Choose from Three Options
Each pasta entree at Caprino's Restaurant begins as a mound of fresh dough. From there, chefs turn it into linguine and spaghetti and tuck butternut squash into ravioli pockets. The stuff that goes on top is also house-made, naturally: meatballs, garlic-basil cream, olive-oil/chardonnay sauce.
Pasta may reign supreme, but the menu also holds other hearty entrees, including grilled-to-order rib eye, prosciutto pizza, and chicken marsala. Sunday brunch even departs from this Italian template a bit, adding southwest-inspired dishes and catfish and grits to red-white-and-green-flecked sandwiches and scrambles.
Caprino's handsome, wood-accented dining room is equally welcoming to adults and adults-in-training. There's a full bar and, naturally, a deep wine list, split about evenly between Italy and California. But there's also a kids' menu with fun options such as mini burgers and a "dirty mashed potato" topped with bacon, cheese, and, eventually, tiny fingerprints.
“The Chicken Ceasar Salad was ok, The Kobe Burger was great!”
“Good food, very pleasant staff. Plan to return.”
“Delightful quiet place to have a meal. We especially loved the Foccacio Bread and Olive Oil/Garlic & Spices! Fabulous recipe! Loved it! We never order delivery...”
“Delightful quiet place to have a meal. We especially loved the Foccacio Bread and Olive Oil/Garlic & Spices! Fabulous recipe! Loved it! We never order delivery from a restaurant and enjoy eating there so the meal keeps warm when served. Nice to be there instead of at home!”