I am allergic to wheat so GF is a must. Food here was good, service was great. A little on the expensive side, but everything in San Fran is. I’ll definitely go back next time I’m in town.
Amazing find, same owners as Tony's and have celiac friendly gluten free pizza!
Great options for a nice evening out. Good bar and decor. Fun atmosphere and delicious gluten free foods! We had the masticcioli (?) and the gluten free pepperoni pizza. Sooooooooo good.
What a great place! Was in SF on vacation. Cool space with brick inside and pictures of mafia Capos. The service was excellent. I let them know about my gluten issues and they were able to serve up some awesome food. Complementary house made Minestrone soup, no noodles for me. Had the perfect pork chop and potatoes with a balsamic and apple bacon glaze. Finished up with sweet Spumoni. If I'm in SF again I'd visit anytime.
Capo's is amazing. They have a sister restaurant called Tony's which has a full gluten free menu and separate kitchen space. Capo's doesn't have a gluten free menu printed but I called ahead and they can make gluten free pizza (pretty much any toppings you want except meatballs have breadcrumbs so skip those) and almpst any pasta on the menu as well. One of the managers is gluten free so they have their kitchen well trained. I am not Celiac but am highly sensitive to cross-contamination; I would venture to guess that this place is Celiac friendly given the service I received last night.Both our server and the manager assured me my pizza would be cooked and prepared cleanly. 12 hours later still feeling fine (well, except for being stuffed).They also have cider and Damm Daura gluten free beer which I had never tried before. It's as good as everyone says. They also serve this italian white bean soup that has noodles in it before the meal. They brought me a bowl with no noodles and it was awesome.The pizza was easily the best gf pizza I've ever had and the service was incredible. I felt well taken care of eating here.