I have three lunches worth highlighting from the last week!
First, I was in the city twice for lunch in the last few days so let’s discuss.
The margarita pizza was as good as I remembered it. We also shared a bunch of other sides and appetizers plus a salad.
Yesterday we had a work lunch at Tony Di Napoli.
I feel like this family-style Italian restaurant is famous but maybe it’s just my opinion since I’ve been going to the various locations of the restaurant in the city since I’m little. I last wrote about dinner at Tony’s in this post.
Since Tony’s is a family-style restaurant, we ordered the following for the table:
A house salad, caesar salad, fried zucchini, chicken parmesan, eggplant parmesan, baked ziti, and rigatoni ala vodka.
I think most would argue that Tony’s is the best there is when it comes to these classic Italian dishes. In my opinion, the fried zucchini is definitely the best. I don’t normally eat fried food so I definitely felt it afterward but it was worth it.
While I was way too full for dessert, when the giant cake/ice cream combinations arrived at the table, I did have to try it.
We started with the roasted Brussels sprouts as an appetizer even though it’s a side dish. I really wanted to try them — they were so good!
And I had the power bowl for lunch.
All in all, lots of good meals lately!