Cork & Cap has been operating out of the their Hyde Park Square location for over a year, occupying the space formerly held briefly by J Bar Pizzeria and Indigo Casual Gourmet Cafe for many years before that. The dark interior is very similar to the remodel that was done when J Bar took over.


Pizza is still on the menu but main entrée selections have been added and are more of the focus here. With that said, I’m a pizza addict so I quickly decided on the sausage pizza for my meal. This combines Italian sausage, rapini, red onion, three cheese blend, and black truffle oil ($15). The serving size is good, my wife stole a slice and I still had another leftover. This could be shared if you added salads. The toppings were plentiful and all very fresh. Initially I missed not having red sauce on it, but this actually allowed the other ingredients to shine.

Sausage Pizza

My wife tried something that I no longer see on the menu, the pulled pork sandwich served with fries ($14). This was a little pricy but again the ingredients were high quality. I much preferred the pizza to this sandwich as the pork was a touch too dry and could have used some more sauce. Honestly I’m not surprised to see this is not on the menu anymore.

Pulled Pork

Overall we enjoyed a nice meal away from the kids. The food was mostly good, the prices were a tad high, but this makes for a good date spot. We will have to give it another try now that some of the menu has been redone and recipes have been tweaked.

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