Before there was fusion, there was Little Anthony's.. The Scene: A great place to take the kids and a cool outing for baby boomers who wax nostalgic for the 1950s, Little Anthony's exudes a "Happy Days" atmosphere with its diner decor, a background score of early rock and roll hits, and, of course, the food. Burgers are the featured attractions, with supporting roles given to such diner standards as chicken-fried steak, meatloaf, and soda fountain specials. There's also good, old-fashioned Grandma Tony's pizza, devoid of any topping (asparagus, feta cheese) that you wouldn't have found on an average 14-inch pie circa 1960. (The name Grandma Tony's pays homage to Tony Terry, the man who owns every diverse business in the building, including the musical-parody institution Gaslight Theatre.) Little Anthony's is also open in the morning for standard breakfast fare.
If you order one thing: Don't want a burger? Try a steak sandwich.
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