Coronavirus Changes: Primanti Bros. Closing All Locations On Easter To Give Employees Time With FamilyPrimanti Bros. has decided to close all of its locations on Easter Sunday to allow their employees some immediate family time during the holiday.
Pittsburghers Helping Pittsburghers Amid Coronavirus Outbreak: Penguins, Primanti's, And Giant Eagle Teaming Up To Work TogetherThe Pittsburgh Penguins, Primanti Bros., and Giant Eagle jointly announced a partnership to help support arena and restaurant workers.
Coronavirus Changes: Primanti Bros. Enacting Delivery, Takeout ProtocolsPrimanti Bros. is taking precautions for their customers in the face of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Primanti Bros. To Open New Location In Center TownshipPrimanti Brothers Restaurant and Bar is set to launch it's 43rd location -- the first to open in Beaver County. 
Car Smashes Into North Versailles Primanti Bros.A woman was injured after her car crashed into the Primanti Bros. in North Versailles.
Mike 'Doc' Emrick Stops By Primanti Bros. For Lunch Ahead Of Pittsburgh Penguins-St. Louis Blues MatchupOne of the most notable voices in hockey decided to stop by Primianti's for lunch ahead of his broadcast.
Primanti Bros. Offers Pittsburgh Steelers Maurkice Pouncey Job As BouncerPrimanti Bros. is offering a three-week bouncer gig to Pittsburgh Steelers Maurkice Pouncey following the Steelers-Browns brawl.
Thank You For Your Service: Free Meals, Deals On Veterans DayOn Veterans Day, many local restaurants are thanking veterans for their service by offering them deals and free meals.
Primanti Bros. Celebrate The 150th Anniversary Of Heinz Ketchup With #FlipForHeinzWhat's more Pittsburgh than Primanti Bros? Primanti Bros and Heinz Ketchup, that's what!
'This Is A Pretty Big Dill:' East End Brewing, Primanti Bros. Create Pickle BeerNothing complements a Primanti sandwich like a pickle and a beer, and a new pickle beer rolls the two flavors into one drink.
'Love At First Bite:' Primanti Bros. Marries 11 Couples In Strip DistrictFor eleven couples, today might have been the most Pittsburgh way to get married.