Boston >Food & Dining > Antonio's
286 Cambridge St, Boston, MA | Directions 0211442.361008 -71.068226
Neighborhoods: Beacon Hill, Back Bay
Great food, good prices – Went here for lunch with 4 coworkers, upon the recommendation af others in the office.
Our sandwiches and calamari special were all very tasty. I had the eggplant/prosciutto/provelone sandwich. Looked great and tasted awesome.
Family run joint, and those of you not privy to the industry, the workers there are passionate, not rude. The girl above who said it was'the worst experience of her life ever', needs to live more.
I'm bringing a date here soon. Great spot!
Nasty Angry Waitstaff - Shockingly Bad Service – If you can, please avoid this restaurant. The waitstaff is shockingly rude and for the first time in my life, I felt physically threatened. I cannot believe this business is allowed to operate in a family community. One day, someone is going to call the police. I wish it had been me.
Cheap and OK – So the portion sizes in this joint are OK, you get plenty of bang for ya buck.
The pasta I had was a little bland, not North End standards - it is catering for the hospital crowd from MGH and that is kinda obvious.
The bald water guy had a bit of an attitude on him as well today which sucked.
Overall - not bad but you are better hitting the North End or Artu on Charles.
Try the gnocci! – I thought food was very good and authentic, and the wait staff knowledgeable and the prices extremely reasonable. The waiter let me know what was homemade and what was exceptional. lots of local Italians eat there, speaking in Italian.
i like it very much – my fiance and i like this place very much. its not the best italian food in the city but its decent.
Editorial Review – Beacon Hill Italian spot serves up authentic dishes in an historic setting with a classic "Boston" feel.
intimate, casual, elegance – We celebrated my husband's birthday here - just the two of us. It was great food without any pretense. Perfect blend of white tablecloths and casual family atmosphere. Sounds cliche, but the tiramisu was fabulous. We started off with an order of antipasto and tomato/basil/mozzerela. hThen we had chianti, and marasala steak and veal picatta -wonderful!
Best Lobster Ravioli – I have lived on Beaon Hill for the Last year...in that time I have frequented many restaurants...of all those restaurants Antonio's is by far the best Italian food, outside of my grandma's kitchen! I recomend the lobster ravioli when you go, it's to die for!!
Authentic in the Hill – Cozy and clean. This Beacon Hill spot does up many a spot in the North End. Reasonably priced with large portions, you can't go wrong. Try the Spinach Ravioli or one of the gnocci creations for a hearty meal. Waitstaff are a bit gruff, but very friendly underneath their thick accents. Make reservations on a weekend.
Best Italian in Boston! – The food is amazing, the atmosphere is family, and the prices are perfect!
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