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Posted by Carol on 09/15/2010
I went with my boyfriend to this place and first ordered the dinks at the bar. we ordered two ketel one martinis and the bartender poured in front of us house vodka. We asked her again for ketel and she said that it is all the same. We noticed the barback taking the bottle behind the bar and filling it up with house. We decided to stick with the wine. We ordered a cabernet and tasted like vinegar. Finally moved to the table, ordered our food and had to wait about 40min for it. Although it didnt seem to be very busy. The food was ok.Our waiter was good and friendly. The service we had from the waiter was the only good thing that we had at Casa ville. T
Posted by eastside girl on 12/21/2009
the food is decent and reasonable but service not too friendly and on the slow side. Sangria is so watered down, a pitcher have 3 glasses only because its 3/4 th ice.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/14/2009
We took a chance since my daughter loves to explore different foods especially moroccan. The atmosphere was intimate and fun while the food was absolutely delightful. We intend to return soon
Posted by Olivia on 09/26/2009
I live on 3rd and always go out on 3rd. Yesterday night my 3 friends and I randomly went down 2nd and found this little heaven. The atmosphere was just perfect, the staff friendly and the place so cute. We ordered about 5 tapas and were delighted that other than the great atmosphere this place could actually offer excellent food. The Warm Brie was amazing. As we were "licking our plates " an asking for more sangria, a Samba dancer came out of nowhere and performed an amazing show that added to our nice experience. The bill was very reasonnable so we just moved to the bar for more drinks and stayed there for another hour. The energy and vibe in this place is just so nice and pleasant. I am pretty sure I will be back very soon. I recommend this place to anyone.
Posted by terribletapas on 09/06/2009
This place is right next to my apt. and I was really looking forward to trying it out. Unfortunately, the food was horrible and they tried to make up for it by having belly dancers and an outdoor like seating. I've tried many tapas places and at least 1 or 2 out of the 7 or 8 you sample is usually good but none of it was good!
Posted by local resident on 09/04/2009
Casaville is always crowded and the reason is simply--Murray Hill has some of the crappiest restaurants in town, and this is one of the only non-Frathouse places to go. As much as I really want to love this place, it's just not that pleasant, and I've been here many times, always hoping for it to redeem itself. The physical space is lovely, and the people who work there are very nice. but it's understaffed, and the service suffers because of it. And the noise level is always too high, whether it's a live jazz band or a cd blaring through the speakers--it's always too loud for a conversation that doesn't require yelling. The food is OK. some dishes are stronger than others, and quality seems to depend on the night of the week. But it's not good ENOUGH to offset the negatives of this place, and eating here always leaves me disappointed with Murray Restaurant Hell.
Posted by Murray Hill Gal on 06/03/2009
I have been going to Casaville for quite a while now. It is my favorite place in the neighborhood since it has delicious food and a fun and attractive atmosphere. My favorite dishes on the menu are the Briwats, the baked Brie Cheese with Honey and Grapes and the Steak. They make good mojitos and a great sangria! Their price fixed special is the best deal in the neighborhood. They also offer a wonderful Happy Hour menu with good drink specials. I have brought a lot of friends here and everyone has really liked it. The staff is also very nice and accommodating.