212 High St, Chattanooga, TN | Directions 3740335.054358 -85.305110
What happened to Tony's. I have always had a wonderful experience at Tony's. We went Thursday evening after work and had to wait over an hour. We had called ahead however, they wouldn't take reservations. Then when we finally received our food, it was terrible. You could't spin the spaghetti, it was in a clump and the whole thing would lift up with your fork. The service was awful as well. I hope it was just a bad day for them. They used to be a five star.
Tony's Pasta Shop & Trattoria. We tried to eat at Tony's a year ago when visiting Chattanooga. It was too long a wait. So, when we visited again we planned to eat there on this visit. After waiting in what I guess is the bar area. No stools, chairs, etc... ordered wine. No wine glass. Only small juice glass. No liquor, only wine and beer. We thought the food must be great to wait since the atmosphere was horrible. When we ate, server was rude. The portions were so small and tasteless. There were 5 of us in our group and all agreed this was the worst restaurant we've ever been to. We can only think they must have some great advertising going to have people stand in line for this place. Don't waste your time or money here. I'd even go to Olive Garden for more atmosphere and lots better taste. This entire restaurant was one large mistake.
Best Italian Cuisine in Chattanooga. The atmosphere, the aromas, the wine, and of course the food. Even when there is a lengthy wait (45 to an hour) we always have a great experience at Tonys. I recommend this restaurant to all of my clients that visit Chattanooga and they love it. This is our families little piece of heaven. I have several Faves on the menu. Its all great!!! And the Garlic loaves take the cake.
Amazing Pastas!. My husband and I spent the day in Chattanooga at the Hunter Museum and didn't really want to drive far to eat. We found Tony's and had a late lunch or early dinner. The lunch and dinner prices are the same which is nice, but the lunch menu has more Panninis sandwiches. My husband got the Low Country Linguine and I got the Rosemary chicken Ravioli in pesto Alfredo sauce baked with Mozzarella Cheese on top. It was great! The ravioli were the size of a small child's palm. It was so much we both took doggie bags home and swapped for a late snack/dinner. The bread had baked in roasted garlic with a Parmesan cheese oil for dipping. Forget Olive Garden, this place it better!!! We are going back this weekend!
Out of the way, but very good. Chattanoog is sadly lacking in good Italian resaurants, but Tony's is the exception. It is a favorite lunch place, now that the outdoor seating has been enclosed. The fresh pasta is great. Black pepper linguini with sun dried tomato and artichoke sauce is highly recommended. Good Italian bread with garlic cloves.
Best Italian food in Chattanooga.
Absolutely wonderful food with a breathtaking view of the Tennessee River.
The service was fine, my server was very friendly. The selection was more than adequate. Great first date place. Prices are good too!
Best Italian food in a long time.. I love great Italian food. And this was that and so much more: wonderful service, great selections, peaceful and romantic atmosphere, perhaps the best waitstaff ever. You can even make your own meal with a wonderful selection of sauces and pastas. Great for all diners: vegetarians, meat lovers, kids, or couples on a date. Desserts on the menu come from Rembrandt's across the driveway. Don't miss the cheesecake of the month!
Most Romantic. If you want a romantic date, beautiful atmosphere, and great food this is it! Wonderful selection, beautiful views, excellent service.
Fresh Pasta. This is a great place if you want to eat fresh pasta. With an all Italian Wine List and the ambience of a rustic Italian eatery this is the best Italian Restaurant I've ever been to.
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