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Pittsburgh: Lunch at Primanti Bros.

Following the Anaheim Ducks practice and meet and greet, a group of us decided to have lunch at the famous Primanti. We walked from the arena to the restaurant, which took about 20 minutes.  The GPS used off Yelp took us on a scenic route, and later we found out it would have been easier to take the Transit and get off the Gateway stop.

Seating inside is first come first serve and we grabbed a few tables. The menu had everything kind of sandwich you could think of, but according to the menu: it’s not a Primanti Brothers signature sandwich without a generous serving of crunchy, tart coleslaw and crisp French Fries piled high on top of soft Italian bread.

I shared a pastrami sandwich with Stephen, and they were served on waxed paper, not even on plates. Indeed their sandwich was served on top of a layer of french fries, coleslaw, and cheese, piled higher than a mouth could open. Fortunately for us, our server tossed in a few forks.

LeeAnne and Sandy shared the BLT Tots, while Karen had the Pitts-Burger.  Lunch was relatively inexpensive, and the sandwiches were large enough to share.

 


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