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Capriotti's Unveils Newest Arizona Store

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop announced that its first location in Tempe, Arizona, will open its doors to sandwich fans. This third Arizona shop, located near the Arizona State University campus, is part of a large regional expansion in the Southwest. Famous for unique sandwiches and a friendly ambiance, Capriotti’s has become a fast favorite among Arizona residents. 

Las Vegas Snags Another Capriotti's

 

Capriotti's Sandwich Shop announced its newest location in the Las Vegas area with a new shop in the Santa Fe Station Hotel and Casino. 

The recent winner of readers’ choice for “Best Sub Sandwich” by The Best of Las Vegas and “Best Sandwich” from LV Weekly, the unofficial sandwich shop of Las Vegasis known for its delicious sandwiches, unique offerings, and a friendly environment.

With 27 shops already located in Las Vegas, this location is part of a large national expansion plan for the popular franchise.

Capriotti's 'Saves the Bobbies,' Supports Susan G. Komen

The holiday giving season started early for Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, as it presented esteemed breast cancer research initiative Susan G. Komen for the Cure Southern Nevada with a $10,000 check. The donation was made possible by Capriotti's Sandwich Shop’s “Save the Bobbies!” program that ran through the month of October, wherein Capriotti’s locations in the greater Las Vegas area honored National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by dedicating a portion of their proceeds to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Capriotti's Signs Deal to Head to Lone Star State

Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop inked a deal for expansion into Dallas, marking the company’s first territory in the state of Texas. Overseen by franchisee KCI Investments LLC, the Dallas development is a multiunit deal covering Tarrant, Dallas, Collin, and Denton counties in the greater Dallas Metroplex.

2010 in Review

Reporting by Blair Chancey, Sam Oches, Daniel P. Smith, Robin Van Tan, Barney Wolf & Lori Zanteson

1. BK Sold to Brazilian Investors

Becoming the decade’s biggest restaurant buyout, No. 3 burger chain Burger King Corp. was acquired by 3G Capital, a New York firm backed by Brazilian investors, for $3.3 billion in September. —BC

2. The Food Truck Obsession

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