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This Weekend: Daylight Saving Time, Dean Bog, Dessert for Dinner

Don’t forget about daylight saving time. We’ve also got a roundup of live music venues, breweries you can visit on Mondays and an under-the-radar speakeasy.

by Lindsay Patross | March 5, 2020

In like a lion.

This weekend marks the return of the annual Home & Garden Show at the Convention Center. We’ve got a first-timer’s guide ready to go. On the opposite end of the spectrum, we’re also recommending a cozy, Lawrenceville-based speakeasy that’s open every Friday and Saturday night. Let’s dig in.

⏰Don’t forget daylight saving time! You will lose an hour of sleep on Saturday night. [Did you know that back in 1918 it was a Pittsburgh councilman who helped to create daylight saving time? Learn more from Rick Sebak’s story for Pittsburgh Magazine.]

HOME & GARDEN: Get your steps in
The Home & Garden Show takes up BOTH floors of the Convention Center downtown. Take your walking shoes and take a peek at our “know before you go” guide for pro tips on where to park and discounted admission.

THE SLAW: YouTube star Dean Bog
We sat down with local YouTube sensation Dean Bog to chat about Pittsburgh Neighborhoods. [Join the conversation – we’ve got a new Facebook group just for our podcast.]

MONDAY FUNDAY: 11 Breweries, 7 Bars
We researched where to go if you’re looking for a Pittsburgh-area brewery that’s open on a Monday.

VIRTUAL REALITY: A first-timer’s guide to VR in the Burgh
These three spots feature virtual reality setups (think Oculus Rift or HTC Vive). Our roundup includes what to play, how much it costs and how you can sign up.

We uncovered The Confidant – a tropical-themed speakeasy in Lawrenceville. See which bar it’s connected to, when they’re open and how to locate this hidden gem.

WE’LL DO IT LIVE: Where to see live music in Pittsburgh
Categorized entirely by genre, here’s a look at our roundup of live music venues found around Pittsburgh. Did we get it right?

VERY LOCAL EVENTS: We’re jamming through March 

Here’s a quick look at THREE awesome events we’re throwing this month.

  • 🥧 Pi(e) Squared: Join us Saturday, March 14 for pie from PieBird
  • 🍳 Sunny Side Up Brunch: Brunch returns on Sunday, March 15 @ Eleventh Hour Brewing
  • 🍰 Dessert for Dinner: We’re putting together a prix-fixe six-course experience with Chef Casey Renee on March 28.


This weekend in Pittsburgh:

Friday // March 6

Comedian Joe Kwaczala @ Club Cafe

You might know Joe from Comedy Central or ClickHole. Kwaczala is originally from Pittsburgh, and he returns home for a show at Club Cafe on the South Side. Read more about Joe and his work here.

Saturday // March 7

Pittsburgh Record Night @ Park House

Bring your own records and be the DJ for 30 minutes. [Take a listen to Episode 05 of The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh for more on Pittsburgh Record Night.]

Sunday // March 9

Charter Day with Free Admission @ Bushy Run Battlefield 

In celebration of the 339th birthday of Pennsylvania, Bushy Run Battlefield in Jeanette will be open for free. Tours, activities for the kids and a visit from William Penn are all part of the celebration.

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Lindsay Patross

Lindsay Patross

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

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