Maitland’s most popular sandwich joint, Kappy’s Subs (Instagram | Website), is opening a food stall at Exploria Stadium.

The diner was founded in 1967 by a man named Isidore Caplan, before being sold to Bob and Claudia Caplan (no relation) in 1972. The sub shop, which is operated out of an iconic Valentine Diner trailer, has been owned by the same family ever since, with the Caplan’s daughter, Rachel, taking the reigns before she put her son, Adam, in charge as general manager and chef.

Adam has since added a new food truck to the works and more recently, a food stall at Exploria Stadium. You can hear Adam chat about the new project on a recent episode of “Bungalower and The Bus.”

Exploria Stadium launched the most recent soccer season with a new food program called “Orlando Made,” which features a number of new food stalls run by local restaurateurs, including the likes of Cholo Dogs and Sus Hi Eatstation.

The new Kappy’s Subs stall is expected to open for business on August 26, for the Orlando City match versus St. Louis, with a menu featuring its classic cheese steak sandwich, as well as new items like a “honey Cuban” and cookies by Phat Ash Bakes (Website).

Brendan O'Connor

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