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Capparelli's Italian Food & Pizza
Italian Restaurant$$
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3857 E Southcross #139 San Antonio, TX 78222
3857 East Southcross #139USTexasSan Antonio78222
(210) 337-8700
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Relaxed pizzeria doling out substantial servings of pasta, plus sandwiches, in old world environs.- Google
"Artichoke dip, tomato bread, and stuffed shrimp were delicious."
"No pepper that I could discern."
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Diana Chapa
3 months ago
Price good and food very good. Had chicken parm..yum. someone forgot to send the salad but made it up w cookies. ..the mummy Frankenstein snd a pumpkin..
Carrie Henderson
5 months ago
Pizza was great and the meatballs in a bowl or fab not too much sauce in the salad was good too.
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Rick Hidalgo
2 years ago
Lunch portion was huge! I had a small salad, chicken parmegan with riggitonni . It was amazing. I couldnt help but feel i was in a Italian mobster movie! Cant wait to return! :D
Javier garza
3 years ago
Good food great music
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Dan Wolff
11 months ago
Big Lou too busy? Good food for a fair price and no wait at all. Artichoke dip, tomato bread, and stuffed shrimp were delicious. Salad had too much meat for me though. Pizza crust was perfect, but the middle was a bit soggy.
Helen M
a year ago
Redeeming qualities: the portions are large but that's where it ends. The plates range from $10-16, so I expect a certain quality if I will be paying for something like that. 1. The salad was small and bland, mostly consisting of the tasteless Iceberg kind, 2-3 cucumber slices, 1-2 tomato slices, and some black olives if I remember right. The house dressing tastes good but it is delivered in a small container in which the spices sink to the bottom, making it a little hard to get to them unless you either dip the salad pieces or pour the whole thing on top. 2. The noodles were well cooked, not bloated - BUT - the Alfredo sauce was really bland. I'm sure there was garlic and onion in it, but there were no real traces. I can't believe I'm saying this, but a Ragu sauce - you know, the canned one - would have had a stronger, cheesier taste. This taste was more on the creamier side. No pepper that I could discern. Now, the sauce for the Tuscon plate was... well... the house dressing. It was good but for that kind of money I would expect maybe a little more mozzarella cheese and some more diced tomato. 4. The garlic butter bread, I assume, was supposed to be infused with garlic but it was mostly warm bread that was soaking in warm butter. The delicacy of toasted bread or at the least of garlic were woefully absent. 5. The tea was too sweet so I couldn't tell if it was instant or brewed. The coffee was too weak even though my mom asked for regular. 6. There only seemed to be a single waitress on staff who was great to her regulars, which were many on that Saturday we went, but she seemed a little curt with us - my mom, my little brother, and myself. 7. Variety was lacking but it's understandable for a small venue. So was the food and service terribly bad? No. It wasn't. But again, if I am going to be paying about $48 then I expect a certain quality even if the portions are not that filling. For a few more dollars I could have gone to Olive Garden or Corino's, which is not authentic but it's at least has slightly better salad, much better bread, and average pasta. Maybe I'm just better off cooking at home.
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Jamie Peal
3 years ago
we googled italian food while in san antonio as we went to go to big lous pizza and there was a 2 hr wait, we found this place was close by and we decided to give it a try. well so glad we did, the waiter was awesome, was sharp as a tack and took very good care of us and even interacted in conversation but also knew when it was time to move on, never had a glass left empty, paid very close attention and never missed anything. the food was awesome, i ordered a half order of angel hair and i thought it was larger than most full orders, everyones food was great, even the kids (4 total) shared a 16 inch pizza and took half of it home as were full. we fully intend to see this place again due to the experience, the cost is just barely higher than eating in a fast food rest and the meal is like a nice fancy italian rest. this is a great find for us. give them a shot.
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A Google User
5 years ago
I have eaten here any times for lunch and the service and food is always excellent. I finally went there for dinner and had to deal with rude staff and bad food. I ordered shrimp alfredo plate. The Alfredo was pretty good but the shrimp was horrible. My wife ordered the "POPO Special". The chicken was alright but the cheese topping was burned, and her ravioli was cold. When the waitress was informed of this, she asked us if we wanted her to go microwave the ravioli. She was not willing to fix the problems in a proper way. When we went to the counter to pay, the waitress was talking to another waitress about how rude another customer was for not tipping her. My advice is, Do not go there for dinner.
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