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The Oakland Open, a mini golf course installed by the Pittsburgh Innovation District on Oakland Avenue, is intended to generate business for local eateries and restaurants.

Pittsburgh Innovation District brings mini golf to Oakland

By Anna Ligorio, Senior Staff Writer April 2, 2021
Located on the intersection of Forbes and Oakland avenues, the mini golf course, called the Oakland Open, sits in between an assortment of local businesses such as Fuku Tea, Stack’d and Fuel and Fuddle.
Pamela’s, a diner on Forbes Avenue in Oakland, is a favorite spot for Pitt students.

Staff Picks: Our favorite local restaurants

By The Pitt News Staff July 20, 2020
To showcase local restaurants, here are the top places you’ll find us eating once we’re back on campus.
Oakland Avenue between Sennott Square and Forbes Avenue shut down on June 8 in order to provide outdoor seating space for the surrounding restaurants.

Oakland Avenue offering open-air dining through end of September

By Charlie Taylor, Culture Editor July 8, 2020
Brandon Smith, the co-owner of Fuel and Fuddle, said the outdoor dining area opened June 12 and has seating for customers of his own restaurant and the neighboring Stack’d, as well as a common area where anyone can sit. Oakland Avenue will remain closed for outdoor dining until Sept. 30, according to Smith.
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