Tony's on the Pier

Redondo Beach, CA
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210 Fisherman's Wharf
Redondo Beach, CA
Opened in 1952
Sun-Thu 11:30am-midnight
Fri-Sat 11:30am-1:30am
All ages in restaurant,
21+ only in bar
(310) 374-1442

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Tony's on the Pier



by 44 people



Everyone You
Decor 7.3
Drink Quality 5.7
Drink Selection 4.1
Food Quality 6.9
Food Selection 6.4
Mood 7.6
Music 4.6
Service 8.4
Tikiness 4
Tilt 7.8
Vibe 7.9

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Humuhumu’s description

Tony's on the Pier (also sometimes called "Old Tony's") was opened by Anthony A. Trutanich, a World War II veteran and former San Pedro fisherman, on Redondo Beach's Fisherman's Wharf in 1952. Tony's started out as a simple shack, expanding the dining room in 1961, and adding a crow's nest-like bar on top of the building in 1965.
The restaurant has open-air sliding windows opening out to waterside views, and the bar in particular has stunning 360-degree views around Palos Verdes and out over the Pacific Ocean.
Tony's decor is nautical rather than tiki, but the preserved midcentury furnishings, fishnet-covered ceilings and large fish floats will make Polynesian Pop lovers feel right at home. They serve a Mai Tai that comes in a souvenir glass.


Slowhandtikiman has visited Tony's on the Pier.
April 20, 2020, 11:02 AM
NOT really Tiki
Beach and Nautjcal. Wharf theme
Napsto has visited Tony's on the Pier.
April 21, 2019, 9:12 PM
They serve island mai Tais but nothing special. Damonís is far superior for a similar mai tai. Classic boardwalk food. We are in main restaurant and didnít go upstairs so we saw no tiki vibes. My friend did enjoy the fire chief , a mai tai with a 151 float. All in all I was underwhelmed. Definitely more boardwalk spot than tiki!
LoveCraft_Cocktails has visited Tony's on the Pier.
March 1, 2019, 9:46 PM
Tonyís is a nice enough venue if you are looking for some sit down boardwalk food and a drink or two. There are tiki elements, mostly specific to the bar rather than the rest of restaurant which has more of a beach/surf feel to it. Their menu is a pretty extensive collection of seafood with a smattering of other entrees. Nothing really stood out as particularly reminiscent of the old Polynesian restaurants though. The view was great. Service was better than than average: friendly, courteous, helpful. Unfortunately although they are known for their Mai Tai neither of us that ordered them was impressed. We were both looking for something a little more complex.
Would be willing to give it another try at some point - Iím willing to believe that another night might change my impressions.
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