What's a good inexpensive place to eat in Pittsburgh?
I am visiting the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. I need a close place to eat lunch and dinner on a very limited budget. I love ethnic foods, Thai, Indian, Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Greek as well as American cuisine. I am willing to travel up to 20 minutes away from the Art Institute.
I would also like the name of a bakery, ice cream parlor, or other place to have a nice dessert. No Starbucks, no bars, please.
I would like to spend no more than $6-8 for lunch, $10-12 for dinner and $6-8 for dessert.
Thank you for your help!
AIP is downtown so there are quite a number of places to eat there. None that are really good but there ware some places to . If you like hotdogs, there's a small place near the AIP called weiner world, make nice chili dogs. If you're wiiling to splurge there is a ruth chris's down by PPG place. If you can travel to Oakland, which is about 10-15 minutes away, on forbes avenue there is a quaker stake and lube, Primanti Bros and The "O". Primantis is the local fav and well known restaurant for it's unusal sandwiches. Some are good, some are bad. The "O" is for really tight budgets. They're hot dogs are well known but stay away from the pizzas. And don;t go there late at night. About 5 or 6 blocks from the O and primantis is a place called spice island tea house, very tasty treats and good food. Might be a bit out of your range but very well worth it. It's on Oakland avenue
ART help? please!? I tried to answer but i cant answer these questions?
2. This is the name of Calder's largest mobile. (1 point)
The National Mobile
The International Mobile
The Flying Mobile
The Pennsylvania Mobile
3. This group of artists inspired the Great Wall of Los Angeles. (1 point)
South American muralists
4. This is one subject that the Great Wall depicts. (1 point)
the Civil War
the struggle for civil rights
5. The Great Wall is this type of public artwork. (1 point)
Dude people come here to answer questions so dont be a freakin jerk
these are all right number 1 is c
In what area of Chicago should I book my hotel to be close to these places?
I've been searching the major travel sites for hotels, but there are so many different areas within Chicago from which to choose, and I don't want to end up getting a hotel far from the places on my itinerary.
It's rather confusing to someone who isn't familiar with the area.
Safety is our main concern, so I'd like to know which hotels offer safe, convenient parking at little or no cost.
We are a young couple, so we're looking for a budget hotel and aren't concerned with luxury since we will barely be there anyways. I just want a clean, safe room with a decent shower (hotel showers always suck).
These are some of the places we'll be visiting, so let me know what area I should look for:
Lincoln Park Zoo
The Cheescake Factory
Bachelors Grove Cemetery
Mexican Fine Arts Center
Whoa I have no idea why people are saying to stay on the Mag Mile. Thats wayyy expensive. I work in one of those stores you're wanting to go to hah thats funny, but yeah stay somewhere north of Michigan Ave. I.E. Lincoln Park, Lakeview. If you say somewhere on Clark St you can take the 22 or the 36 bus to any of the places downtown for 2 bucks a peice. So thats not so bad. Also you can get weekend public trans passes for like 12 dollars if you're going to be going around a lot. Its worth it. You can buy them at any Dominicks or Currency Exchange, And if you stay in Lakeview there is a currency exchange pretty much on the corner of Clark and Belmont.
Is this first piece of art any good?
This is my first piece. It is a skull from the mexican day of the dead. Please take a look and tell me if it is good and good enough to sell? Here is the link : http://tinypic.com/r/b4ym0z/7
It's actually a very good start. I'd recommend you add more to it. These art pieces are generally very ornate. Also, use a lot more solid black. You have a lot of outlined segments, but not much solid areas. I think if you continue the way you are going, it can be a very nice piece.
for some examples.
What should I make for this topic?
I have a project over immigration, and what should i make for the art part of it? I want something creative, not just a model with the U.S. and Mexican border with people crawling over the fence. Can anyone help? I'm not creative at all. =[
Well you could show different ways people immigrate to America, boat, train, etc. That would be really cool. You draw/make an ocean, and then make a boat, then you can have land and people running up it. Or, I don't know what your thought of art is but drama is an art, maybe you could do a little skit about immigration. I hope this gives you a jump start on creativity, and I'm sure your very creative, you've just got to take the time to think about it and make it your own, whether or not you use one of my ideas, that's up to you. No matter who's idea you pick in the answers before and after mine (if any) it will be your own creativeness that is put into your project, because it's your interpretation on what it looks like and we may have a different one. Every ones creative in there own little way so don't put yourself down. Good Luck!
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