Longstanding Carroll Gardens Italian eatery, Casa Rosa, closes doors

Jan 02, 2014 934

Say ciao to the hot antipasto and the veal Parmigiana. Casa Rosa, a longstanding Carroll Gardens restaurant offering classic southern Italian fare, quietly closed down last week after more than 30 years in business in the brownstone enclave where rents are on the rise.

The quaint eatery on the corner of Court and Carroll Sts. opened in 1979, making it one of the oldest red sauce joints in the neighborhood. Owner Louis Catuogno, who took over Casa Rosa in the late 1990s, died in August at the age of 62. Catuogno's daughter Gina Marie, who took the reins after he passed, refused to comment on the restaurants closure.

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