Whether you’re looking for a great restaurant or bar, a fascinating view into Pittsburgh’s local history, or a local shop, the EastShore has you covered.
On this page we will be featuring the EastShore’s premier restaurants, attractions, and points of interest. Come join us as we explore a new side of Pittsburgh.
Braddock’s Battlefield History Center commemorates one of the most famous military engagements in the history of Colonial America, the Battle of the Monongahela, or “Braddock’s Defeat” on July 9, 1755read more
The Wilkins School Comunity Center is a 501C3 nonprofit organization that has been vital space in the heart of Regent Square for 30 years. MEET - A a hard-working board of directors and diligent volunteers help maintain the building and grounds, implement programming...read more
Over the last 38 years, Dino and Cindy DiFlavio have created a small dynasty in Regent Square (the neighborhood made up of Swissvale, Edgewood, Wilkinsburg and the City of Pittsburgh) by hard-work and some well-timed opportunities. The first...read more
Andrew Carnegie’s first library was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2012 when the library was 123 years old. Today, it is a thriving and integral part of the neighborhoods it serves (Braddock, North Braddock, East Pittsburgh, Turtle Creek and Chalfant). The...read more
The Carnegie Free Library of Swissvale turned 101 in 2018 and is truly an EastShore destination point! Don’t get the age confused with an old library. Swissvale Library has WiFi and is equipped with seven public computers along with other services and amenities such...read more
Few people wear as many hats as Deneen Swartzwelder. The mother of two not only owns her own cleaning business, but also runs the kitchen at GoodFellas Restaurant & Tavern. And on top of all that, she is a third term mayor of Swissvale. Swartzwelder decided she...read more
As we start the tour of Grand View Golf Club in North Braddock, my guide North Braddock native and former state representative Tom Michlovic sweeps his hand over the precisely trimmed greens and fairways of the first hole. “All this,” he says “used to be a 50 foot...read more