The History Of

Capo/s

While speakeasies ruled during Prohibition—the era from 1920 to 1933 when the federal government banned the sale, manufacturing and transportation of alcohol—the necessity by which they doled out booze on the quiet (hence, “speak easy”) waned when Prohibition was lifted. Though the details have faded into history (lesser joints were called Blind Pigs/Tigers), the more romantic notions of illicit tipples, flappers and bathtub gin continue to ignite the fires of our imaginations.

Indulge in the romance and excitement of the Prohibition era at our Italian restaurant, where you can experience the thrill of speakeasy-style dining. The restaurant is designed to transport you back in time to the era when alcohol was banned, and you had to speak easy to get a drink. Our restaurant has two locations, the original Capo’s and the newer, more modern Capo’s 2, both offering a unique and unforgettable dining experience.

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5675 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 364-2276