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116 E. Market St. (King St.) Send to Phone
A go-to sandwich shop in the historic section of Leesburg.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
  • Parking garage
  • Dress code: Casual

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Pittsburgh Rick's Restaurant Review

: Right in the historic section of Leesburg is a beckoning shop that, of all things, makes and sells high-end Pittsburgh-inspired sandwiches. Well-trained and talented chef/owner Rick Allison, a Pittsburgh native, remembers well the sandwiches made famous in that city some decades ago and served primarily to truckers at midnight. Well, locals can now enjoy these from 8 a.m. to nightfall, and come away feeling well fed. Best bets? According to the menu, the number one best-seller is the pastrami and cheese, and the second, the Pitts-Burgher, which is loaded with cheese and is quite tasty. But other tempters are the kielbasa and cheese, and the grilled cheese (Swiss, American and provolone) with bacon. Desserts, big fat cookies, milkshakes, and assorted sides and starters make this a “must” casual destination. Besides, Rick’s serves breakfasts, featuring home fries, bananas Foster french toast and fresh blueberry pancakes. If you eat in the upstairs area during game time you can watch it on the TV.


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