Deutschtown is nestled between Allegheny Commons Park and Interstate 279, and is one of the closest neighborhoods to downtown Pittsburgh. Businesses on Deutschtown’s main street and interspersed throughout the neighborhood include restaurants & bars, grocery and hardware stores, clothing boutiques, a post office, a gift shop, banks, salons, a bakery… and the list goes on! Learn more about the businesses you’ll find in our neighborhood.
You may even consider opening up shop here yourself! You can learn more about that, too! Deutschtown plays host to special events and festivities, drawing crowds from throughout the city of Pittsburgh and its surrounding suburbs – Pumpkinfest, the Deutschtown Music Festival and the German Parade & Car Show to name a few. We host one of the city’s best farmer’s markets every Friday (May – Oct). in Allegheny Commons Park. Our neighborhood is within walking distance are The Andy Warhol Museum, Children’s Museum, National Aviary, and two professional sports stadiums. The nearby Allegheny River is home to outdoor recreation from kayaking to biking and special events. Residents can walk or take a 5-minute bus ride into downtown, and the neighborhood enjoys easy access to and from a number of Pittsburgh’s major highways. Learn more about playing in Deutschtown!
The East Allegheny Community Council works diligently to improve the quality of life for Deutschtown’s residents by encouraging restoration and preservation of our housing stock; organizing and supporting social, cultural, educational and charitable programs and events; and promoting public safety, enforcement of city ordinances and performance of city services in our neighborhood. Learn more about living in Deutschtown!
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