We asked a few locals where to eat on "the hill," looking for a good Italian place that was favorite among locals. Their responses were either "they're all good!" or a couple high end places out of our budget. So a few Google searches resulted in Anthonino's plus a visit by Guy Fieri of "Diner's, Drive ins and Dives" fame didn't hurt either. It was a Monday night and slow, according to our server. I'd hate to see busy. Business was steady but the servers seemed unfazed and seemed to really work together as a team. The Greek items on the menu were a pleasant surprise and portions were generous. Pizza seems to be a popular item on the menu but we noticed guests ordered just as much from the Italian and Greek entrees. Prices for everything were very reasonable.