My husband and I dined at Antonio's on a Saturday night, and everything from start to finish was fantastic. They brought us a small antipasto dish and warm bread. We started with appetizers - crab cakes with red pepper sauce and shrimp cocktail -- 3 huge shrimp with 2 great dipping sauces. I had Pork Osso Buco that literally fell off the bone, with a sweet potato pancake that was so flavorful. He had a huge veal parm with a side of homemade ravioli. Possibly the best ravioli I have ever tasted. And my husband, the connosieur of veal parm, said it was the best he's had. We topped it off with dessert - creme brulee with a fresh fruit salad, and banana bread pudding with vanilla ice cream. Delicious! A little on the expensive side, but totally worth it!!