Join The Fork and The Road on Tuesday, May 8 for a tasty and trivia-filled tour of Pittsburgh. We’ll embark on our journey from the historic Pump House near The Waterfront in Homestead. So many stories to tell about this area! And such rich culinary history, too. Learn about the architectural gems of Homestead and Munhall while enjoying a morning snack in a charming, restored cafe. Next, we’ll investigate the roots of our ‘Burgh dialect all while sipping on some fun (meaning alcohol containing) bubbly beverages and savoring some local nibbles. Then, it’s on to a “dahntahn” treasure for a “wunnerful, wunnerful” vintage Pittsburgh lunch. Before inching back to Homestead, our last stop will be a visit with Eric Meyer at his fabulous new whiskey distillery, where we’ll learn about the start of the Whiskey Rebellion and get to taste his just bottled rye and wheat whiskey. This is a real treat. The tour leaves at 9AM and returns at 4PM, and is $125 per person, which includes all food, beverages and transportation. Tour is limited to 18 people so sign up early. Please email email@example.com or call 412.576.1755 to make your reservations or for more information.