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View the Anthony's Italian Deli, Arcadia Menu

View the Posse's Sports Bar, Arcadia Menu

Restaurants: Anthony’s Italian Deli and Posse’s Sports Bar

Where: 1212 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia

Phone: (626) 446-3171

Reservations: Not required

Cocktails: Full cocktail service

Service: Counter service

Atmosphere: Casual

Outdoor Dining: Yes

Credit Cards: MC, AMEX, Visa, Discover, Debit Cards (with Visa or MC logo only)

Kid’s Menu: No

Senior Discount: No

Hours: Anthony’s Open Mon. – Sat.9am – 8pm. Posse’s  Mon.  – Fri. 11am to midnight, Sat.. and Sun. 9am to midnight during football season

Food to Go: Yes

Catering Menu: Yes

Price Range: $1.00 - $17.50, avg. $6-10

Anthony's Italian Deli and Posse's Sports Bar are at 1212 S. Baldwin Ave., in Arcadia (image has been altered)

Stuffed bellpeppers at the deli

Blue cheese wedge from Posse's

Some of the items at the deli counter


Fried cheese from Posse's menu

Garlic bread off deli menu

Beef dip off deli menu

One meatball and one sausage, a la carte, from deli menu

Lasagna from deli menu

Full bar has plenty of TVs for sports viewing


DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by


Anthony’s Italian Deli and Posse’s Sports Bar – Good Food, Good Sports


By Bill Coburn


Due to an unexpected family emergency, I did not get out and get a review done this week, so I’m reprinting a review I did back in October, of Anthony’s Deli and Posse’s Sports Bar.  In the interest of full disclosure, I want to make sure you know that since the original column was written, I began working as a bartender at Posse’s, two shifts a week.  One nice thing about that is, that I’ve had the opportunity to try a lot more of the food, both from Anthony’s and from Posse’s menu, and I can happily report that of the menu items I’ve tried, I’ve enjoyed them all.  But I’ll stick to the original items I wrote about, as this is basically a re-print.  Please note that since it was October, some of the sports stuff is different, right now the NCAA basketball tournament and Santa Anita racing is more likely to be on than the major league pennant race and Monday night football.  But be sure and keep Posse’s in mind when these events roll around again.


On the premises with Posse’s Sports Bar is Anthony’s Italian Deli.  In the back there’s also a full service restaurant, called Possemato’s Italian Gourmet, but I’m thinking I’ll do that review another time.  Anthony’s and Posse’s share a dining room area, and you can order food from either Posse’s or Anthony’s at the counter at Anthony’s, or from the bar in Posse’s.   Steve Possemato runs all three places.


The menu at Anthony’s is not unusual for an Italian Deli, but the menu at Posse’s, while offering some typical fare such as a ½ lb. burger, hot dogs, onion rings, sausage of the month, and buffalo wings, also has some stuff you’ll be hard pressed to find at any other sports bar, I think.  Can you name another sports bar that has a Blue Cheese Wedge?  Or a Bay Shrimp Salad?


In addition, there are seven flat screen TVs located around the place, and tonight when we were there in the middle of the AL and NL pennant races, we were able to watch (from our table) both the Dodgers and the Giants games.  We also could watch the Angels game, and the Red Sox game.  For you non-sports fans, all of these games are critical as the season is winding down because these teams are all in the hunt for the playoffs.  Posse’s also has the ESPN college football package and the NFL package.  On Monday nights, they offer dollar hot dogs, and drawings are being held with the winners getting such prizes as a TV or a DVD player.  Tuesday to Thursday are drink discount nights, and they offer half a dozen tap beers in addition to several other bottled beers.  And full cocktail service.  But one of the ways you’ll know this is a true sportsman’s bar is that behind the bar during football season, you can see who the top 10 teams in the nation are by looking at the hats.  They change as the top ten changes.  Kind of a neat idea I thought.


But I digress, we’re here to eat.  Katie ordered the Blue Cheese Wedge and we ordered the mozzarella sticks as an appetizer off the Posse’s menu.  From the Anthony’s menu, Keelan ordered the lasagna, which comes with garlic bread.  I ordered a hot roast beef sandwich, with a meatball on the side, Katie ordered a sausage on the side, and we got an extra side of garlic bread. So we got a sampling of both menus.


The mozzarella sticks were excellent.  Nice and crisp on the outside, melted and hot on the inside.  The marinara sauce was delicious, and had big chunks of tomato in it, as well.  My roast beef sandwich was on a nice crispy roll, and the beef was so tender I could hardly believe it.  I asked for a side of au jus on the side for dipping, and that was a nice addition.  The meatball was a good size, and the sauce was seasoned quite well, not overpowering, but definitely Italian.  I tried some of Katie’s sausage, and was impressed with that as well.  One surprising thing was that the meatball and the sausage were just $1.00 each, an excellent deal.


Katie said the Blue Cheese Wedge was really good, and suggested a couple restaurants she could think of that would charge $6 or $7 for that item, and wouldn’t give you such a good portion of blue cheese crumbles.  Posse’s charges just $2.50.  Keelan’s lasagna, was quite good, too.  I asked him what he thought of it, and he said it was “…mmmm” and a little “yummm” plus a dash of “hhhhmmmmm”.  He’s getting more descriptive.  I asked Katie, after she’d tried a bite of it, if it was any good, and her response was “Oh my God.”  As in good, Oh my God, since I know that could be interpreted differently.  I tried it, and agreed, the pasta was cooked just right, the sauce was excellent, plenty of cheese.  Good stuff.


Anyway, everything we had, we enjoyed.  The prices were extremely reasonable, and I can tell you that everything we tried was delicious.  You can find their menus online at  and  


Stop on by and say hi to Steve at Posse’s and Anthony’s, and be sure to let them know that you read about them in Dot Com Dining.


Bill Coburn is owner of, a restaurant website featuring more than 160 restaurant’s menus, as well as downloadable coupons.  He has nearly 20 years experience in the restaurant business, and has been eating for much longer than that.

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