How fresh is the food at Tony's? Well, the fish are swimming on one side of the store, and fried at the other. That's just how fresh we're talking.
But if you don't have the time or talents to cook your own fish, I suggest ordering a lunch plate to go at Tony's. If you want it boiled, you're in luck; Tony's has boiled shrimp, crawfish, potatoes, peanuts, crabs, lobsters and corn, depending on the season. If you'd prefer it fried, Tony's has plenty of that: fried catfish, crab fingers, crawfish tails, oysters, shrimp and stuffed crab. They've even got chicken, gumbo, poboys and my personal favorite - boudin balls. If you can't decide, check out the full menu can be found here.
Is your mouth watering yet? Then come down to Baton Rouge, and taste what Tony's has to offer yourself!
Danielle Kelley, communications intern
Danielle is the communications intern for Visit Baton Rouge. She was born and raised in East Baton Rouge Parish, and is passionate about all things Louisiana. An LSU senior, Danielle is studying mass communication with a concentration in public relations. She loves books, birds and Baton Rouge.
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