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After an amazing event at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies highlighting #boricuasonline, a couple of us, including several panelists decided to go grab some food together. We didn’t have a particular destination and we ended up at Tony’s Di Napoli.
Let me say this, the thing I remember most about this restaurant was our server. He was very cool, and we were joking around the entire evening. Great dude, and really gave this place some personality.
As I mentioned, the server was awesome, the ambiance was great, the space overall was very good. It was perfect for a relatively large group of loud people to sit and eat together.
The dishes are served family style, and since I happen to be a very selective eater, I opted out of that method and decided to get my own dish.
I went with the seafood linguini picture above, it was pretty good. A relatively large and filling dish. Honestly, the dish doesn’t stand out as anything other than normal seafood linguini. There really isn’t much to say about it. It was good, but it wasn’t a dish that wowed me.
Would I return? Sure, why not!
Growing Up Bronx