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Friday, September 16, 2011

Capi's to close Sunday

Posted By on Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 6:30 AM

CLOSING SUNDAY: Capis in Pleasant Ridge
  • CLOSING SUNDAY: Capi's in Pleasant Ridge

Sad news in the mailbox this morning from Brent Peterson and Capi Peck:

We would like to announce that Capi's nuevo latino restaurant will close its doors this Sunday, September 18, at 3:00 after our brunch service. If you haven't had the chance to try this fabulous brunch menu, Saturday or Sunday would be the time.

The great news is that Trio's will feature many of Capi's authentic dishes — enjoyed by so many discerning palates over the last several months — on the catering menu and in the restaurant. And we will have the combined culinary skills of both staffs to create and maintain the consistency of our menus.

We are excited to announce that Trio's will open on Sundays beginning October 2 for brunch and dinner. The 11:00 to 2:30 brunch will feature many Capi's favorites along with the Trio's mainstays. We will reopen at 5:30 offering the Trio's dinner menu with rotating Capi's entree specials and the added bonus of half-off bottles of selected wines.

You may find our new Sunday brunch menu before October 2, at www.triosrestaurant.com. And remember to take a look at the catering offerings to plan your holiday party while open dates still remain.

The Trio's/Capi's family wants to thank our wonderful guests for your patronage over the last 25 years, and we look forward to serving you for many more years to come.

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