Casa Rugantino has an extremely tiny dining room, with a total of about 8 tables. This makes for a very poor atmosphere, as you feel cramped and claustrophobic in the tiny space. And in winter, every time the front door opens, you feel a blast of cold air. But worse than the atmosphere was the service. With two wait staff serving a total of 8 tables, you would think service would be timely and efficient. But at Casa Rugantino, they have decided not to split the duties between the two, and instead both wait staff handle all the tables. The results are less than impressive. We were asked by both what we would like to order to drink, and twice whether we were ready to order. When we did place our order, we were then asked by the other if we had ordered yet! This was baffling, since the place is so small you can see and hear everything that's going on. But why don't they communicate with each other? When the dinner arrived, they forgot to bring the bread that was supposed to accompany my dinner. One of the staff noticed, and asked me if I'd like some bread!? Yes please! But did she bring it? No! In addition to this, my drink remained empty for the duration of our meal. In terms of quality of food, I can't really say it was worth the price. I had ordered the canneloni, and it really wasn't that good. It was typical of the canneloni you would get from the frozen foods isle in your supermarket. The Bruschetta was tasty, but it consisted of 4 tiny slices. My wife ordered pizza, and while she said it was good, she said it was nothing special, and she's tasted better pizzas from Dominos and the like. Overall, this restaurant was poorly organized and overpriced. I will not go back.