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Tony's Town Square

Tony's is a nice Italian restaurant. As the story goes, it was in the alley behind this restaurant that Lady and Tramp had their famous spaghetti dinner. The menu is a wide variety of classic Italian dishes, but be prepared for slow service. Perhaps Lady and Tramp didn't mind waiting for their meal.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: On the right side of Town Square as you enter the park.
  • Date Opened:
  • Seating: Indoor tables
  • Service Type: Table service
  • Children's Meals: Yes
  • Vegetarian Options: Yes
  • Annual Pass Discount: No
  • Sponsor: Buitoni
  • Reservations:
 
Menu Information - Hide Section

Menu as of January 2012

Lunch

Appetizers

Flavors of Italy - Chef's selection of Italian favorites featuring olives, sliced deli meats, roasted garlic and artichokes. Serves two. $13.99
Tomato and Mozzarella salad - Tomatoes, fresh bozzarella, basil and Balsamic dressing. $7.49
Zucchini Fries - Breaded seasoned zucchini with creamy sun-dried tomato dressing for dipping. $7.99
Seasonal Fruit - with prosciutto. $6.99
Calamari - Topped with olive relish and served with side of Marinara sauce. $9.99
Mixed greens - Tossed in our house dressing topped with feta and croutons. $5.49
Toasted Cheese and Garlic Bread -Topped with fresh tomatoes and basil. $6.99
Seasonal Soup - $5.49
Minestrone with Orzo Pasta - $5.49

Sandwiches, Flatbreads and Salad

Chicken Florentine Calzone - Chicken, spinach, caramelized onions and mozzarella. $15.99
Tony's Flatbread - Italian sausage, pepperoni, caramelized onions, mozzarella and roasted red pepper sauce. $12.99
Chopped Salad - Romaine, arugula, oven-roasted tomatoes, olives with gorgonzola, and red peppers with a buttermilk-cucumber garlic dressing. With steak $14.99; with grilled chicken breast $12.99; with sauteed shrimp $15.99
Tony's Fish of the Day - Market price
Panini of the Day - $13.49
Caesar Salad with chicken - Romaine lettuce with grilled chicken tossed with Caesar dressing. $13.49 ($15.99 with shrimp)
Bianca flatbread - with fresh mozzarella, garlic, and basil. $11.99
Meatball Sliders - Meatballs cooked in marinara sauce topped with provolone and arugula on focaccia rolls. $12.49

Pasta

Crostini served with all pasta dishes

Spaghetti - with choice of meatballs or sweet Italian sausage with marinara sauce. $16.99
Shrimp Scampi - Linguini with sun-dried tomatoes and asparagus, tossed in a garlic sauce. $17.99
Eggplant Catasta (stack) - Layers of eggplant, caramelized onions, fresh mozzarella and parmesan, with marinara sauce over penne pasta. $15.99
Chicken Parmigiana - lightly-breaded chicken breast with marinara sauce topped with melted mozzarella over spaghetti. $17.99
Multigrain Pasta Primavera - grilled seasonal vegetables tossed in garlic and olive oil with Balsamic glaze and feta. $15.99
Baked Ziti - Ground beef, ricotta, mozzarella and marinara sauce. $13.99


Dinner

Appetizers

Flavors of Italy - Chef's selection of Italian favorites featuring olives, sliced deli meats, roasted garlic and artichokes. Serves two. $13.99
Tomato and Mozzarella salad - Tomatoes, fresh bozzarella, basil and Balsamic dressing. $7.49
Zucchini Fries - Breaded seasoned zucchini with creamy sun-dried tomato dressing for dipping. $7.99
Seasonal Fruit - with prosciutto. $6.99
Calamari - topped with olive relish and served with side of Marinara sauce. $9.99
Toasted Cheese and Garlic Bread -Topped with fresh tomatoes and basil. $6.99
Caesar Salad - Romaine lettuce tossed in Caesar dressing and topped with Romano cheese and croutons. $5.99
Mixed greens - tossed in our house dressing topped with feta and croutons. $5.49
Minestrone with Orzo Pasta - $5.49
Seasonal Soup - $5.49

Entrees

Tony's Fish of the Day - Market Price
Seafood Diavolo - Linguini pasta with clams, mussels, calamari, shrimp and fresh fish of the day, served in a spicy tomato sauce. $22.99
Grilled Pork Tenderloin - With Marsala wine mushroom sauce, butternut squash mash and seasonal vegetables. $19.99
Chicken Parmigiana - Lightly-breaded chicken breast with marinara sauce topped with melted mozzarella over spaghetti. $17.99
Mushroom Tortelloni - Made in-house daily with a Brodo di Verdura. $17.99
Braised Lamb Shank - With a creamy parmesan polenta, chianti demi-glace and seasonal vegetables. $22.99
New York Strip Steak - with a red wine butter, Tony's potatoes and seasonal vegetables. $28.99
Spaghetti - With choice of meatballs or sweet Italian sausage with marinara sauce. $16.99
Tony's Lasagna - Layered with ground beef, sausage, mozzarella and ricotta. $17.99
Shrimp Scampi - Linguini with sun-dried tomatoes and asparagus, tossed in a garlic sauce. $19.99


Desserts

Tiramisu - Espresso-soaked ladyfingers, whipped marscarpone, and dark chocolate shavings. $6.49
Pistachio Creme Brulee - $5.99
Ice Cream Bomb - Chocolate and vanilla ice cream covered in a rich chocolate coating. $5.99
Chocolate Cake - layered with chocolate-hazelnut filling. $5.99
Spumoni - Layers of ice cream with pistachio nuts and cherries. $4.99
Gelato - Italian-style ice cream in chocolate or vanilla. $4.49
Chef's Signature Cheesecake - $5.49
Seasonal No Sugar Added Sorbet - Served with fruit. $4.99


Kids' Menu [Lunch and Dinner]

Kids' Complete Meals

Mickey's favorite meals include appetizer, entree and dessert served on a Mickey plate with choice of 1% milk, small bottled water or 100% apple juice. $8.59

Cheese Pizza - served with veggies and sliced apples.
Grilled fish of the day - served with whole-grain pilaf, veggies and yogurt parfait.

Kids' Picks

Choice of one appetizer, one entree, one beverage and one dessert. Beverage choices include 1% Mickey Milk, small bottled water, 100% apple juice or soft drink. $8.59

Appetizers

Carrot and celery sticks - with ranch dressing.
Garden salad

Entrees

Spaghetti and Meatball
Cheeseburger Calzone
Multigrain Pasta Primavera
Mickey-shaped Cheese Ravioli
- with a marinara sauce and topped with crispy pepperoni

Desserts

Fruit cup
Ice cream sundae


Beverages [All menus]

Glowing Character Punch - Minute Maid light lemonade punch served in a souvenir cup with a glowing Disney character light. $6.49
Soda or Iced Tea - $2.99
Hot Tea - $2.39
Espresso - $3.69
Evian or Perrier 330ml - $4.75
1% Milk - $2.39
Cappuccino - $4.19
Coffeee - $2.39

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Average Reviewer Rating: 3.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 5
Number of Tony's Town Square Restaurant Reviews: 21
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3.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.03.0/5.0   June 2, 2009
Reviewer: Jodieileen6 Mechanicsburg, OH     June 12, 2009
I was a little apprehensive about eating here after reading all the negative reviews. What made me keep my reservation was the fact that this was the "Lady and the Tramp" restaurant.

Our server was very quick, I can't complain about the service at all, except I don't know if she ever made actual eye contact with us! The hostess did sprinkle confetti on our table, since I had indicated that it was our son's first visit. This is the only time this happened our entire visit.

My boyfriend and son both ordered spaghetti and meatballs, and said they were good. I had the shrimp scampi with pasta and asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes. It was way better than I expected--very flavorful and some of the few vegetables I had all week.

It was a little busy while we were there, and the only windows I could see were mirrors--so no Lady and the Tramp. It was okay. We got in and out quickly with full bellies, but I couldn't really shake the feeling that we'd had an overblown counter service meal.

The tiramisu was delicious, but steer clear of the lemon-walnut cake. Although it sounded good on the menu, it was drier than dry.

Final ratings:
Service--Very good if not engaging.
Price--We were on the dining plan so it really didn't matter but I'd say right about in line with most table service restaurants at Disney.
Food--Surprisingly good. I'd say a step or two above counter service, but if you want a good sit-down meal, go somewhere else with your table service credits.
Atmosphere--Little to none. I mean come on, you've got the Magic Kingdom right outside your door!
 
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Reviewer: Kathie New Hampshire     May 31, 2009
We had an ADR for four at 5:30 pm for dinner, but due to my daughter's illness it ended up being just two of us and we were seated right away. The food was very good; Caesar salad and chicken parmigiana for my husband, minestrone soup and shrimp scampi for me. We both had diet cokes which our server refilled several times, although it was not really necessary. The service was excellent and our total was $52 plus tip. It is a nice full service restaurant if you need a break during a long day at Magic Kingdom and we will be coming back here again.
 
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4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   Nov 13-18, 1007
Reviewer: HILNDKID (alan@digis.net) Highland, Utah     January 29, 2008
We went to dinner, 6 of us including grandpa and grandma. Grandpa is steak and potatoes guy, the rest of us are good for anything. Food was good, steak was real good. Atmosphere was very nice, well worth going and would go again if we ever make it back to WDW.
 
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History and Trivia - Hide Section
  • At this location: This location has been a restaurant since the park opened in 1971. From 1971 to July 24, 1989, it was called simply Town Square Café. Whereas Tony's Town Square Café is an Italian restaurant, its earlier incarnation served more American food in a Victorian setting.
  • Other Trivia:
    • Sponsors: The location was sponsored by Oscar Meyer and then Hormel when it was Town Square Café. After its transformation to Tony's Town Square Café, it has been sponsored by Contadina and currently Buitoni.
Links of Interest - Hide Section

Offsite Links (we can not vouch for their accuracy or timeliness)

  • Official Page — The WaltDisneyWorld.com page.
  • Inspection Reports — Restaurant inspection reports from the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation.


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