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For the quintessential dining experience with service (and prices) to match, there's only one place to go, and Tony's is it. The decor is elegant yet subdued, and the wine list is unparalleled, with many sold by the glass. Every day brings a list of specials influenced by whatever is freshest and in season. The regular seasonal menu at this Greenway Plaza mainstay is a food lover's delight, with dishes such as salmon carpaccio and main courses such as truffle-crusted snapper and Veal T-bone Fiorentina. Try the profiteroles and the flourless chocolate cake.
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Although it's a classic in every sense of the word, Tony Vallone's namesake restaurant is not content to rest on its laurels. A big, bold space reflects the expansive and adventurous menu under Chef Grant Gordon, who is able to cook Elysian Field Farms lamb racks with mint jus for Tony's signature upper-crusty society clientele as deftly as he constructs elaborate tasting menus featuring dishes such as an exciting Italian-Japanese fusion of tuna toro with fedelini alla chitarra, Sicilian... More »
Everything about Tony's exudes class, and if you're entertaining an important client, you'll want everything to be executed flawlessly from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave. That's precisely what you'll get here. If you're into "over the top" and have a limitless expense account, open with a magnum of 1995 Perrier Jouet for $550; nothing says celebration better than champagne. A bottle of 1945 Petrus at $30,000 should work for the meal (although the wine list warns that vintages... More »
Think you can't afford Tony's? Think again, for there's a bargain for the taking. Considering that the entrees alone range from $12 to $32 for lunch, Tony's prix-fixe lunch (a.k.a. the Crescent Express) is quite the bargain. Just $17 gets you a three-course lunch with soup or salad (which change daily), a main course (which changes every two weeks or so) and dessert. A typical meal might include white bean and andouille sausage soup, Romano-crusted chicken breast over arugula and heirloom t... More »
Oh, come on. You knew it was still Tony's, right? The Post Oak institution is the white-glove, cork-waving place to dine if you want to really be waited on. And it's not just about being surrounded by help -- it's the feeling that you're somebody. If Cheers is the place where everybody knows your name, then Tony's is the place where everyone is someone special. It doesn't matter if you're a bricklayer or a captain of industry -- you always get superb treatment. It's the philosophy that made... More »
Beautiful Atmosphere! Upscale and the finest of the fine dining to be found in the Houston area. Duck served table side is that which you will never duplicate or have again anywhere ever! The menu evolves seasonally and the wines are to die for. The wait staff is professional, crisp, and never leave you wanting for anything. The Desserts are out of this world and some even quirky and fun! Expect to spend but more importantly, expect to get more than your money's worth!
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