No matter how you got here, no matter where you’re from, we have afew things in common—the obvious being, we’re all furries, and we allneed to eat!Last year, we premiered the Anthrocon Dining Guide. We’ve listenedto your suggestions and have implemented as many as possible. So, tosurvive in this jungle of iron and steel we present to you:
The Anthrocon 2008 Pittsburgh Urban Jungle Survival Guide!
Now before we sign off here, there are a few things we need to warn you about:1.Downtown Pittsburgh keeps strange hours. We highly recommendthat you call a restaurant before you venture off.2.A guide to Station Square is provided at the end of this booklet.Located about a mile south of the DLCC, it is easily accessible via thePittsburgh subway system, also known as “the T.”3.Don’t say we didn’t warn you about operating hours, because we
This Jungle Survival Guide also contains a directory of Pittsburgh’sinfamous—wait, it’s not evil—
some food.—The Anthrocon Publications Staff
The Strip DistrictIntroduction
One of the joys of having Anthrocon in the David L. Lawrence ConventionCenter is the proximity to Pittsburgh’s diverse cultural district, morecommonly called “The Strip.”
you miss those “interesting” places that you used to wander to inPhiladelphia, we dare you to go exploring this urban jungle and stopat one of the sidewalk restaurants. Keep in mind, some only take cash,but everything is fresh (and so much better for you than that doublecheeseburger you were going to get from a fast-food chain).
Station Square Map
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