Capers food is very good but unfortunately my boyfriend and I will never go back, there were several roaches crawling on the wall, one guy killed three baby roaches with the napkin and showed it to the people in the back, they said that they were exterminating thats why they are running out. It was disgusting, the carpet is so dirty and the bathroom needs to be powerwashed, it really is a health hazzard and I can't believe they are still serving food while they try to kill off roaches!
Capers is the best place in town to get a juicy, yummy, great tasting Delmonico Steak!!! Enhance your meal with a baked potatoe with sour cream & salad, and like me, a Long-Island Iced-Tea! Must go on the weekends.
I just ate at Capers for the very first time and boy was I delighted! My husband and some of my friends have told me about this place for years and I always thought they were exaggerating. They were NOT! You pick your steak (New York Strip, Delmonico (ribeye), T-bone, or filet by the ounce, the potatoes are stuffed with a selection of broccoli, cheddar cheese, bacon, sour cream and they are HUUUGE! We went at about 4:00 p.m. on a Saturday afternoon and we were seated and served right away. They say it can get real crowded and the place only seats about 50 people. The decor reminds me of a south side bar in Chicago---small, but clean, dimly lit with small square dining tables, no table cloths. Several big screens throughout, a nice sized bar, and very friendly wait staff. If you like steak, forget about the chain steakhouses and go to Capers----check out the pictures of the dessert. Oh yeah, my husband and I both got delicious, 12 oz Delmonico steaks cooked to perfection, dinner salad that we made ourselves, we split a stuffed baked potato and a pitcher of beer (they had 32 oz Miller lights on special for $3), a hunk of carrot cake and a hunk of chocolate cake, iced tea and the bill only came to $43. Let me know if you can top that!!!