Marlene Parrish wrote an article in the May 17th issue of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Dugout Deli hits a homer – Tiny Mount Washington joint a tribute to Maz, the Bucs, and baseball. In it, Ms. Parrish introduced us to “a barely visible jewel on a side street in Mount Washington”. The Deli, as she calls it, is a Tiny Mount Washington joint paying tribute to Maz, the Bucs, and baseball. It made its debut in 2016, on an important day of the month in Pittsburgh Baseball history…Oct. 13th…the day Bill Mazeroski hit his famous home run in 1960. She writes: It is “A tiny hole-in-the-wall eatery (meant in the best way). A one-half pound stack of meat, cut to order and scaled, is piled on every sandwich. Penn Mac supplies the meats and cheese, and the Breads and Baguettes are from BREADWORKS. All sandwiches, with their sides, are under $10. There’s one dessert– Greek rice pudding.”
The Dugout Deli uses our 9” Baguette, Brioche Bun, Gourmet Hot Dog Bun, Salt Sticks, Wheat Bread, and Marble Bread. My son Ben and I can testify to the quality of their sandwiches. If you get a chance to stop by, you will not be disappointed.