3 Pittsburgh Bars to Cheer on the Black and Gold

Rob Rossi, senior writer at The Athletic, watches the games at these Pittsburgh bars to cheer on the home team in good company. 


2328 E. Carson Street
A great old-school bar that always has the local pro and college games on its televisions. Come for the chill vibe, stay for the excellent wings — because everybody knows great wings make for a better sports-watching experience. 

31 Sports Bar & Grille

1020 Washington Pike, Bridgeville
A lot of room, which is critical if you’re with a group and looking to catch a game. Plus, sneaky-good grub. Bonus points because it’s owned and operated by a former championship Pittsburgh athlete, ex-Penguins goalie Ken Wregget. 

All Star Sports Bar & Grille

Robinson and Canonsburg
A good-many (big) screens make this spot perfect for any game. Menu options are plentiful. And it scores high for showing soccer matches, which are tough to find in the area. 

Story by Rob Rossi 

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