(818) 788-1103
13619 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423


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We are very proud to announce that Antonio’s Pizzeria and Italian Restaurant was selected #1 in two categories for the 2013 LA’s Hot List. With your help, we won in both the Pizza and Italian categories! Thank you for your support, and for being a part of our family!

Our Mission:

"To provide an authentic Italian experience from excellent traditional food to family-style interactions with our customers. Real, simple, tasty."
Antonio's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant
"An Institution!" September 27, 2013 - A TripAdvisor Traveler Read 11 reviews of Antonio's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant
 
Antonio's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant

Antonio's: A Family History

Established in 1957, Antonio's Pizzeria is one of the oldest restaurants in the San Fernando Valley. If you're tired of expensive restaurants with small portions and longing for mom n' pop, family style Italian cooking, you've found the right restaurant. Our portions actually fill the plate. We've been around for over 50 years, so we've seen our regulars grow from small children to adults with families of their own.

Antonio's is proud to be one of the few non-franchised, family style restaurants remaining in the San Fernando Valley. Come visit and have a meal any day of the week. With upcoming live music nights and specials on beer and classic Italian dishes, Antonio's is not only a restaurant, it's the place to be.

Italian restaurant Antonio's has survived every twist, turn and quake of food trends by serving generous portions of classic Italian dishes like lasagna, ravioli, spaghetti & meatballs, and famous pizza for 52 years. Tucked on Ventura Blvd where it was one of the first Italian eateries to open its doors as Miceli's, you can't miss the landmark sign of Italy's boot tempting your comfort zone to stop in and taste dishes created by Antonio's mother from the old country.

Now known as Antonio's Pizzeria, not much else has changed. Owned for over two decades by brother and sister team Steven and Alexandra Lunardon (pictured below when they were little), the restaurant has become a warm place to sop up sauce, slurp up linguine and enjoy a simple house red over pizza like mama used to make. It continues to draw an array of Hollywood celebs and industry dressed down in baseball caps and jeans tired of noveau cuisine wearing a napkin bib and sharing some fried mozzarella.