Capparelli's on Main

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After serving home-cooked Italian food at their Nacadoches location for 30 years, Gay Capparelli closed the doors when the building was condemned. But the very next day, Capparelli's on Broadway opened and is still run by Gay's father. She is now the sole owner of Capparelli's on Main (which opened May 1, 2001), and she thought it appropriate to ask some of her most faith-ful patrons to add their art to the new establishment. Gay Capparelli's gracious attitude and the restaurant's fine food encourage return visits. The highly affordable lunch specials are perfect not only for the penny pincher but also the late luncher. - Xelena Gonzalez

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