Frankstown Road has a cluster of restaurants, but Penn Hills has eateries scattered throughout its communities. Local restaurants serve everything from pizza and wings to sushi and falafel. Visit Tsuki Japanese for a sushi and sashimi combo or one of its famous sweet potato rolls. Tasty N Healthy, located in the Penn Hills Shopping Center, has authentic Mediterranean food. Start your meal with the stuffed grape leaves, order a sandwich or gyro as your main dish and finish up with one of the restaurant's delectable desserts. Verona Village Inn serves generous portions of authentic Italian food. Try the chicken romano, a dish featuring chicken battered with egg, Romano cheese and herbs.
Penn Hills has a few neighborhood bars, but residents typically go to downtown Pittsburgh and other neighborhoods if they want to visit night clubs or live music venues. Stop by Carl's Tavern to take advantage of one of the bar's frequent drink specials. If you're looking for a good dive bar, visit the Hula Bar in Verona. The Hula Bar has 30 beers on tap and has a full menu in case you get the munchies.
Head to South Side or the Strip District
to visit your favorite dance club. South Side has Diesel Club Lounge, a night club and music venue all in one. The trendy club has a young crowd and plenty of room for dancing. Cavo, located in the Strip District, mimics the look of an underground club with its exposed brick. Stop by for salsa night or go to Cavo to celebrate your favorite holiday. The club often holds themed events for Halloween and other special occasions.
Penn Hills residents also have their choice of music venues. Rusted Root once performed at Moondog's Pub, a local institution with live music and cold drinks. The Space Upstairs holds art, music and dance performances. Visit the venue to see a jazz performance or check out work by a new artist.