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|11-02-2010, 10:44 AM||#1|
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First time going, questions!
Hello all, I am new here and I am think posting this question in the wrong area, but wasn't for sure where else to post it, sorry!
I bought my bf tickets for xmas to take him to watch his first game at te Heinz field, he has been else where and seen the Steelers play, but never at home. So I am so excited to take him, hoping I got ok seats and was wondering if they are bench seats or if they have backs to them any help would be great!! They are section 540 row R.
Also got advice to stay at the Sheraton Station hotel I think its called and take the boat across to the field, is that the best thing to do? Any other advice anyone can give me? Notice we should try to go visit Primanti Bros, I know he has been to Pittsburg to party with the fans before so not sure if he has visited that place yet so I will have to find out!
Thanks for everyone's time!!!
|11-02-2010, 10:53 AM||#2|
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Re: First time going, questions!
The seats (I believe) all have backs to them.
Primanti Brothers is a definite must. The original one in the Strip is the best (IMO) and the one in Oakland is really good too. I can't say I've ever eaten at the Heinz Field one, but there is one located there...so try it out!
For any other ideas on what to do in Pittsburgh, check out this thread...It's full of good places to visit.
And have a great time...enjoy your stay and the game!
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