My wife and I are local attorneys and we don't always feel like cooking altough I fancy myself a good cook. Anthony's has become a great ""hangout"" where the owners and chef take great pride in creating a comfortable atmosphere with well prepared Italian dishes with a flair. On my last visit I started with kumamoto oysters on the half shell followed by a delicious lasagna bolognese with paper thin noodles. My wife had a perfectly cooked filet mignon . My son craves their Veal Ala Anthony , a lightly fried cutlet covered by a crab cream sauce. Bartenders are spot on.