Antonio Gobbo, the owner of Antonio’s Bar & Trattoria, has decided to call it a day and close his restaurant after  eighteen years in business.

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Located on the Northside of Endicott, this place has been dishing out Italian food and will leave a lasting mark on the community.

In a social media post, Antonio took a moment to send gratitude to his family, friends, employees, and all the amazing customers who have been there every step of the way.

Antonio's Bar & Trattoria via Facebook
Antonio's Bar & Trattoria via Facebook
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It's not too late to stop by Antonio's Bar & Trattoria and say "goodbye." Before they shut the doors for good because Antonia is throwing a grand finale. There's a special Valentine’s menu this Wednesday, February 14th. Reservations are a must if you want to get in.

Antonio's Bar & Trattoria will keep the party going on Saturday, with a live performance by The Mixtapes, an 80’s band that knows how to bring back all those favorites. By the way, if you have some Toast loyalty points or gift certificates left, now would be the time to cash them in.

Antonio's Bar & Trattoria via Facebook
Antonio's Bar & Trattoria via Facebook
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Even though Antonio's is closing, this isn't the end of Antonio's journey. Antonio’s Little Italy Gelato will continue to put out its frozen treats, which will be available wholesale to all the restaurants and catering facilities in the area.

The gelato cart will also be making appearances at corporate events and private parties, so you can still get a taste of Italy. Antonio says he's eternally grateful for the opportunity to bring a slice of Italy to the Northside of Endicott.

He added that he will miss all the smiles, laughter, good times, and the incredible joy that Antonio's Bar & Trattoria has brought through the years.

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