Casa Mia is an out-of-the way local, but nothing extraordinary. My appetizer of Polenta with gorgonzola was OK, a bit on the bland side. The entree was poached salmon with tomato, zucchini and something else. Good, except that part of the salmon tasted terrible. You know, one of those ""bruised"" parts or something, smelled like low tide. It was only a small part, but *whew*, what a stinker.
Service was pleasant, but server never checked up on me once, had to flag her down for help. Busboys were good.
Small room, loud, too brightly lit. Not cozy in a comfortable sense, just small. High ceilings make for lousy acoustics.
If you walk past one day, stop in. Otherwise, I doubt it's worth a trip.