Sole di Capri is tiny, and I mean tiny. There are only a handful of tables and because the food is so good, and known in the neighborhood, tables are sometimes tough to come by. The good news is that SdC is expanding into the vacant space next door. The bad news is that some of its intimacy and charm may be lost. Hopefully, the food stays constant. The menu is not large. But the Italian entrees are cooked with love.
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