I took a first date to Antonio's after some people mentioned it to me and I was a little disappointed. We did eat in the downstairs deli part of the restaurant so keep that in mind. Service was good but the downstairs is a little tight and crowded and really made for the lunch crowd. For appetizer we had the Polpetti di Granchio (crabmeat, breadcrumbs & seasoning pan-fried) served with a spicey sause. It was good. For an entree, I had the Gamberi alla Romana (shrimp tossed with fettuccine, olive oil, garlic, basile, fresh mushrooms, & Roma tomatos). Their was too much oil in the dish and it was bland. The shrimp were good though. Definitely don't take any dates to the deli part even if you're pressed for time. I'll reserve final judgement 'til I go to the restaraunt part.
Pros: Service is Good, Descent Menu select
Cons: , Deli Part is to small, Parking lot is small