If you like thin crust, this pizza is worth a try. The sauce is sparse, but there is plenty of cheese and I liked the way the onions and mushrooms came out. Dough/crust is pretty good. Little pricey, but not outrageous.
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We have been visiting the Bonita Springs area for 20 years. This is our first stop on the way from the airport to our vacation home! We absolutely crave the CAPO pizza from Tony Sacco's! Others have noted that the service is not great, which...More
We were in town and decided to try this place out. The pizza was pretty decent but by no means the best I've had. Decided to try out their wings as well which were also decent but nothing special and overpriced for what they are....More
While this was never a wonderful place, it was somewhat convenient. It has gone steadily down over the last two years or so. Seems to be no one in charge. Staff was unresponsive and did not really seem to care. I travel to this area...More
Very casual restaurant. If you are into ambiance, this place is not for you. We read the reviews prior to going and decided to order two personal pizzas. We got the Napoli (meatball and ricotta) and chicken and artichoke. Our waiter, Paul, was excellent. They...More
Hard to find legitimate NY style pizza in FL but Sacco's makes a valiant effort with its coal oven. The pizza is better than most FL pies, fairly thin crusted and with some char from the coal oven. It seems that Sacco's is trying to...More