BY MIKE PUCKETT
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Caffe Capri was opened on september 18, 1995 by rami cerone, Texas A&M class of 95, relying solely on money from credit card cash advances. It was a bold move, especially since downtown was not yet established. Sixteen years later however, this restaurant continues to grow and has won numerous awards such as ‘Best Italian’ and the ‘Aggie 100’ fastest growing businesses in the world.
The menu is a combination of recipes: some consist of items that come directly from the cerone family kitchen. many are the result of rami constantly experimenting with different ingredients – what you see are the recipes that actually worked. The marinara sauce is a secret recipe from his fathers family. So secret in fact, that until november of 1995, his father would come twice a week just to make 30 gallons of sauce (but not before chasing everyone out of the kitchen). Thankfully however, business picked up and twice a week was no longer enough so rami finally learned the recipe. The open kitchen is there so you can see the food being prepared – we have nothing to hide.
PHOTOGRAPHY: MIKE PUCKETT
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