I hope you all are staying home, staying safe and staying well. There are many ways we can continue to be a part of our community and enjoy what Pittsburgh has to offer, even from a distance. Check out these options, and always stay tuned local resources like the Allegheny County Health Department for the latest information and updates.
Altus is offering in home personal training with workouts sent directly to your phone.
Enjoy live, online, private Pilates classes from Moxie Mind & Body Studio.
Virtual Yoga with Inhale Pittsburgh offers $5 video yoga classes or a $20 weekly membership for on-demand, live stream yoga and meditation classes.
Om Lounge is offering daily live stream classes for $12/month.
The Greater Pittsburgh YMCA offers free live group training, at home workouts and more online.
Enjoy a variety of classes from Pittsburgh favorite Amazing Yoga online with a 14 day free trial ($14.99/month for access after that).
Pittsburgh’s Amazing Books and Records offers free custom book recommendations, buy three titles from their online inventory and they will include a fourth book in a similar style free.
Boutique le Passerelle has select merchandise and gift cards available online along with sales promoted via social media (free shipping).
Market Square’s Fresh Nostalgia offering free shipping on all orders.
Treat yourself to a timeless bag and shop online with 25% off at Moop.
Wear your Pittsburgh pride on your sleeve at shop Steel City tees online and enjoy 20% off.
Pick up a seasonal favorite, the Gobblerito, at MadMex and get a $10 Growler fill up too.
Sinful Sweets will deliver you a treat through standard shipping, Grubub, UberEats, Door Dash and curbside pickup. Check out Groupon for deals.
Alla Famiglia is offering takeout and even catering options (with notice).
Pick up dinner and drinks from Blue North.
Chantal’s Cheese Shop has a full selection of cheese and other specialty foods plus grilled cheese sandwiches for take-out. Free delivery over $30 and an optional $5 service charge that will be donated to 412-Food Rescue.
Pittsburgh Bottleshop is open for take-out or delivery, has new family style meal offerings, and is offering free kid’s lunches.
Muddy Water Oyster Bar has their full menu available for take-out and delivery plus family dinner options.
Industry Public House has takeout specials as well as mixed six pack and growler fill ups.
Lola Bistro in the North Side offers a limited menu for pick up and free buttered noodles for kids.
Streets on Carson has takeout and in-house delivery available for their full menu (free within the South Side) plus a 20% discount for service industry professionals.
Confections by Casey Renee in Swissvale is offering a Chef’s Choice Cookie Box 10% off and other fresh bread and cookies available for pick up.
Threadbare Cider and Mead is offering a drive-through pizza and cider special Thursday through Saturday.
**Check out this article from Pittsburgh Magazine on more restaurants offering takeout and delivery**
Check out the Heinz History Center’s virtual exhibitions.
The Pittsburgh Children’s Museum offers new ideas for entertaining kids at home daily.
The National Aviary has added some exclusive online content to help support learning at home.
The Pittsburgh Public Theater hosts Play Time, a new online reading series, Thursdays and Fridays at 7:00 PM.
Enjoy the Frick’s virtual tours and kid friendly activities.
The Carnegie Science Center posts three new things to read, watch, and do every day at 8:00 AM.
Visit Pittsburgh has printable Pittsburgh themed coloring sheets.
On Friday, March 27 you can listen to artist Gia Fagnelli’s talk with Creative Mornings Pittsburgh via live livestream.
Thursday, March 26 you can attend The Incline’s virtual Haiku Happiness Party from 7:00 -8:00PM.
Consider donating, if you are able, to local museums like the Frick so they can continue to operate as usual despite the impact of extended closures.
The Pittsburgh Virtual Tip Jar was designed by CMU assistant professor, Danielle M. Wenner, to help support local service industry workers who are facing unemployment due to COVID-19 driven closures.
The Greater Pittsburgh Restaurant Workers Mutual Aid facebook group provides resources for restaurant workers in the area during the pandemic.
The PGH Artists Emergency Fund assists local artists who have lost their main source of income due to COVID-19.
Support the Homeless Children’s Education Fund which serves a population significantly impacted by school closures.
Donate to the Western PA Diaper Bank.
Check in on a “Senior Buddy” in the east end of Pittsburgh.