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Fri, 11/27
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Welcome to Capo's Italian Steakhouse & Speakeasy! Our luxurious mob-style restaurant, speakeasy theme, live nightly entertainment, and incredible food will truly offer an evening that you won't find anywhere else in Las Vegas. Growing up with his family’s Italian restaurants in Chicago and inspired by the mobster era, Nico Santucci created Capo’s, a real “speakeasy” featuring actual Al Capone’s Family Secret sauces on our "made-man" pastas. We have served nearly a million diners, no small feat for an independently owned restaurant, and are known for our famous meatballs... Capo's is the kind of place that could be your home away from home - we offer a vast menu of traditional family specialties
PRICE RANGE
$20 - $50
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
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Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
CUISINES
Italian
FEATURES
Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Free off-street parking, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Reservations, Private Dining, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music
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Reviewed today via mobile

I’ve been coming to Capo’s for family celebrations for years. The speakeasy theme (replete with the knock on the hidden door) is the perfect foray into a bygone era they evoke so perfectly with a lounge crooner, curtained leather booths, a good bar selection, and...traditional Italian food. On some nights, there’s even a magician that goes table to table entertaining families.More

Date of visit: August 2020
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Excellent service! Atmosphere is awesome. We greatly enjoyed the live entertainment. (Female vocalist.) The only reason I would not award 5 stars is the food. I've definitely had better Italian cuisine elsewhere. However, the stuffed mushroom appetizer was great. My primary entrée was the Veal...Parmigiano. It was a bit tough and the flavor was good, but not 5 star. Overall, I would certainly recommend and return to Capo's. It is an unique dining experience. MLBMore

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had the best experience at Capo’s! It felt like a real speakeasy. We were “greeted” by the host sticking his head through a secret door (picture frame, lol!) and asking who sent us; such a funny touch! The restaurant was beautiful inside. The chicken...parm, fettuccine alfredo, and lasagna were to die for! The salads were so fresh and the perfect starter for our meal. We can’t wait to go back!More

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I would definitely try this place out! Great restaurant concept. The only thing I was disappointed in is the menu says “man-made” pastas. The pasta did not taste fresh made. It was good, it just didn’t make it to the level of handmade noodle good....I had Chef sleeps with dishes, an apparent typo on the menu as the waiter stated it was supposed to be chef sleeps with fishes. The cannoli was not like the cannoli I’m used to. The filling was more like a buttercream frosting and really sweet. I’m used to a lighter creamier filling. I would go back as the food and ambiance were good.More

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed October 1, 2020 via mobile

The Chef must have been Wacked. Maybe being from Brooklyn NY, Owning an Italian Restaurant and Eating at some of the best italian restaurants in NY We didnt know what we were in For Once we saw 2 for Tuesdays our expectations went down a...Few notches Cute mob Theme, mob movies Playing on TV, live Entertainment and Friendly nice Staff. Thats Where it Ended. We Ordered Fresh Mozz and Tomato Requested roasted peppers which they did not have, but had the Basamic glaze Shrimp cocktail The Famous Meat Ball and Their Cheese Bread I always like To order a Sis of sauce before i order any Parm dishes Well thats where thi gs went from bad to worse The sauce looked like Ragu out of the jar. But was not even close That would Have been fine It had this horrible Mattlic taste and we asked if this was the Marinara that goes on the parms Waiter asked why We told him it was Disgusting He said he ad a spicey sauce, but we declined The Meatball had no shot being in the same sauce The shrimp cocktail were 20-25 size shimps in cocktail glass and had a weird taste. Mozz and Tomato was ok with giant leaves in between Cheesy bread was chessy Waitress came By to take Entree orders we asked for the Check. If Manager came by to find out why Would Have explained how to make sauce And im not ItalianMore

Date of visit: October 2020
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Reviewed September 11, 2020 via mobile

This restaurant has a mob/ speakeasy theme. Fun entering. Ziggy, wearing a tuxedo opened a little door to let you in. Very dark and dim in the restaurant. Booths and tables had the old time speakeasy look. Staff dressed the part as well. Started with...a loaf of garlic bread, hot from the oven. Ordered our dinner and it came out in a timely manner. Waitstaff very attentive and courteous. Had a female singer for live entertainment. Slightly pricey but got a lot of healthy portions. Would return here again.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed July 6, 2020

Made a reservation for a birthday dinner. Restaurant was very ice cold even though the women brought sweaters. We brought the fact that we were frozen to the staff's attention and was told that there was nothing they could do. They did move us to...another table but we were still frozen and considered leaving since our teeth were chattering at this point. Again were told there was nothing they could do. Someone must have done something because shortly thereafter the temperature became tolerable so we stayed. Service and food were excellent. They did have a singer and since we were seated close - it was difficult to talk during his songs. A magician came by also. He was very good but of course asked for a tip. A very nice dinner but was made stressful by the temperature at first and the staff negative reply (should just state that they will see what they can do with a smile and either do it or not if you want customers to return - especially since it was so cold our teeth were chattering. We brought sweaters for this reason which is common in summer AC but this temp was unbearable.) Also ask to sit away from singer if you want to talk at all during dinner and pass on the magician if you don't want to tip at the end or not interested as it will go on for a bit. Food was very good.More

Date of visit: June 2020
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Reviewed June 25, 2020

You would never know the restaurant exists. It is off the strip so it is more conducive to vistors with a car. It is an unassumung building in a strip mall. The entrance and decor are very interesting and fitting. The menu is good, the...food is better and the portions are big. They have life music which may or may not be a plus depending on the guest. Service was good. Here is the part I did not like. They proudly advertise 2-1 on Tuesdays. We saw it, pulled in, sat down, ordered drinks and then were told the 2-1 only applies to locals. I feel deceived. The entrees come with soup or salad. When I got the bill they charged an extrra $2 for the salad. So both things left a bad taste in my mouth.More

Date of visit: June 2020
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Reviewed June 23, 2020 via mobile

When you come in, it looks like you are going to enter a weird club, and on the outside it looks very scary, but once you’re in it’s really cool. When you walk through the door it looks scary and then there is... wait I...don’t want to spoil it. It’s really awesome, just know that 😎. They have live music on Tuesdays, “thirsty”Thursday, Saturday’s and Sunday’s. By the way, they have a sign outside says 2 for 1 Tuesday, but that is only if you have a “local” ID. The interior is a very rustic-classic-chic feeling. It was very dark and loud. It was pretty expensive. Over all, if you’re in Las Vegas, you definitely have to try this restaurant out. The food is delicious 🤤.More

Date of visit: June 2020
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Reviewed June 16, 2020 via mobile

Amazing! So blown away by both the food and the service! We definitely recommend this gin joint!! Soooo much food! If you order appetizer then plan on being too full for dinner and forget about desert!

Date of visit: June 2020
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vegasarubagirl
October 12, 2020|
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Response from Susan K | Reviewed this property |
Call restaurant or check their website or Facebook page. They did have a singer the night we were there but it may not be every night.
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Trail239105
August 25, 2020|
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Response from lollypop33058 | Reviewed this property |
when you call and make your reservation ask for the password
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Response from MominOC | Reviewed this property |
When we went we didn't need it. Just the reservation name.
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