Visiting Boston and stopped for dinner at Antonio's. What a find! The food was amazing, service was great. Thank you, Michael! Can't recommend it highly enough.
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Small, quaint, cozy environment. Busy yet doesn't feel chaotic. Very good food. Piping hot. Service was very good. Tiramisu is excellent! Throughly enjoyed our experience.
Bad staff and horrible food. The free couvert was a slept bread with airplane butter. Ordered a carbonara past and for my surprise: no egg on it! First time I see that in my life. The dish came with "1 liter" of white sauce, no...More
Food was hearty and huge portions. Every time we walked by this place was hopping. Noisy, upbeat vibe. A good evening out in Beacon Hill
My son and I had a lovely meal here. It included linguine with clam sauce and swordfish pizziola. Both dishes were delicious and moderately priced. Portions were large, and service was fine. This is a definite winner in my book.
First of all, the food is not Italian. It is Americanized-Italian like. Second, the quality is poor: primarily reheated & served in huge portions without much taste or flavor. It reminds me of what my school cafeteria forced upon us when I was a student....More
Tiny place in a busy section of town- expect to wait unless you have a reservation. We started with Cesar and Caprese salads. Both tasty. Wife loved the eggplant parm, graduate couldn't finish the stuffed veal special, other sons devoured the Spinach Rav and Chicken...More
We had dinner here last night, and I think it is as good as the Hill in St Louis or Little Italy in New York. Very tiny and quite noisy, with tables crowded together, really gave a familiar, homey feel. We had a shrimp appetizer,...More