Gian-Tony's is not a 5-star restaurant and they do not pretend to be.
What they do is make you feel at home and serve excellent food, and they do it extremely well!
There are other restaurants in the hill which may have better service or a more fancy atmosphere, but the food simply doesn't measure up. (IMHO, of course.)
I strongly suggest the Ravioli Tostati appetizer and Bocconcini Alla Tony entree.
One thing.... you may want to ask them to hold the oregano on your salad. It was a little much for my taste.
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