Tony’s Town Square review
Italian food, American style. Pastas, salads, steaks and pizzas. Go to Tony’s for the table service, if you want to be waited on and are in need of air conditioning. The food was okay, but nothing compared to Tutto Italia, Portobellos or Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano. If you have a Lady and the Tramp fan in your group, make sure to grab a photo in front of the statue inside.
Since we had reservations and submitted our Special DIetary request form, they were aware of our little girl’s dairy allergy. After meeting with the chef, he prepared her fresh pasta and a salad. I made the dressing at the table using supplied balsamic vinegar, garlic, mustard and oil, letting my daughter whisk it together in a small bowl. She really enjoyed it!
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