I wouldn’t say that Tony’s offers the best Italian food there is, but I married an Italian, so I may have unreasonable expectations. If you’re a fan of Olive Garden, this should be on par with what you expect. Where the food lacks a bit, the atmosphere makes up for it. The wall accents and subtly lit fountain in the center of the dining room set an impressive scene.
Tony’s offers just what you’d expect from an Italian restaurant – pastas, salads, and even pizza. Lunch choices include a couple of sandwich-ish items; dinner brings out ribs and steak. Gluten-free options are available. The dessert menu features all of the must-haves from Italy, including ice cream, cheesecake, tiramisu, spumoni, gelato and more – averaging around $5-$6. Meals will run around $14-$17 per adult guest for lunch; $18-$30 for dinner (before drink or dessert), $8.59 for kids’ meals.
*TOP PICK – Tony’s Lasagna has quite the reputation – and with good reason! It has more kick and flavor than anything else I’ve had there. A generous combination of sausage, ground beef, cheeses and sauce make for a surprisingly authentic tasty treat. (Psst… kids will love the Mickey shaped ravioli!) $18 is not an outlandish price by comparison for this quality and quantity!
Want to make Tony’s Lasagna at home? Here’s a fantastic copycat recipe at AllEars.net.
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