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Tony's Di Napoli
Posted by Anonymous on 04/11/2006
Don't believe the entries about Tony's being the best of what NYC has to offer. This is not so. I mean there are a lot of family restaurants out there and this is not spectacular by any means. The food is good but not great. The price is cheap for all the food you get but that's about it. Nothing too spectacular. But I guess if you just want a lot of food then this is the place to go.
Posted by G from LI on 11/30/2005
Party of 8- 4 adults, 4 children. Ranging from 10-3 yrs old. We were very pleased with the service. The waitress was happy to make a few minor changes to a menu item to make all the kids happy. We were seated right away- mind you we were there on a Tuesday night at around 5 PM. They started to get much busier buy the time we left. I thought the Vodka sauce was salty, but I do not use salt. If someone is on a low salt diet forget it. All in all the place was great and I will go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/24/2005
I am amazed that you can still get a table at this fantastic eatery in the heart of times square. The food is ALWAYS amazing....I have been here twice a month since they opened and never have had a negative experience. The best VODKA sauce ever! Trust me you wont regret this place.
Posted by Cynthia K on 10/31/2005
We went to Tony's after a NYC play. The atmosphere was delightful. The food was good. Great I would say. The waiter kept trying to pad the bill by trying to change our minds on everything. From the bottle of wine to the entree to the dessert we chose. After we selected a relatively pricey wine we were familiar with, the waiter said we would be happier choosing another brand, and another $65 for it. Then when we chose the fried calamari and shrimp appetizer he tried telling us we should also get another. Now the restaurant is family style and it was only 2 of us. Then, we chose a salad that he didn't put up a fight with probably because it was the most expensive to begin with. Then for dinner we chose the steak pizziole, mostly because I am allergic to shellfish, he wanted us to get the special which was lobster we told him i was allergic 3 times, and 3 times he told my husband to get the special and me to get the steak. Dessert was an even bigger challenge. We only wanted one and 2 glasses of water. He felt compelled to bring a bottle of pellegrino for $12 a bottle - we paid for it partly because we are not big complainers. He obviously took my brooklyn accent for a foreign one.
Posted by John on 07/18/2005
I am a big guy and I am still full from eating at Tony's a couple of days ago. The chicken parm was great, go with a big party and order three or four main courses and a salad. My family enjoyed the experience and of course the food.
Posted by Geri on 07/12/2005
We have eaten at Tony's several times. The service is good-the food is great. I have taken friends back there time and time again when we go into the city to see plays.
Posted by Rachel on 06/18/2005
I planned a surprise birthday party for my boyfriend and 8 guests. Since it was a SURPRISE party, my bf and I had to arrive last. They wouldn't seat the guests until at least 6 guests arrived and made them wait outside the restaurant. I had to walk around Times Square distracting my bf because we couldn't go near the restaurant where the guests were outside in the rain. Finally, we get to go inside and we were seated at this large round table downstairs at 6 pm. The food was incredible and our waitstaff was also great EXCEPT no one told us there was a private party coming in at 8 pm which had reserved the entire downstairs. They told us this at about 7:40 when we finished dinner. We were not allowed to stay and have the cake I paid for or coffee or dessert. We had to pack up the gifts and get out for the other party. They didn't even offer to reseat us at another table. So, Tony DiNapoli's is great food, good prices but if you're planning a leisurely dinner or party, you had better make sure they will let you into the restaurant and that they won't throw you out. The wind from the slamming door in our backs blew the birthday candles out for us.