We arrived - a party of four, two of whom had traveled from Chicago - at 4 pm on a Saturday. We had intended to have a light dinner, some wine, and an hour to visit before we attended a nearby event. Knowing they close at 5 pm, we asked right away if they could put a pizza in the oven. Villa Antonio: "No, kitchen is closed." Us: Do you have ANY food? Cheese, sausage, crackers? V.A.: "Nope, we don't have any food." Us: Okay, well, lets make the most of this and have a wine tasting. V.A.: "We were just bringing it in ... I guess we will have to set it up for you." It was raining, so we asked if there was some place with a roof where we could sit. V.A.: "No. A party is just leaving and we won't have anyone out there." We were also told that we should not run to McDonalds (for food) in one car and plan to come back, because they might lock the gate with the rental car inside while we were gone. Seriously? We paid $20 for four very abrupt wine tastings and left hungry and extremely unwelcome. You should know that #1 I am typically one to compliment and not complain, and #2 I've worked in the service industry for a lone time ... a good establishment doesn't shut down its kitchen a full hour before closing without any signs to warn you of such. I was so disappointed for our out-of-town guests. We had told them how nice it was from a past visit. There won't be any future visits from us ... that is FOR CERTAIN!