I am normally not very enthusiastic about eating out in chain restaurants. My undisputed love for food trucks is no doubt one of the reasons for this. Chain restaurants also tend to serve menus that are rather too generic. However, when I heard that Capriotti’s had opened shop in Beverly Hills, I was more than thrilled. Alan and Lois Margolet started it in 1976 in Delaware.

Capriotti’s is a restaurant that specializes in handcrafted sandwiches. It has since built a positive reputation for itself, winning several accolades over the years including Delaware Today Magazine’s “Best Turkey Sub”.

I heard that the original owners sold Capriotti’s in 2008 to two former University of Nevada students (Ashley Morris and Jason Smylie) who were initially franchisees. Just last year, one of the more popular offerings, the Bobbie was voted “The Greatest Sandwich in America” on…

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