Urban Vistro

Urban Vistro

Vitor’s started out as a coffee shop, but the name was changed from the Coffee Cap Cafe™ in the Summer of 2006. Our previous restaurant, Mokka™, was located in Newport, Kentucky, and our chef has worked at the world-renowned 5-star Nana Grill™ in Dallas, as well as Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse™ in Cincinnati. In 2005, we were voted best of the city for French toast in the December issue of Cincinnati Magazine, and rated best for breakfast in the City Beat Coffee Cap. You can also find an article featuring us in the Cincinnati Weekly’s dining out guide for November of 2005. Coffee Cap was also voted best in brunch by AOL City. In May 2009, we won the “Best of Taste” for our Unforgettable French Toast and the “Award of Excellence” for our Walnut/Coconut Encrusted Shrimp with a Peach/Mango Spiced Reduction in the Taste of Cincinnati food competition. In March 2012 with the success of Chef Vitor’s culinary vision, he found a need to broaden the variety of food being served. Therefore the Bonsai Sushi Bar at Vitor’s™ was born offering world class sushi made from scratch, in house by a specialty culinary team. By late 2015 things were going so good that Chef Vitor decided that he wanted to take his food to the streets! The restaurant was move to a new location to focus efforts on the new food truck purchased and to make his vision possible. Which is where you will find Chef Vitor today, in the kitchen and on the streets, sharing his culinary mastery with people who would possibly not have experienced it otherwise. So keep an eye out for The Urban Vistro™ food truck in your area.