La Casa Nova's PERMANENTLY CLOSED

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La Casa Nova's, Flagler Beach

La Casa Nova's

210 Old Kings Road S., Flagler Beach

Avg. Rating

out of 5
Service
out of 5
Atmosphere
Rating: 80% - 40 Reviews

Total

4.00
4.00 out of 5

La Casa Nova's Details (Closed)

  • Phone: (386) 439-9670
  • Address:

    210 Old Kings Road S., Flagler Beach

  • Hours: Closed
  • Price Range: $$$
  • Payment: VISA, MC
  • Alcohol Served: Full Liquor Bar

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Reviews of La Casa Nova's

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  1. Review by Terry M, Dallas, TX 12/23/2009
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    We have been going to La Casa Nova's for about 3 years during bike week and the food is fantastic. I've spent more than my share of time in NY and you won't find any better NY Italian food any where. The family that owns the place make you feel like family and are wonderful people. During our 10 stay we try to have dinner there at least every other night.

     
        
  1. Review by Susan Rawson, Atlanta, GA 6/5/2009
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    We were traveling from Atlanta to Melbourne Fl. on May 22nd and stopped for dinner at this charming restaurant. Great atmosphere! My husband ordered the sausage and peppers pasta dish. He really enjoyed this dish and the red sauce was so flavorful. I ordered the shrimp fra diavolo sp? pasta dish which was billed as spicy which I love. The shrimp were sumptuous and the sauce - very spicy and so unique. The owner Barbara told us that all sauces are homemade and the recipes have been kept in the family for years. My daughter's cheese pizza was special - again the red sauce unique. The owner is pretty and fun. Wish we had a family owned restaurant like this near us in Atlanta - our neighborhood is swamped with chain restaurants.

     
        
  1. Review by Stacey Miller, Plantation Bay 6/2/2009
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    Heard about this restaurant from a few of my friends and wanted to try it for myself, and am very glad I did. The food was excellent. I had the Penne al la Vodka and my friend had a couple slices of pizza, no complaints it was all very good. The place was decorated very nicely and the owners were very friendly; I found the whole atmosphere to be very comfortable. I will definitely be back here again.

     
        
  1. Review by M & M John J. Thomas, Brighton, MA 5/24/2009
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    Over the past 6 weeks or so we have spent over a week in Palm Coast on 2 different occasions while looking for a house, and most recently buying a house. During these periods we have had dinner 3 times at La Casa Nova's. When we finally re-locate to Palm Coast from the Boston area, La Casa Nova's will be a regular dining-out location for my wife and I. We have tried several Italian restaurants in the area, and this is by far the best. You feel welcomed the minute you walk through the door, and when you learn that this is a family owned and operated restaurant you understand why. The owners are also part of the staff, and their main goal is for you to have a pleasant dining experience. We have enjoyed chicken, veal & pasta dishes and can't decide which we like best. If you're not in the mood for a full meal, their pizza is the best we've had in Florida. The taste, preparation & presentation of your meal will remind you of the finest Italian restaurants you have eaten in. Give them a try, you won't be sorry.

     
        
  1. Review by Chris, Palm Coast 5/17/2009
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    One of my favorite places to eat at - have been twice now - and the food is always amazing. The service is unmatched, and is possibly one of my favorite parts. The family that owns the restaurant is very friendly and personable and go out of their way to make you feel welcome. It almost feels like you are dinning in their home, and you are the star guest of the evening. They even stayed open an hour past closing so we could eat. And, now I think I am officially hooked on their garlic knots with marinara!! Clearly, this is a very unique restaurant that will remain one of my favorites for a while. I offer my strongest recommendation to others to try this restaurant. If you have not been, you should make plans to go. I know I will be back soon!

     
        
  1. Review by Tom, Palm Coast 5/16/2009
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    I lived in Palm Coast for more than 20 years and have seen many Italian restaurants come and go and come back again in some cases. This particular one has always stood out for me as one of the best ever in this town ever since they opened because they have always been very friendly and make you feel welcome like family. On top of that their food reminds me of my grandmother’s home cooked meals and my grandmother's mother and father were right off the boat from Italy to NY. If you’re looking for microwave pizza or pre-frozen pasta dishes that always come out of the microwave “perfect” (and often over seasoned or too spicy) every time go to Olive Garden or I hear domino’s does pasta now. But for a real home style flavor and homemade sauces with friendly family oriented atmosphere then La Casa Nova’s is the place for you! And just on a side note in reference to a previous review this restaurant’s dinner menu has recently been redone and does not show calzones listed for their dinner menu, and they no longer do lunch as their business hours are currently 4pm-10pm.

     
        
  1. Review by Paul, Palm Coast 5/15/2009
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    My wife and I are originally from New York and have gone to some excellent restaurants in Yonkers, the Bronx and of course NYC. We just found out about La Casa Nova's about 2 months ago, and were more than pleasantly surprised. The food is great. We have had about 4 or 5 items on the menu, and were more than satisfied. La Casa Nova's is now our favorite place to dine. The owners are pleasant and friendly, always checking on us to see if we needed anything. Listening to Sinatra and Dino music made it feel like home. Palm Coast has a winner in La Casa Nova's. I am recommending this restaurant to everyone I know.

     
        
  1. Review by Amanda, Flagler County 5/10/2009
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    The food was okay, nothing spectacular. The reason for the "poor" rating is the owner's 3 year old grandchild was a constant nuisance all throughout dinner. The boy was talking to our child while we were trying to eat dinner. When asked by my daughter to let us alone while we ate (in front of the grandmother mind you), the boy paid no attention and kept being a disturbance. He was under our table several times throughout dinner, and when he left our table-side for a brief moment , he quickly returned crawling inside a box. The most offensive part of this ordeal was when our food came and my daughter was trying to eat, this boy kept poking her in the back. My sister asked him to stop so that we could eat in peace, and his reply was "shhh, close your pie hole"! Can you believe it? We could not. The owners made several comments which made it sound like this child is always permitted to roam freely among the patrons. Even though the food was okay and the owners were very nice, we will not be returning due to the actions of this child. We cannot believe that the grandparents allow this child to behave in this way at their place of business.

     
        
  1. Review by Dick, Flagler Beach 4/17/2009
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    Just returned from dinner at La Casa Nova and I had the best Veal Marsala that I have ever tasted. I have been all over the USA and always order veal marsala at any Italian restaurant that I go into and not many have even come close to this. The veal was so tender that it melted in my mouth and the marsala was excellent. My wife had eggplant parm and she also said that it was terrific. We had some bad experiences at first but this restaurant has come a long way since they opened and if you have tried it and was disappointed I would strongly suggest that you try it again. We have always enjoyed the pizza and have had it on our previous two visits. When I told Barbara that I liked veal marsala she told me to come back and try it as her son makes the best. I am glad that I did and will be back for more at a later date.

     
        
  1. Review by Johnny G., Hammock Dunes 3/27/2009
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    Been here two years from Brooklyn and never knew this place was here. I tried it twice, once for Pizza and once for Veal Marsala. I also had the Bruchetta as an appetizer.Fresh homemade Italian bread. Let me tell you that you can go to NY or NJ and still not find better stuff. The Pizza was Unbelievable, as was the Marsala on my second trip. Highly recommended. The staff and atmosphere and 50's music brought me back to good old days. Barbara, the owner said they will be starting Early Bird specials and happy hour this Monday from 4PM to 6PM. I know where I'll be every Monday when every other restaurant is closed.

     
        
  1. Review by George B., Palm Coast 3/10/2009
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    I can only believe that the people who gave this place 5 stars must eat at Denny's. My wife is Italian and makes some great Pasta dishes. I specifically went around town ordering Calamari Marinara. Casa Nova failed in all sectors. The salad was poor and non descript.. The bread was typical with plastic butter capsules; no olive oil dip. My Calamari had 5 pieces of Calamari with 4 pieces of shrimp. Probably cost them $2.50 for the entree which they charged $15.95 plus $1.00 for the so so salad. My wife had Chicken Marsalla for which she could taste no wine

    Everything is overpriced for what you get and I'll give this place 6 months before it closes.

     
        
  1. Review by Ray, Oslo, Norway 3/10/2009
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    It was wonderful meal and such a beautiful atmosphere. They played my favorite music. I came all the way from Europe to visit Florida. I'm so glad I stop and ate at such a friendly, fun, and family oriented place. I would like to see a place like that in Oslo.