About The Feast

Braddock Feast will begin on Woodlawn Street behind Grow Pittsburgh’s Braddock Farms. Guests will make their way down Woodlawn Street and Braddock Avenue heading toward the active US Steel Plant, where more courses and a special dessert finale await across the street in the courtyard housing UnSmoke System, the Braddock Bread Oven, barebones black box theater and Superior Motors restaurant.

Guests are encouraged to explore the community and the event by their own design. Follow the courses….or go rogue. The choice is yours.

While you explore the culinary offerings of Pittsburgh’s finest chefs, restaurants and food purveyors you can feast your eyes on local art and feed your soul with incredible music that will be placed throughout Braddock Feast.

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Braddock FEAST Benefits Grow Pittsburgh & Braddock Redux and is produced in partnership with the International Special Events Society: Pittsburgh Chapter

About Grow Pittsburgh


Every Grow Pittsburgh initiative involves an aspect of teaching urban agriculture. All programs strive to educate the general public about the importance of gardening and agriculture as part of a vibrant, healthy community. Programs range from formal educational offerings to education based programs which utilize demonstration and hands-on learning. Whether working with elementary schoolers through the Edible Schoolyard Pittsburgh program, engaging teens through the Urban Farmers in Training summer program, or addressing adults through our Urban Agriculture Apprenticeship Program, the organization seeks to serve all age ranges.

Grow Pittsburgh…

Grows Food! Braddock Farms + Frick Greenhouse + Shiloh Farm
Build & Supports Gardens! The City Growers Network + Community Gardening Program + Community Garden Partners
Teach People How to Grow Food! Edible Schoolyard + Urban Farm Apprenticeship + Urban Farmers In Training

In addition to attracting outside artistic talent, Braddock Redux seeks to provide high quality art experiences for residents of Braddock, especially the community’s young people.

Braddock Redux


The mission of Braddock Redux is to mobilize teens, young adults, and like-minded people of all ages from both within and outside the community for the purpose of the overall betterment of the Braddock area through training opportunities, art initiatives, green initiatives, employment opportunities, the creative re-use of existing structures, and through the flexibility to respond to other opportunities that arise.

Braddock Redux Programs and Initiatives include…

Youth Development
Communities need ways to positively engage their youth. Braddock Redux seeks to empower Braddock’s young people through hands-on learning opportunities that encourage investment in both self and community.

  • Braddock Youth Project Partnership
  • Independent Living Initiative

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Nyia Page Community Center

UnSmoke Systems Artspace

Get to know our Special Event Partner!

International Special Events Society: Greater Pittsburgh Chapter


ISES was founded in 1987 to foster enlightened performance through education while promoting ethical conduct. ISES works to join event and meeting professionals to focus on the “event as a whole” rather than its individual parts. ISES has grown to involve over 5,500 members active in over 50 chapters throughout the world. The solid peer network ISES provides helps special events professionals produce outstanding results for clients while establishing positive working relationships with other event colleagues. For over 25 years ISES has been a valued and trusted partner in the events industry. An industry that generates over $200 billion for the global economy and supports over four million jobs. The ISES Greater Pittsburgh Chapter has been labeled as “the fastest growing ISES chapter ever,” and has been recognized as  a showstopper in the ISES community.

ISES members are regarded as the very best in what they do, creating a powerful and influential community of event professionals around the world, working together to find new ways to communicate through the power of live events.