Capriotti's new Impossible Cheese Steak Sandwich made from plants
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Following a successful test in Las Vegas last year, Capriotti’s is set to make the new Impossible Cheese Steak Sandwich available at participating locations nationwide starting this week.

The new plant-based sandwich, which expands on Capriotti’s vegetarian menu, was developed in partnership with Impossible Foods and was considered an “instant hit among fans, garnering rave reviews from both vegetarians and flexitarians alike.”

The Impossible Cheese Steak Sandwich consists of melted cheese, peppers, and fried onions piled on 100 percent plant-based protein.

According to a press release, the new sandwich is “turning even the biggest meat-loving Cheese Steak fans into plant-eating addicts.”

In addition to the Impossible Cheese Steak Sandwich, Capriotti’s will also be introducing an Impossible Meatball Sandwich this spring.

The Impossible Meatball Sandwich consists of plant-based Impossible meatballs topped with provolone cheese, grated Romano cheese, and marinara sauce, all on a sub roll.

The Impossible Cheese Steak Sandwich is available in four sizes: half-sub for $6.49, small sub for $10.49, medium sub for $11.99, and large sub for $19.99. Prices may vary by location.

Capriotti’s new sandwich is available now at participating locations nationwide as part of the chain’s permanent Signature Cheese Steaks menu.

Have you tried the Impossible sandwich at Capriotti’s? Let us know what you think in the comments below.


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