know you're going out partying with your friends who all want to partake in adult beverages, you'll want to know more about Ron's Party Bus drinking tours in Pittsburgh.
Notable bars in Steel City
* Butcher and the Rye
This two-time James Beard semi-finalist for Outstanding Bar Program boasts two excellent venues in one fantastic location. One is a very public whiskey bar situated on the main floor. The more intimate Rye Bar is upstairs. You can get a locally sourced beer, a fine glass of wine or a handcrafted cocktail at either bar. Butcher and the Rye offers more than 600 whiskey varietals, including special-occasion bourbon, barrel aged scotch and other rare spirits. The upstairs Rye Bar provides comfortable, library style seating for a limited number of patrons. Ask your driver to stop here on your drinking tour of Pittsburgh, and you won't be sorry. Butcher and the Rye is located at 212 Sixth Street downtown.
When on one of our drinking tours in Pittsburgh, you might want to make a stop at the diviest dive bar in town. This no-frills venue can be smoky and loud, especially when a local punk band is on stage, but the drinks are cheap and the atmosphere is lively. When the band takes a break, make your way to the ping pong table or dive into a big basket of wings with a pile of pirogi on the side. Find Gooski's at 3117 Brereton Street in Polish Hill.
* Hidden Harbor
If you think that tiki bars are all about crass décor and overpriced drinks, do think again. Add Hidden Harbor to your drinking tours in Pittsburgh itinerary, and you're sure to get back on the bus as happy as the proverbial clam at high tide. Here you can tip back a warmly spiced Ishmael or a particularly potent Curse of Pele punch, advises Pittsburgh magazine. If you take your drink tour on a Wednesday, be prepared to participate in Weird Science events. Ask your party bus chauffeur to stop by everyone's favorite tiki bar at 1708 Shady Avenue in Squirrel Hill.
* Harp and Fiddle
If you've never been to an authentic Irish pub, what in the world are you waiting for? Located at 2329 Penn Avenue in Pittsburgh, the Harp and Fiddle offers a great gathering place where you and your friends can enjoy pints of Guinness while tucking into tasty platters of fish 'n' chips, bangers and mashed, corned beef with cabbage and other Gaelic cuisine.
Taking one of our drinking tours in Pittsburgh is so much smarter (and more fun) than driving yourself around town. Our spacious party buses can hold more people than your car, anyway. When you're ready to hire Ron's Party Bus as your designated driver, please call (412)587-2081.Drinking Tours Pittsburgh
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