Urbanist for Design Sponge.
One of the best things about traveling and discovering a new city is stumbling upon that fringe cafe or restaurant tucked away from the main strip — the unassuming spots that locals covet. This Pittsburgh guide is chock-full of those hidden gems, thanks to Michael McAllister, a publisher and editor at URBANIST Guide which produces […] [more]
The Slate Series: Salt x Art
Urbanist is excited to announce our newest contributor, Alex Oliver, who will be digging in to Pittsburgh’s growing art community for us. When Alex isn’t busy teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, you can find her posting on Words &TC or Pittsburgh Articulate and fortunately for us, Urbanist(!). With some much happening across the Pittsburgh […] [more]
Last Minute Plans: NYE
Everyone does it, ‘But seriously guys, what are we doing tonight?’ So here is a little list of what is still out there and available for NYE festivities! Happy New Year Everyone! Music/DJs x 2015 is Real. Upstairs at Round Corner Cantina. $15 at door. Sets from LazerCrunk, Detour, Obvious, Honcho, and VIA. x No Mames. Round Corner […] [more]
Staycation: Hotel Monaco & The Commoner
You really shouldn’t need more reasons to visit Downtown. From the slug of incredible restaurants to shows in the Cultural District, Downtown’s redevelopment is in full swing. Adding fuel to the development fire is a handful of hotel announcements including The Distrikt (former Red Cross Building), The Forbes Hotel (Granite Building), Embassy Suites (under construction, […] [more]
New Concept. New Brunch Party.
Its crazy to think that a year ago we kicked off our monthly(ish) brunch parties at Round Corner Cantina. From confetti cannons to free flowing mimosas, they have been an excellent addition to any given Sunday. And they are about to get even more interesting. Enter Cantina’s newest concept BALLROOM and the Austin/Portland tenured chef […] [more]