The menu was expansive, offering many pasta, pizza, and sub options. Prices for weekday lunch hours were $2 to $3 lower than prices for weekend lunch/all dinner hours, which struck me as odd as nothing on the menu indicated any difference in the amount/type of food you would receive with the price difference. Tried among the three of us were the Meatball Parmesiano Sub ($6), the Salami Sub ($6), and the Chicken Marsala ($11).\r
Theres something about getting a sandwich whose filling doesnt actually fill up the sandwich that is disappointing. Other than that, the meatball sub was above average, decently seasoned meatballs with an above average marinara sauce on a lightly toasted baguette. \r
The upsides to the salami sub were the bountiful fresh toppings and the side of marinara sauce that was a bit tangy. The downside? Similar complaint as the meatball sub: I only get 6 slices of salami? \r
Service was just decent, our water glasses never needed refills as they were giant glasses to begin with. I cant remember the waiter checking in on us any time between bring us the food and the check. We had to wait a bit to get our check when we were done eating (a bit of an annoyance since we were trying to make it on time for the Rangers game). But since it is an extremely casual eatery, I can understand the just the basics service routine.\r
Perhaps I shouldve stuck with pizza since thats what got this place on my map (but there were just so many options on the menu!) Tonys didnt impress in any way to warrant a revisit unless I was in Arlington for a weekday lunch (in which case each item we ordered wouldve been anywhere from $2 to $4 less). I will probably get pizza if that happens.