Went for dinner while visiting from out of town. This was absolutely the best meal we had in Chattanooga. We did not have a reservation, but we were seated immediately. The restaurant is beautiful, and the food was truly outstanding!
This is a true dining experience. Amazing food. Great atmosphere, and very clean. The Waitresses are always so nice and fast service. We travel 60 miles one way at least once a month to Chattanooga, just to dine here. Go to Tony's its wonderful.
While visiting Chattanooga, we lucked into finding this delightful Italian restaurant. It's located in an art district and is surrounded by beautiful gardens, sculptures and unique architecture.The service was prompt and cordial. The Italian bread was perfect and served with shaved Parmesan in oil. Our Caesar salad was excellent. We ordered the homemade pasta
Best Italian food I've ever had. Plenty of food and great price. That's my opinion, Opinion's are like rear-end, everybody has one. IT'S GREAT
My wife and I ate at Tony's restaurant in the Bluff View district during Riverbend last month. Our dining experience was less than favorable due to some cleanliness issues that we observed. The first and most disturbing problem that we saw was that from where we were sitting we had a full view of the upstairs deck dining area. The table right outside our window remained unbussed for approximately 20 to 30 minutes after the diners left. As a result the table was covered with a variety of birds who came and went picking at the food remnants. Although it was somewhat amusing to watch, it was a little disturbing considering some of the cleaning practices that we saw. We observed a waiter or busboy using his bare fingers to flick crumbs and food remnants from a table before setting it for the next set of patrons. No type of cleaner or towels were used. We also observed other waiters cleaning tables with used napkins and one of them actually wiped the seats down first and then the table surface with the same cloth. And then to top it all off we were told by what we assume was a bluff view employee out on the street that we would have to move our car before we went to the Riverbend festival. Our car was parked on High Street, which is a city street and not private property. We have parked in that area several times in years past because the Bluff View used to advertise that if you patronized the restaurants you could park there to go to the festival. Apparently either this policy has changed for this particular employee was not aware of it. She was very rude and belligerent towards us.
Good restaurant with good food and service