Photos: A Peek at Picklesburgh

We popped over to Picklesburgh to see what the fuss was about. Golden pickle pins, all the pickle t-shirts and a pickle stuffed with a hot dog wrapped in bacon.

by Lindsay Patross
July 26, 2019

Picklesburgh is annual pickle celebration that takes place on the Roberto Clemente Bridge. The festival was such a success last year, that they have expanded and taken over part of Fort Duquesne Blvd.

We popped over to pick up a pickled snack for the Very Local team and snapped a few photos of the pickle lovers of Pittsburgh. This festival has lots of big dill pickles and is packed with pickle puns.

Photos from Picklesburgh 2019

A pickle stuffed with a hot dog wrapped in bacon is a thing you can eat at Picklesburgh

One of the more interesting snacks we sampled was at the I’Dill Pickle tent. This selection of fried pickles is prepared by the Pittsburgh Irish Festival. We went all in and sampled the pickle, stuffed with a hot dog and wrapped in bacon.

Picklesburgh - A pickle with a hot dog wrapped in bacon

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Know before you go: Picklesburgh 2019

Dates & Times:

  • Friday 7/26: Noon – 10 pm
  • Saturday 7/27: Noon – 10 pm
  • Sunday 7/28: Noon – 6 pm

Location: Roberto Clemente Bridge

Cost: Free, if you want to drink alcohol you need to have a photo ID and get a green wristband before you order a drink.

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For more info on Picklesburgh, check out this helpful guide to Picklesburgh from The Incline.

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Pittsburgh born and raised, Lindsay has been writing about the people who love Pittsburgh since 2008.

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