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Review of Tony's Pasta Shop

Tony's Pasta Shop
Ranked #149 of 880 Restaurants in Chattanooga
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited for lunch and it was delicious. Next visit to Chattanooga we want to go for dinner so we feel like we can eat a larger meal.

Be aware that there are 10% off coupons pretty readily available at hotels and attractions.

Thank Gary T
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were driving through Chattanooga on a family trip. We’d never been there before and needed a place to grab lunch. We stopped in the Bluff Art District and found Tony’s. The food was fantastic. Nice and casual. Definitely recommend it and then stroll around and check out the view of the river.

Thank Leo T
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Reviewed 8 March 2018 via mobile

Ate at Tony’s in Chattanooga - a recommendation from a friend who lives in town. The homemade pasta was amazing and the giant loaves of bread were fantastic. Maybe the best Italian food I’ve ever had. Very reasonable prices and excellent, attentive staff. Can’t wait to return on a future trip to Chattanooga.

Thank garywkey
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Reviewed 12 November 2017

We had visited the Hunter Museum of Art and after almost 5 hours was quite hungry to get something to eat. The lady at the desk in the Museum recommened this restaurant. We had to wait for a table. It was suggested we get a glass of wine prior and wait in area they have. We got seated upstairs. The restaurant does not take reservations, so be prepared to wait. The pasta is homemade. The bread is served with cloves of garlic inside with dipping olive oil on the side. Yummy. We each had pasta dishes and a house salad. All fresh and pleasant on the palate. Our only issue we had is we were seated in a room that was celebrating an 80th birthday party with a mix of all ages. It was quite loud. We did have a nice window seat but felt out of place due to the party. The wait staff was apologetic. Eventually, the lady who turned 80 came over an apologized for the commotion. She was so charming that it earased the frustration we had experienced. Do not let this refrain you from dining there, but be prepared for a wait and noise...the food will make up for it.

Thank Pamela S
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

I have eaten here a couple of times. The food is delicious, but as a diabetic, heavy pasta dishes are no longer on my menu! The staff are friendly and the service is excellent. I do recommend that you make a reservation for this restaurant because seating is fairly limited.

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