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Capri Club Restaurant & Theater Bar - Closed

4285 NW 107th Ave.
Doral, Fl 33178


  • Tuesday to Friday Lunch 11:30 am - 03:00 pm Wednesday to Thursday Dinner06:00 pm - 12:00 am Friday and Saturday06:00 pm - 03:00 am
Capri Club: International tapas bar serving small plates, where Consultant Chef Alfredo Alvarez and Executive Chef Hernando “Nando” Cely took inspiration from Asian, Spanish and Latin ingredients. Our menu consists of various sections, each with their own identity and prepared with knowledge and technique so guests can indulge in a variety of different dishes and flavor combinations. Capri Club also offers and array of entertainment in their Micro Theater, ranging from artist performances, comedians, mini-plays and cabaret style shows. OUR CHEFS: With over 30 years of culinary experience under his belt, including famed restaurants Trattoria Dopo Teatro in New York and Seasalt & Pepper (now Seaspice), and celebrity clients such as Robert de Niro, Andy Garcia, Michael Douglas, Bill Clinton and more, Venezuelan born Chef Alfredo Álvarez crafted and created this one of a kind menu as executive culinary consultant for Capri Club. Executing for Capri Club is Chef Hernando “Nando” Cely who was born and raised in Bogota, Colombia. At the age of 20 he finished his studies at The Institute of Culinary Arts of Colombia, then moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina to learn more about the country’s the culinary world. He further pursued his passion in the US, starting with a stop in New York and finally landing in Miami where he found comfort in calling it home. There he worked alongside Catalan Chef Marc Vidal who taught him Spanish cuisine. He also worked with Louis Quant at Bulla Gastrobar where he redefined his passion for the small “tapas” plates. His most recent project before Capri Club was at Vagabond Restaurant as a sous chef sharing the kitchen with Los Angeles based Executive Chef, Alex Chang.
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