Villa Di Capo Ristorante Italiano, where excellent food, great prices, and superior service are our reputation. We offer daily specials that are sure to please, as well as a wide variety of Italian favorites that have satisfied our patrons for over 50 years.
We make our own sauces in our kitchen fresh every day using authentic Italian recipes. Our reputation for excellent sauce is well known throughout New Mexico.
At Capo’s you don’t have to be health conscious because we already are. We are proud to say we use only the finest ingredients in everything we prepare.
Our simple formula for success is this: satisfied customers. Please feel free to express your feelings with us and any suggestions you may have. Thank you for choosing to dine with us.
We are located in the J. A. Skinner Building, a registered historical landmark. Situated on the old “Route 66,” it represents one of the few examples of art deco design in Albuquerque.
The building, built in 1931, was designed as the main store in a chain of family owned groceries, and has always been divided into two stores (now two dining rooms). The east dining room retains the original pressed metal ceiling and ceramic wall tile wainscoting with geometric motifs, and the original school-light ceiling fixtures.
The main facades of the building on the North and West are surfaced in imported terra cotta. The display windows are divided by pillars with a stylized papyrus design, framed by volutes and topped by several bands of geometric design, Just above are bronze covered transoms which are glazed with small squares of opalescent glass in a green and black pattern, reminiscent of the depression era. The name “J. A. Skinner” is etched into the North facade of the building.