My favorite local brew pub

Hi guys! Hope you all had a great start to your week.

Today I did my usual Tuesday tasks. I cleaned my house, planned out some Born to Be things, and I went to happy hour with my father-in-law. For the past year, every Tuesday my fiance and I spend Tuesday afternoon with his father. We travel all around the greater Pittsburgh area finding the best pub grub.

This week we headed back to my favorite local brew pub, Spoonwood Brewing right by Bethel Park. From their unique smaller batch brews to their coal fired pizza, there is nothing to not like here.

I started the evening with my favorite brew, Smoke and Oats. It smells like a camp fire, but the smokey flavor brings me back for more each time.

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Every Tuesday they have a pizza special, so this week Ethan and I decided to have the Wake & Bake Pizza again. The pizza is so savory with a over easy egg on top, sausage, and bacon. It is so hard to pass this pie up.

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After dinner, I had a night cap beer that truly tasted like dessert. I picked Van Damsel which tasted eerily similar to banana bread, and smelled like it too. As a whole, Spoonwood is one of the best places to eat and drink in the Pittsburgh area. The staff is always welcoming, the food always feels like home, and you can’t pass up their impeccable, unique brews.

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If you are in the Pittsburgh area, have you tried Spoonwood out? What are your favorite places to eat in Pittsburgh?

As always,

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