Primanti Bros. Sells Out of Sandwiches For The First Time Ever

Pittsburgh sandwich shop Primanti Bros. turned 90 on Tuesday, August 8. To celebrate the anniversary, the local chain offered sandwiches priced at $0.33 — a callback to the year Primanti’s opened its first restaurant in the Strip District in 1933.

This deal turned out to be a huge hit. For the first time since Primanti’s debuted 90 years ago, guests purchased every single sandwich Primanti’s across the city had available to sell. So, they are going to do it again on Tuesday, August 15.

Continuing the anniversary celebration, sandwiches will be available for $0.33 with the purchase of a sandwich at regular price.

Pair your meal with Primanti’s new Sparkle Duck. They’ve taken their classic Drunk Duck cocktail and added Prosecco for more anniverary fun.

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Story by Jordan Snowden

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