The ambience is straight out of Southern Italy (so I'm told) and the coffee itself must come from heaven :). Sarah and Joe, long time neighborhood residents and owners of Cafe Capri make coffee preparation an art, and it shows. They will ask you a whole list of questions, form what kind of milk to what kind of topping to whether you want the lid flap opened or closed - but I usually just tell them to make it the way they think is best and they have yet to lead me astray.
Seating is about 5 little cafe tables and chairs (one or two of which make their way outside in nice weather) and is often at least partially occupied by neighbors who have come to socialize of just read the paper.
Shelves along the wall bear an assortment of impressive Italian treats and coffee making tools, while the counter is piled high with fresh pastries and individually wrapped candies.
Extra bonus: the iced coffee is served over more frozen coffee instead of ice cubes, so it never gets watery and you always get your money's worth.