Tony’s Di Napoli Italian Restaurant

Outside of Tony's Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff
Rating
4.7/5

It’s a cold, lovely Manhattan evening out and I joined a friend at Tony’s Di Napoli. Tony’s is a bustling Italian eatery with large, sharable portions of Italian comfort food in a vibrant setting. This evening I dined at the 3rd Avenue location–they have a second restaurant in the Theater district at 147 West 43rd Street.

The restaurant is roomy with two intimate bar areas.

Tony’s features a comfortable, friendly atmosphere, to the point where you feel like you’re in a friend’s living room. A place where to relax, indulge in wonderful Italian fare and visit with good friends.

Here are the bar and dining areas.

I started with the house salad with vinaigrette dressing—fresh and delicious!

Salad at Tony's Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff
Salad at Tony’s Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff

The bread was not just ok, but freshly baked, warm, crispy, and an important part of the meal.

Fresh Bread at Tony's Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff
Fresh Bread at Tony’s Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff

For my entree, I selected Tony’s Chicken, which the chef prepared just how I like it–grilled and accompanied by delicious tomatoes prepared in a bruschetta mix to place on top of the chicken breast. It was terrific,

Roasted Chicken at Tony's Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff
Roasted Chicken at Tony’s Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff

with a large enough portion for me to take some home for tomorrow’s dinner.

Tomato Salad at Tony's Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff
Tomato Salad at Tony’s Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff

I noticed a marvelous roasted potato dish being delivered to neighboring patrons that fit beautifully with my meal.

Roasted Potatoes at Tony's Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff
Roasted Potatoes at Tony’s Di Napoli Restaurant, Midtown Manhattan. Photo: Sora Vernikoff

Delicious, old-world fare.

Tony’s DiNapoli, 1081 3rd Ave, New York, NY · (212) 888-6333

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Insightful author, journalist, blogger, world traveler, and Best-Selling and Award-Winning Author of Eat What You Want! Stop When You Want! found at A No-Diet, Weight-Loss Program at www.nodieting.net or Amazon. She has taught hundreds of unhappy dieters to use her eat and stop yourself weight-loss program to lose weight and find peace with food. Sora Vernikoff holds two Master’s Degrees, the first in Teaching and the second in English as a Second Language. She taught in the New York City Public School System in East New York, Brooklyn for 30 years and has traveled the globe. For many years she was also the New York City Charity writer for Examiner.com. An avid blogger, her own www.anewyorkerspointofview.com shares all things fun and entertaining in New York City while posting her interesting trips under the blog’s Travel tab. She is currently immersed in writing her next book, which teaches a Positivity Program letting you immediately zap negative or self-doubting thoughts in one session with but one question.

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