Antonio’s is always an affordable and a reliable night out. Their dinner prices are fair and it is impossible to rack up a liquor bill since it is BYOB. Instead, you can arrive with all of the booze you’d like and drink it in quantities of your choosing.
We dined in this restaurant once in December and once this past weekend. In the two experiences, we have been able to sample lots of their Italian fare.
Their buffalo calamari is very good. This seems to be a staple of ours. Unfortunately though, their bleu cheese is mediocre, at best. For us, the bleu cheese dressings and crumbles will completely make or break a dish.
The bread and rosemary/olive oil combination was tasty, but we just wished for fresh rosemary and not the dried spice.
For main courses, we’ve had the linguine with clams in a white sauce, Bolognese, penne with chicken, spinach, and roasted red peppers in a lighter sauce, a chicken dish with fresh mozzarella, spinach, and red peppers in a creamier sauce, and the penne vodka with chicken. Everything has been delicious.