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Lions and Tigers and Beers, Oh My!: Social Club August 14


It's Pittsburgh Restaurant Week! Visit one of over 80 participating restaurants now through Sunday for good food, specialty cocktails and possible discounts. But make sure to make a reservation at your favorite participating restaurant or check out a smaller place you've been dying to try.

Want to learn more about the beer your drinking? Then Carnegie Science Center for their 21+ night. The theme for this month is The Science of Beer. Guests can sample beers from 10 local breweries while learning about beer and bubbles.

The Rock All Night Tour (R.A.N.T) is a free multi genre and multi location music festival held in Lawrenceville. The event runs from Saturday at noon to Sunday at 2am. In addition to live music, guests can enjoy food, refreshments and local vendors. 

Satisfy your sweet tooth on Sunday with the 21st annual Sunday Fundae at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. Guests can enjoy all you can eat ice cream while exploring the zoo and the animals who call the pittsburgh zoo & PPG aquarium home. The family friendly event begins at 6:30pm.

See the South Side in a whole new light by attending the 2nd annual South Side Garden Tour. Guests will have the opportunity to take a self-tour of the "secret gardens" of South Side on Sunday from 11am-2pm. 

End your weekend under the stars at Hartood Acres for the Pittsburgh Ballet's Ballet Under the Stars. Guests can enjoy an array of pre-show activities including a food truck rally, music and crafts for the kids beginning at 5pm before dancers take the stage at 7:30pm, all for free. 

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