Pittsburgh August 27, 2017
Pittsburgh’s Scrumptious Pierogi Festival Is What Dreams Are Made Of
Usher in autumn in perhaps the best way possible. Riding the Jack Rabbit, the Racer, and the Thunderbolt after indulging in what just might be one of Pittsburgh’s favorite foods: Pierogies. Yep. It’s that time of the year again. Pittsburgh’s Pierogi Festival is gearing up for a fantastic fall celebration.
Dig into some of the area's best pierorgies at the annual Pittsburgh Pierogi Festival, slated for Sunday, September 24, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Work up an appetite as you ride Kennywood's most popular attractions, including the Jack Rabbit, the Merry-Go-Round, and the Turtle. (Limited rides will be open.)
Snap a selfie with the pierogi characters as they roam the park.
The Pittsburgh Pierogi Festival promises plenty of contests, family-friendly activities, and even a market where you can buy all sorts of pieorgi and Pittsburgh-related items.
The star of the event, however, is the pierogi itself. Treat yourself to pierogies from some of Pittsburgh's favorite spots, including S&D Polish Deli, Gosia's Pierogies, the Pittsburgh Pierogi Truck, and Forgotten Taste PIeorgies.
Expect more than traditional pierogies by trying other favorites, such as pierogi waffles from the Coop Chicken & Waffles and traditional Polish pizza from Superior Motors.
Wash all those scrumptious foods down with Turners Ice Tea. Adults 21 and over can visit the beer garden by Voodoo Brewery.
Tickets for Pittsburgh's Pierogi Festival cost $24 dollars for guests 13 and older and $12 for children between three and 12 years old. Food and drinks are
not included in the ticket price.
4800 Kennywood Boulevard
West Mifflin, PA 15122
Click here for more information.
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