Walk Your World in Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh is famously known as an old steel mill town filled with sports lovers, but at its root, the second-largest city in Pennsylvania offers a truly unique American experience.  The confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers form to create the Ohio River at the heart of the city and with all those rivers, the residents of Pittsburgh are bound to need a bridge or two.  Also known as the “City of Bridges”, Pittsburgh doesn’t disappoint, its 446 bridges only make it’s city skyline that much more breathtaking.



We were lucky enough to visit Little’s Shoe Store located in the charming town of Squirrel Hill.  This family owned business puts a huge emphasis on FAMILY!  In fact, it’s not surprising to see staff family members drop by for a visit throughout the day.  Kids and grandkids make their presences known and each of Little’s employees treat them like their own.  And when you stop into Little’s, they’ll treat you as family too!  With an excellent selection of Men’s, Women’s and Children’s shoes, Little’s is a destination where you’re bound to find what you’re looking for and guaranteed to have a good time while you shop.  The staff at Little’s easily strikes up lifelong friendship with their customers which makes the work day pretty fun.  The personal relationship created on the sales floor, the large selection of styles, fair prices and the excellent customer service makes Little’s a place you must visit during your shopping excursions.



When traveling through Pittsburgh, grab a delicious burger from one of the many awesome burger joints; stop by Page’s Dairy Mart, a historic staple with pretty amazing ice cream and frozen treats; be sure to check out the views among Mount Washington, a great spot to see all three rivers come together or visit one of Pittsburgh’s many museums, including the Andy Warhol Museum or the Carnegie Museum of Art.  With excellent shopping, pretty amazing burgers, a great place to catch a game and the friendly people with their charming local dialect, Pittsburgh is an awesome place to visit!




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