Brunch, round III: our August edition pairs up Sandwich Society’s brunch menu with Hitchhiker beer from the NOMAD truck. Tickets are $10 each.
Here’s where you can purchase your tickets to Sunny Side Up brunch.
Sunny Side Up is an outdoor, recurring, pop-up brunch partnership between Very Local and Pittsburgh Sandwich Society. Join us in their side lot to eat great food, drink great beers and take advantage of Pittsburgh’s summer sunshine.
The third installment pairs a to-be-determined brunch menu with Hitchhiker beer.
Your $10 ticket gets you:
1 menu item of your choice
1 beer from Hitchhiker’s new Nomad beer truck (a nonalcoholic drink option is also available)
June’s brunch options featured loaded fries with a dippy egg, a breakfast burrito, a fried chicken sandwich on a Wise County Biscuit and a breakfast salad with local greens and Pigeon Bagel croutons. Gluten-free and vegetarian modifications are available upon request.
Additional food and drinks are available for purchase. Remember to bring your ID if you plan on drinking.
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Someone ( @verylocalpgh ) made the pop-up of my fantasies when they combined @gristhouse sours with breakfast from @pghsandwichsociety ! Biscuit sandwiches with pimento cheese, fried chicken thighs, and sausage gravy or a breakfast burrito loaded with fries, eggs, and cheese. Now for my other fantasy where I can eat nachos after 10 without gaining weight.
Tickets are encouraged, as that gets you the brunch club discount and guarantees that it won’t be sold out. It also helps Pittsburgh Sandwich Society accurately order and prep food, since brunch is not on their regular menu.
If commitment’s not your thing, you can still take your chances and pay full price day-of. Rain or shine.
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Sunny Side Up
Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019
10 AM to 2 PM
Pittsburgh Sandwich Society (108 43rd St, Lawrenceville; side lot)
Everyone knows Pittsburgh Sandwich Society and its In-n-Aht burger, which has made a bunch of best-of lists. Last year was the debut of its second mobile food concept, the Burrito Bus, which serves up California-style burritos from a vintage Volkswagen bus. This year, they’re going outdoors and off-menu, partnering with some favorite local breweries and experimenting in the commissary kitchen.
Note: Have you had the After School Special Burrito? It’s the best handheld hangover food. And if you haven’t, I recommend dropping everything and following them on social media to stalk their location.
While the exact menu is under development, here are some previous Pittsburgh Sandwich Society brunch menu highlights: