My wife and I were pleasantly surprised with the nice furnishings and excellent food! We had Capaceta's own interpretation of a Chateaubriand beef tenderloin which had a taste I had not experienced before. I had red wine, my wife ordered some very creative cocktails made from spices that you don't usually see in drinks. We especially liked the brick walls that appear to have the original facade from a few years back. The waiter was very knowledgeable of the food offerings and did a great job of explaining the different plates that were on the menu. This is a place we would definitely visit again.
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