Twenty-sixThat's right - The Enrico Biscotti Company has 26 types of biscotti. There's your usual almond and choclate flavours, but anise, ginger, and pumpkin? And they do them right. The flavours shine through. We particularly enjoyed cinammon and peanut butter chocolate chip. In true biscotti style, the biscotti weren't very sweet; they had aromas which were more intense than the subtle flavours. These crunchy, but not too hard biscotti, are best dipped in a cafe au lait which is also made on the premises and is just awesome. Of course, they make all their own biscotti - each and every type. You gotta make it by hand and from scratch if you're going to be on my blog. Enrico's is located in the cool Strip Distrcit and there's a great looking restaurant and even their homemade wines were delicious. So I had some wine while waiting for my cafe au lait. They offered freebies and I accepted. They even had bread making courses on site - you're expected to show up in your pj's. I could crawl out of bed to make my way to The Enrico Biscotti Company anyday.
World's Best Sandwich? I've never eaten a sandwich quite like a Primanti's sandwich. Picture this: great fresh cut fries, delicious coleslaw, soft and fresh white italian loaf bread, and tender homemade roast beef - all piled in together in one sandwich. Nothing on the side. It works. Does it ever. I devoured my first Primanti sandwich at a Pirates game at PNC Park. Get there early and they're fresh and made to order. Great food and baseball - a piece of Heaven! The next day we ventured to the original Primanti Bros location in the Strip District. The Strip is for food lovers; there are food wharehouses on the street parallel to the Strip and some serve food on site. The Strip itself is full of restaurants, cafes, kitchen supply stores, Pitsburgh Popcorn and sidewalk food stalls - fresh grilled shrimp and crab right on the sidewalk were availble that day! We saved our appetites for Primanti and boy did we need them. We ordered the classic roast beef, (2nd pic from bottom) the pastrami and the corned beef (bottom pic) - each only $6.29. Adults could easily share a sandwich, but it was so good I ate it all myself. It's a real fun restaurant - laid back, no menus (it's on the wall) and very casual. There are locations throughout Pittsburgh, though I highly recommend going to the Strip District. I know I'm going back. http://www.primantibrothers.com/