When it comes to Summer foods, nothing quite says Summer like that of a taco or even better, a margarita. Refreshing, filling, and let’s not forget how damn delicious they are.
Well, have no fear Pittsburghers – this year’s annual Pittsburgh Tacos & Margs Crawl will be held this upcoming Saturday, August 24th from 4-10pm in Pittsburgh’s Historic South Side neighborhood.
Never been to the crawl before? No worries, as we have you covered. First and foremost, as this event will require a ticket to attend (and please, no one under 21 – we know you can get sneaky). Feel free to utilize SlowClix in order to purchase your tickets, then use the Baw Crawl Nation app (located in the App Store) to use as your entry into the event. And that’s not the best part – purchase online to save $10 on your ticket order, rather than having to purchase at the door.
Guests are expected to arrive at 4pm in order to check in, as well as receive a wristband in order to attend the event. But be quick, as check-in/ registration shuts down at 7pm SHARP.
Now, with the technical aspects aside, lets get down to the fun and excitement of the event. With thousands of participants that gather for the event, it is helpful to be somewhat organized before you enter.
For venues that are participating, here is the list in which the venues will start, where you will go from venue to venue:
- Steel Cactus (starting venue)
- Tres Rios PGH
- The Flats on Carson
- Carson City Saloon
- Winghart’s Burger & Whiskey Bar
- Twelve Whiskey Barbecue
- The Local Bar + Kitchen
- Jimmy D’s on Carson
- + more to be announced!
Why so many venues, you might ask? Well, through the Bar Crawl Nation app, each venue will post a special that they are hosting on that day, from food or drink specials.
While this is a drinking and eating event, guests are at their sole discretion with what they would and would not like to eat or drink.
End your summer with a massive fiesta that is sure to bring many smiles, and full/ happy stomachs with this renowned bar crawl!This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.