Feast is an accurate description of this particular restaurant, because that is exactly what it is. Their Italian-themed salad bar alone defies description and the offerings there were outstanding. This was most definitely not your ordinary run-on-of-the-mill salad bar. The scope and variety of Capriz's salad bar was simply unbelievable. The salad bar included Mozzarella and Prosciutto pinwheels, Asparagus, Eggplant Parmesan, ssorted cold meats, Parmesan bits, cold Cheese Tortellini pasta, Romaine leaves with Caesar dressing, Chopped Salad with vinaigrette, White Bean Salad, Cherry Tomato Salad and many more, as well as an Olive Bar. So you see that you could quite easily overload yourself right then and there, since you are able to make unlimited trips to the salad bar if you so desire. However, please don’t make the mistake of overindulging at the salad bar, because then you would most definitely miss the star attraction – the entrée’s. In other words, pace yourselves. When you are first seated at your table, you will be given table cards that you can turn from red (meaning "stop") to green (meaning “bring more food please”), and then the servers start bringing every imaginable type of pasta and then some to your table. Our server cautioned us to the fact that we might want to take a breather every now and then in between the various courses, because until you change your table card back from green to red, the food will just keep coming. After awhile, we lost count as to just how many different items that the servers brought to our table, but some of their offerings included Spaghetti and Meatballs, Rigatoni a la Vodka with Meatballs, Shrimp Alfredo, Lasagna, Pesta Carbonara, Gnocchi with a Pesto Cream Sauce, as well as Sausages, and Rotisserie Chicken (thighs). Oh, and did I mention bread sticks! Although we thought the quality of most of their food was very good, would we put it on a par with an Italian restaurant, such as Carrabba’s? Probably not, but for $18, you will definitely get your money’s worth and will find enough of what is offered there to satisfy your tastebuds. Dessert is not included, but seriously folks, I’m not sure who could find room in their stomachs to eat dessert after a meal of that size and scope. Although we did notice that there were some other diners who had ordered dessert, but most of them were not able to finish it and asked their servers to box it up to take home with them. All in all, it was quite an experience and a great value for your dollar. Our only criticism was that there seemed to be confusion among the servers as to who was actually responsible for bringing us our bill. Other than that, the service was excellent.
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