Sunday, March 24, 2013
I've been meaning to stop into the Thin Man Sandwich Shop in the Strip District since they opened a few weeks ago. We usually go to the strip on Saturday or Sunday mornings, and after wandering around in the cold, Stacy and I were ready!
Thin Man is a serve yourself/order at the counter kind of place. The menu is on a large chalk board behind the counter, and boasts a few signature sandwiches along with seasonal selections. Today, Grilled Pork Tenderloin, Albacore Tuna and a Lamb Kofta Pita were on the menu, along with scrumptious sounding sides such as Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Beets and a Potato Kale soup.
Stacy settled on The Smash, which is chicken breast marinated in goat milk, with avocado, alfalfa and pickled green onions. I went for The Thin Man, which is chicken liver mousse, Penns Corner bacon, and frisee on a baguette.
Let me tell you, these are some great sandwiches! I can't wait to get back to try a different one.
Thin Man is on 21st Street, in the Strip District area of Pittsburgh.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
It's fish sandwich time again in Pittsburgh! Fish frys are being held at church's all around the city. Some serving a simple fried fish sandwich, and others offering a much wider variety of seafood speciality's. On Friday, I stopped at Saint Mary's in Cecil Pa. Of course the sandwich was tremendous! According to the attached fish-fry guide, St. Mary's offers: Seasoned panko-breaded cod deep-fried in heart healthy tri-fry oil that is cholesterol and trans-fat free. Other healthy alternatives include baked cod, salmon and Maine lobster rolls. Also, homemade crab cakes, pan-seared scallops, shrimp in a basket, jumbo shrimp, and cabbage and noodles. See the following list to find a fish fry near you.