We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews pizza chicken bacon ranch tortellini black beans pies quesadilla by the slice limited seating new jersey thin crust behind the counter college town huge selection fast service toppings antonios cheese
I had the chicken over mashed potatoes with some sort of green veggie like spinach and spouts on top. I loved it. Cost about $20 and was near the bottom of my menu.
I found the restaurant nice and not too noisy.
The freshest ingredients, inventively combined. Pick your slice (s) blind or with intent. You cannot take just one. But you can go home again. It’s worth a wait. But don’t expect any glam or much in the way of a seat. No frills but everything...More
I have been going to Antonio's since I was old enough to physically eat pizza. It has always been the best pizza in the area. I recently came home for a visit and got a slice, only had to wait five minutes for my favourite...More
There were lots of people in line, but it went really quickly; lots of choices; it was delicious and really hit the spot; I'm from NYC and have to say I was impressed by the snap in the crust; ha! but that's just me... I...More
Want pizza and can't decide what toppings you want? This is the place for you. There must be at least a dozen types fo pizza by the slice from which to choose. My group didn't try all of them but we came close. Each was...More
Response from FairmontForever | Reviewed this property |
I don't believe that Antonio's has gluten-free pizza. Just a short ride out of the downtown area (South Amherst) is Sibie's Pizza, which does have gluten-free pizza. However, Sibie's is more of a takeout place, although... More
I don't believe that Antonio's has gluten-free pizza. Just a short ride out of the downtown area (South Amherst) is Sibie's Pizza, which does have gluten-free pizza. However, Sibie's is more of a takeout place, although there's a picnic bench outside. The "regular" pizza I've had there is not Antonio's, but it's good. I believe there are probably other places in the with gluten-free options, as area restaurants generally make an effort to meet the dining needs of the all the vegans, vegetarians, etcetera who live here. Hope you find a great-tasting, gluten-free pizza!
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
Is This Your TripAdvisor Listing?
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Claim Your Listing