Pittsburgh is one of my favorite cities, and Pittsburgh’s South Side is one of my favorite places to go when visiting Pittsburgh. This is the Carson Street corridor. Many of you are not familiar with Pittsburgh and shy away from its confusing streets. But most of you are familiar with Station Square, which is located at the Smithfield Street Bridge and Carson Street. Just keep driving southeast on Carson Street past Station Square. You don’t have to drive very far to reach this eclectic neighborhood of head shops, funky clothing stores, and old bookstores. It is closed in; it is claustrophobic; and it is old Pittsburgh. It has been resistant to gentrification succeeding in “keeping it real.”
"Northeast Ohio" and "Western Pennsylvania" serve as the foodie geography of Youngstown. So, I'm not the only one who thinks Cleveburgh makes sense.