The following information was recently updated on May 7, 2022
Caputo’s is one of SLC’s most well known businesses with multiple locations across the valley. The deli offers a range of imported and domestic gourmet items, plus stellar soups, salads and sandwiches using the best ingredients. The sandwiches are the star of the show here, featuring premium cheese, meat, bread and condiments.
Caputo’s Holladay menu
The following menu is from the Holladay location of Caputo’s and is dated May 2022:
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What are the sandwiches like at Caputo’s?
Caputo’s Holladay menu 2019
The following Caputo’s Holladay menu is dated September 2019 and is provided as a historical reference:
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Where is Caputo’s Holladay located?
4673 South 2300 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84117, USA (801) 272-0821
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