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Oom Yung Doe

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2014 Murray Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
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(412) 421-7311
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I've trained at the school of Oom Yung Doe for a little over 3 years and have seen many improvements in my personal condition in that time. This is not your typical karate school...

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A great school, with caring staff. Learn Traditional Moe Doe 5/26/2011

I've trained at the school of Oom Yung Doe for a little over 3 years and have seen many improvements in my personal condition in that time. This is not your typical karate school. Yes, you will learn the basics of self-defense from extremly professional Instructors but you will also improve in ways you had never dreamed. You will be taught 8 complete martial arts and extremly high level movements, including Bawga, and weapons training. It is nearly impossible to find anyhting like this even if you are lucky enough to travel the world. The fact that you can just walk in off the street and sign up means ANYONE can now have access to this type of training. If you are commited to improving yourself you will find plenty of support and there really is no limit to the benefits you will gain training in an Oom Yung Doe school. Although I find many aspects of the training challenging, I also love it and look forward to my practice like seeing a dear friend:) more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Imagine the shape of most restaurants: low-ceilinged, wide. Now turn that room on its side, and you have the shape of Pi's dining room. High-ceilinged, long and thin. The room is cleverly laid out, featuring a large plaster nose and ear adorning the otherwise modernist interior design. A long counter runs most of the length of the room on one side, with glass display cases showing off the prepared dishes.

    The Food
    The pizza is made with a sweet and flaky thin crust and are not inexpensive, making a good lunch for two or an appetizer for four. And how often is cilantro or toasted pine nuts offered as a pizza topping? Specialty pies include some creative choices, such as salmon with smoked mozzarella, radicchio, scallions and portobello mushrooms, or Thai spring vegetable, with broccoli, cauliflower, vidalia onions and mushrooms over lemongrass marinated cheeses.

    In Addition
    Another lunch option is the panini, either grilled or cold. The sandwiches are a bit small by Pittsburgh standards, but they come with Italian potato salad, which is delicious and filling.

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 11am-10pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm Sun 12pm-9pm
  • Payments:

    Cash, Master Card, Carte Blanche, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Squirrel Hill North, Squirrel Hill South

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