Good news for those of us who love Caputo’s in Salt Lake- the followingÂ press release and pictures came to meÂ courtesy ofÂ Karen Boe at Boe Marketing. I wanted to share the news with you:
TonyÂ Caputo’s Deli Effortlessly Transforms to EveningÂ Dining
SALTÂ LAKE CITY (February 10, 2010)Â — Tony Caputo’s Market and Deli has a new venture….’Caputo’s By Night.’ TheÂ deli side of the operation serves
an average of 500 lunches per day and has longÂ been a favorite destination
for downtownâ€™s workers and local community members. DueÂ to customer demand for a more casual evening dining experience Caputo’s DeliÂ hours are now expanded for dinner service. Dinner service will be availableÂ Tuesday through Saturday from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m., however, the deli operations areÂ available daily Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. andÂ Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to closing.
TheÂ popular sandwiches and salads will still be served at night but
‘Caputo’s ByÂ Night’ will also serve many rustic Italian hot dishes using
provincial ItalianÂ ingredients from the award-winning market. Dinner service will still includeÂ white table cloths, servers, and wine and beer, just in a more casualÂ atmosphere. “We are really happy to be getting backÂ to our deli roots. We love fine dining and Tipica was a fun experiment, butÂ customers are asking for a more casual experience,” said Matt Caputo. They nowÂ feature, rustic Italian classics such as Penne Arrabbiata and ChickenÂ Parmigiano. The new menu is full of comforting hot foods and guests can stillÂ get any of the sandwiches, with garnish and pasta salad for $8.95. FiveÂ different Italian classic pasta dishes come with soup or salad and grilledÂ garlic bruschetta for $10.95. Hot dishes like Grilled Halibut Melograno start atÂ $13.95 and come with pasta, soup or salad and grilled garlic bruschetta. ThereÂ are a few appetizers, but these entrees are designed to be full hearty meals.Â Â “OneÂ of our servers recently approached me and said, ‘how can we afford to giveÂ people so much food for so little money?’Â He was right … our food cost is indeedÂ high, but we wanted to be sure to provide a value that would be second to none,”Â continued Caputo.
Tony’sÂ brother Mikey (Uncle Mikey) is the new chef. He has run kitchens
from fineÂ dining operations to diners and everything in between. Mikey
specializes inÂ cooking simple Italian food quickly and consistently. His vast
line cookÂ experience will ensure the kitchen excels no matter how busy
evenings get. MikeyÂ insists all meats and poultry are fresh and cooked to order every time. ForÂ fish, Caputo’s justÂ happens to haveÂ the state’s best fish market right next door. Whole fresh fish are bought andÂ butchered in house daily.
“We’reÂ very excited about our new venture. Our goal is to give people
Italian deliÂ comfort classics in an upscale yet relaxed environment. And with our reasonablyÂ priced wine and beer list, which includes wines by the glass starting at $4 andÂ beers (including three Squatters on tap) starting at $3, customers can get aÂ hearty and comforting meal and a drink for under $15 and rarely over $20,”Â Caputo continued.
Caputo’sÂ By Night is located at 314 West 300 South.Â Reservations are
recommended, especially for weekends.Â Phone: (801) 531-TONY (8669). EveningÂ hours are : Tuesday through Saturday 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.Â DeliÂ operations are available daily Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday 9:00 a.m.Â – 7:00 p.m. and Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. toÂ closing.
TonyÂ Caputoâ€™s Market & Deli is focused on setting the national standard
forÂ Southern European and Regional American specialty foods. The market
offersÂ America’s largest selection of fine chocolate, over 200 cheeses aged in a properÂ cheese cave, and much more.
At lunchtime, hundreds of eager patrons line upÂ every day for sandwiches, pastas and salads made with the industry’s mostÂ cutting edge ingredients fresh from Caputo’s own market.
Through theÂ years Caputo’s has become an institution, by cultivating a
strong food cultureÂ in the city, state and beyond. Their selection of artisan
products is second toÂ none in the nation. The knowledge and dedication to
excellence of Caputo’s staffÂ is unparalleled. Combined with the industryâ€™s
most cutting edge facilities, theÂ end result is a customer experience more
likened to a gustatory adventure than aÂ mere shopping trip.”
TheÂ National Association for the Specialty Food Trade in 2009 named Tony
Caputo’sÂ Market & Deli “Specialty Retailer of the Year.”Â Salt Lake Magazine
also recently namedÂ Matt Caputo and Caputoâ€™s Deli the “Best Food & Wine
Educator” at its 2009Â Dining Awards.
Here’s the menu FYI and I might add that they have a rather good wine and draft beer offering as well.
CAPUTOâ€™S DINNER MENU
All entrees served with garlic bruschetta, your choice of pasta, and soup or house salad (Caesar add $1.00)
Prime Rib – Roman style herb rub with horseradish sauce and au jus $15.95
Halibut Melograno – Grilled with a pomegranate reduction and tartar sauce $15.95
Atlantic Salmon Agrodolce – Grilled with sweet and sour onions and tartar sauce $14.95
Chicken Parmigiano – Fresh boneless, skinless chicken breast, breaded and topped with $13.95
fresh mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses.
Chicken Piccata – Fresh boneless, skinless chicken breast, sautÃ©ed in lemon and white wine $13.95
Choose the pasta, then choose the sauce. All pasta entrees served with garlic bruschetta, soup or house salad
(Caesar add $1.00)
Linguine – Long pasta similar to spaghetti, but flat $10.95
Penne – Medium sized tube style pasta $10.95
Angel Hair (Capellini) – Very thin and fine spaghetti $10.95
Ravioli – Wild mushroom or Cheese, your choice $11.95
Lasagna – Filled with three cheeses and Italian sausage $11.95
Half and Half
Your choice of any two linguine, penne and angel hair & sauces $11.95
Lasagna with half linguine, penne or angel hair $12.50
Ravioli with half linguine, penne or angel hair $12.50
Ravioli and Lasagna $12.95
Arrabiatta – Italian for â€œangryâ€ – Spicy tomato sauce made with Di Napoli tomatoes
Cacciatore – Hunter style – a tomato sauce made with a variety of meats, salami and cheeses
Vongole – Olive oil based clam sauce
Cacio eâ€™ Pepe – Olive oil, pecorino cheese, garlic & black pepper make a traditional Roman sauce
Italian Sausage – Tomato sauce with big chunks of Italian sausage, grilled peppers and onions (Add $4)
Large salads served with grilled Italian bread
Insalata Mista – House salad of mixed greens with marinated veggies $7.95 $3.95
Caesar Salad – House made traditional dressing tossed to order $8.95 $4.50
Add grilled chicken ($3.95) or grilled salmon ($4.95)
Meatballs – $2.95 Soup – cup $3.95 bowl $5.95 Garlic Bruschetta – $1.50
We will split any entree in the kitchen for $5.50 extra charge and you both get full soup, salad & garlic bruschetta.
All sandwiches are served with side of pasta salad $8.95 or $6.95 half sandwich.
The Caputo – A taste of Cosenza, Italy. Prosciutto, mortadella, salami, provolone, lettuce and tomatoes on a
crusty Italian roll covered with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Muffaletta – New Orleans famous sandwich with salami, ham, mortadella, cheese and olive salad on a
The Soprano – Fugetaboutit! Gabagool (capocollo), Cacio di Roma cheese from the sunny south of Italy,
lettuce, tomatoes, roasted pepper spread, balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
Meatball – Meatballs, sauce, Parmesan cheese and provolone cheese. What more could you want?
Prosciutto – The most famous of them all. Prosciutto, provolone cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, balsamic vinegar
and olive oil.
Italian Cold Cut – A combination of Italian favorites â€“ wine-cured salami, capacollo, Genoa salami, provolone
cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
Mozzarella and Tomato (may substitute Greek Feta cheese) – Fresh mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and a
hint of basil dressed with balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
Roasted Peppers on Focaccia – Roasted sweet peppers, arugula (in season) with Manchego cheese,
balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
All American – Served with cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, mustard and your choice of 1 meat:
turkey, pastrami, roast beef, ham, salami (served with oil/vinegar) or pork loin (served with oil/vinegar).
Cheese Lover – A delicate combination of Fontina and smoked gouda cheeses topped with lettuce, tomatoes,
balsamic vinegar and olive oil
Substitute pasta salad with Insalata Mista, Ceasar or Soup – add $2.00.
Caprese Salad – Made with Caputoâ€™s own homemade mozzarella (when available) $ 8.95
Italian Prosciutto – and Seasonal Fruit $ 8.95
Antipasto Misto – Select mix of our best specialty meats, cheeses and marinated veggies $ 9.95
Sauteed Olives – Marcona almonds, pickled garlic, rosemary, Marsala wine $ 7.95
Soft drinks $1.50 Espresso $2.00
Coffee & tea $1.50 Cappuccino, mocha or latte $3.50
For parties of 8 or more people, 18% gratuity added to bill.
Thoroughly cooking foods of animal origin such as beef, eggs, fish, lamb, pork, poultry or shellfish reduces the
risk of food born illness. Consult your physician or public health official for further information.
Hey Sue, thanks so much – love you!!!
Hi Gabi! I went to buy a Groupon coupon for Caputo’s and saw your badge. I love your new look! You’re site is awesome! And so are you!!
Thanks lovelies! I’ve missed you all and I appreciate your hanging in here with me 🙂
This restaurant looks great. The prices aren’t so bad and everything sounds good. I love when you are able to look at the food in the kitchen through a window. Thanks for letting me check out this restaurant!!
I wanna go!
I forgot to say, your blog looks really good Gabi!
Gabi, I wonder if there’s any relation to the Caputo’s here in Chicago. They own several Italian markets, deli’s, I shop there quite often, I know they have abig family, hmmm, I’ll have to check that out!