Capi's Italian Kitchen at Navy Pier

Navy pier offers authentic Italian food served at Capi’s Italian Kitchen. It gives families the chance to enjoy a nice dinner without any reservations having to be made. Capi’s is a friendly important to families all of ages. Capi’s offers food and drinks to meet everyone in the family’s needs.

One of the most popular items is the pizza, in which is wood-stone cooked that are made to order with a variety of topping selections. Besides pizza, there are also fresh Panini sandwiches, salads, seafood, and pasta.

Capi’s is one of Chicago’s Italian eateries at its best; Capi’s Italian Kitchen has a variety of Italian favorites. There are favorites whose flavors traverse Italy from Sicily and Rome to Tuscany. For the beverages, Capi’s has a choice of drinks to meet everyone’s need. Capi’s offers beverages, wine, espresso, and beer.

Some of the favorites ordered by many includes, the Warm Spinach Salad, made of spinach topped with bacon, roma tomatoes, red onions, goat cheese, and warm Italian vinaigrette. Another top favorite is the Cavatappi with Mushrooms. This top menu choice consists of a mix of portabella, domestic mushrooms, gorgonzola cream sauce, porcini, and caramelized onions, and can be indulged for only $9.95.

Capi’s Italian Kitchen brings Chicago the delicious taste of Italian food to a casual dinner setting meant for all ages. There are many great menu choices to fulfill anyone’s cravings. From Fresh salads, different pasta’s, create your own wood-stone pizza, seafood, and Panini sandwiches. Do not forget about the wide selection of beverages: beer, wine, espresso, fountain drinks, hot tea, sparkling water, and Italian sodas.

Capi’s offers catering and special events, log onto the main website to check out a complete list of the catering and special events menu:

For further information about Capi’s menu, carry-out, catering, call (312) 276-0641, or send a fax to Capi’s to (312) 276-0644

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