Manny's BBQ, located beyond centerfield at PNC Park, is a barbecue-style concession stand operated by former Pirates catcher, Manny Sanguillen. The Pulled Pork and Pierogi Stacker piles house-smoked pulled pork on top of a Breadworks pretzel roll stacked with two potato pierogies.
PNC Park opened in 2001 as the fifth home of Major League Baseball's Pittsburgh Pirates, replacing Three Rivers Stadium. Funded in conjunction with Heinz Field and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the $216 million park stands along the Allegheny River, on the North Shore with a view of Downtown Pittsburgh. PNC Park, designed by HOK Sports Venue Event, part of the HOK Group, was the first two-deck stadium built in the United States since 1953. Seating just 38,496--the second smallest capacity in baseball, its intimate design puts the highest seat just 88 feet away from the field. Built in the style of "classic" stadium, PNC Park also introduced unique features, such as the use of limestone in the building's façade, a riverside concourse, steel truss work, an extensive out-of-town scoreboard, and many local eateries.