If you're in the mood for some hearty Italian food that's homemade using fresh ingredients, you won't want to miss Capriccio Saratoga. The ambiance is welcoming and you can choose to dine outdoors on the patio on a beautiful day. Start off your visit with an appetizer, such as eggplant with four cheeses, a pear salad or wood roasted oysters.
Capriccio Saratoga also has an array of pizza selections each prepared in the Neapolitan tradition. Options include margherita, shrimp, calabrese and proscuitto and egg. The restaurant also offers sit-down courses, including several pasta dishes. If you're looking for something filling, try one of the main courses. Capriccio Saratoga has chicken positano, pork chop peperonata and fresh seafood selections daily.
Price fixe menu. Great flavor on delmonico steak, but some toughness in the cut. Frutta de mare was great, rigatoni was not, the broccoli rabe was quite bitter. Cheesecake and cloudless chocolate cake were super rich, very good.
Another great meal. We had to get one last visit in before they closed. As expected, it did not disappoint.
Nice experience. Good pizza. Will return often. Nice neighborhood.
There were 5 of us in my group and we all ordered different pizzas. We enjoyed everything we ate! There is a lot of variety in the menu and we've already talked about returning to try some of the pastas. We heard a rumor that this location (Saratoga Springs) may not be open for much longer. Hope it's not true!
Ordered a Cosma and was asked "if Absolute OK?" I of course said yes, and thought "great". When the bill came we were charged $4 upcharge for "top shelf"vodka. Long wait between apps and main course. When we inquired about our pizza after a long wait, we were told it was dropped on the way to the oven and had to be remade. Poor service. Blah atmosphere.
The service uncomfortable. The server came to our table at least 5 times asking us if we were ready to order and we had are menu's open. We ordered the special which was not available.
When she poured water she announced she was doing it. When we said no to something she would frown. She made us feel like we were being rushed out. She was just awful!
The pizza sauce was acidic and doughy. The Scrimp was grilled well but on top of Pastina?
The oven roasted chicken was way overcooked, the Delmonico was cooked properly but quite fatty & the wine list way over priced.
Capriccios is always a great choice. The selection is not run of the mill. Preparation and presentation are always top shelf. The service is always impeccable-like in Italy. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
My party of 4 arrived for our 715pm reservation on time. Our table wasn't ready until 730pm. It's a cozy Italian restaurant in a quiet area. Seating is limited. Parking is tough in the surrounding area. The salads were large enough to share. The main courses were ample sized (not overly large) and very tasty. The pasta dishes included some old favorites and some creative ideas. The desserts were quite good. We shared these also. It became a fun, relaxing experience at this small Italian bistro type restaurant.
We travel to Saratoga Springsas our son and our niece attend Skidmore college and were looking for a casual but nice place to have pizza and pasta with them and a middle school age child. Even though we have been dining in Saratoga Springs for a couple of years, we had never tried Capriccio Saratoga, but were thrilled with the experience. The service was great, the atmosphere was incredibly comfortable, and the food was quite good. We will be back and would recommend it highly.
We took out clients to dinner here first time visit. The food and service was top notch. a great find and must try