1. Capicola and cheese with a frosty Yuengling
Primanti’s started as a Depression-era street sandwich cart in the early 1930’s for hungry freight truckers passing through the industrial steel city. It was a meal that could be eaten with one hand while driving and open for those late-night hauls passing through at 3am. Meat and cheese stacked on thick Italian bread with sweet slaw and fresh-cut fries, still served up on a skin of wax paper (sans plate like the old days).