Finally, I managed to get to try their pizza. I am very familiar with Fritti and Varasano, so I have to say that this one is excellent as well. Frankly, they are all a bit different, and I think that this is a good thing for us. I found Antico's dough very tasty, maybe tastier than the rest, although is it on the thicker side.
I was amused by the service. I got there when a Italian server was present. She kept her answers very short, it made me remember of service in Europe which at times can be cold. I mentioned that I wanted tap water, but we had to figure it out that we need to go to the sink and get some. I know sure if I just just get the ice from somewhere else, probably so. I did not feel like asking again. Maybe the owner is very friendly, did not have the chance to chat with him. Anyways, the pizza is very good, and once you learn what to do there and where everything is, the rest does not matter.
I also tried the desserts: a pastry with cheese filing (about $3) and a mousse (about $6). Despite their price, they are outstanding. I recommend them. I suspect that they must cost that much because they probably use only imported ingredients, but I did not ask (again).