Classic Italian Tony D's expands to Fort Lauderdale

Dec 07, 2015 575

After seven years in Rochester, N.Y., the owners of this regional old-school Italian and New American restaurant have picked South Florida for its first expansion. "Too many restaurants fail by only focusing on one thing," co-owner and chef Jay Speranza says. "We will provide our guests with an equal balance of delicious, fresh and creative Italian cuisine, honest and sincere service and an upbeat, high-energy atmosphere."

Standouts include Greens and Beans with sausage ($14), crunchy yet creamy pine-nut arancini ($15), meatballs al forno with ricotta ($16), wood-fired pizzas ($15-$17), filet mignon with chianti-veal reduction ($44), tri-seafood zuppa di pesce ($41) and Nutella cream cheese-stuffed brownie ($10). Daily bellinis and sangrias are featured among specialty cocktails ($10-$14), such as Antipasti Bloody Mary and Meyer lemon limoncello.

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