OTB (Over The Bar) Bicycle Café offers Pittsburgh’s outdoor enthusiasts a friendly, fun place to have great food and drinks in a unique bicycle-themed environment.The creative and fun atmosphere includes bicycle murals, sculptures and decorations made from re-used bike parts, many of which came from FreeRide. Even the toilet paper dispensers are made from old bike parts. Bike Pittsburgh has also added some wall decorations, providing the cafe with BikeFest posters and wall-worthy version of the Pittsburgh Bike Map.
Come in and try some of our most popular dishes such as the surprisingly delightful Dirt Rag Delight (burger smothered in peanut butter), the delicious Spoke Junkie (cheese filled and rolled zucchini appetizer), or the Venture Outdoors favorite, Pedal Paddle Panini (a tomato, basil, roasted red pepper and buffalo mozzarella Panini).
With its location on East Carson Street, merely 1 block from the South Side Works trailhead along the Great Allegheny Passage (Pittsburgh to DC trail), the OTB Bicycle Café is the ideal stop after spending the day enjoying this South Side Riverfront Trail.
Thanks to our fans for voting our Blissful Bicyclist Bisque [Roasted poblano and corn bisque] Best Vegetarian Soup and Runner Up for best overall soup!
REVERSE Keg Ride 2010:
Click here for event page at East End Brewing
Once again, that crisp Fall air means that the end of Pedal Pale Ale Season is drawing near. As you may have heard, back in May about 700 of our GOOD FRIENDS came out to help deliver the first Pedal Pale Ale kegs of the season at our annual PEDAL PALE ALE KEG RIDE, and raised over $5,200 for charity at the same time! And just like last year, we need to get the last of this year’s empty Pedal Pale Ale kegs back to the brewery… which in my book is the perfect excuse for another bike ride!
Saturday, November 6th. rain or shine.
Breakfast and Check-in at 9:00am
Depart at 10:00, arrive at 11:00-11:30am
Cost: $15 for pre-registration (on-line), $20 for Day-of-ride registration.
Register by clicking here
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