Taste Delicious Soup By A 1,000-Square Foot Ice House At Cool Down For Warmth In Pittsburgh
Mother Nature certainly is keeping us on our toes this winter, giving us record-breaking warm temperatures. However, we all know that bitterly cold days still await us. Those days mean a roaring fire in the fireplace, if we have one, or the furnace running to keep us warm. Not all Pittsburghers, however, can afford to heat their homes. Sample delicious soup from area restaurants and step into a 1,000-foot house carved of ice at Cool Down For Warmth in Pittsburgh, a fundraiser for those who need help with their energy bills.
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Have you been to Cool Down For Warmth in Pittsburgh in previous years? Share your experience in the comments. If you like a bowl of piping hot, homemade soup, you might want to stop by Eat Unique.