We were in town for a visit and discovered Antonella's. Only open for a few months. Since the day we visited was raining, seating inside is limited and the patio couldn't be used for dinner which would have probably doubled the number of tables. We lucked out and got there early because there quickly became a wait. We had the bruschetta special, traditional lasagna, a pasta with mushrooms and chicken, and a meatball the size of a baseball with a creamy pollenta. All were very good. We took leftovers home and were too full for what looked like very good desserts. They also have a full bar.