to try their sandwiches, they're amazing," the suppositious interloper probably said. Why are the sandwiches so famous? Well, because it's a full meal between two slices of Italian bread. Two slices of tomato, provolone cheese, cole slaw, your choice of meat, and the crowning touch, a layer of fresh cut fries, make up the interior of a Primanti Bros. sandwich and it has been this way since the 1930's.
On May 18 you will no longer have to make the sojourn to Pittsburgh to enjoy one of their famous sandwiches, they will be opening their first Indiana location just North of Indy in Noblesville. You won't want to hold off on making your trek to the new location because, according to a press release by the company,
"Hungry fans can join in an opening celebration tailgate beginning at 5:00 AM on Wednesday, May 18. Doors will open to the first 100 tailgaters around noon. After that, Primanti Bros. will close for a few hours and open to the public by late-afternoon.
Early tailgaters can expect samples of Primanti’s food, beverages, games and a parking-lot DJ. In addition to being one of the first customers through the door, tailgaters also become lifetime members of the Noblesville 100 Club – an honor that means a year’s supply of free sandwiches at Primanti’s newest location."
“It was only a matter of time before we took Primanti Bros. on the road,” said David Head, Primanti Bros. CEO. “We could not be more excited to begin to grow in the Indianapolis region with our first restaurant in Noblesville. And for those fans willing to join us for our opening tailgate – we’ve got a great day planned.”
We're excited for Primanti Bros. to be in Indy and couldn't agree more, it seems like it will be fun first day, and free sandwiches for a year sounds pretty spectacular too.
The new location will be located at 13871 Cabela Parkway, Noblesville, IN. Checkout their website for more info on the restaurant and for a full menu.
If you've ever planned a trip to Pittsburgh there is a good chance anyone that decided to give you unwarranted advice on what to do in the city of bridges made a point to send you to Primanti Bros. "You