Primanti Bros. Restaurant
- Primanti Bros. Restaurant Opening with FREE SANDWICHES in Noblesville
- First 100 Customers in New Location to Get Free Primanti’s for One Year
Primanti Brothers restaurant is celebrating the opening of its 33rd location by giving away free sandwiches for a year to the first 100 customers through the door at its newest restaurant – and its furthest west.
The new restaurant, located at 13871 Cabela Parkway, Noblesville, IN, will open on
May 18, 2016.
Hungry fans can join in an opening celebration tailgate beginning at 5:00 AM on
Wednesday, May 18. Doors will open to the first 100 tailgaters around noon. After that,
Primanti Bros. will close for a few hours and open to the public by late-afternoon.
“It was only a matter of time before we took Primanti Bros. on the road,” said David
Head, Primanti Bros. CEO. “We could not be more excited to begin to grow in the
Indianapolis region with our first restaurant in Noblesville. And for those fans
willing to join us for our opening tailgate – we’ve got a great day planned.”
Early tailgaters can expect samples of Primanti’s food, beverages, games and a
parking-lot DJ. In addition to being one of the first customers through the door,
tailgaters also become lifetime members of the Noblesville 100 Club – an honor that
means a year’s supply of free sandwiches at Primanti’s newest location.
“We don’t take ourselves too seriously,” said Head. “We’ve got big, two-handed
sandwiches like you’ve never seen before, a full menu of burgers, pizza and wings
and a stocked bar with some of the best specials around. Honestly, it’s about good,
simple food and a great time.”
Since 1933, Primanti Bros. has been a dining institution in Pittsburgh. The “Almost
Famous” Primanti Bros. sandwich is built between two slices of crusty – yet soft –
Italian bread. It’s piled high with a choice of grilled meat, an optional egg,
secret recipe coleslaw, fresh-cut fries and two tomato slices. Unlike the
restaurant’s original location, the Primanti Bros. in Noblesville will open as a
full-service restaurant with a large bar, many televisions and an in-door/outdoor
About Primanti Brothers
In 1933, Joe Primanti opened a lunch cart in Pittsburgh’s Strip District selling
sandwiches to the hungry truckers who were coming and going at all times of the
night. Encouraged by sales and positive feedback, Joe expanded to a small storefront
where he was joined by his brothers Dick and Stanley and their nephew John DePriter.
And that’s how the very first Primanti Bros. location was born – Primanti Bros.
currently has 31 locations, all dedicated to that early notion that folks deserve
great food, with no pretense, for a good price.
By Carla Knapp
There will be more than birds singing this summer at the Indianapolis Zoo as two popular concert series return to offer nine nights of music, food and wild fun.
The Zoolapalooza and Animals and All That Jazz series, both presented by Central Indiana Honda Dealers, will feature a diverse lineup of musical performers, including many acts that are new to Zoo concert crowds as well as a few returning fan favorites.
Guests start their weekend on a high note with Zoolapalooza. Now in its sixth year, this concert series will feature some of the area’s top bands playing a mix of classic favorites through today’s popular hits. The music will be rockin’ each Friday night from June 17 to July 8. The 2016 Zoolapalooza lineup will feature:
• June 17: Airstream Betty
• June 24: Tim Brickley and the List
• July 1: Dave & Rae
• July 8: Parrots of the Caribbean
As the summer heats up, visitors can keep it cool with Animals and All That Jazz. One of the Zoo’s longest-running events, this concert series will showcase a full range of distinctive artists, acts and musical stylings. Now in its 29th season, Animals and All That Jazz kicks off July 7 and continues every Thursday through Aug. 4. The 2016 lineup will include:
• July 7: Tucker Brothers Band
• July 14: Gene Markiewicz DM Jazz 8
• July 21: Ty Causey
• July 28: Craig Brenner and the Crawdads
• Aug. 4: Cathy Morris and Brazilian Jazz
For all concerts, live music will play from 5:30 to 8:30pm in the Party Pavilion near the front of the Zoo. Rides and animals will be available until 7pm, and with plenty of exhibits nearby, visitors can enjoy the full Zoo experience without missing a beat. In addition to regular Zoo fare, each concert will also feature a different menu of specialty food items and a full bar.
Summer concerts are free for Zoo members and included with regular Zoo admission. Discount tickets will be available, while supplies last, at Indiana Members Credit Union locations. Guests can also save money by purchasing advance tickets online at http://IndianapolisZoo.com/
By Kristin Conrad
Humane Society of Indianapolis
The Humane Society of Indianapolis’ biggest day of impact for shelter animals is almost here. The 13th annual Mutt Strut is Sunday, May 15, 2016, in a new location at historic Garfield Park, 2432 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana.
This event is the largest annual fundraiser for the Humane Society of Indianapolis. Money raised will help the non-profit organization fulfill its vision of ensuring that Central Indiana animals are treated with dignity and respect and live free from cruelty, harm and neglect.
Each year the organization cares for more than 5,000 animals. Fundraising events like Mutt Strut are vital to IndyHumane, as the organization receives no government funding.
Last year more than 7,000 people and 6,000 pets attended Mutt Strut, which has been named the Best Charitable Event in Indianapolis by NUVO readers for the past seven years.
“It’s hard to believe that Mutt Strut is almost upon us,” says Summer Keown, Special Events Manager for the Humane Society of Indianapolis.
“We’re thrilled to hold the event at Garfield Park this year and help show off one of Indianapolis’ beautiful parks. The dogs are going to love all the greenspace, and we have several fun, new activities available for participants!”
Day-of registration opens at 10:30 am, and the official Mutt Strut walk kicks off at noon. Music, vendors, food, and activities are available from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm.
New activities this year include: musical entertainment throughout the day at the McAllister Amphitheater; pet care seminars from B.C. Henschen of Platinum Paws and Harrison College; kids activities including Colts in Motion and Big Car’s Wagon of Wonders; a beer garden featuring Sun King Brewing Company and New Day Craft; a photo booth run by the talented photographers behind the Instagram accounts The Whitest Pups You Know and Three Silly Pits; and a lure course run by Lucky Dog Adventures where your dog can lose the leash and chase a lure across the field for $10.
Participants can register at http://indymuttstrut.org/register/ or on-site the day of the event.
Full details and a schedule of the day’s events are available at http://indymuttstrut.org/.
By Leslie Olsen
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
Amazing, blazing full-sized Hot Wheels® cars zoom into The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis May 14, 2016 just in time for the 100th running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing – the Indianapolis 500.
Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™ is a family-friendly exhibit that is filled with hands-on immersive activities designed to demonstrate what makes real race cars go fast. It is all about power, safety and lots of speed. On select days, some visitors will even get to zip race cars down the iconic orange toy track with famous race car drivers from IndyCar, stock car, or the NHRA drag racing circuit.
Featuring Hot Wheels die-cast cars as well as actual race cars, Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™ invites children and families to suit up and join the Hot Wheels race team! Mom, dad, grandparents, and today’s youngest Hot Wheels fans will be invited to race each other in a timed, pit stop challenge to see who changes tires and fuels up the fastest. Families are also invited to take on the role of an engine by turning a crank to see how much more power is required to turn a large drag racing tire vs. a passenger car tire. They can also look under the hood and see pistons pumping in a cutaway engine and compare a variety of engine sounds made by different race cars. A car driven by four-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon is literally cut in half so visitors can see what internal elements make these magnificent machines work.
“Racing, race cars and those who work in the field of racing are passions shared by multiple generations here in Indianapolis and around the world,” said Dr. Jeffrey H. Patchen, president and CEO, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. “We hope hands-on exploration and testing will not only encourage children and families to problem-solve together as they build tracks and test each car’s performance but will prompt parents and grandparents to share fond memories of their first toys and cars with the younger generation.”
There will be plenty of the iconic orange track and die-cast cars to test your own theories of physics and speed at the museum. And, you can take those concepts home to extend the learning with your family.
“Hot Wheels racing offers children a means of exploring scientific concepts such as gravity, velocity, and kinetic energy in an engaging and accessible way. It also encourages inquiry and real world problem-based learning through play,” said Cathy Southerland, Director Early Childhood Education, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.
Hot Wheels agrees that play and hands-on activities go a long way to helping children understand what would otherwise seem like difficult concepts. The Mattel Children’s Foundation and the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education worked together to develop Hot Wheels® Speedometry™, an education curriculum that combines Hot Wheels® fun, imagination, and action, as well as toys and track to accelerate learning. The Children’s Museum also has lesson plans for teachers and homeschoolers at www.childrensmuseum.org, click on educators to uncover more valuable learning guides.
Celebrating and inspired by the new film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Hot Wheels has built a one-of-a-kind full-sized vehicle: Hot Wheels Batman v Superman Twin Mill. The car is recognized as one of the most popular Hot Wheels castings in generations. It brings together Superman and Batman in a way that conveys plenty of super power Hot Wheels attitude. The Hot Wheels Batman v Superman Twin Mill will also make a pit stop this summer as an extension of the exhibit.
Introduced by Mattel in 1968, the “tricked out” cars have come a long way (both in the die-cast and life-size varieties). Since 1968, more than 800 models and 11,000 variations of Hot Wheels cars have been created and more than 4 billion Hot Wheels die-cast cars have been sold. Some Hot Wheels cars can reach scale speeds of 200 mph or more and have been clocked as high as 300 mph.
Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™ is presented by Teachers Credit Union. Supporting sponsors include OneAmerica and Church Brothers Collision Repair.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is a nonprofit institution committed to creating extraordinary family learning experiences across the arts, sciences and humanities that have the power to transform the lives of children and families. For more information about the tourist attraction and museum, call 317-334-3322 or visit www.childrensmuseum.org, follow us on Twitter @TCMIndy,Facebook.com/childrensmuseum and YouTube.com/IndyTCM.
By Andy Wilson
On behalf of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Fans encouraged to purchase race weekend experiences now
Anticipation for the 100th Running of the Indy 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil continues to build, with tickets for many of the weekend’s best opportunities going fast. With few reserved seats left, and many concert opportunities selling quickly, fans are encouraged to purchase Race Weekend experiences sooner rather than later.
“Our entire Race Weekend is shaping up to be an epic and unforgettable few days for everyone involved,” said Indianapolis Motor Speedway President J. Douglas Boles. “We’re thrilled to see tickets for all of our activities selling fast, and encourage fans to visit IMS.com and monitor our social media accounts to stay-up-to-date on the availability of Indy 500 grandstand seating, concert tickets and many other opportunities. We can’t wait to see everyone at the Speedway in May!”
The following Race Weekend updates are available for members of the media and public:
• Indy 500 Reserved Seating: Reserved seats are still available for the Indy 500, but in increasingly small quantities. If fans want a seat at the race, they should visit ims.com or call the ticket office at 317-492-6700 as soon as possible. For the first time in many years, it is expected that reserved seating for the Indy 500 will sell out.
• Indy 500 General Admission: GA tickets for the Indy 500 can be purchased at www.ims.com or by calling the Indy 500 ticket office. Fans are encouraged to purchase their Race Day General Admission tickets as early as possible to insure IMS can mail fans their tickets prior to Race Day. Print at home tickets are not available for Race Day this year.
• Concerts VIP and Concerts GA: VIP sections for the Snake Pit on Race Day, Miller Lite Carb Day on Friday, May 27, and Legends Day presented by Firestone on Saturday, May 28, are sold out. This year, Snake Pit GA wristbands are expected to sell out prior to Race Weekend. Fans are encouraged to buy their tickets now to ensure they can participate in all concert experiences.
• Indy 500 Weekend Camping: Due to high demand, all camping, including Lot 1C, is sold out. The Indy 500 ticketing page on IMS.com currently lists several alternative camping options for fans.
• Parking: Parking within the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is sold out for Race Day. Race Day parking options are available in the surrounding Town of Speedway area on a first-come, first-served basis at several locations, including local Speedway schools. The Indy 500 ticketing page lists addresses for several of these locations. In addition, alternative transportation information can be found here.
• For Carb Day, prepaid infield parking is sold out. First-come, first-served parking remains in Lot 7 (North 40). Entrance to this lot is off of 30th Street and fans should arrive by 10 a.m. on Carb Day to access this parking. Free parking is not available within the infield for Carb Day in 2016.
• For Legends Day, prepaid parking is still available for $25 in the infield, or $15 in Lot 7 (North 40). Limited free parking is available in Lot 1B and 1C.
• IMS Race Day App: Fans are encouraged to download the new IMS mobile application to ensure a hassle-free trip to IMS. It is available for both iPhone and Android devices. Simply go to the app store and search for “Indianapolis Motor Speedway.”
For more information and updates as inventories change, please continue to visit http://ims.com/.