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Posted by jean and bill on 03/21/2013
I go here every chance I get. Between the food and staff it's heaven on earth. Every dish I have ordered has been very generous and delicious. The lobster ravioli is my sons favorite along with the antipasto. I have had the pasta fusili with meatballs , several specials which the staff are very helpful in describing each one and suggesting if you are not sure.One things for sure,,,,you can't go wrong.I just Love this place!!
Posted by Matt Bridges on 10/20/2012
Just left the restaurant after a meal with an old friend on a Saturday night. The food was okay, but our meal was ruined when our waiter asked us to leave because there were people waiting. We were only in the restaurant for 1 hour, and were enjoying our drinks and conversation. We barely had time to digest before we were rudely herded out so they could turn the table over faster. Do yourself a favor and go to the north end if you want to do anything but inhale food.
Posted by Brenda on 06/08/2012
This is the best italian food I have ever had. I have tried Chicken, Ziti Broccoli at every italian restaurant I visit and I have yet to have one that even compares to the one at Antonio's! It's perfect! the broccoli is steamed just right, the wine sauce is to perfection and not at all oily. The atmostphere is beautiful and the family that owns and works there is awesome, they are very warm and always remember the familiar faces. It's a little hidden jewel we have there, that's for sure.
Posted by rich tana on 04/22/2012
I don't visit boston without going to antonio's. The shellfish in lemon sauce is unmatched and the entire staff have become friends.
Posted by katy bousquet on 09/30/2011
I was with my husband at Mass General for five weeks this spring and my saving grace was wine, dinner and the friendly folks at Antonios. They always greeted me with hugs and "how's he doing today?" I love the pomodoro and there veal is absolutely the very best. I know that this is the best kept secret in town and I hate to see long lines waiting for a seat, but I had to give Antonio's their just reward. Keep up the good work.
Posted by Dustin on 07/01/2008
I have spent a long time visiting Boston cause my doctor is at Mass General Hospital. Im usually there months at a time. One of my favorite foods in Boston is Antonio's! Im telling you its probably the best Italian food Ive tasted anywhere in the United States! The baked ziti with a meatball is the best dish in my opinion! Everytime im in Boston the first place I go to is of course, Antonio's!
Posted by mikeyc on 01/02/2008
Not long ago my wife had surgery at Mass General so I wanted to eat at a good restuarant close by. Antonio's is right across the street from MGH so I went in to see how it was. It was such a surprise (I lived in or near Boston for 30 years and never had heard of it) that I went back the following two nights! My kids flew in from LA and San Fran to see their mother: they went with me the second night and loved it - and they are jaded hotshots from the big city! The surprise was the superb and attentive, friendly service in a fun, talkative (not noisy) atmosphere with close tables with an end product of truly wonderful plain jane Italian food, cooked the way Mama used to make it. A nice choice of decent wines (who cares about the labels, just order whatever they serve for table wine) brought me a tasty Chianti each night, The chicken marsala and the chicken piccata were superb. But the biggest surprise was the tab - we are all used to skyrocketing prices in so many restaurants, but their check was extremely reasonable for what they dished out: great food, great service, and a fun place to eat. Can't wait until next time. Only worry I have is that too many will find out about it and I won't be able to walk in.