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$25 for $50 Worth of Subs and Sandwiches for Catering
The newly revamped catering menu now offers box lunches, each of which includes a choice of 9-inch sub, small chips or coleslaw, and a cookie ($9.99–$10.50 for lunch). Box lunches can come packed with one of Capriotti's specialty subs—such as the Bobbie, chock-full of roasted, all-natural turkey, inspired by Thanksgiving leftovers, and the Slaw Be Jo with roast beef, provolone, russian dressing, scratch-made coleslaw, and mayo. Satiate hungry meeting-goers with Cap's Meatball Bar, simmering in marinara sauce and completed with sliced provolone and baked rolls ($89.99–$110 for 14–16 people), or a Turkey Lover party tray with assorted oven-roasted turkey sandwiches ($45–$59 for 8–13 people).
Capriotti's Sandwich Shop
When Lois Margolet first opened Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop in Wilmington, Delaware, 36 years ago, she and her brother Alan worked from the second story of a boarded-up building, roasting 10–12 whole turkeys every night and churning out a “real turkey lover’s” sandwich each day. Today, Capriotti’s has expanded across 12 states, each location stacking the same award-winning hot and cold sandwiches, racking up such accolades as The Best of Las Vegas 2012 and Best of Delaware 2012 prizes from the Las Vegas Review-Journal_ and _Delaware Today, respectively. Though the shop is still known for its slow-roasted-turkey creations—such as the Thanksgiving-inspired Bobbie, named America's best sandwich by AOL's Lemondrop.com, piled with cranberry sauce and stuffing—its menu now ventures into the realm of roast beef, italian deli meats with such sandwiches as the capastrami, cheesesteaks, and vegetarian treats, such as meatless chicken and turkey.