Food Type: Italian.
Location: Main Street just inside the entrance on the right.
Dining Plan: 1 Table Service.
Cost: Lunch/Dinner appetizers: $7 – $12; Entrees: $15 – 33; Kids: $9.
Discounts: 20% Tables in Wonderland.
One Menu (11am – Late): https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining/magic-kingdom/tonys-town-square-restaurant/menus/
Setting: Modeled after Tony’s from Lady and the Tramp, guests have an opportunity to relive the romance at this casual family trattoria. A fountain depicting the main characters is the focal point of the main dining room, while the solarium offers a brighter setting for a meal. Raised porch seating that overlooks the flag pole area of Main Street is also available.
- Fast, casual dining in a fun atmosphere.
- Pizzas are better quality than quick service equivalents for only a couple dollars more.
- Good menu variety.
- No longer serves a less expensive lunch menu, though pizzas are now available for dinner too.
- Pasta dishes largely taste like they were reheated from frozen.
- Service is inconsistent. You’ll either be in and out in 45 minutes or two hours. Let your server know if you have somewhere to be or prefer a more relaxing meal.
- Inconvenient from anywhere other than Main Street, particularly around fireworks and parade times.
Tips: Visit at dinner for pizza. The menu is the same. On warm afternoons and evenings, book a reservation an hour before the afternoon or evening parades and request a patio table. You’ll enjoy a view of the floats and fun traveling up Main Street.
Value: Pizzas are an above average value with prices that average $17. They’re significantly larger than Pinocchio Village Haus’s flatbread pizzas. Stay away from the pasta.
Reputation: Tony’s is not fine Italian cuisine. It’s more of your Americanized, Olive-Garden-style pizza, pasta, and meat. Consider Tutto Italia or Trattoria al Forno for a more authentic, more expensive meal, but Tony’s is decent if you don’t want to leave Magic Kingdom.