Pittsburgh November 25, 2018
6 Huge Sandwiches In Pittsburgh That Your Stomach Will Absolutely Love
Pittsburgh sure does know how to make a scrumptious sandwich, doesn’t it? And, we, Pittsburghers, have our fair share of spots that serve sandwiches so big and so delicious that we might end up with leftovers. When you’re so hungry that nothing will satisfy that pesky rumbling in your stomach, head to one of these eateries that sell some of the biggest and best sandwiches in Pittsburgh. (Your stomach will certainly thank you for it.)
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1. Triangle Bar & Grill
Go hungry -
really, really hungry - to Triangle Bar & Grill, which serves massive subs. Now, you just have to decide which sandwich to order. The two-foot long, Battleship, for example, comes topped with a pound of meat and cheese combined as well as all of your favorite toppings. If that still doesn't sound big enough, go for the Super Battleship, which boasts two pounds of meat and cheese.
Triangle Bar & Grill is located at 2122 Monongahela Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15218.
2. Primanti Brothers
Primanti Brothers has pretty much become synonymous with Pittsburgh. After all, the famous sandwich - topped with fries and coleslaw - has made plenty of ripples in the Burgh and beyond. Whatever sandwich you order, be sure you're good and hungry. Primanti's Brothers sandwiches come piled with fries, coleslaw, meat, and cheeses, making it a pretty hearty meal.
Primanti Brothers has numerous locations in Pittsburgh, including in Market Square and the Strip District.
3. Tootie’s Famous Italian Beef
Sink your teeth into a delicious and
huge sandwich at Tootie's Famous Italian Beef. If you're not in the mood for a traditional Italian beef, opt for the chicken, sausage, beef mac 'n cheese, or the chicken mac 'n cheese. And, Tootie's didn't forget about you either, vegetarians. Try the Hungry Hippie with green peppers and sauteed onions.
Tootie's Famous Italian Beef is located at 93 S. 16th St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203.
4. The Original Oyster House
Treat yourself to a legendary Pittsburgh sandwich at the Original Oyster House. Opt for the Fish Boat, a scrumptious platter that includes the famous jumbo fish sandwich, which is so big that the fish just spills right off of the bun. Platters come with two delicious sides, such as coleslaw, fries, onion rings, applesauce, or green beans.
The Original Oyster House is located at 20 Market Square, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.
5. Fat Head’s Saloon
Just how hungry are you? You'll want to have a mighty big appetite when you visit Fat Head's Saloon. The South Side restaurants boasts a plethora of headwiches - "sandwiches that are relatively close to the size of your head." Choose from such creatively named "headwiches" as the Big Beefy Barbecue, the Fat Italian, and the Mighty Fine Bovine.
Fat Head's Saloon is located at 1805 E. Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203.
6. Big Jim’s Restaurant
Get ready for a hearty meal at Big Jim's, which features a delicious large fried fish sandwich. The sandwich is so big (see above) the fish just falls off of the bun. Of course, that's just one of your choices. Other impressively-sized sandwiches on the menu include the Reuben, which boasts a half of pound of corned beef, and the open-faced roast beef sandwich.
Big Jim's is located at 201 Saline St., Pittsburgh, PA 15207.
What are your favorite sandwiches in Pittsburgh? Let us know in the comments! Then,
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