Experience Over 145 Years Of History When You Visit The Old-School Restaurant In Pittsburgh
Arguably one of the busiest spots in town, Market Square is the place to go to sit and relax midday, to shop at Christmastime, and to grab a bite to eat from one of the eclectic eateries. The Original Oyster House, an old-school restaurant in Pittsburgh, is the cornerstone of the square, feeding Pittsburghers for nearly a century and a half.
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What’s your favorite old-school restaurant in Pittsburgh? Join the conversation in the comments! If you like exploring historic spots, drive to the oldest covered bridge in the area. Erskine Covered Bridge in West Alexander, in fact, dates back to 1845.