My wife and I decided to try Anthony's after I just happened to notice it while driving by. The place was bustling with people, which is usually a good sign.
When we entered, there was no one that greeted us. An older gentleman/waiter gruffly pointed to a booth and said 'You take that one'. After sitting for more than 5 minutes I summoned a waitress and asked for menus. She then asked why we were sitting in that booth. Ok, strike two.
After that, she became our server and after perusing the wine list (which is expansive and diverse) we settled on two glasses of Barbera which were quite good.
The appetizer, a Caprese salad, was wonderful, large and enough to be a nice meal on its own. I opted for the Mediterranean chicken kabobs which were very good as was the pasta dish that my wife had. Each entree came with a side salad as well. Dessert was a flour less chocolate cake, just enough for two to share, and complemented the wine nicely.
In all, we would go back solely because of the food. There were more than enough servers but it appeared to be chaotic possibly due to the crowd.
When they work out a few service kinks this will be quite a successful little place to frequent.