It’s not haute cuisine, but Tony’s does a decent job
with pasta (multigrain and gluten-free options available). Go at lunch,
when it’s cheaper, and ask for a seat on the porch when you book.
Setting and Atmosphere
Just inside the Magic Kingdom on Main Street,
with a glass-windowed porch that’s wonderful for watching the action
outside, Tony’s Town Square is a bit worn around the edges, but it’s
another rite of passage for Disney fans—you must have a plate of spaghetti
in the restaurant that commemorates Lady and the Tramp.
Lunch: sausage-and-pepperoni flatbread, spaghetti with
meatballs. Dinner: shrimp scampi, chicken Parmigiana, New York strip.
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