Capone's feels like a speakeasy from the 1920's and plays great music (you won't see flappers, but the music is exactly what you'd hope to hear driving home in traffic). Decorated with antique mirrors, bookshelves, plush chairs, and overhead lighting, the restaurant has a very old-fashioned, almost sexy feel to it.
Let's just take a moment to talk about my favorite part of Capone's (other than the pizza); The bathrooms. Looking like a lost nomad, I was pointed in the direction of a large bookshelf by the bar. I pushed the secret passageway door to find the restroom, and I was way too excited about it. I felt like I was entering Narnia or playing a game of hide-and-seek on my lunch break. It was awesome.