Restaurant >Get in on ground floor at Antonio's
Antonio’s Café Downstairs has long been a favorite alternative to its fancier, upstairs sister, though it meant standing in line at the counter to place your order. Now the operation has been jazzed up, with full table service and new menus for both lunch and dinner.
Before ordering, be sure to check out the specials and look over the salads, meats and cheeses in the deli case. The focaccia topped with herbs, olive oil and tomato ($2.95) is heavenly; the lasagne di vegetali has chunks of fresh vegetables. ($6.25). Try any of the tasty pizzas or calzones, but there can be a wait for these made-to-order specialties.
Since Antonio’s Café Downstairs also serves as a grocery and wine shop, don’t be surprised if your dining space gets invaded by shoppers browsing the gourmet goodies.