Situated in the heart of midtown Toronto, Capocaccia opened its doors with humble beginnings.
We came here for a friend's birthday. The atmosphere was very intimate and cozy, and very nice decor. I only had the pizza and pasta here but it was delicious. These folks know a thing or two about Italian food! Yum.
I will definitely want to come back and try the other main dishes. Will update this review once I do.
We went with friends and it was a disaster. They double charged us for one meal they gave our friend the wrong type of drink. The steak was blue when I got it instead of medium rare. When we asked the waiter how long was the dry aged steak aged for and how big was the piece he couldn't tell us. My wife's pasta had shrimp that was raw. The steak was clearly not aged as it was tough and stringy.... more
My wife and I have visited this resto twice and we're liking more it and more everytime. Our last visit we each enjoyed a salad, a main course, drinks and desert - $180 tip included.
My wife said, "one of the best salads she's had in a long time" (and fortunate for me she eats a lot of salads) and a perfectly prepared piece of fish with a small smearing of potato puree, rapini and a delicate... more
This trendy, casual restaurant serves up traditional Italian fare in a popular, bustling space on Yonge St. near St. Clair Ave.The menu features thin crust pizzas straight from a wood burning oven, a selection of pastas, salads, appetizers and homemade desserts.
Capocaccia Cafe offers these services: pizza, restaurant, pizzeria.