A neighborhood restaurant that serves exceptional food in a graciously accommodating style: what's not to like? Despite the need to accommodate an early start-time for dinner as a result of its popularity, Antonucci provided an excellent dining experience as well as a thoroughly appealing cuisine. Known as a locals' spot, the staff was both welcoming and professionally efficient. The quality of the fish and beef entrees was first rate, as was use of a combination of ingredients in the sauces that created more than the typically northern Italian flavors. The prices were reasonable as was the wine list making this an upper East side stop that doesn't break the bank but nonetheless delivers a superb cuisine along with hospitality and good service. Well worth a visit for a dinner for two or more. A seat at the bar (small but sufficient for six people) might work for a dinner without reservations and affords a view of the kitchen that is certain to entertain.
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