1. Watch a pierogi race at a Bucs game.
2. Ride the Duquesne incline down from Mt. Washington, and take in the city’s amazing skyline.
3. Eat a Primanti Brothers sandwich in the Strip District or Oakland.
4. Ride the Phantom’s Revenge at Kennywood Park, and grab a funnel cake (with strawberries) to go on the way home.
5. Get hired by Google, work in Bakery Square, lease a condo with Bakery Living, and then maybe meet some friends for drinks at Social later this evening.
6. Sample a selection from a craft brewery in Lawrenceville.
7. Take a selfie next to the Franco Harris statue at the world-renowned Pittsburgh International Airport.
8. Catch a musical at Heinz Hall or the Benedum Center, and then smash a ribeye at Meat and Potatoes afterwards.
9. Pack an entire day with Northside-specific art, and visit the Andy Warhol museum and then walk through the Mexican War Streets to The Mattress Factory and Randyland.
10. Shake Bill Peduto’s hand, and personally thank the mayor for installing so many bike lanes, because riding instead of driving a car allows him to really experience just how amazing — and livable — Pittsburgh truly is.