Antonio’s is a small family owned and operated Italian Restaurant serving original and traditional Italian & International cuisine. We strive to partner with local business and use locally sourced produce whenever possible. We are a BYOB establishment, have a business casual dress code, and do not accommodate children under the age of 8. Reservations are strongly recommended and we reserve the right to close in the case of inclement weather or lack of business. In addition, we can our 3 main homemade sauces, make our own gnocchi and chesse ravioli, and produce 2 flavors of pizzelles all of which are sold in local (and not so local) supermarkets and specialty stores.
Fine dining italian restaurant located in Conneaut Lake, PA. facebook.com/profile.php?id=169604099722184. 36 posts; 402 followers; 23 following …
Antonio’s is a definitely a diamond in the ruff! It is on Rt 618 in a cozy building that will catch your eye. They have amazing service and food that is genuine Italian cuisine!!
The food and service are always excellent! We were a party of 13 and our meals were all fabulous, and were all served within minutes of each other as well as a few other tables. The antipasta bar is worth the trip by itself but every entree is equally delicious. If you haven’t been there, you need to try it. You won’t be disappointed! Thank you Diane for putting up with our large, loud group!
5 stars is not even close to what Antonio’s deserves (more like 10)! The food is amazing! The atmosphere lends to being in your Grandma’s house eating her Sunday pasta. And the staff goes above and beyond! The ever changing anti-pasta bar is a meal of itself. Tony is a culinary genious whose passion for his art is obvious. He does seafood to perfection, it’s fresh and cooked absolutely perfectly. And, as a vegetarian, there is always a great selection for me! This is hands down our favorite restaurant and the 2 hours we drive to eat here is well worth it! Thank you Tony & Staff for another amazing meal!
Went with a party of 9, everything was great.. food and service. Antipasto bar had nice selection. We ordered 8 apps, all delicious. Had the Diavolo Pasta for entrée, yum. Everyone was pleased with their meals. Looking forward to coming back when I am back in the area.
My wife and I went here for our wedding anniversary. The food was amazing. The service was excellent. I loved the atmosphere. This is the best date night restaurant we have been to!
We had always heard wonderful things about Antonio’s but had never been. We decided to try it out on a Saturday. We didn’t make a reservation not knowing the proper etiquette of the restaurant. We arrived at opening and said we didn’t have a reservation. They were all booked up for the evening but they said they could squeeze us in. They did so immediately and were so gracious, friendly, and attentive. The chef introduced himself to us and was extremely friendly and was happy to serve us that evening. A restaurant with such a fine reputation and booked on a Saturday night didn’t NEED 2 additional customers that night, but they chose to serve us wonderfully. The antipasto bar was fresh and delicious, and our meals were excellent. The portions were very generous for the price, you’d pay easily double for the same amount at a restaurant in a big city. We appreciate Antonio’s for accommodating our last minute date night when they didn’t have to. I’d give 10 stars if I could!
Beautiful, family owned byob Italian restaurant with fantastic service and a wide variety of very tasty food! They make and sell their own sauce which you can buy there. You also can buy it at Beaver Super in Beaver PA.
Donald L Morris Jr
What a wonderful experience! If you love authentic Italian food, check out this hidden gem in Conneaut Lake.
Rick and Bev Morrow
Food is good. Service also. Owner needs a course in appreciation. Thought our experience with him was a fluke but read the other reviews. Maturity of a fifth grader.
Arrogant owner/chef. My boyfriend and I came here from out of town unaware of the dress code. We were not dressed up to the chefs standards. I was wearing a nice top with black jeans and booties, my boyfriend had on a plain shirt with a jacket and dark colored jeans with black converse shoes. Although we were not dressed to impress, we definitely didnt look like we were taking a quick trip to Walmart. He approached us after looking us up and down and hesitantly sat us down at a table. The attitude we received was absolutely disgusting. He made snide remarks and implied that his restaurant might be too good for us and kept asking if we were sure we wanted to eat there. When he asked where we were from, we said California and he rolled his eyes. After a few minutes of making us feel like he was doing us a favor by allowing us in his precious restaurant, we didn’t hesitate to get up and leave as soon as he left us alone to go fetch us someone to get us water…. It appears that someone from his staff went into the back, told him he had some homeless looking scum come into his restaurant and tried to convince us not to eat there. He definitely succeeded.