Sometimes you just want a perfectly executed, massive plate of spaghetti pomodoro followed by an equally massive wood-grilled steak. Capo delivers on those Old World pleasures, even as its cavernous, modern space draws in young South Boston professionals and sports fans who love the back room flat screens. Dishes are generous, to say the least, not only the pizzas and homemade pastas, but also classic entrees like eggplant parmesan and chicken cacciatore. The reserve wine list is always there for special occasions, but you could also happily drink your way through the creative cocktail list and never make it to the vino.
|Venue name:||Capo Restaurant|
443 W Broadway
|Cross street:||between F and Dorchester Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 5pm-1am; Sat, Sun 11am-1am|