Our first visit to Tony's wasn't too good. Both the salmon and filet were undercooked and not to our liking. Apparently there was a problem in the kitchen that evening and some of the meals, including ours, were below par. This was billed as an expensive, top-notch restaurant so our first thought was to write it off but there were so many good reviews we took a chance and went back a second time. It was like day and night. Our second experience was five stars! We had the mussel appetizer and there were so many we couldn't eat them all. We decided to split a 12 oz filet. It was delicious and cooked perfectly. Overall it was a very pleasurable dining experience. Tony's is in an old Bravo itialian restaurant so it's wide open and a bit noisy. It's not the place for an intimate dining experience but the food can't be beat.