Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is located right up in front of the park on Main Street USA. This classy-looking restaurant has Italian Cuisine on the menu. It has a Lady and the Tramp theme.

Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Remember the scene in Lady and the Tramp where they are sharing a plate of spaghetti outside of an Italian Restaurant? (Yeah, guys I know, they end up kissing, yuck.) That restaurant was named Tony’s. That’s about as close to the movie as this restaurant comes. There are a few decorations featuring Lady and her beau, but no dumpsters, no back door …

Lunch Menu

The lunch menu at Tony’s is fairly limited. It’s a fairly typical Italian cuisine restaurant menu complete with a wide variety of soups and salads. Appetizers include Calamari and Antipasto. Here are a few highlights from the entrees –

Lunch Entrees

  • Baked Ziti – Made with meat sauce and ricotta and topped with melted mozzarella cheese.
  • Chicken Parmigiana – Lightly breaded chicken breast with marinara sauce, melted mozzarella over spaghetti.
  • Eggplant Catasta (stack) – Layers of eggplant, fresh mozzarella, and parmesan with marinara sauce.
  • Grilled Salmon – Served over mixed greens with beets, feta cheese, and candied walnuts tossed in an orange-shallot vinaigrette.
  • Multi-Grain Pasta Primavera – Grilled seasonal veggies tossed in garlic and olive oil with balsamic glaze and feta cheese.
  • Shrimp Scampi – Linguini with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Asparagus tossed in a Garlic Sauce
  • Spaghetti – With choice of meatballs or sweet Italian sausage with marinara sauce.

There are a few sandwiches, and calazones also available. Prices start at about $11.00 and range up to around 18.00. The Spaghetti costs $16.99.

Dinner Menu

The dinner menu is a little more refined and the dishes are a little heavier. Chicken Parmigiana and Spaghetti are still available. Here are the highlights from the rest of the menu.

Dinner Entrees

  • Catch of the Day – Served with orzo pasta tossed with pancetta, roasted garlic, and seasonal veggies topped with balsamic maple glaze
  • Grilled Pork Tenderloin – with a Caper Pomodoro Sauce and Creamy Parmesan Polenta
  • New York Strip Steak – Served port wine sauce, baked romano cheese potatoes and broccoli.
  • Seafood Diavolo – Clams, mussels, calamari, salmon, and shrimp in a spicy tomato sauce with linguini. –
  • Shrimp Scampi – Linguini with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Asparagus tossed in a Garlic Sauce
  • Spinach and Ricotta Gnocchi Primavera – Seasonal Vegetables tossed in Garlic Oil and topped with Balsamic Glaze and Feta Cheese

Dinner is more expensive than lunch, but the dishes are more substantial. The identical dishes from lunch have the same price at dinner.

Dessert Menu

I just had to mention the dessert menu at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant. Most of Disney’s restaurants don’t publish a separate dessert menu. One item just jumped out at Dad when he read the menu. Any restaurant that serves an Ice Cream Bomb is OK in Dad’s book.


Gonna have to give that one a try.

Disney Restaurant Odds and Ends

You can make Advance Dining Reservation 180 days prior to your arrival. This restaurant reservations are required most of the year. These can be made online at Disney’s Dining Reservations or by calling 407-WDW-DINE. This restaurant is part of the Disney Dining Plan. Click on the link for more information about how the plan works.

All Disney Restaurants are non-smoking.

Dad’s Bottom Line

The Magic Kingdom is not a place for 4-star dining. The restaurants are built for mass production. This one is no different. Tony’s consistently has inconsistent reviews. Some people love it, but a lot of people don’t. You might have to try it for yourself to find out which category you fit in.