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2555 Huntington DrSan Marino, CA 91108Map & Directions
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Phone: (626) 793-4115
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Specialties: Celebrations, Parties, Fiestas
Price Range : Below Average
12/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
the food is decent, the cherry coke is great..the parking lot is small..there's no where to park, THE THING THAT STANDS OUT THE MOST is..i can't help but remember some of the RACE IST marks the employees have to say about their customers...very disappointed
10/16/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I've been going to this place since I was in Kindergarten in 1987 and it hasn't changed since. I still love going there and watching all the kids from the High School hanging out after school. The pizza is fantastic, best anywhere in the area. The salads are very good as well, and the sanwiches are just as good. The pasta dishes are good as well, but the truth is that if I've been there 1,000 times, 990 of those times I order the pizza. The student special is still a great deal with two slices and a large coke (you can choose small, medium, large or extra large) for $4.25. When you go in for the first time, get the student special with Pepperoni, and a Cherry Coke. I don't know what they do, but the Cherry Coke just seems to be better here than anywhere else on the planet. As for the atmosphere, it's always great, though it can very crowded if there is a high school football game that night (Tony's is located right next to San Marino High School) and if you go after school gets out. The parking lot can also be tricky, but there is plenty of street parking and another lot across the street. All in all, one of my favorite restaraunts.
I started eating Tony's pizza since my elementary school supplied it on pizza day once a month. This was ALONG time ago. I consider myself a pizza expert and I will put Tony's cheese pizza up against anyones. Not so much a sitdown restaurant but more of a cafe. Alot of togo's and very consistant. I remember listening to Tony talk to his brothers in italian, it was a great atmosphere to be a kid and LOVE pizza. Try it, you will not be dissapointed.