Some of our readers may be familiar with Capone’s meals who even before the Covid pandemic were active in helping those most in need in Thailand and Pattaya.
The founder, Brian Presson, and his partners are soon starting a new endeavor, Capone’s pizza, which will have delicious pasta and pizza starting from November 1st, but in which a significant portion of the profits will go to Thai charities with Capone’s meals. You can learn more about Brian and his history and Capone’s meals by visiting their Facebook and seeing the pinned post here.
Capone’s will be making pizza with 100 percent imported ingredients from Italy including flour, cheese, and toppings that will not cut corners for quality and flavor. A good portion of the profits will go to Thai charities from Capone’s meals as mentioned. Capones plans to deliver full pizzas or by the slice, with a 2-slice minimum. They will also have pasta, famous meatball subs, and chicken wings. Capones will have indoor dining, however, will be focused primarily on delivery.
Capone’s pizza will be Roman-style square pan pizza, American style with 100 percent imported ingredients all natural. In a nutshell, they are Americanized Roman pizza.
Capone’s meals estimate that during the pandemic they gave about 50,000 meals to the homeless and families in need but now focus on human trafficking victims as well as assisting with security, job placement, training, and donating to poor Thai goat farmers making them self-sufficient. They also give to other local charities.
Capone’s meals do not accept donations from the public, all the charity is done by Brian and his mother, Carole Capone.
Capone’s looks forward to seeing you and your loved ones soon or having you enjoy their delicious meals from home.
They expect to be open around early November with delivery services on Foodpanda and Grab before that date. We will provide further updates here including their address and contact information and in future articles when they are open!
The original version of this article appeared on our sister website, The Pattaya News, owned by our parent company TPN media.