his was once my favorite restaurant in Greensboro, dating all the way back to the mid-60's. I had my first glass of wine here - I guess Mateus counts as wine.
The Cellar was special, the Veal Juliano was a dish I adored, and the waiters were the very best - always friendly and smiling. They had a great little steak, good pizza, and decent pasta dishes.
The upstairs for lunch was nice - the Blue Plate Special was an open roast beef sandwich with gravy, and topped with french fries. They served a small, personal pizza that was nice, and most of their sandwiches were good to great. Best Blue Cheese Dressing in town.
Not much remains - the Cellar is closed, the waiters gone, as is the Blue Plate Special, and the small pizza at lunch.
The last time I tried the Veal Juliano it was nowhere like it once was, and the Blue Cheese dressing has some taste now I don't like - maybe too much garlic.
The second generation has been running things for awhile now, and the food is just not the same.
I had my first real date at this restaurant and was thrilled that it is still open after all these years. After moving away from the area and now returning, I have enjoyed the experience all over again. The food and service were great! In this crazy, fast food world of ours, I am glad to see that some things haven't changed....thank you Anton's.
I cannot believe in this day and age that they do not have handicap accessible facilites. You can get upstairs but the rooms for large parties are downstairs and they have no elevator. Worst yet the restrooms are upstairs so even if you can get the handicapped person downstairs you've got to work around no restrooms. I will not be going there again, especially since the food was not so good, red sauce was not good.
When things are handed from generation to generation, it should always be consistency in the family legacy. When one generation, decides to make major changes, and using cost factors as the reasons for those changes. Then, they should have sold the business.
Anton's, has had one of the best reputations in this community for many, many years. People who were infants, and now are grandparents, go there!
I don't know why they don't go. But, I'll tell you why I don't go.
The service, excluding Miss Birdie, has diminished. The ktichen staff does not know what consistency is all about, and not following basic kitchen procedures, like rotating product, and observing product presentation.
Well, anyway. Should you eat there, take a seltzer with you. You're gonna need something to swallow.
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