Capri's Pizza Legendary Stuffed Pizza

Capri's Pizza, Liberty NC
I've traveled around the world, been to Europe and eaten a lot of great food, but when I come home to Liberty and want to order pizza I'm so lucky to live in Liberty, North Carolina and be able to walk downtown to pickup their legendary stuffed pizza. It's almost as good as being in Rome.

Stuffed crust at Capri's Pizza
If you're not familiar with their stuffed crust pizza, you may be scratching your head in confusion and dismay, but let me digress from my usual professional self for a moment and explain. It's not a deep-dish like Chicago, nor is it anything like a Stromboli. It's like a regular pizza with a double crust lid, but oh so much more. Capri's takes their own hand-made pizza dough and inserts their famous zingy sauce, stuffs it with pepperoni, Jersey deli sausage, ham and ricotta cheese. That's right, ricotta! It's all baked to perfection where the innards combine to form a lasagna like consistency, meat filled, gooey greatness, then they douse the lid of the thing with olive oil, butter, and Parmesan cheese. It's like pizza, bread sticks, and a fancy Italian type dinner all in one pizza.... and it's out of this world.

It will cost you about $20 for the pie, but comparatively speaking this pizza is on a whole new level. While their traditional pizzas are a far more similar to other pizzerias, their stuffed pizza is one of a kind just like Liberty.


Capri's Pizza
235 W Swannanoa Ave
Liberty, NC 27298
(336) 622-6900

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  1. Didn't have such a great experience here at Capri's. Was one of our favorite places to order from, then we went in to have dinner. They took a great deal of time getting our order to us and then when it came it actually was set down on another customers (who showed up 30 minutes after we did) table and their kids picked food off of our appetizer order, when the waitress went back to their table not only did she look confused but the patrons told her that they didn't think that was their order, she took the tray back to the kitchen, all the while we watched to see how this would unfold, and the waitress returned almost immediately to our table with the same tray and set it down. I looked at my husband and said to the young waitress, "I don't believe so". My husband was steaming and he told the young lady that she would not give us the same tray she just picked up from the table behind us and expect us to eat it??? She said, "No" and quickly apologized and said that the owner had told her to deliver it to our table. I looked at her and said, "not after they had just eaten off of it , you just don't do that to customers". I picked up my belongings and told the kids to follow me. My husband went to the register to let the owner/manager know we were leaving and went to pay for the drinks we were served. The manager started to cash him out when the waitress looked at him (the manager) and said, "You aren't going to charge them are you?" Which after she said that he closed the register and told my husband he was sorry. Becareful where you eat in Liberty, we have only a few (can count on one hand and have a finger or two left over) good places to eat. We are slowly diminishing our dining culture here. We need new better establishments!!!

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