Oct. 31, 2012
-- LAS VEGAS, NV (October 31, 2012) – Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, known for award-winning subs, now offers little ones a child-sized portion of their favorite sandwiches at all locations. These meals are perfect for parents on the go who want a delicious, fresh option for their kids. Made to order and kid conscious, the new menu will feature a variety of children’s favorites using Capriotti’s signature ingredients.
Capriotti's Kids Menu for ages 12 and under will feature a turkey sandwich, made with Capriotti’s famous freshly roasted turkey meat, pulled right off the bone, provolone cheese, lettuce and mayo and a ham & cheese sandwich, made with American cheese, lettuce and mayo and. The newest addition to the Capriotti’s sandwich selection is the classic kid-friendly Grilled Cheese Sandwich. Each meal comes with one sandwich on either white or wheat sliced bread, an Ocean Spray apple juice box and Ocean Spray Craisins, all for $4.95.
s has always been a great place for the whole family and now we offer the same quality ingredients in smaller sizes for the youngest members of the family,” said Ashley Morris, CEO of Capriotti’s. “Our newest menu options are a great way to please the kids’ cravings, while offering a well rounded meal that parents can feel good about serving their kids.”
For general information, franchising or catering, please visit www.capriottis.com.
About Capriotti’s Sandwich Company
Founded in 1976, Capriotti’s Sandwich Company is a multiple award-winning specialty sandwich retailer with more than 80 company-owned and franchise locations in twelve states across the U.S. including: Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin and Nevada. With a reputation for gourmet taste, Capriotti’s prides itself on using the freshest ingredients in order to provide customers with a taste of home in every bite. Their signature sandwich, the Bobbie®, was voted “The Greatest Sandwich in America” by thousands of readers across the country and reported by AOL.com. For more information, visit www.capriottis.com.