If your looking for traditional, spicy, heavily oregano'd, gooey, tomatoey, greasy pizza I would avoid Don Antonio's. This pizza is closer to what you'd get in Italy. Flavors are more subtle, less bold but ultra fresh ingredients. The cheese, an imported smoked buffalo mozzarella was amazing. The Montanara Starita pizza (speciality of the house) was beautiful. A lightly fried dough, then topped and finished in the wood burning oven. It was delicious. The menu offers quite an assortment of pizza options, appetizers, and salads. They also have nice gluten free options. The TV showing the cooks preparing the pizza's is also an added attraction. We had an assortment of beautiful, flavorful appetizers. Try the Fritattine a spaghetti cake with ham and buffalo mozzarella. The best part was the value for the quality of the food. We had an assortment of appetizers and 4 pizza's and for 5 people it was $20 each. That included the tip and tax too, no drinks. We could have ordered one less pizza but we were pigging out. The service was excellent and even though a crowd had gathered awaiting tables we never felt rushed. The pizza's are made very quickly so your not sitting for 20 minutes waiting on them. I would highly recommend Don Antonios!!