NOV 17: Sunny-Side Up Brunch INDOORS @ Roundabout Brewery

Brunch is back! We’re moving our brunch bunch indoors for November. Join us at Roundabout Brewery on Sunday, November 17.

by Stephanie Brea
October 30, 2019

**Presales have ended. We sold all we felt we could comfortably fit between 10 and noon. Pittsburgh Sandwich Society will still keep slinging breakfast until they run out, so swing by when the brewery opens at noon.**

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 due to popular demand. We will have a nice cozy space in case of inclement weather, but this also means we have to change the ticketing protocol.

To take advantage of all the available space, we will be seating guests in both the Roundabout taproom and in the actual brewing facility space. In order to accommodate guests, PRESALE TICKETS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND BETWEEN 10 AM and NOON. Walk-ups will only be served after 12:00 pm.

Sunny Side Up Brunch Meal Deal

Your $10 presale ticket gets you:

  • 1 menu item of your choice*
  • 1 beer from Roundabout Brewery (a non-alcoholic drink option also available)

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


The Menu

Sunday Fried Chicken — Deep Fried Chicken Thigh |  Black Garlic Aioli | PGH Pickles | Hot Honey | Dippy Egg | Toasted Brioche

Dad’s Brunch Chili— Beef and Pork Chili | Griddled Cornbread Cheese Sandwich | Fixins

The BRUNCHfast Club— 2 Eggs | Parma Sausage Patties | Bacon | Shreddy Letty | Sliced Tomatoes | Hot Pepper Spread | Aioli |  Toasted Bread | Frilled Sandwich Pick

Sunday Morning Special Burrito- Parma Sausage | Chopped Bacon | Eggs | Frito Corn Chips | Shreddy Letty | Party Pico | Queso | Hot Pepper Spread

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

Why presale tickets? For this event specifically, 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. Walk-ups will pay full price day-of, pending availability after 12 p.m. when the brewery opens for regular business.

Party time, egg-cellent! It’s a 10-Buck-Brunch

NOV 17: Sunny-Side Up Brunch INDOORS @ Roundabout Brewery

  • Sunny-Side Up Brunch
  • Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019
  • 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Presale tickets are required to attend between 10 a.m. + noon)
  • Roundabout Brewery, 4901 Butler St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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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