Delightful! Service was perfect food was tasty, fresh and we'll prepared. We'll be back with friends.
Great staff and good food good customer service. I had a great time here me and my friends. ?
Just had a wonderful dinner. Celebrating my Mother's 93rd birthday. Food was excellent and very reasonably priced. Great atmosphere and very attentive server, Maggie. Will definitely recommend to friends and will return.
One of the hidden gems in the Pointes. I always leave Antonio's in the Park with a full belly and the feeling that I just had the best Italian home cooked meal. You must try the breaded artichoke hearts! Dressings and sauces will dance from your lips to your taste buds! Have a couple glasses of wine and enjoy the conversation with the locals. The staff are warm and friendly. Old world charm on the eastside. If you haven't been here yet, all I can ask is Why?
Friendliest service! Delicious food! :) I called ahead of time to ask if I needed a reservation and if they had a mask for purchase (I am housesitting in the area and wasn't planning on going out so didn't have a mask on me). The guy on the phone was very pleasant and stated a reservation was not needed as I'd be there in 5 minutes, and said he would hold the table for my party of 2 since it was a little busier. Got the table immediately when I walked in and he had masks ready to go for us! When I sat down, I was worried the bread in the center of the table would be old, but it seems he had placed it there ready for us at arrival -- bread was still hot. :) My absolute favorite indulgence in Italian food is butternut squash ravioli, and as luck would have it: it was the special. I was not disappointed! Along with the gentleman on the phone/who seated us (I overhead a few regulars call him 'Brian'), our server was awesome too (forgot the name, sorry)! Both very friendly and personable. Thanks!
I chose this restaurant because we just landed from LAX and after taking my wife's parents up Jefferson to see the city for the first time, there was nothing around. I was excited to show them some excellent Detroit Italian. The food was a huge disappointment. I will pretty much eat any food, animal, whatever...but the low quality of food made me worried I was going to get sick. I didn't, but the ingredients and flavors pointed in that direction. Mother-in-law's lasagna came out cold, then reheated and still cold, so it was abandoned. Server was awesome, and tried his best. I grabbed 4 slice's of Buscemi's Pizza when we left. I hope it was just a bad day but honestly in the 26 years I spent growing up in the area, this was the worst Italian I ever had
5 different meals ordered, each one better than the last! And our server was ever so considerate. She even brought me a cup of hot water to wrap my cold, white fingers around. That was sweet!
The food was wonderful! That?s about it. The drinks were okay, and there aren?t many options if you don?t drink wine. It smelled old or dirty in the restaurant although my mom insisted it was the cheese, I don?t agree. Very understaffed on the floor as many people stood at the front door waiting for someone to acknowledge them. Our waitress was probably one of two for the whole restaurant it seemed. The food was awesome, and I?m sure the service is better on a slower night, but I wasn?t impressed.
When you're really hungry and looking for some delicious italian food, Antonio's in the Park is the place to come in Grosse Pointe Park. Find our extensive menu including such items as noodles that will bring you back for more. Call us at (313) 821-2433 and we'll be waiting for you.
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