Capriotti's

Capriotti's Opens First Orange County, California, Location

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop’s much-anticipated Tustin, California, restaurant is open for business.

With its 10th California restaurant and first ever in Orange County, Capriotti’s introduces its nationally renowned subs to its newest market.  

The newest location promises to offer Capriotti’s 36-year-old tradition of roasting whole, all-natural turkeys in store daily to guarantee only the freshest ingredients for Orange County residents.

Classic Capriotti’s favorites such as the signature sub, the Bobbie, will make their debut in Tustin.

Capriotti's Expands Catering Menu

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop announced a more extensive catering menu, which includes a variety of offerings in addition to its party trays.

Continuing the tradition of being a tasty addition to any gathering, the new catering options make Capriotti’s sandwiches available in easy-to-transport boxes and create-your-own-sandwich formats.

The new catering menu will be available at all Capriotti’s locations. 

Capriotti's Debuts 9th CA Unit

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop’s Southwest expansion is in full force with the opening of its ninth California location and one more on the way later next month. Capriotti’s will now be convenient to college-area residents and San Diego State University students. The location at El Cajon Blvd. and College Ave. will make the third Capriotti’s in the greater San Diego area, offering even more options for locals.  

Capriotti's Opens Shop in Historic Dallas Location

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop opened its doors to its first location in downtown Dallas on July 23, 2012, and offered customers more than just great sandwiches. 

Capriotti’s newest location is a beautifully restored piece of Dallas history. The fully modernized, original 1923 Old Magnolia Oil Gas Station is now home to award-winning sandwiches. 

With freshly made ingredients, this new location will be the perfect spot for city dwellers to enjoy quality sandwiches.  

Capriotti's Opens Second Iowa Store

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop is continuing its growth in Iowa with its second location in Cedar Rapids. This store will be the newest addition to the national franchise, which is now operating in 12 states.

Maintaining the same friendly atmosphere and great taste Capriotti's is famous for, the new location is sure to please guests with their gourmet sandwiches.

Capriotti’s Sets up Shop in Easton, Maryland

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, known for its signature sandwiches, is set to announce the opening of its newest location in Easton, Maryland. This will be Capriotti’s third Maryland-area shop. 

“We are thrilled to return to our 35-year-old East Coast roots,” says Ashley Morris, CEO of Capriotti’s. “The new Easton location is a great addition to our two locations already in Maryland and we look forward to serving our loyal fans and introducing our sandwiches to new guest to Capriotti’s.”

Capriotti’s is located at 106 Marlboro Road in Easton.

Capriotti’s Hires Director of Marketing

Capriotti’s announced the addition of Margaret Schroeder as the director of marketing. Though new to the Capriotti’s family, Schroeder has extensive experience in the food marketing industry.

Schroeder will be responsible for further promotion of the well established Capriotti’s brand, keeping track of changing market trends and maintaining the excellent sales numbers, which will aid in Capriotti’s continuing nationwide expansion.

Capriotti’s Opens Fifth Shop in Los Angeles Area

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop is excited to announce the opening of its newest location in Covina today. This fifth Los Angeles area shop is part of a large regional expansion in the Southwest.

Famous for sandwiches and a friendly ambiance, Capriotti’s has become a growing favorite among Southern California residents.  

Meatball Bar Highlights New Capriotti's Catering Program

Thirty years after it launched its original program, Capriotti’s is revamping its catering menu to include more variety.

The new catering program will include three options: a sandwich tray with side options, including salads; boxed lunches with a nine-inch sub, chips, drink, and cookie; and a meatball bar that lets customers build their own meatball subs.

Ashley Morris, CEO of Capriotti’s, says catering has historically accounted for just 4–7 percent of business system-wide. The old program only offered trays of downsized subs, with the opportunity to add chips or drinks.

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