Industry News | May 24, 2011

Capriotti's Unveils Newest Arizona Store

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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. 

Capriotti’s is best known for signature sandwiches such as the Bobbie, also known as “Thanksgiving dinner on a roll,” made with in-house roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and mayo. The gourmet sandwich shop has many other mouth-watering offerings such as the Capastrami, made with hot pastrami, Swiss cheese, Russian dressing, and cole slaw or a more traditional offering such as a hot Homemade Meatball sub. Continuing the 35 year-old tradition begun at the first Capriotti’s, this location will slow-roast whole turkeys and beef and use only the freshest ingredients for its distinctive sandwiches.   

“We have gotten a fantastic response from people in Arizona, so we are very excited to be opening this location in Tempe,” says Ashley Morris, Capriotti’s CEO. “Arizona has proven to be a great market for our sandwiches and we hope to continue to see great success in the area and hope to open more locations as Capriotti’s expands further.”                                                                                                                      

Capriotti’s will be located at 100 West University Drive, Suite 113, Tempe, Arizona 85281. Hours of operation are Sunday-Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – Late. To reach the Tempe Capriotti’s, please call (480) 967-0550. For general information, franchising or catering, please visit www.capriottis.com.

 

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