Pittsburgh-based Primanti Brothers is opening its first Indiana location this week. Officials will cut the ribbon on the restaurant in Noblesville Tuesday evening and the restaurant will open to the public Wednesday.
The 4,600 square-foot restaurant is expected to create up to 100 jobs. Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear will perform the ribbon cutting, scheduled for 5:45 p.m. Tuesday.
"It was only a matter of time before we took Primanti Bros. on the road," said David Head, CEO of Primanti Bros. "We could not be more excited to begin to grow in the Indianapolis region with our first restaurant in Noblesville."
Beginning Wednesday morning at 5:00, fans can take part in an opening celebration tailgate. The restaurant says it will open its doors to the first 100 tailgaters around noon and will open to the public by late afternoon.
The restaurant says it will be giving away free sandwiches for a year to the first 100 customers through the door.
Primanti Bros. says it will serve approximately 250,000 guests in its first year in Noblesville. The restaurant has more than 30 other locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, West Virginia, Maryland and two more coming soon in Michigan.