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    Capriotti's Opens Second Utah Location

  • Industry News June 11, 2015

    Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop announced the upcoming arrival of its second Utah restaurant in West Valley City, located in the greater Salt Lake City area. The sandwich shop will debut its award-winning sandwiches to northern Utah later this year marking the chain’s commitment to expanding its reach across the U.S. On opening day, June 29, the location will offer the first 100 guests a free nine-inch Bobbie sub and all guests $2 in CAPS Cash. To further commemorate the new opening, the West Valley City restaurant will be offering the first 100 guests to make a purchase free Bobbie subs for a year during its grand opening celebration on July 11, and all proceeds from this day will be donated to the Utah Food Bank.                                                                               

    Beginning as a local sandwich shop in Wilmington, Delaware, Capriotti’s has since spread to over 100 locations in 16 states and federal districts. The restaurant stays true to its tradition of slow-roasting turkeys in-house every night, proving its dedication to serving handcrafted subs and sandwiches made with only the freshest ingredients. This dedication to the long-standing tradition was also recently recognized by consumer insights firm, Sandelman, naming Capriotti’s one of the Top 10 Quick-Service Restaurant Chains while also maintaining the number one spot for attributes on “Taste and Flavor of the Food,” as well as “Quality of the Ingredients.” Some of the award-winning iconic subs include the Homemade Meatball Sub, featuring the sandwich shop’s signature meatball recipe topped with savory provolone, grated Romano cheese, and tomato sauce on a fresh-baked roll and the Thanksgiving-inspired best-seller, the Bobbie, served on a roll with slow-roasted turkey, homemade stuffing, cranberry sauce, and a hint of mayo. Capriotti’s also has vegetarian options like the Veggie Cheese Steak, made with hot vegetarian chicken and melted provolone served on a toasted roll and a variety of salads like the Chopped Italian Salad, featuring salami, Capicola, and pepper ham on a bed of mixed greens topped with Provolone cheese, garbanzo beans, black olives, tomatoes, and diced cucumbers.

    “Capriotti’s has seen great success in southern Utah, so we are happy to announce that we will be bringing our hand-crafted sandwiches to the northern part of the state later this year,” says CEO Ashley Morris. “We have no doubt that the West Valley City community will welcome Capriotti’s with great enthusiasm and become the area’s go-to sandwich shop.”

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