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    My wife has never been to one. I went to one when I was like 7 or 8yrs old (31yrs now) but I was wondering if anyone ate at the one near Disneyland? If so is it any good and would it be a good spot to take a wife who has never been there?

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    Re: Tony Romas

    While I've not been to that particular location, I've been to many others and can't imagine that it wouldn't be of the same quality. If you like ribs, you'll most likely enjoy dining there.

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    Re: Tony Romas

    Like it! Good food, reasonable prices.
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    Re: Tony Romas

    Thanks you 2

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    Re: Tony Romas

    Be sure to order the original baby back ribs! They are the best ever!

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    Re: Tony Romas

    Get the combo platter if you're feeling especially piggy! Its got a little bit of everything on it, Ribs, Chicken, Sausage etc. I get this because I can't ever decide what I want.
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    Re: Tony Romas

    Will do Thanks again

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    Re: Tony Romas

    My Sister-in-Law used to be a server there. Other than crowds during peak Disney times, the restaurant is not too bad. The food is good, and the servers are (usually) attentive.

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    Re: Tony Romas

    We've eaten there lots of times. We highly recommend it.
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    Re: Tony Romas

    I love Tony Romas! Aside from a slight minor incident, the service was great and the food was even better for the price. It's one of the few places I wouldn't mind having lunch at outside the resort. I also love that 'Disneyfied' Leonardo Da Vinci poster they have by the restrooms.
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    Re: Tony Romas

    It's a good Tony Romas; much better than the ones we had in Arizona (which we lost years ago). I would try it out. Order whatever ribs you like (I think the St Louis in the most popular). But try all their sauces; it creates a different experience and taste.

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    Re: Tony Romas

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Drunk Dave @ DL View Post
    (I think the St Louis in the most popular).
    The Original Baby Back ribs are what made Tony Roma's famous and are still their most popular item.

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    Re: Tony Romas

    Quote Originally Posted by Viking16 View Post
    My wife has never been to one. I went to one when I was like 7 or 8yrs old (31yrs now) but I was wondering if anyone ate at the one near Disneyland? If so is it any good and would it be a good spot to take a wife who has never been there?
    I ate there on my last trip to DLR back in September and had what I consider to be the best steak dinner I've had in years.
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    Re: Tony Romas

    Thank you everyone. For your input I will take my wife there. Now I could only get in to club 33 . But don't think that will happen .

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