September 25, 2015
"We are super excited about this project!", exclaimed co-owner Antonio Carasali. "We believe the UTC/La Jolla area provides the perfect mix of execs, students, and medical pros with all the surrounding hospitals, university housing, and corporate centers."
Rubicon Deli began in Lake Tahoe, owned by co-owner Evan Corsiglia's mother, Cheri. The original deli eventually moved to Reno, NV, where Evan received an invaluable education that he would eventually build on for his own sandwich empire, as he learned to bake many styles of rolls, including garlic cheese, jalapeño jack, pesto, blue cheese and more, which Rubicon's San Diego locations continue to bake fresh every morning.
Rubicon's La Jolla location will be adding a semi-enclosed patio that seats 40-50 people to capture that indoor/outdoor feel that San Diegans love. Rubicon is also currently working on chef-driven breakfast sandwiches that they will launch in a few weeks at the India Street location and be implemented in La Jolla. The Mission Beach location will not offer breakfast.
For more information about Rubicon Deli, visit rubicondeli.com.