Friday, December 17, 2010

Tony's Seafood Restaurant

I've heard it said this is a great place to eat, but we have not yet verified that comment. Looks pretty good, though.

7 comments:

bfarr said...

My eyes jumped right to the take home quarts, 1/2 gallons, and gallons....

Small City Scenes said...

Yummy!! I love Clam Chowder. The PNW is famous for Chowder too. Anywhere there are clams I suppose.
Remember 'Keep Clam'. LOL MB

cieldequimper said...

You'll have to tell us. Do you like clam chowder? I love it -when it's good!

Lisa Wilson said...

A gallon of clam chowder? That would last awhile unless having a dinner party.

Lois said...

Well the clam chowder must be good if they can sell it by the gallon!

Marsi @ The Cottage Cheese said...

Tony's chowdah is wicked awesome! Ok, that's a fake accent, but seriously - they have won 2 national competitions for it. Delicious seafood at Tony's - go when the charming back courtyard is open. Save room for the key lime pie!

JACK E. BOUCHER said...

Folks.......When I had your clam chowder on a visit there in January with friends from Gainesville...I though I had died and gone to heaven! I've had clam chowder from Atlantic City to New England including Nantucket and Martha"s vine. I am a self appointed expert on Chowder as a result! The closest I've come to perfection was on Nantucket at the Coffin House Hotel, and yours is a clear 10.00 on the Richter Scale...superb, delicious, and far superior! Hope you get quart containers soon, I'm a widower who does not even like to freeze ice cubes, lest texture and taste get changed. Signed JACK E. BOUCHER OF SILVER SPRING, MD. 3/21/11