Industry News | October 27, 2011

Capriotti’s Opens Latest Sandwich Shop in Reno

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Capriotti's Sandwich Shop, known for its signature gourmet sandwiches, is set to open its newest location today in Reno, Nevada. Capriotti’s has already been a favorite amongst residents in Reno/Sparks, Nevada, due to the two other successful franchises in the market. With its one-of-a-kind sandwiches and friendly atmosphere, Capriotti’s is looking forward to expanding its availability to meet demand from its loyal following and hungry fans, especially those on the University of Nevada at Reno campus.

Capriotti’s offers a number of mouth-watering sandwiches that have gained great popularity over the past 35 years. From the award-winning, signature Bobbie, also known as “Thanksgiving on a roll,” made with in-house roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and mayo to new salads like the Black and Bleu, made with homemade roast beef and bleu cheese, the unique creations are sure to bring a smile to any face. Capriotti’s prides itself in keeping with its longstanding tradition of roasting its roast beef and whole turkeys in-house every night and using premium ingredients to create a sandwich experience unlike any other.

“We are excited to open our third location in Reno,” says Ashley Morris, Capriotti’s CEO. “Our sandwiches have been very well received throughout the state of Nevada and we are thrilled to now bring them even closer to our fans. We see this as just another step in our nationwide expansion.”

“We appreciate the support of the community and are excited to open yet another Capriotti’s in Reno,” says Steve Fedele, Capriotti’s franchisee for Reno and Sparks, Nevada. “Being a family-owned-and-operated business, we will continue to offer Capriotti’s fans the freshest ingredients and fantastic customer service to our loyal customer base.”

Capriotti’s will be located 810 N. Sierra St. in Reno, Nevada 89503.

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