Named for the Italian term “on a whim”, the menu of newly-opened Capriccio is just as capricious, eclectic and delicious as its italiano namesake!
Saratoga Springs seems to be bursting at the seams with new restaurants, including this latest addition on 26 Henry Street. Proud owning families Rua and Ciccone opened the new branch this past Thursday, July 14th, expanding from Albany’s Cafe Capriccio.
According to their Facebook page, the first day of business catered to a sold-out and satisfied crowd. What makes this restaurant so appealing and successful?
It could be the mouthwatering menu: antipasti dishes, house-cured artisan meats, classic pasta entrees, and wood-fired pizza. The prices are just as appealing, with a middle-ground $10-$30 range.
And it doesn’t hurt that the general management is the same as the culinary team: expert chefs Franco and Jim Rua, alongside Henry Ciccone. The two families work together to bring the high-quality “special something” that Saratogians have come to expect from local family-owned restaurants.
Capriccio does not simply rest on its laurels, either – part of its success is due to its near-contortionist adaptability. Reservations or walk-ins? Take out or waiter service? Groups and kids and outdoor seating? Check all of the above.
Add all of this to the restaurant’s weeklong noon to midnight hours, and it’s impossible to resist the Neapolitan cuisine. Take your family out, treat someone special, or indulge yourself for lunch, dinner, or drinks at Capriccio’s!
For more information, contact (518) 587-9463 or email@example.com.
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