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Pittsburgh Rick's: Primanti Bros Comes to Leesburg

Discussion in 'Area Restaurants, Dining and Food' started by tommyboy, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. tommyboy

    tommyboy New Member

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    I had the chance to try Pittsburgh Rick's in Leesburg for lunch . . . opened in October. Outstanding sandwich (see below). Every bit as good as Primanti Bros. The bread is perfect, and the french fries are the real deal. The place also serves Iron City and IC Light.

    If ynzz is looking for a good sandwich, head to Pittsburgh Ricks (116 East Market Street / www.pittsburghricks.com )


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  2. cobymom

    cobymom Sheila Ryan

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    I tried Pittsburgh Rick's and enjoyed my sandwich. I didn't realize it came with french fries, cole slaw and tomatoes on it (loaded grilled cheese), but I was pleasantly surprised by it. I got take-out, so didn't go upstairs, but I hear they also serve beer and wine up there for people looking for a happy hour or football-watching venue.
     
  3. James_B

    James_B Member

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    OMG I must go, Primanti Bros is amazing and I miss it.
     
  4. vacliff

    vacliff "You shouldn't say that."

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    Look some other things in life, one never forgets the first time they experienced a Primanti Bros sandwich!
     
  5. mikebnllnb

    mikebnllnb Member

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    I was underwhelmed. My sandwich was somewhat tasteless. Since when does steak-ums type beef equate to black angus? I don't want pressed beef when I order a steak sandwich.
     

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