Capo – Spaghett’ about it

Capo Boston

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Capo – Spaghett’ about it

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Kristian from Boston

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Deep down, every human being knows exactly what we all want from life: pasta, pasta and more pasta. Luckily, Capo delivers – not literally, unfortunately, but their pasta is definitely worth the trip out to South Boston. All of their pastas and sauces are made in house, and they have a decent amount of vegetarian/pescatarian options. If you’re looking to eat light but just can’t pass up the carbs, they also offer half-portions which are enough to fill you up without feeling guilty afterward.

If you’re not a pasta fan – firstly, how dare you; secondly, STILL go to Capo because they have something for everyone. I haven’t had their pizza yet, but I have stared longingly at it from a distance. They also have a nice variety of snazzy apps and antipasti (grilled octopus, fried artichokes, etc.)

Capo also hosts a variety of fun events, including regular live music and comedy, so check out their Facebook page for the full calendar when planning a night out. Also, if you visit during the summer, don’t forget to check out the pop-up gelato stand out front for some sweet treats!

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Kristian from Boston

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So much to do, so much to see, so what's wrong with hitting the back streets?

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Address

443 W Broadway , Boston

Telephone number

+16179938080

Opening Times

Mon - Fri 17:00 - 01:00, Sat - Sun 11:00 - 01:00

Price

Zucca pizza: US$ 12

Website

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