CANCELED: Sunny Side Up Brunch at Brew Gentlemen (Jan 19)

Our monthly brunch party is moving indoors for winter. Join us at Brew Gentlemen on Sunday, Jan 19. Pre-sale tickets available now.

by Stephanie Brea
January 8, 2020

Sorry for the short notice, but unfortuantely, we have to cancel tomorrow’s Sunny Side Up Brunch event at Brew Gentlemen. We were just notified that there is a mechanical issue with Sandwich Society’s food truck and it is not safe to drive until it is repaired. I will be issuing refunds through Eventbrite, please feel free to contact me with any questions. 

Thanks, I am sorry for the inconvenience, and hopefully we will see you for brunch in the future,

Sunny Side Up is a recurring, pop-up brunch partnership between Very Local and Pittsburgh Sandwich Society. We spent all summer outdoors but are moving the party inside for the winter. Tickets are available here.

How does Sunny Side Up brunch work?

Pre-sale tickets are required to attend. We will offer two seating times: 10 a.m. & 11 a.m.

Walk-ups will pay full price and will only be served AFTER the brewery opens to the public at noon, pending availability.

Your $12.50 pre-sale ticket gets you:

  • 1 menu item of your choice*
  • 1 beer from Brew Gentlemen (a nonalcoholic drink option also available)

*Gluten-free and vegetarian modifications are available upon request.

THE MENU:

DENVER OMELETTE BURRITO (Home fries, scrambled eggs, green pepper, Canadian bacon, onions, swiss american, Franks hot sauce)

DOUBLE DAHN (Thick bacon, jammy eggs, cheddar cheese, black garlic aioli, hot honey, TWO pieces of fried chicken)

BACON EGG & CHEESE, EH! (Truck-cured Canadian bacon, two dippy eggs, cheddar cheese, mac sauce)

Ticketshttps://bit.ly/sunnyjanuary

Additional food and drinks are available for purchase. Remember to bring your ID if you plan on drinking.

Why pre-sale tickets?

We need to accurately prepare for the available seating indoors at the brewery. Purchasing a ticket in advance also helps Pittsburgh Sandwich Society accurately order and prep food, since brunch is not on the regular menu. Don’t get left out in the cold. Yes, prices have increased for 2020, but if you purchase a pre-sale ticket, you still save a few bucks.

Party time, egg-cellent!

Sunny Side Up

Sunday, Jan. 19, 2019

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Brew Gentlemen

512 Braddock Ave.

Braddock, PA 15104

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512 Braddock Ave, Braddock, PA 15104, USA
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Mon-Wed Closed
Thu-Fri 4–9pm
Sat 12–9pm
Sun 12–5pm
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Stephanie has been organizing events since 1998, starting with a series of motorcycle rides through the Arizona desert to support her father’s business. She’s probably crossed your name off a presale ticket list or served you a beer somewhere around town. An undergrad degree in poetry means she has lots of unpractical knowledge about iambic pentameter, while a brief stint as a copy editor for Alternative Press taught her that twenty one pilots is stylized in all lowercase letters. Wanna throw a party in a vacant parking lot? She’s interested. At the onset of COVID-19, Stephanie took on the role...

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