Reviews on Italian food in Antioch, California, United States. Antioch (formerly, East Antioch, Smith's Landing, and Marshs Landing) is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States. Located in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area along the San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta, it is a suburb of San Francisco and Oakland. The city's population was 102,372 at the 2010 census and estimated to be 110,542 in 2015.
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4 based on 39 reviews
Little Manuel's was started in 1979 by Manuel and Cynthia Sidrian. We moved to our current location in 1986 were we added sit down service. As the business grew, we expanded to occupy the entire bottom floor of our building. Along the way, our menu grew t
They have a good selection of foods, but I came here for the mexican food. I got a tostada and it was very average. I've been there before and liked it more, but this time I was disappointed I paid so much for a little mini tostada. I will give it another shot, but it really wasn't that good.Hi Tim, We're glad to hear that you enjoy our menu selections and dishes. We're sorry to hear that the Tostada from this visit wasn't fantastic for you. We are alwasy more than happy to replace a dish if our guest is not satisfied with it. We look forward to seeing you again.
4 based on 52 reviews
The food here is typical Olive Garden but the service is either pretty good (rarely) or it downright stinks (most of the time). Hour waits for a table and 60-90 minute ticket times don't seem to be uncommon, and the manager seemed to think I was rude for thinking 90 minutes was too long to wait (we STILL didn't have our entrees) and was simply defending the lousy service like we did something wrong. More terrible experiences than good, won't be back. I can get insulted by rude managers almost anywhere, I have no reason to get insulted here again.
4 based on 18 reviews
I have fond memories of my dad taking me to Skipolini's as a child with the straw on the floor.... I am happy that Skipolini's is still around and doing well with more than one location. The last time we had Skipolini's was almost 13 years ago when I wanted to give birth so I decided to try their Prego pizza which in fact, I went into labor that evening!!! No joke!!!! Now instead of getting an all meat pizza, us vegetarians get all the vegetables we can pile on a pie. They have a great wonderful selection of FRESH ingredients and we were not disappointed!!! We were so excited to be able to come back to California and eat there again. Other commercially mainstream pizzerias are more expensive, in my opinion, and with Skipolini's you get better quality. Grab a table outside on their patio on a nice evening, bring some friends/family and enjoy your meal. It has a great ambience.
4 based on 76 reviews
Classical and authentic Italian style cuisine. I had just a very simple dinner: their Veranda Salad, the Ravioli di Giorno (with meat filling and marinara sauce), and a glass of red wine. It was very good, and so was the service. Prices are moderate especially for the quality. My dinner came to a reasonable $36 with drink, tax, and tip. If I lived in the area I would certainly come back regularly.
We stopped in for lunch so we wouldn't be hungry while shopping at the grocery store. I think everyone knows what that can do to your grocery bill, LOL The pizza was absolutely top-notch. We ordered pepperoni with extra cheese and for once we really got extra cheese. The person who helped us (can't remember her name) was very helpful, friendly and just a pleasure to deal with. Thanks again Round Table!
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