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April 9, 2007
From journal Vancouver on Business
by Rose (Bud)
August 9, 2005
Capone's is a long narrow space, romantically lit, with mostly tables for two and some bench seating, along with a long polished bar. The food ranges from Italian-themed appetizers to house specialties like the smoked chicken and tomato chowder and a beautiful house salad with cashews, fresh strawberries, and chevre. You can munch your way through appetizers and individual-sized pizzas alongside a fine wine list or signature martinis, or go for generously portioned entrees, featuring chicken, seafood, and pasta, and end with a decadent dessert. After 8:00 each night, the live music adds a wonderful cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Service is VERY relaxed - your needs are taken care of, but there's absolutely no rush to hurry you through courses or push you out the door when you're done. On most nights, it's not busy enough that there are people waiting, so you can linger with your drinks or coffee and simply bask in the wonderful music.
From journal Vancouver & Vancouver Island 2005