Tony Roma's es una cadena de restaurantes especializado en costillas. El primer restaurante de la franquicia se fundó en 1972 en Miami, Florida. A la fecha, existen alrededor de 260 ubicaciones en 27 países alrededor del mundo. La decisión del fundador de la franquicia en incluir costillas en el menú fue espontánea. El plato fue aceptado y rápidamente se convirtió en una de las ofertas de la firma de la cadena. Hoy en día la empresa afirma que se consideran el pioneros en este servicio. El restaurante también brinda una gama de filetes, pollo, y mariscos, además de ofrecer el servicio de bar con licores y cervezas de renombre.
3300 NW 87th Ave,Miami, FL 33172
After having fun at universal studios we just wanted to get some baby back ribs. I knew tony Roma's would not disappoint because their ribs are always consistently good. This is why I give it 4/5. It's not mind blowing but it's always consistently tender, fall off the bone, tasty, and affordable. This location was good because of the service. Our server noticed that we were sharing The full rack and went ahead and split it for us in addition to giving us 2 sides rather than the one. I was so impressed by this service. Good job guys! Also, as far as the sides go, the mashed potatoes are good. They are creamy, use red potatoes, and are large. The broccoli however was dry. It was a bit hard to eat, not very flavorful, and just average, but that's not why I came to Tony's anyways. Overall, great job!
This is my first time trying Tony Roma's. Ok I am very hungry at 9:30 pm. Apparently I didn't know that this place closes at 9pm and they still served and took my order. I have to say Thank-You. Well Universal Studio closes at 10pm and I really don't want to go out of the City Walk to hunt for food. I rather just sit down and eat, regardless what it is.
Man oh man. If I could have a lifetime supply of this restaurant's Ranch dressing, I would. I'd give up a lot. Just, I just wish this place was still in Glendale. But let me tell you this. Their ranch is incredible. I order a garden salad before my meal, with extra ranch. It's cold and thick and everything you'd expect from gourmet ranch (I don't even know what that is, but I'm putting a name to this place's ranch). The salad is perfect, sprinkled with greens, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and I add cheddar cheese. The colors of the salad alone fill you up.