We Have Tours For All Occasions And Events!
- Birthday Parties
- Bachelor(ette) Parties
- Progressive Dinner Tours
- Ladies Nights
- Art Gallery Tours
- Company Team Building
- Sunday Brunches
- and more!
The Original Pittsburgh Comedy Tour
Our Original Comedy Tour is truly one of a kind. We guarantee you will laugh until it hurts. Our guided tour comes complete with on board entertainment in the form of stand up comedy – on wheels!
Your host will keep you laughing as you pedal through the Pittsburgh streets. Many different comedians and local Pittsburgh talent is showcased on this unique tour.
Come see what all the buzz is about and book yourself or your group on the Pedal Power Tour’s Original Comedy Tour.
Points Of Interest Tour
Our Pittsburgh Point of Interest tour takes you through decades of historical sites and scenes from both present and past Pittsburgh. Come see our great city first hand via this amazing tour that covers such points as the Pennsylvania Railroad, the art deco movement of the 1930’s and 40’s, our amazing historical steel industry and George Washington’s legacy here – to name a few. This tour is a must for our locals who love Pittsburgh and anyone and everyone who visits Pittsburgh and wants to see what our city has to offer. Of course any Pittsburgh Points of Interest Tour would not be complete without covering our Steelers, Pirates and Penguins. Be prepared to see PNC Park first hand and get ready to become more familiar with names like Andrew Carnegie and Andy Warhol. To know Pittsburgh is to love it, and on this tour we will show you why.
We specialize in custom made events for kids. Sports groups, boys and girls clubs, day camps, learning tours and other unique tailor-made opportunities for children to have fun, get exercise and learn new, exciting things. Contact us to find out how we can provide a great program for your children’s next group or event. Sporting teams? What better way celebrate a win than rewarding your team and coaches with a fun tour on the Pedal Power Tours bike? Call us.
Magician David Lawrence will entertain you on your tour with mind blowing close up magic.
No curtains, no trapdoors, no mirrors. Just amazing magic performed right in front of you eyes.
But it doesn’t stop there. David will then teach you tricks that you can do for your friends and family!
Yes……you can do it too. You will receive not only instructions on how to do the tricks but also the materials
to perform them. It’s all a part of your Pedal Power Magic Tour.
See videos of Davids magic here: http://www.dlcmagic.com
*This tour requires 24 hours notice and a $100.00 additional charge to cover magician cost.
Films Of Pittsburgh Tour
What does Bing Crosby’s Angels In The Outfield, Robocop, Silence Of The Lambs, and Advertureland all have in common?
That’s right, they were all filmed here in our great city. Since the early 1900’s Pittsburgh has been a major hub for the film industry.
On this tour, we take you though Pittsburgh and explore the rich history of film in our great city. You will learn about film, hear interesting little known facts about the movie industry, and have a ton of fun.
Dining in Pittsburgh
Our Dining in Pittsburgh Tour takes you on an adventure through Pittsburgh and showcases many great dining experiences our city has to offer. A few points of interest on this tour include:
1 The Cheesecake Factory
The Cheesecake Factory currently operates 80 upscale, casual dining restaurants in 24 states and the District of Columbia under The Cheesecake Factory mark. They feature one of the broadest menu selections in the food services industry with over 200 freshly prepared, high quality menu selections and over 50 delicious deserts including 36 varieties of their famous cheesecake. SouthSide Works has the first Cheesecake Factory Restaurant in the Pittsburgh region!
2 Claddagh Irish Pub
The Claddagh Irish Pub is unlike any other bar or restaurant in Pittsburgh! It offers an authentic Irish environment rich in fun, family and friendship. This is more than just another bar or place to eat. It is a gathering place at the end of the day where you spend time with both friends and family. The pub is a part of every day life in each town or village throughout Ireland. The Claddagh Irish Pub brings this atmosphere to Pittsburgh.
Did you know? The Claddagh ring is a traditional Irish ring given which represents love, loyalty, and friendship – the hands represent friendship; the heart represents love and the crown represents loyalty.
Hofbrauhaus features genuine Bavarian Cuisine, American favorites and world famous beers from the Royal Brewery in Munich. Hofbrauhaus can seat 1,100 people and is modeled after Munich’s Hofbrauhaus, which was established in 1589. Hofbrauhaus, located in SouthSide Works, is one of three in the entire United States. You must try the soft pretzels and Hofbräuhaus’ signature “bier cheese.”
4 Mccormick and Schmicks
The menu at McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant is printed twice daily and features more than 30 varieties of fresh fish and seafood locally to being flown in from around the globe. Other menu highlights include tempting pasta, poultry and beef specialties to tempt any palette.
Emilianos, Pittsburgh, has served the city ans surrounding areas Since 2007, Emiliano’sboasts about their authentic Mexican food and the “best Margaritas.” Customers agree. Family owned and operated, Emilianos is warm and inviting and perfect for the entire family. If you are craving authentic Mexican dishes without the expensive prices, come over to Emiliano’s and experience the true Mexican dining experience!
6 Waffles Incaffinated
The humble waffle is no longer just a truck-stop wallflower. The brunch-style menu includes everything from the Megaberry which features a waffle stuffed with blueberries, raspberries and topped with more berries and vanilla-bean syrup, whipped cream and a berry-reduction sauce to the Breakfast Magic witch features a waffle with bacon, cheddar cheese and green onions. It’s topped with a fried egg and garnished with green onions and sour cream on the side. For toppings, there’s traditional maple syrup or a tasty, bourbon-infused variety.
7 Doublewide Grill
A 1930s gas station turned into a bar/restaurant specializing in Bar-B-Q and vegetarian fare. A Pittsburgh-born-and-bred original, offering a large patio voted best for outdoor dining and many big-screen TVs for watching the game. Over 36 draft beers and is the only South Side restaurant that serves extensive beef and pork Bar-B-Que alongside vegetarian and vegan options.
S&S Candy & Cigar Company has been serving the Pittsburgh area since 1965. From the favorite candies of your childhood past to popular new confectioneries they have a ginormous selection to chomp through!
9 Smokin Joes
With 60 beers on tap and over 350 bottled beers, deciding what to drink will be just as hard as deciding what to eat. amazing burgers, sandwiches and ribs. plus great specials like 30 cent wings and 75 cent pork and beef sliders
10 Tiki Lounge
Tiki Lounge is an extreme retro recreation of those high-style Tiki bars which dotted the map in the bygone 1950s and ’60s. Get away from it all in there fantasy tropical village from a far-away place and time. Check out there three water falls, numerous statuary, and meticulous design…not to mention the beautiful employees. Although they do not serve food, the Tiki Lounge definitely deserves a spot on the tour.
11 Fat Heads Saloon
Fat Heads consists of two historic buildings:
—1805 East Carson Street was built in 1874 in the Victorian Italianate style.
—1807 East Carson Street was built around 1870 in the Victorian style, and has been remodeled.
Erected during the reign of Queen Victoria of England (1837-1901), this Victorian Italianate building is based on the style of Italian Renaissance villas. Notice the cast-iron finials rising from the roof; the projecting eave, or overhanging roof edge, with heavy brackets; and the arched window openings accented with decorative detailing and stone.
Fat Head’s, in business since 1992, has more than 50 meals to choose from and is a favorite place for many Pittsburghers and visitors.
In 2010, Fat Head’s Saloon started serving their very own bottled beer for the first time – the Head Hunter brew.
12 Pipers Pub
Brunches at Piper’s Pub, a Carson Street institution for 11 years, are a wonderful Gaelic affair. The restaurant/bar is known for showing football matches from across the pond, and has built a community of ex-pats from England, Ireland and Scotland. Among the offerings is boxty, a traditional Irish dish consisting of a potato pancake wrapped around various goodies.
The biggest seller is the Irish boxty, with the pancake folded over bangers, ham, scrambled eggs and provolone cheese. There’s also a creamed corned beef variant, as well as salmon and veggie options. Traditional hearty Irish and English breakfasts are also available
the largest Scotch collection in Pittsburgh (90 bottles).
Scotch whisky — which derives from the Gaelic for “water of life”
founded in 1933.Its signature items are its sandwiches, which consist of grilled meat, an Italian dressing-based coleslaw, tomato slices, and French fries between two pieces of Italian bread.
The original shop is located in Pittsburgh’s Strip District, a narrow strip of land where the warehouses and produce yards are located. In the 1930s, the Strip was a very busy place. Truckers delivered their goods in the middle of the night and had to get back on the road quickly. So Primanti’s designed their sandwich to be eaten with one hand, while the driver drove the truck with the other. By combining the sides with the sandwich, a Pittsburgh staple was born
14 Pittsburgh Steak Co.
Pittsburgh Steak Company has been offering exceptional food in a warm and inviting atmosphere for over 24 years. Whether you’re looking for great location for a night out with friends, a romantic evening with your significant other, or just an inviting atmosphere for a fantastic meal, Pittsburgh Steak Company has exactly what you need
All you Can Eat Prime Rib – Each and every Monday night, come and enjoy our mouth-watering Prime Rib for only $20.95.
• South Side Steak
• Lins Asian Fusion
• Little Tokyo Bistro
• The Library
• The Pretzel Shop
• Hooka Bookha
• OTB (over the bar)
• Michaels PizzaBar
• Big Dog Coffee
This tour explores the spooky and unexplained parts of our city. This guided tour takes you through disaster alley, pedals by an old brothel that is now a restaurant, stops by the spot where steel magnate Henry Clay Frick’s life was spared by a ghost in what might just be the single most important ghost story ever told. We visit the famously haunted former Allegheny County Jail – where Mrs. Soffel is said to still roam.
Pittsburgh has a rich – and sometimes dark – history. Our city, who’s steel industry built America, is home to many ghosts and things that go bump in the night. Ghost enthusiasts and brave people only need sign up for this tour.
Fitness and Fun Tour
This tour is a great way to get in shape while having a blast. Pedal through Pittsburgh and enjoy the exercise, attention and good times that are synonymous with our party bike adventures. We offer different routes and levels of work-outs, so no matter what shape you are in, we have a tour for you.