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The Best Hangover Cures in Pittsburgh

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Uh oh: did you go out in Pittsburgh last night (maybe hitting the bars on Carson Street or in Shadyside) and now you’re feeling it in the morning? Or maybe you had a few too many Bloody Marys at brunch and now you’re looking for something to help soak them up.

No worries! We’ve rounded up all of the best hangover cures in Pittsburgh that will help you feel 100% again ASAP, and we’ve broken them down into three categories: big breakfasts, nutrient-packed juices, and classic burgers and fries.

The Best Hangover Cures in Pittsburgh

Big Breakfasts

The Dor-Stop Restaurant Best Hangover Cures in Pittsburgh

The Dor-Stop Restaurant

Dormont staple The Dor-Stop Restaurant has been serving up filling, restoring breakfasts since 1986, and where would we be after a night out without a plate full of rich, savory goodness?! We recommend ordering the Italian Jumbot, the Food Network-approved scrambled egg dish with hot sausage, potatoes, cheddar cheese, onions, green peppers, tomatoes, and jalapenos.

Monday | 8:00am–1:00pm
Tuesday–Wednesday | Closed
Thursday–Friday | 8:00am–1:00pm
Saturday–Sunday | 8:00am–2:00pm

📍 1430 Potomac Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15216

Kelly O's Diner Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

Kelly O's Diner

Kelly O’s is a beloved Strip District diner with a menu full of sweet and savory breakfast dishes to get you back on your feet quickly after a long night out. We recommend Seana’s Favorite, which includes a bit of everything: two eggs cooked to your liking, two meats (bacon, sausage patties, sausage links, or turkey sausage links), and two sweets – either buttermilk pancakes or slices of Italian French toast.

Monday–Saturday | 6:00am–2:00pm
Sunday | 7:00am–2:00p

📍 100 24th Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Pittsburgh Juice Company Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Juice Company

Pittsburgh Juice Company’s fresh-made juices are organic, raw, and artisanal, making them one of the best ways to help your body recover after drinking. Full-size juices, shots, thoughtfully-designed juice programs and even fermented kombucha are available to help you reset. The best part? They’ll even deliver to you (within 25 miles of their Lawrenceville headquarters) so you can stay comfy and rest up at home!

Monday–Friday | 7:00am–5:00pm
Saturday–Sunday | 9:00am–5:00pm

📍 3418 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Live Fresh Juicery Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

Live Fresh Juicery

Located in Homestead and newly in the North Side, Live Fresh Juicery’s cold-pressed juices are nutrient-dense and ultra-fresh. Pick up one or two bottles to sip on while your stomach settles, or take home one of their cleanses to make sure your body is getting all the hydration, vitamins, and minerals it needs to recover from your hangover.

Monday–Friday | 8:00am–7:00pm
Saturday | 8:00am–5:00pm
Sunday | 10:00am–2:00pm

📍 114 East 8th Avenue, Homestead, PA 15120

Moodz Co. Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

Moodz Co.

Ultra-hip juice spot Moodz Co. on Carson Street should be your first stop when your mission is to get rehydrated after a night of dehydrating. Their all-natural flavored lemonades are tasty and nutritious, and they also carry cold-pressed juices, smoothies, and acai bowls. You’ll have a smile on your face to match your drink in no time!

Monday–Friday | 10:00am–8:00pm
Saturday–Sunday | 10:00am–6:00pm

📍 2210 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203

1:11 Juice Bar Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

1:11 Juice Bar

Pittsburgh’s newest juicery, 1:11 Juice Bar, is definitely worth a stop for a healing juice drink when you’re craving nutrients. While they aren’t open on Sundays, you can stock up the day before and prepare your body for all the fun you’re going to have later! Even their greenest of green juices, the Tim Train, is truly delicious and packed with vitamin C and ginger to soothe your stomach and energize you for a new day.

Monday–Friday | 8:30am–6:30pm
Saturday | 9:00am–4:00pm
Sunday | Closed

📍 2743 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Classic Burgers & Fires

Burgh'ers Brewing Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

Burgh'ers Brewing

Burgers are a must for soothing the worst hangovers, and the menu at Burgh’ers Brewing has over a dozen creations that can satisfy your cravings. We recommend the “Strip District” burger, which is inspired by the classic wedge salad and is smothered with blue cheese, bacon, tomatoes, and ranch. It’s a little messy, but all the best hangover cures are!

Monday–Thursday | 11:00am–9:00pm
Friday–Saturday | 11:00am–10:00pm
Sunday | 11:00am–8:00pm

📍 3601 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201

Stack'd Burgers & Beer Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

Stack'd Burgers & Beer

At Stack’d, you can build whatever savory, satisfying burger your heart desires to revive you from your hangover. It’s completely customizable, from the burger and the bun to the toppings and the sauces. You can even add other hangover cravings like chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks, or a fried egg to the top of your burger – they’ve totally got you covered.

Monday | 12:00pm–12:00am
Tuesday–Sunday | 11:00am–12:00am

📍 3716 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Primanti Bros Hangover Cure Pittsburgh

Primanti Bros

Just about every Yinzer knows all about the gut-busting, stacked-high sandwiches that Primanti Bros are famous for, and while they sure are delicious, sometimes you just need the help of their classic fries to soak up your drinks from the night before. Our tip: enjoy them covered in melty cheese and extra salt!

Sunday–Wednesday | 8:00am–10:00pm
Thursday–Friday | 8:00am–11:00pm
Saturday | 8:00am–12:00am

📍 46 18th Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

More Fun Things to Do in Pittsburgh

Hopefully these tried-and-true hangover cures will have you feeling like yourself in no time! Once you’ve tried the best hangover cures in Pittsburgh and are ready to hit the town again, check out our Facebook and Instagram or download the UNATION app for fun things to do in Pittsburgh.

Kaidia Pickels

Kaidia Pickels

Kaidia is a marketing copywriter and food/culture journalist based in Pittsburgh, PA. When she's not writing, she loves to travel, eat new dishes at local restaurants and try fitness classes throughout the city. She's a die-hard Penguins fan as well as an amateur baker and mixologist — sometimes combining both in one recipe.

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