Located in downtown Summerlin, the Las Vegas Ballpark is where the Aviators play and features a nice selection of dining options, which now includes the newest Capriotti's Sandwich franchise. That means you can enjoy classics like the Bobbie, Capistrami, and Homemade Meatball while you watch the game. You can also enjoy a tuna, turkey, or ham sandwich with a crispy side of chips. There's also a few salads and drinks to choose from.
The great thing about a sandwich is that it can be enjoyed right away or saved for the seventh inning stretch when you're not so focused on the game. There's something for the kids at this brand new Capriotti's Sandwich franchise as well so it's a delicious meal that the entire family can enjoy. If you sit in the club level or in one of the suites, you can even enjoy having your sandwiches delivered right to your seat. What better way to enjoy a meal than to have someone bring it to you?
Of course, when you eat in the heat of a summer ballgame, it's important to be sure your food is safe. If you don't plan to eat your Capriott's meal right away, be sure you safely stow it in a cooler with a few ice packs to ensure that it doesn't grow harmful bacteria that can make you sick.
If the game at Las Vegas Ballpark isn't enough to draw you to the stands, consider the allure of a delicious Capriotti's sandwich to get you there/. Whether you indulge in the Grilled Italian, Homemade Roast Beef or Chicken Cheese Steak, you'll never be sorry that you got yourself over to the ballpark for a sandwich and game. You won't be sorry!
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