NFL Playoff season is upon us, which means fierce matchups and brutal rivalries.
And for pregame and game-watching hotspots, this translates into prime opportunities for drink specials and special menu items that play upon team names and the cities where they hail from.
This also means the exclusion of certain menu items that might play into the theme of a rival team.
Well, it does if you're the famed Pittsburgh-based sandwich shop Primanti Brothers – the Pennsylvania staple has banned fish sandwiches this weekend beginning Friday, January 6 due to the matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Miami Dolphins.
The restaurant took it to Twitter to show the graveness of said sandwich ban:
— Primanti Bros (@primantibros) January 5, 2017
#NoFishFriday has taken off among Primanti customers and Steelers supporters on Twitter:
And if you're quick to chime in with the the fact that dolphins are in fact mammals not actual fish, Primanti's already got you covered with a two-word response:
The Pittsburgh Steelers will face off against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, January 8th at 1:05 PM EST.
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