Tony’s Riverside Menu

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  • Robyn O.

    I have had the Cajun Burger several times now and it is amazing--hand pattied burgers-great flavor with nice heat. Always busy!

  • Mister H.

    Good Up-North food. We ride our ATV's there a lot and it is handy, on the trail and plenty of parking. Pizza is good, mind you I am not a gourmet pizza fan, so when I say it is good, I mean it is good for a pizza joint. If you want 5 star cuisine in Spooner then head back to the cities. For what they are trying to do they do it well.

  • Terri A.

    Pizza is good but menu listed 16" house special for $16.99 and they charged me $21.99. Need to update website or at least tell you the correct price when you order it. Deceptive.

  • Candace V.

    We have only ordered carry out pizza and haven't eaten in. The pizza was edible but nothing I would rave about. It is definitely better than a frozen pizza. We are transplants from the Chicago area and pizza really has to be exceptional to get rave reviews from us. It wasn't the best pizza in the area and definitely didn't compare to the pizza we are used to, but it worked and was edible in a pinch.

  • Beth F.

    One of the things I like about the restaurants in Spooner is that there are hardly any chains. Most of what they've got here are small, locally owned joints. One of the things I don't like about the restaurants in Spooner is that a lot of them serve cheap food. And when I say cheap, I'm not talking about what it costs. With very few exceptions, most of the restaurants I've been to here have been somewhere between mediocre and less-than-mediocre and they use cheap shortcuts. The food at Tony's is mediocre, in my opinion. I've been there a few times and have been happy with the bar food appetizers and drinks. The pizza was a little weird but anyone who's lived in Chicago tends to leave with a bit of a Pizza Snob Complex and I'm no different. I also want to add that my 3-year-old nephew informed me that the pizza at Tony's was "wiggly." What does that mean??? I'm not sure but he might be on to something... As for the entrees--they've just been okay. The SIZE of what they bring to the table is beyond ridiculous. There's no way I could ever eat everything they put in front of me. The fare here also tends to side heavily on the fried, bar food variety so unless the place is using fresh ingredients, I'm decidedly disinterested by whatever it is they're selling. And unfortunately, it's been my experience that Tony's cuts corners. As for the good things about this spot, it is always PACKED, so when I'm here with my Spooner relatives, we always get to see and talk to a lot of local people. The tables in the back room are also huge so you can pack a ton of folks around each table. I probably wouldn't ever want to live in a small town myself, but I love visiting them and talking to the people who do. And Tony's is perfect for that.

  • Deb S.

    I can't believe this place is busy. We ordered several things, nothing was good. Pizza - the crust was like hard cardboard. Breaded fish - this was just okay, probably the best thing we tried, and portion was not very big. Fries - hand cut - greasy, overdone and flavorless. Hash browns - greasy, flavorless. Broasted chicken - I don't think broasted means what they think it means - it was greasy on the outside, dry on the inside, and once again flavorless, even the breading seemed like it had no seasoning in it - sure seemed fried to us. Ok, the cole slaw was okay but even that was a little too much horseradish. When my husband opened the butter packet to butter his roll, it was all melted and spilled out all over. We left feeling very ripped off, did not finish most of our food. A last note, as my husband was waiting for me to use the restroom, a waitress walked by him bringing a pizza to the table, and she had the plates for the pizza actually stacked right on top of the pizza itself. Classy joint!

  • A J.

    Good food selection. The many times I have eaten there the food is fairly good, not the best I have had but I keep going back. The servers are friendly but everything comes out slow no matter how busy they are.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No



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