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Tony's Di Napoli
Posted by Graham on 08/12/2004
The veal parmigiana is the size of two large pancakes. Done perfectly. Penne with boccoli and garlic was average. They have Stella Artois on tap. Save room for the cheesecake -- it is so creamy and tart that the fruit topping actually got in the way of enjoying the flavour of the cheesecake experience. Don't forget to talk to your neighbors at adjacent tables -- they all have a story.
Posted by Kimberle on 06/10/2004
I have eaten here 3 times in the past few months. It is very busy, so a reservation is a must! This is a family style Italian restruant. Meaning, you order platters of food (al la carte) that are served family style. It's best to come with at least 3-4 people so you can order several dishes to share. Everything I've had has been wonderful. The chicken is so tender, you can cut it with a fork. The pasta is homemade. The homemade Sangria is out of this world! Be sure to save room for dessert!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/23/2004
We went here for a bachelorette party. There were 9 of us and we ordered 3 pitchers of sangria, 4 entrees, 2 salads and 2-3 dessets and barely made a dent! We each paid 24-26 dollars including tax and tip. We hadchicken parm, penne with brocoli, spaghetti and meatballs, and baked ziti. Ziti, chicken parm, and speghetti were killer. The penne with brocoli was unimaginative. Great ambiance very busy. Watch the sangria though, they make it weak (you can't even taste the wine). After we sent it back, the new sangria was awesome!!! Yum!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/29/2004
My boyfriend and I went to Tony's this past Friday for my birthday, then we went on to a show. We ordered the Chicken and Eggplant which was phenomenal! The only complaint I had was that the meal did not come with a house salad or a side of pasta, which you would normally receive in an italian restuarant. It was $22.00 for the one platter, which fed both of us, it probably could've fed three or four, since we had some leftovers. I think for the price, they could serve a salad and some pasta with the meal. Otherwise, the food, service, and atmosphere were great.
Posted by Six Old Broads from NJ on 03/08/2004
Our annual visit to Broadway for dinner & a show led us to Tony's. They took our last-minute reservation and we're glad they did! We had drinks at the bar with their superb Antipasto platter (we ordered 2, but 1 would have been enough for the 6 of us!!)...then for dinner we split a few different platters: our favorites were the Chicken Francese and the sauteed spinach (lots of garlic!) Even though the place filled to capacity as we lingered over dessert coffees, we didn't feel rushed to leave. I'm bringing family back again on Thursday!!
Posted by George and Nancy on 02/08/2004
Went for a pre-theater lunch and absolutely loved it. Next time we will bring friends so as to best enjoy the family style portions. Delicious Mozzarella appetizer and fantastic Fettucini Alfredo followed by the Awesome Chocolate Mousse Cake. Friendly attentive staff in a comfortable atmosphere .... What more could you want from a dining experience??
Posted by Arlene on 09/12/2003
We picked this restaurant for convenience since it was across the street from the theater. What a great find. They serve family style and the food is excellent. The waiter was attentive, knowledgable, and helpful. We werent' rushed nor left sitting and idling. It was just a perfect dinner. The steak pizzaiola was out of this world as was everything else. I highly recommend it.