The Epic Outdoor Food Fest In Pittsburgh You Simply Cannot Miss
Summer means the arrival of the festival season. From community festivals to church fairs, Pittsburgh promises something to do just about every day during the steaming summer months. Perhaps the most recognizable outdoor food fest in Pittsburgh, Bloomfield Little Italy Days is also a celebration of all things Italian.
Soak up the sights, sounds, and scrumptious smells of the annual Bloomfield Little Italy Days, a four-day long festival that became a Pittsburgh tradition in 2002.
Indulge in some of the best authentic Italian food from the dozens of vendors that fill Bloomfield's streets in mid-August.
Stock up on fresh homemade bread from vendors, such as Mediterra Bakehouse, and...
Fresh fruits and vegetables from participating area farms.
Enjoy a hot Italian sausage sandwich or a piping hot slice of pizza or simply go right for the sweets.
Bloomfield Little Italy Days attracts some of the most well-known bakeries in the area like Moio's (pictured below). You'll also find plenty of non-Italian favorites like pierogies and funnel cakes.
Grab your scrumptious food and find a seat at one of the many tables dotted through the streets. While the star of the show may be the food, Little Italy Days also boasts a plethora of activities, including...
A lively Bocce tournament.
Kick up your heels and dance to such live entertainment as the Jersey Four. Or warm up your vocal chords and enter Bloomfield's very own Italian Idol.
Compete for the title of Miss Little Italy or watch the competition that is open to various age groups.
Bloomfield Little Italy Days returns to Pittsburgh Thursday, August 17 through Sunday, August 20, 2017.
Bloomfield Little Italy Days
2549 Penn Avenue Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Click here for more information.
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