Tickle your Godfather funny bone and visit Campisi’s Restaurant, which opened in 1946. Boasting legitimate ties to the Italian mafia syndicate in Dallas, Campisi’s fed the likes of Jack “Sparky” Ruby the eve of JFK’s assassination – Ruby was suspected of killing Lee Harvey Oswald two days later. But don’t let the impressive history steel the thunder from this restaurant’s home-style menu – the Campisi’s Antipesto Supreme has sliced provolone, salami, Sicilian olives, and pepperoncini peppers, and the Chicken Spinach Alfredo Pizza is made with provolone cheese. Revisit a notorious time in history while giving your stomach a meal to remember.
Disappointed in the wait staff, food, and lack of service. If you decide to make a reservation, we hope they can find it or you may be accused of being at the wrong location. The hostess and waiter continuously reminded us that they were busy. The restaurant had very large parties with a severe lack of wait staff. The food was a disappointment with the sauce being bland and lack of flavor.