5 best sports bars that Steelers fans need to see before they die

Fans of US American football team Pitsburgh Steelers watch a game at Malafama bar of Condesa neighborhood in Mexico City on November 13, 2016.As the National Football League (NFL) regular season returns to Mexico on Monday night, the rise of the Liga de Futbol Americano Profesional (LFA) is another sign of the growing passion for the sport in this country where soccer is king. The NFL estimates that it has 25 million fans in Mexico, the most outside the United States.As the NFL returns to Mexico with a regular season game next Monday night, passion for the sport is soaring in this country where the round ball game of football is king. The National Football League estimates that it has 25 million fans in Mexico, a nation of 120 million people, making it the second most popular sport. / AFP / ALFREDO ESTRELLA / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY LAURENT THOMET (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP via Getty Images)
Fans of US American football team Pitsburgh Steelers watch a game at Malafama bar of Condesa neighborhood in Mexico City on November 13, 2016.As the National Football League (NFL) regular season returns to Mexico on Monday night, the rise of the Liga de Futbol Americano Profesional (LFA) is another sign of the growing passion for the sport in this country where soccer is king. The NFL estimates that it has 25 million fans in Mexico, the most outside the United States.As the NFL returns to Mexico with a regular season game next Monday night, passion for the sport is soaring in this country where the round ball game of football is king. The National Football League estimates that it has 25 million fans in Mexico, a nation of 120 million people, making it the second most popular sport. / AFP / ALFREDO ESTRELLA / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY LAURENT THOMET (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP via Getty Images) /
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Fans walk across the Roberto Clemente bridge prior to the Opening Day game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Detroit Tigers at PNC Park (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
Fans walk across the Roberto Clemente bridge prior to the Opening Day game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Detroit Tigers at PNC Park (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images) /

Primanti Bros, Pittsburgh, PA.

If you went into this list thinking that any other place would make the top spot, you were sadly mistaken. It does not get much more Pittsburgh than Primanti Brothers, especially the original location in the Strip District. That is where their story began and has expanded to many different states around the United States.

It started off as a sandwich shop for truck drivers that needed a quick and easy meal. The iconic sandwich of French fries, tomato, Cole slaw, meat, and cheese was born. All of that is slapped in between two thick slices of Italian bread.

The truck drivers enjoyed this idea as it was quick, and your meal was all together at once. They could eat on the road and keep moving along. This led to some future options and eventual expansion to other locations, which also hold some Pittsburgh flair as well with many things from the city in the restaurant.

The Steelers fans coming into town need to go to this place to experience not only the sandwich but the game itself on the big screen. It is always a fun time going to Primanti Bros. and the food is always amazing. It does not get any more Pittsburgh than this restaurant when it comes to the food that represents this city.

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The Steelers have one of the biggest fan bases in the NFL. You can find a bar to go watch with fellow fans all over the country and the world.