A group of 4 of us went to Capone's on a Saturday night on the first weekend of "Dine Out Vancouver." We had no problem making reservations online. When we got there, we had to wait 15 minutes for our table, even though there were other empty ones. Our waitress was great. She came to get our drinks order really quickly. When we were looking through the menus though, she told us that one of the three entree choices was no longer available. We got our appys quite fast. I had the acorn soup, which was quite good. I got the salmon for an entree, which was a bit dry, but otherwise tasty. It came with mashed potatoes and spinach, which was surprisingly good! Others at our table got the bison, which was good. My sister got the substitute entree (some sort of pesto pasta), which was okay. Our waitress came to get our dessert orders and told us that one of the two dessert options was no longer available!! When my sister and I said we didn't want the brownie, she did offer to get us a dessert off their regular menu for no cost, which was nice.
The restaurant itself is tiny. Where we sat, the tables are all in a long row along one wall with the bar and kitchen across the way. We couldn't really see the musicians (who took a 1/2 hour break pretty much as soon as we got there). The ambiance was okay.
As for the "Dine Out" experience, it was a disappointment. If I would have gone on a regular night, I would get an appy ($7-$11) and an entree (about $17) and no dessert, which would make my total meal cost $24-$28. A better deal than the $35 they charge for "Dine Out."