I had an Al Capone Cocktail, Pizza and a Cesear Salad. Everything had flavor and the atmosphere was open. When I got there at 8pm, the place was empty, so I had at least 3-4 waiters servicing my table.
The Al Capone Cocktail had a citrusy, orange taste to it, which was fruity and decent. The salad was huge... and it wasn't your typical Cesear Salad with dressing... this was a 'traditional' salad with lettuce, fried bacon, warm crutons and some type of light dressing... It was not Cesear but it was definitely delicious. The bread and sauces that with every table can fill you up even before you receive your entree. Bread was very unique and half of it is filled with cheese, very delightful with the basil sauce they give.
Now for the Al Capone Pizza, this thing had a piece of bacon covering each slice... Along with an intense anchovy. I could live without the anchovy being on the pizza due to its intense flavor, but ate it because it brought a unique taste to the pizza. If you like the intense fish flavor on your pizza, go for the Al Capone. Even without the anchovy, this pizza had character because of the sauce, cheese and the mix of herbs.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.