Mac Miller's Guide to Pittsburgh

5. Frick Park Market

Address: 7103 Reynolds St., Point Breeze
Website: N/A
Mac Says: "Frick Park Market has gone through a couple different owners. I was a kid in Point Breeze when Ronnie and Bobby owned it. They're the O.G. family—for me, at least. We used to play football across the street at Sterrett all day, until 9 p.m. after school. Kids from different neighborhoods would come up, and we'd have really big games. Frick Park Market became the spot to get food and drinks during halftime.

"I came up with my own sandwich there; I'd order ham, egg salad, and lettuce. It's weird, but tasty. Before that, though, me and my homies would order straight turkey. Get a quarter-pound of smoked turkey and just eat it. No bread, straight turkey."

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