Now, there are five locations across Pittsburgh. Service takes a little longer than some of the other breakfast joints in town, and it can sometimes be hard to find a server. You are commenting using your WordPress.
On a spring Thursday morning we found ourselves visiting a few stores in the Strip District. I would not have made that suggestion on the weekends or in prime breakfast or lunch times, but at 11AM on a Thursday I was sure it was a good idea. Our two block walk up Penn Ave to 21st street began.
Pamela has lectured across the country to various corporations demonstrating to their female employees the correct make-up for a corporate environment, and discussing health and skin care issues. She has taught hundreds of students the art of make-up and skin care. From modeling, to the beauty counter, to charity events, she has taught thousands. This is where you will receive the best skin care treatment you will ever have.
Checkerboard floors, red-and-silver stools, chrome counters and the smell of fresh coffee kept warm all afternoon — these are just some of the perks customers expect from a great American diner. Tom Donaldson is a street vender who has a table full of handmade jewelry for sale set up in front of Penn Ave. He spends his days directing indecisive vistors looking for a top-notch breakfast.
This cash only establishment has the best homefries in town! The unbelievable pancakes and paper thin crepes make the breakfast experience worth the wait! Pamela's is a popular establishment in Pittsburgh and has several locations including: Shadyside, Oakland, the Strip District and Squirrel Hill.
I enjoy the one on the Strip 60 21st St. In Pittsburghese, to loaf is to hang out. Flo steered me to the strawberry hotcakes and freshly squeezed lemonade.
It is "treasured" and is considered to be in the "pantheon of pancake purveyors. Both educated as teachers, the business partners handle different tasks, Klingensmith with the more business end and Cohen as "the culinary artist. Later that year, during the G Pittsburgh summit, President Obama expressed dismay that he was unable to return to Pamela's Diner during that trip, but First Lady Michelle Obama did visit.