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There’s art, business, and entertainment conveniently close to AC Hotel Pittsburgh Downtown’s hourly rooms. The hotel comes with free Wi-Fi, and is an ideal place for sport fans to stay as there are numerous top flight sporting arenas close at hand. Other attractions include natural history, art, and science museums, the Cultural District, and botanical gardens.
Global Menu – The Butcher and the Rye is a stylish spot for innovative New American fare and craft cocktails, but if you prefer an eclectic mix of delights from various Caribbean islands then visit Kaya. Bae Bae’s Kitchen has a cozy atmosphere and seasonally inspired Korean cuisine, whilst Texas-style barbecue is on offer at Pork & Beans, as is local craft beer. Other culinary styles available nearby include Brazilian, Italian, and more.
Stadia Galore – The PPG Paints Arena is just to the south, making the day rooms ideal for sports fans who fancy catching the Penguins play hockey live. PNC Park is also not far away, and is the home of the MLB’s Pirates. Should neither team be playing (nor the NFL’s Steelers at Heinz Field) there’s still every chance of seeing other sports hosted, or even live concerts.
Carnegie Science Center – If you prefer science to sport then the Carnegie Science Center is just to the west. This museum, which doubles up as a research center, has scientific displays which include submarine and train exhibits, and it’s a great family-friendly site if you have little ones along, with a planetarium, live shows and kids programs.
Cultural District – Just down the road to the west is the Cultural District, which is brimming with live performance venues, such as concert halls and theaters, eateries, and the nearby Fifth Avenue Place shopping center has all the shops you could want plus a food court.
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