Capogiro’s New Sandwich Menu Makes Us Dizzy With Delight

By: Jeff Vogel, posted Jun 1, 2009 at 9:30 am

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Philadelphia’s favorite gelateria, Capogiro, is opening two new locations at the same time – on Passyunk in South Philly and in University City at the Radian building (whose gray/black façade looks too much like the Death Star for our taste.)  We expect that the newly minted Capoyunk Scoop Shop (1625 East Passyunk) and CapoPenn (3925 Walnut) will thrive in their new neighborhoods; the Capogiro brand of fresh artisan gelato is unmatched in this city, and they are expanding their menu significantly.  We are thrilled to find a wide selection of sandwiches on the menu.  From the Vegetable Toast to the Classico Panini to the Formaggio con Jambon, Capogiro is adding a selection of flavorful Euro-sandwiches to the ever growing Philadelphia sandwich landscape.  We especially want to try out the PBJ sandwich: artisanal peanut butter and homemade jam.

Check out a sneak peek of the new Capogiro at Penn.

[Via: fwts.net]

Editor’s note: CapoPenn? Really?



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  • Chuck

    You misused the word artisan in “fresh artisan gelato.” Artisan is a noun, what you meant to say is artisanal. On a side not, why is Ben & Jerry's not considered artisanal? Is it because it's not as over-priced or because it doesn't have a fancy Italian name. You need to change the name of this site to “Overrated” from “Unbreaded.”

  • Jeff

    Er, artisanal. Thanks for the grammar tip, Chuck.
    And you might want to proofread your own work before criticizing others, Mr. “On a side not”.

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