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Cinderlands Take Out Specials are What Dreams are Made Of

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Supporting local is essential right now, my friends. I’ve been filling my weekends with beer and the occasional takeout run. Last weekend, we started things off strong with a killer dinner and beer special available at Cinderlands Beer Co in the Strip District. 

Cinderlands is one of my favorite places to eat here in Pittsburgh. With a revolving menu and great beers to boot, there is something for everyone. My personal favorites including the Buffalo Chicken Rillettes, the Crunchwrap, and the Red Lentil Falafel. The portions are massive and easily shareable. Cinderlands also boasts amazing Brunch food on Sundays. I’m still dreaming of the poutine I got a few Easters past. 

Right now, they’re doing an amazing job of offering affordable to-go specials with themes each night. Friday is the wings, flatbreads, and hoagies special. For just 50 dollars, you get a meal that easily serves around 3 people. 2 flatbreads, an Italian hoagie, six wings and a four pack of beer! What a deal!

We chose the buffalo chicken and taco flatbreads which were massive and tasty. The hoagie was elevated in a way that only Cinderlands could produce and we gobbled it up! The wings were so big we had to save them for later. To wash it all down, we chose the Test Piece: Nelson Sauvin IPA. Similar to the Jam series from Dancing Gnome, Test Piece highlights specific hops and creates easy sessionable beers for quick consumption. 

Again, this special is a steal! For only 50 dollars, you get food and beer to definitely celebrate your Friday with! With a can list that truly has something for everyone, this is an easy bet for a crowd pleaser! Not into flatbreads or wings? There’s a taco Thursday special and a weekend burger special that includes the poutine of my dreams. Order this weekend for excellent beer and takeout! 

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