Running the length of the mount, Grandview Avenue provides unique vantage points of Pittsburgh's beautiful skyline. "Restaurant Row" boasts stunning views coupled with elegant, fine dining. Pull yourself away from the view on Shiloh Street for delicious ice cream, yummy baked goods, ice cold beer and bountiful breakfasts.
We rode the Duquesne incline up to Mt. Washington and walked the mile down to the Monongahela incline. Mt. Washington is truly a beautiful part of the city, we enjoyed walking down the street, checking out the unique and stunning houses. Mount Washington is a must when visiting Pittsburgh, with stunning views and good food.
By 1876, the name had been changed to Mount Washington, and a year later, the view of the City of Pittsburgh was first drawn from Mount Washington. Many photos of the Pittsburgh skyline are from Mount Washington, due to the elevation of the hill overlooking the river valley and Downtown Pittsburgh below. Inclines
Mount Washington is located on a hilltop directly south of the city of Pittsburgh. The generally accepted boundaries are Route 19 to the south and Grandview Avenue to the north (marking the ends of the hill on the bottom and top respectively), and Hallock Street to the west and Warrington Avenue to the east.
Mt. Washington is super walkable, and filled with interesting sites and green space. Emerald View Park connects three historic Pittsburgh parks: Olympia Park, Mount Washington Park and Grandview Park. Each offer lots of hiking opportunities, dog parks, playgrounds and spectacular views. Be sure to stop by the hidden gem that is Jim West's Point ...
Mount Washington not only boasts incredible views, there are lots of Mt. Washington restaurants on what many dub “restaurant row.” There’s the traditional LeMont, Vue 412 serving American fare and splendid seafood dishes at the Monterey Bay Fish Grotto.
Mount Washington, located on the south side of Pittsburgh, was rated the most beautiful vista in Amercia by USA Weekend. Known for it’s breathtaking views of the Pittsburgh skyline and it’s inclines, the Duquesne and Monongahela (the oldest continuous inclines operating in the world), Mount Washington is one of the most popular gathering places for Pittsburghers and visitors alike.
Discover Mt. Washington Panoramic vistas and culinary delights await diners atop Pittsburgh’s famed Mt. Washington, which sits just south of the Monongahela River. This neighborhood’s aptly named Grandview Avenue is home to several eateries boasting innovative dishes prepared with fresh Pennsylvanian ingredients like Amish chicken and baked ...
Mount Washington is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's south city area. It has a Zip Code of 15211 and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by both the council members for District 3 (Central South Neighborhoods) and District 2 (West Neighborhoods).
Mount Washington Overlook. Pittsburgh, PA 15204. Region: Pittsburgh & Its Countryside. View Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle from this 450-foot high hill. Take the Duquesne Incline or Monongahela Incline to observation decks and restaurant area.