A heavy-metal beer festival, a wine room grand opening, and an early-morning family-friendly popcorn bash are just a few of the fun events happening this weekend in Pittsburgh.
Friday, November 4
FEAST: Oiticia’s Brazil at Carnegie Museum of Art
Enjoy an evening of good food and good art at the Carnegie Museum of Art’s FEAST dinner, featuring chef Ana Luiza Trajana of Sao Paulo’s Brasil a Gosto. The meal will coincide with the museum’s Helio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium exhibit. Seats are $250 and can be purchased online.
Saturday, November 5
Brunch with Bluegrass Kitchen at Black Forge Coffee
Allentown’s Black Forge Coffee is hosting Bluegrass Kitchen for brunch starting at 10:00 a.m., featuring vegan and vegetarian crepes, pumpkin carrot ginger soup, fresh-made vegan doughnuts and more. Black Forge Coffee (1206 Arlington Ave.)
Farm to Table Harvest Tasting
Local vendors and farms will be serving up tasty bites and samples at Farm to Table Pittsburgh’s Farm to Table Harvest Tasting at the Produce Terminal in the Strip District. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Find out more information here.
Knob Hall Winery Tasting Room Grand Opening Party
Pittsburgh’s Knob Hall Winery is opening a new tasting room in Shadyside, and they’re hosting a wine-tasting party on Saturday. Stop in from noon to 10:00 p.m. for wine samples and live music. For more information, visit their event page.
Trash Your Popcorn at Row House Cinema
Head out to the movies on Saturday morning for a showing of Looney Tunes cartoons and Charlie Chaplin shorts, plus a candy bar with lots of after-Halloween treats to top your popcorn with. Tickets are $9 per person, and more info can be found online.
Sunday, November 6
Brewtal Beer Fest at Spirit
A heavy metal music festival + lots of beer gets you the Brewtal Beer Fest at Spirit. Lots of breweries will be serving drafts while metal bands perform all day. Tickets start at $36 and more information is available online.