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Caputo's Expands to 15th & 15th

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Soon we'll be able to buy a cookbook at The King's English bookstore at 15th and 15th in Salt Lake and then cross the street to Caputo's newest outpost to buy the ingredients --- And, a classic sandwich.  Fans, including me, are all abuzz about our favorite market and deli's latest news -- a new shop in the former Shear Excellence salon in the midst of one of the city's greatest neighborhoods.

According to Matt Caputo, the location will be "Super heavy on cheese, chocolate, charcuterie, EVOO, vinegars, and honey with a little of this and that from our other categories. We will have a small sandwich menu and intend to get our wine and beer license at some point in the future."

He adds, "Troy Petersen, our affineur is an investor and partner in the new store. For the last ten years he has worked with us, it has been his dream to run and own a store of his own. As his best friend and as Director of Tony Caputo's Market & Deli, it is our honor and pleasure to be part of this new endeavor. In addition to pushing the envelope of food excellence, Troy also shares our values of sustainability. Like our downtown location, 15th and 15th will be 100% wind powered. Additionally Troy lives three blocks away and will enjoy walking or biking to work in his own neighborhood." 

Don't you just love delicious news like this on a cold and gray Friday afternoon?