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#652 of 2,463 Restaurants in Dallas


$10 - $22
Italian, Pizza, Wine Bar
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Just stopped in by accident, hadn't heard anything of Anthony's. Wow, good food! Good service. Inside is rather small, 15 tables but more outside. Small bar. I had spaghetti with their bolognese, nice and meaty, good taste, I make my own for lasagna and it...tasted just like it. Wife had chicken fettuccine alfredo. Cream sauce good and not too heavy. Good taste. You get your choice of house salad, Caesar salad, or minestrone soup. Wife had the Ceasars - good. I had the minestrone - nice taste and not too loaded with vegetables. We're going back for more!More

Date of visit: May 2021
Reviewed April 11, 2021 via mobile

I had the salmon salad. The salmon was flavorful and delicious. My wife enjoyed the chicken francese. Our server was friendly and attentive. We enjoyed sitting on the beautiful patio. We finished the meal with Italian Rum Cake, Tiramisu and the Cheesecake.

Date of visit: April 2021
Reviewed May 24, 2020

After 50 years in Dallas I discovered this small eatery: the best Italian restaurant with savory food and selection of wines for the best value. The ambiance in this place is unmatched including original Venetian Carnevale Masks. It is becoming an addiction because during my...weekly visit I encounter the many regulars with whom I socialize. One of the reason of its popularity is due to the commitment from both owners chef Roberto and house manager Roman to traditional Italian cuisine with modern flare.More

Date of visit: April 2020
Reviewed December 23, 2019

This is a small neighborhood restaurant with a lot of charm and great food. We've eaten here multiple times over the past few years, and it's always been good. The service is personable and helpful, and prices are very competitive. Large portions, very fresh, and...every Italian recipe is delicious. It's everything Olive Garden isn't, and we will choose Anthony's any time we're close. Go find out for yourself!More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed December 11, 2018

My wife and I ate here a few days ago. We recently moved to NW Dallas and love finding gems like Anthony's Eatalian! If you're looking for a super authentic / traditional Italian place, don't go here, but if you're looking for solid comfort Italian...food then give it a shot. Their service is solid, the value is great and the food we've had has been on point - espeically the lasagna! It was seasoned all the way through (we've all had bad bland lasanga - this was the furthest thing from it), cooked to perfection and one serving easily fed the two of us. We each had our own cup of minestrone (good - nothing to write home about but it was good) and then split the lasagna and couldn't have left more satisfied. To the great team @ Anthony's - keep it up!!More

Date of visit: December 2018
Reviewed September 16, 2018 via mobile

I did not expect too much from a neighborhood strip mall restaurant with a "cheesey" name. My wife literally said, "Let's go somewhere nobody will know us." So we drive 5 minutes from our house and see this place: "Perfect!" The menu is 90% pizza...and pasta, with a chicken and a fish special. The dining room is small, but not too crowded. The TVs are tuned to sports with the volume off. Atmosphere is actually much better inside than outside appearance. I ordered a pizza with pepperoni, Italian sausage, ham and added jalapenos. My wife ordered rigatoni with sausage. Her meal came with a dinner salad. Salad: fresh, large, mixed, excellent house dressing, balsamic of high quality, hint of sweetness. Rigatoni: pasta was obviously fresh, cooked perfectly with a nice portion size. The sausage was fantastic, just the right degree of spice. The sauce was not too thick and had a sort of creaminess to it. All in all, very very good. Pizza: Every ingredient was fresh and delicious, the same sausage as the rigitoni dish. The pepperoni was cooked to a slight crisp, the crust thin like New York, but a touch doughier. Jalapenos were pickled, but thick and full of flavor. It was a Top 5 pizza for Dallas. Service: Friendly, more family than professional, but prompt. No attempt to sell more than what you ordered. Price: Inexpensive, especially considering the quality of the food. If the menu had more meat options, I would have considered 5 stars. It's really a Pizza/Pasta neighborhood restaurant, but I'm really glad it's in my neighborhood.More

Date of visit: September 2018
Reviewed August 6, 2018

We have seen this restaurant flourish with the new owners since December 2017. They are really turning this place around with the new furnishings inside and outside. The wall mural of Venice is just amazing! We keep coming back here bringing others with us as...well. The salads are fresh and the homemade honey-lime dressing is fantastic! The garlic knots are simply incredible to enjoy with your meal. On our recent visit, we had the Ravioli Bolognese, house salad with honey-lime dressing, Chicken Parmesan Sub and each were served very well prepared and the taste was delicious. You know you were eating a meal that was made with fresh ingredients and good portions. The place is very clean, the management and staff are warm and inviting saying welcome to ones who come inside and saying thank you as you are leaving. You can't go wrong with ordering a pizza or with the other menu items here. The food, service and prices are great values to enjoy with your family and friends.More

Date of visit: August 2018
Reviewed April 29, 2018 via mobile

Had a terrific lunch that was very reasonably priced. Wine by the glass and bottle are priced perfect. The wine selection is somewhat small but will probably grow as their business does. The owners are young and always looking to make improvements. The menu is...solid Italian. The portions were more than fair. The service was prompt. We recommend that you give it a try , you should be pleasantly surprised.More

Date of visit: April 2018
Reviewed April 13, 2018

For at least two years, Anthony's has been high on our list of convenient-but-special neighborhood restaurants. The list is not so long. "Special" is what others lack, but Anthony's has that touch. The salad hooked us on our first visit, fresh with a wide choice...of delicious dressings and included with the price. Don't overlook the house dressing. The salad earned the restaurant our thumbs up before our first entrée arrived. Since then, we have returned again and again with numerous other customers, and every one of them has complimented the salad and the dressings. They are keepers, accompanied by warm garlic rolls, replenished upon request. The entrees are delicious and varied. We've never had a bad one. Although no "EATalian" restaurant would get anywhere without common pastas in a good sauce - Anthony's are excellent - the chicken and salmon offerings deserve special attention. Anthony's food is neither heavy with sauce nor overly cheesy; the sauces are less "red" than those in the other two Italian restaurants in our immediate area. Lighter sauces complement the pastas instead of dominating them. Friendliness characterizes the staff, both those with the original owner and those with the relatively new one. For all those reasons, we chose Anthony's for a special 14-person lunch a year ago. They helped us customize the menu, arranged the setting comfortably, and made a very positive impression on our guests, some of whom have become regulars. Without fail, and guests do still mention the place, everyone singles out the salad, the service, and the lighter, attractively-presented main courses. From the beginning, the food at Anthony's EATalian outranked the general ambiance of the décor and location. Gradually and positively, the new owner has improved the setting while retaining the quality of the food.More

Date of visit: April 2018
Reviewed April 1, 2018 via mobile

We stopped by on a Saturday night. The beer and wine were very reasonably priced. I got the salmon pasta primavera. The salmon was very flavorful. It comes with a side salad. I would go back.

Date of visit: March 2018
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Anthony's Eatalian is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 5
  • Service: 5
  • Value: 4.5