10. Pittsburgh’s Little Italy is anything but
More popularly referred to as Bloomfield, this neighborhood’s Italian roots are long gone. But you’ll definitely stumble across some rad Thai food.
11. Housing is SO CHEAP
Don’t be surprised if you hear someone complaining about how their two-bedroom apartment just increased from $550 to $600 a month. Most of us don’t know how lucky we really are.
12. Jitneys, Pittsburgh’s slightly illegal answer to ride sharing
If you ever find yourself in a public place seeming the least bit lost, there’s a good chance a car will pull up and inquire “Jitney?” Chances are, nothing bad will happen if you get in, but use caution. And always ask for a price up front.
13. Hailing a cab is not a thing here
And even if it were, taxis are a nightmare in Pittsburgh, best to stick to your rideshare apps.