Dads eat FREE at Primanti Bros. on Father’s Day


Primanti Bros. Restaurant and Bar is offering a free classic sandwich to all dads on Father's Day, June 17, at all locations. 

>> Sandwich goals: Why you must try this gigantic new sandwich at Primanti Bros.

The offer is valid for all father's – as long as someone at the table makes a purchase of at least $3.99. The offer is for dine-in only, so plan on sticking around and enjoying the ambiance, which shouldn’t be tough if you’re a lover of all things Pittsburgh. 

“There’s no better way to celebrate dad that with the Bros,” joked Toni Haggerty, long-time manager of the restaurant’s original location. “Especially if they’re working on their own ‘Dad Bod.’"

>>Things to do with Dad that may make him actually like you

The Dayton-area’s only Primanti Bros. location is in Beavercreek at 2430 N. Fairfield Rd.

“We’ll be here all day,” said Haggerty. “Stop down and give the Dad in your life what he really wants — a big sandwich and a beer.”

>>New Father’s Day Beer, Bourbon and Brunch event targets Dayton dads who like to eat AND drink

 


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