This local, family-owned, small restaurant is definitely worth dining at! They have been in business and in the Easton community for 25 years. They were recently presented with an award and recognized by the Mayor of Easton, PA for their 25 years presence in the community. My family and I love the food served at this restaurant. It was our first time visiting Easton, PA and our first time at this restaurant. It is authentic Italian and still served in traditional, generous portions. The service was also great! They treated us like family and took pride in their food and service. We ordered the veal parma spaghetti, steak sandwich (with sauteed onions/green peppers), cheese pizza slice, spinach (with extra garlic) pizza slice, and mini cannoli for dessert. All are made in-house at the restaurant and fresh. The bread was warm, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The bread is served with olive oil with garlic. So good! The bill for dinner was also reasonable.
My family and I were looking for someplace to have dinner after visiting the very popular Crayola Experience for kids. We looked around and found lots of restaurants in downtown Easton near the roundabout. Most seem to have nice settings and also outdoor dining. But were most seemed more geared towards the adult bar crowd with plenty of smoking and an unhealthy dose of second-hand smoke. We also noticed no kids/families at the other restaurants around downtown. We found Antonio's listed on the outdoor directory board in front of The Crayola Experience and decided to try it because it mentioned being "family-friendly" and it is in short walking distance of The Crayola Experience. We were not disappointed and very glad that we ate there. You will probably notice that it is not the most "popular" restaurant in-town. But, I definitely recommend it for its food and family-friendliness.
They have the unfortunate location of being a block or two farther away from the downtown roundabout on 3rd Street than the other newer opened restaurants. The restaurant is older and lacks the outside frontage (curb appeal) and interior glits-and-glamour of the newer restaurants. They only have placed one table and two chairs outside. So the foot traffic seems to be light or passing-by during our visit. I think they can attract more customers and improve their atmosphere if they put more tables and chairs with patio umbrellas, upgrade the exterior signage, renovate/reconfigure/update the interior and furnishings, and use a large sidewalk chalkboard easel to advertise specials to passersby.