I find it very hard to write a bad review. After patronizing Casa Tua for many years, I have visited twice in the past week. The first visit was a simple pizza, salad and wine dinner and it was OK. Pizza was good. I was a little surprised at the prices. Poor to average quality wines were way overpriced. last evening we revisited and I was looking forward to a nice evening. Things did not work out. The seating was jammed with tables 12--18" apart and we were literally sitting on top of the next party. Other diners also complained when they were about to be seated next to us. Service was slow. The place was not busy. We ordered wine ( Fuedo...a less than stellar wine at $32US/bottle) and delivery to the table was slow. We ordered brushetta expecting normal brushetta. Instead we received a small piece of French stick cut in 2 with a little tomato, garlic, buffalo, pesto and a piece of cheddar on top. Weirdest brushetta I have ever seen. My wife ordered the Salmon Affumicato with Linguine and I the Bolognese with Gnochhi. These dishes were OK but certainly nothing to stop the earth spinning.
We left without finishing. The diners next to us complained about being crammed in and the lack of privacy. The bill for eating at this cattle stop was just under a cool $100 for 2 relatively simple pasta dishes. NOT WORTH IT!!!!!!!!!!!!! Come on Casa Tua....pull up your socks and change from being an eating factory back to a restaurant....Get that seating opened up and revisit your prices...especially the wines. You are way overcharging!!!!! I suggest you visit Meema and Marco on Main Street and sample their little Tratorria with its fresh home made pastas, thin pizzas and decent prices.
I hope that you get things back the way they were. I find it difficult to justify the cost of pasta equal to or exceeding the cost of a bottle of wine.