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Tony's Di Napoli
Posted by mikeysparents on 01/14/2008
We wnt to Ton's after seeing another show. We have been there a number of times. Our 6 yr old loves the food. It's the only place I can get him and my husband to eat veal. Even though the menu is extensive we always have the same, Baked Clams, Spaghetti in olive oil and garlic or marinara, the veal marsala, ceasar salad and the Italian cheesecake, canollis and the sorbet in the shells. If you want a meal you can always count on to be superb go to Tony's . Whatever you order you can't go wrong!
Posted by Anonymous on 12/18/2007
Good food and service once you're actually sitting in the restaurant. Not worth calling to make a reservation the hostess is extremely obnoxious. Maybe I could accept it in a 5 star restaurant in Soho but not in Times Square.
Posted by NYC Guy on 11/03/2007
In a city where there are many choices for Italian food, my group of friends and I always tend to go back to Tony's DiNapoli. The atmospher is not too touristy and the food is hearty. All portions are large and I've never had anything that wasn't tasty. The dining room is tightly packed, but large or small parties can be comfortable. The wait staff is delightful. For a party of 6 people with plenty of food and drinks, the final bill came to $250, which is not bad.....Needless to say, I'll be back again.
Posted by LocalGuy on 10/29/2007
I'm a local guy who needed a place to hold a family gathering of 12 people, and chose Tony's at a friends recommendation. We were served by Gary, a waiter who in the course of the evening made a big difference between what might otherwise have been an "OK" evening into a better than average one. Right away, he adjusted the pace since we were not going to theater, made good wine recommendations that did not break the bank, took our orders and made sure the food arrived in a timely and not rushed fashion, refilled wine and water glasses as appropriate, and in general, treated our large group like it was the only table he was going to wait on all night. Food highlights were the fried zucchinni (crisp. light, not oily), fried calamari (not tough), pasta primavera ("that will be so loaded with veggies that I will tell you not to order another side of veggies") Tony's salad, chicken parm, and canoli's. None were superb; none was disappointing, all were quite good and my guests were pleased. The noise level can get a bit high, and one of our elder guests had difficulty hearing or conversing over the din, but for our out of town guests, the party atmosphere was part of what they liked about Tony's.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/23/2007
The food was mediocre at best. Not any better and probably worse than most pasta served in your average pizza place. The ratings for this place were shockingly high considering the quality of the food. Maybe other people here liked it because they were tourists and never had good italian food anywhere else or they just love the idea of huge portions.
Posted by Italo on 08/10/2007
Whether getting delivery or eat at the loud, usually packed Times Sq. or UES location, Tony's delivers on great tasting food. I have had many things on the menu, my favorites being the Linguine with Seafood, the Eggplant Parmigian, and the Fried Calamari, though the Mozzarella and Tomato salad (Caprese) is just par. For those of you unfimilar with Tonys, it is a family style restaurant, so a $18-25 pasta (or any other entree) is really for two really hungry, big eaters, and can definitely fill up 3 people. The food is traditional and tasty and the resulting price is never too bad (save for the desserts). An appitizer and a main course will surely fill any group of 3 (and perhaps a 4th). Their tomato sauce is sweet and to my exact liking. I would definitely give it a try if youre in the mood for a large portion of food that never dissappoints.
Posted by Happy Team of 7 ! on 06/28/2007
When our team of 7 from our office wanted to celebrate our interns' graduation from college recently, we decided to try out Tony's in midtown. It turned out to be an excellent choice for a large group that ranged in age 18 - 60 yrs old................from Partner to new summer intern...............We had a great waitor who was attentive, fun, warm and knowledgeable. The ambiance was noisy which we expected for Matinee lunch day..............but for the price, the food and selections and service was a steal and well worth it!