Capparelli's is small and a bit crowded. The service was quick with the waitress immediately recognizing us and letting us know she'd be right back. The pasta dish came with a salad and plenty of garlic bread. I had the cheese ravioli (6 in a marinara sauce) without the meatball. My only "complaint" would be that of course I paid for the meatball (but that is typical for vegetarians) and I would have liked a little more garlic on the garlic bread. My husband had the eggplant parm sandwich, which came with a bag of chips. The bread was fresh and tasty and the eggplant was perfect.
They also offer lunch specials and a smaller plate at a smaller cost for over 65. This is, apparently, the second location for an old family owned business that started in Pleasanton, TX. We were excited to see it opening as the only other Italian restaurant in town offers very few vegetarian choices and no pizza. Another pizza place is good but not full Italian (and there is a pizza food trailer but their hours are very irregular). Of course I can cook Italian at home for a lot less but the prices are reasonable and it is a great place for when we want to eat out.
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