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Top Reviews of Tony's Pizza
01/25/2015 - JT
Tonys used to be the best pizza place around. The food is still good, but the service is terrible. A bunch of kids with no supervision and they seem to hate being at work. The attitude seems to be they are doing you a favor. Hair nets do not seem to be a requirement. I hope someone turns this place around. It should still be one of the best.
09/26/2014 - Jayson M
CUSTOMER SERVICE IS THE WORST!!! Called in and NEVER even got past that point. Asked 3 questions: Asked any specials? Asked what they recommend? Asked if I could view menu online? All this idiot could answer was "uhhh I dont know" Frustrated I asked if there was someone else I could talk to that could actually help me. Then he hung up the phone. Very Unprofessional...Poor Service. I'd rather go somewhere else to spend My Hard earned Money. Food and Service was better back 10 years ago, but now nothing but KIDS working there. Doubt Ill go there again.
05/06/2014 - Logan S
I have been coming to Tony's for years and I have always loved the food, BUT the customer service has been spiraling down for a while. I am actually writing this review as I'm sitting here, mainly because I will NOT be coming back. The service is HORRIBLE!! It's pretty sad such a great family restaurant has turned out this way.
01/04/2014 - vince
holy crap how can you have such good food but such terrible custumer service from staff and call in take out the worse i have ever exsperinced .they dont greet you they sound pissed off and they must hate thier jobs i have not ordered there since my last take out, i would rathere go to logoris which is further away when tonys is just down the street never a thank you how are you. the only reason they are still open is that there food is good and cheap and utah people are frugule.so if you want to feel like shit and feel like having a bad day go dine there as for me i will take my hard earn cash to a business that knows the meaning of good custumer service . the dad must be rolling in his grave unless he was a asshole too..
06/20/2013 - willey
customer service was terrible food was pretty good overall
12/17/2010 - EMILY
Good food terrible service!
Love the meatball sandwhiches.. and salads and all of the pasta dishes.. really affordable and delicious... plus take out is fast and easy love it!
12/30/2008 - Stanlington
To be honest, I was formerly employed as a cook at Tony's back when I was in high school, but I love the food and atmosphere enough to write a favorable review. If you're ever in the neighborhood, Tony's is certainly something you should experience.
I've tried everything on the menu and while, of course, some foods are better than others, I've never been disappointed or let down. The menu isn't super huge, but here's a quick run through of it. Pizzas have a homemade, secret-recipe type sauce and thin crust and are delicious. Pizzas come in a small [12inch] or large [15inch] only. Four sub sandwich options: meatball, pastrami, hamburger, or sausage burger. I'd recommend having them add pickles and jalapenos. Four different types of pastas: tortellini, spaghetti, ravioli, or rigatoni. Be sure to get a salad [only one house dressing: a great vinagrette type] and garlic bread with you're meal too. Those are both delicious.
Eh. A lot of high school kids are employed there so they get distracted easily. You'll need to be patient with them. It's also got a smaller dining area and it's pretty popular, so there can sometimes be long waits for open tables. Just remember patience.
Prices are good. Pastas and sandwiches are between five and ten dollars, which is only a few bucks more than what you'd pay for a fast food meal. No room for complaints at all. If I remember correctly, pizzas are between ten [around this for a small] and seventeen [less than this for a large] dollars. You've got to remember that a small pizza can feed at least two people, a large at least three or four. Garlic breads and salads are around two bucks.
It's good. Kind of a hole in the wall [and I don't mean this in a dirty or pejorative way; it's just a small place in a brick building that's easy to miss]. Lighting is on the darker side. Smaller dining room means tables are somewhat close together on busy nights like Fridays and Saturdays. It's easy to hang out and have fun and talk like you should in a pizza joint though.
Overall, you really ought to check it out the next chance you get. Good food, good prices, fun times.
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