We are on vacation in the area and like to try restaurants that are not chains. Antonio's was recommended by our hotel. For a Friday night, the wait was only about 15 minutes. My husband was unable to get the bartender's attention to order a drink during our wait which was a bit off-putting initially. The place was packed which is usually a good sign to me. Service at our table was quick and mostly attentive. We only had to ask to have one drink refreshed. The food was fairly priced and tasted good. I had the tuna and it was slightly over cooked but the sauce was delicious. The set up of the restaurant was my biggest disappointment. It felt more like a Denny's than what I think of for a place I want to eat dinner. We were at a table right in the middle of a lot of traffic and didn't feel like we had a lot of privacy. The interior seemed a bit dated. Overall, it was a good dinner and we were happy to support a local restaurant.