The Primanti Bros. sandwich is a Pittsburgh tradition — enjoyed for decades and at all hours of the day.
Last night, Twitter basically exploded as the Pittsburgh episode of “Bizarre Foods America” with Andrew Zimmern aired on the Travel Channel.
It used to be that stadium food was thought of as overpriced and lacking in flavor. Nobody wants to pay top dollar for old hot dogs with packaged ketchup, stale popcorn and maybe-meat burgers. In Pittsburgh, it’s no longer that way. Whether you’re heading to a fall football game or a spring baseball game, rest assured if you get hungry, you won’t have to settle for expensive and bad-tasting food. Try out these unique and delicious concessions next time you head to a game.
Commemorating its 35th anniversary, the Three Rivers Regatta will once again bring its high-octane entertainment to the Pittsburgh area this 4th of July weekend.
Pennsylvania State Police have filed charges against three suspects in a robbery ring that spanned Allegheny, Indiana and Westmoreland counties.
There’s a special place in many Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods to warm your hands and your belly with a really good bowl of soup!
Six months ago, “Men’s Health” magazine began soliciting nominations from restaurant goers all over the country. Thousands of votes came in and a Pittsburgh favorite made the final cut.
A photo of a cook at Primanti’s has led to online message board postings urging NRA Convention attendees to avoid eating at the restaurant.