Antonio's bills itself as "an Italian restaurant serving simple food," but it's underselling itself. This is fantastic salt-of-the-earth Italian fare at its best. Start with the mini-meatballs wading in a marinara sauce and move on to baked clams, house-made ravioli, fettuccine carbonara, or excellent pizza, baked in a brick oven in the Neapolitan manner. Only the red-and-white checked tablecloths are missing. It's a bit off the main "Little Italy" strip, but worth the trek. And if you haven't eaten enough, expect a server to come by, prodding you with "Mangia, mangia!"