Tony’s Place Bar and Grill-Not Just Tomato Pie!

By Helene
outonthetownn3monkeys001At Tony’s Place Bar & Grill you are always treated like family “whether it’s your first time there or your 50th!”  Tony’s Place is still owned and operated by the Mallamaci family-the original opened in NE Philly in 1951 (6324 Sackett Street). Their Tomato Pies put this place on the map!  The Ivyland location opened in August 2006, with Executive Chef Lawrence Fullbright, leading the kitchen-serving exemplary upscale, Contemporary-American fare including; Flat Iron Steaks, Bone-In Pork Chops, Sautéed Chicken, Homemade Crab Cakes, and Sashimi Tuna! They also make delicious Angus and Bison Burgers, Orange Cranberry Salad, Spinach and Artichoke dip, Wings, and so much more! There is something for everybody-even a kids menu! The kitchen is open every day at 11 am and from Sunday thru Wednesday until 11pm. Thursday, Friday and Saturday it is open until midnight.

You can enjoy a fine meal inside in their restaurant which accommodates about 120 guests or at their beautiful mahogany bar with its own seating where you can watch your favorite sporting event on any of their multiple high definition televisions. If you want to feel that warm summer breeze why not have the same fine service outside on one of the largest patios in Bucks County-over 3500 sq feet! Dine on clothed, candlelit tables in a tropical setting with palm trees all around or grab a frozen drink at their large outdoor bar!

Tony’s Place is quickly gaining notoriety with their wide variety of Craft Beer. They carry over twenty draft beers and 80 varieties of bottled beers from the US and Europe including Hoegaarden, Guinness, Dog Fish, Rogue, Unibroue, Stone, Chimay, and La Chouffe to name a few. They of course carry the standard- Coors Lite, Miller Lite and Yuengling and a moderately diverse wine list available as well.

Tony’s Place is a fine place to make all your holiday dinner plans or for any special occasion.  They have brunches, five–course beer and wine dinners throughout the year, and every summer they have an annual Pig Roast!  They also are very much involved in their community, holding fundraisers and events. Every Thursday is Karaoke @10pm and Every Friday and Saturday kick back and enjoy live acoustic acts starting@10pm. Named Best of Bucks County for their Happy Hour! Get ½ off all drinks and appetizers Monday thru Friday from 4-6pm!

Only 20 minutes from Business Route 1, near Street and Jacksonville Roads, in the Ivyland borough (1297 Greeley Avenue). Make Tony’s Place your Favorite Place! For more information check out their website at www.TonysPlaceIvyland.com. Dinner Reservations are suggested for Friday and Saturday night at 215-675-7275

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