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Posted by gale bonno on 10/02/2013
this is one of the best places around this area. great steak sandwiches, breakfast and the old school pizza is amazing. don't know where these other people went, but the service, quality and prices at this place are great.
Posted by Jessica Jenkins on 08/23/2013
This restaurant was just fabulous! I wish I lived here it's just so good. You're BLTs are my favorite and whoever doesn't like this place obviously has no good taste in food. You're hot chocolate is really good as well. The atmosphere makes me feel at home where my grandmother makes me homemade cookies. You should think about hiring her she makes cookies to die for. But on the down side, you're closed on Sunday's. I get up on my Sunday morning, go to church, come home sweating and hungry from all the hardcore prayer and say to myself, "Time for Casanova's", I arrive at my favorite place to eat and to my dismay you folks have shut the place down on me! Goodness gracious. You should really try to extend your hours to 24/7, 7 days a week. You guys would be stackin' money to the ceiling
Posted by Not so good on 06/24/2013
We used to love this place. Lately, the quality is going down. Pizza does not taste fresh at all. Gyro tasted off. It's not worth the $ anymore
Posted by Anonymous on 07/10/2012
Go to Casanova's on a weekly basis for breakfast - it's hard to top their french toast or the homefries. The waitress in the morning is excellent; always knows everyone's drink.
Posted by Radical Ed on 07/13/2011
The crust and cheese were great. The sauce was sharp though, a little too tangy, and the "fresh garlic" was fresh from a jar of sulfate preservatives, which messed-up the entire pie. Canned mushrooms too, rubbery and dark brown. If I knew that their "fresh" ingredients listed in the menu weren't even harvested in the last year and were pickled, I would've looked elsewhere. It's a shame when the menu lies. I really love fresh mushrooms and fresh garlic. It gives the pie and entirely different flavor than pickled veggies, which detract from the flavor.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2011
Searching for my new neighborhood pizza shop I decided to give Casanova's a try. I ordered their large pizza with the works. After paying over $17.00 I got home to open the box and found a pizza loaded with mushrooms and little of anything else. I counted 8 pepperoni slices, found no onions and a few small pieces of green pepper. Their menu says it includes anchovies but there weren't any at all on the pie. I also couldn't tell if it included any meatball but some of what I thought was sausage might have been tasteless ground beef. It's ashame they charge for topping and decide to skimp. The girl at the register just stares at you when you walk in and doesn't say a word to you...just a blank stare. Of course you don't get a "thanks for your business" after you pay but that seems to be common to all businesses in this part of the country. Sorry Casanova's but in my opinion you guys suck and I will not be back.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/07/2011
The food Quality is great but as far as going in at night time on fri/sat for something too eat there is a attitude in the air. And the place is very priceee when it comes too eating there on a regular basis. There are better deals in the area.