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About Jack and Tony's Restaurant and Whiskey Bar
Jack and Tony's Restaurant and Whisky Bar is located in the heart of Sonoma County's Wine Country, in Santa Rosa's Historic Railroad Square. We are just 50 miles north of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. We feature Modern American Regional cooking and an exclusive wine list focused on Sonoma County's incredible wine producers. The adjacent Whisky Bar shelves over 200 expressions of Scotch, Bourbon, Irish, American and Japanese whiskies.
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Contemporary American, Californian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:30 Am - 4:45 Pm; Dinner: 5:00 Pm - 10:00 Pm
Davis St. and Wilson St.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Our beautiful historic dining room may be reserved for private events.
Call or email email@example.com
Private Party Contact:
Marisa Rowley: (707) 526-4347
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Jack and Tony's Restaurant and Whiskey Bar Ratings and Reviews
Had the Thanksgiving pre fix. Went for the steak which was good but took long to be served and was almost cold. Tasted good, had it been warm I would add another star. Pot de creme dessert was taken to go and was amazing.the rest of my table had the Turkey plate and two out of three weren't into it; father in law ate none of it. Would return to try standard menu.
We were in town overnight looking for a good place for dinner. We found Jack and Tony's online and took a chance. The cocktails were excellent, the NY steak was great, and our waiter Ben was fabulous. We shared the steak dinner and Ben had the kitchen split the plate before it was brought to the table, no muss, no fuss. I would definitely visit Jack and Tony's again when I'm in town.
We had a great dining experience....Esther suggested some really delicious items on both the drink and dining menu. The meats and fish are hand cut in the restaurant, we had both the steak and salmon which were fresh and delicious. My husband asked for a rare Irish whiskey and they were happy to oblige. The Bananas Foster was amazing! They currently have a brown sugar cinnamon ice cream served with the Bananas Foster that forced us to finish the dish and refrain from licking the bowl. Will definitely take a high top window seat again for the food, libations and street viewing again!
One of the worst experiences we have ever had at a restaurant. To many things wrong to list. Entire bill had to be comped, because of the woefully inadequate service. The bathroom was filthy, with no soap available for hand washing. Hopefully there was another better equipped lavatory for wait and food service personnel. Jan O. Sacramento.
We have been to Jack & Tony's many times. As usual, the food was very good. However, this time the wait staff was a little on the forgetful side. Our waitress was training another waitress and our service suffered. We are trying to give the waitress some slack as she had more to do than normal, but, it wasn't busy whie we were there and this hsouldn't have been an issue.
Had early lunch before matinee at 6th Street Playhouse, very convenient, good service, menu not too large with a good variety. I had the bacon wrapped scallops with risotto and an apple reduction (delicious) with a glass of white wine. My companion had the veggie burger and she was also happy with her selection. The prices are very reasonable, you have the option of sitting at the bar, in the restaurant area (we selected a booth) or near the front where the windows are opened to get a nice breeze, service was nice and not rushed (I did not get the name of our server/waitress but she was very helpful). I plan on returning the next time I am in that area.
Nice place for a good, fairly priced dinner. The limited menu has some good, but not great meals. I would have like a larger selection of salads and, although the appetizers are all good, a better selection of starters.
Our server, Ben, was excellent. Ben let us know he had worked as a bartender and was a great asset in guiding me through the large list of bourbons. They do have some specialty cocktails that looked good. Ben knew his menu well and was able to describe the dishes we were interested in. Food came quickly, perhaps too quickly considering we had barely finished the salad we were sharing when our entrees came. Since Ben knew we were going to share a salad, it would have been nice if he had brought service plates for us or even spit the salad.
Overall it was a very pleasant meal in an nice restaurant where we could hear each other without yelling.
The restaurant is situated in the historic district of Santa Rosa. Food is pub style and well prepared. Even though we were the first customers into the restaurant for lunch, the restrooms were filthy and smelled as if they hadn't been cleaned in a long while. Made you wonder about the cleanliness of the kitchen.
The food and whiskey list never disappoint. The butternut squash soup was bathable-delicious. I'm a bit sorry I didn't bring home a vat. The New York steak was truly rare and tender. The only downside to the experience was the flight of bourbons. They were ordered based on the menu choices, but there were two substitutions when the flight arrived with no warning or explanation, thus three stars for the overall experience. The first time my friend and I frequented this restaurant, we ordered two flights without this problem, so I'm hoping our recent visit was a fluke.
On Christmas Eve you hope for a restaurant with a nice atmosphere and a nice menu selection with choices prepared with care. I don't expect service to be the greatest on a holiday, but the server "Cooper" has provided that exceptional service for two years in a row. He's not a friend of the family, but he treats you like you are. It's rare that you come across that sort of well trained, yet amicable service these days. The menu has something for every palate and all of our choices didn't disappoint. I ordered their mussels as a starter, (which can be risky in some restaurants) and they were fresh tasting and delicious. My husband and I were very satisfied with the entire experience!
First time dining out for Thanksgiving. First time dining at Jack and Tonys. Figured the traditional turkey meal would be fast, fresh and hot. Received none of the above. How could it take 45 minutes to plate a pre cooked meal? Wine pours are tiny, cocktails came in 3 different size glasses. Service was non existent but I'm not sure if it was the servers or the kitchen and bar. I will try them one more time from the bar...one can only hope!
We were a party of four, short wait before we were seated. Had to ask a busboy for water, after our drink order was taken by the waitress. There were several larger parties , not enough staff . Seemed we'd been forgotten, she finally delivered drinks, & apologized for the the extended wait. One drink order was incorrect, but she made good on it. Food was good, once it arrived. Waitress was accommodating after initial lengthy wait, did the best she could.
We've been there before for Happy Hour in the bar, table seating is limited , but had a better experience.
It was my girlfriends birthday dinner. The food was very good, pricey though. My girlfriend ordered the Petrale Sole with capers. It came with 6 capers, really?! The cost was $28!!! I ordered the pork chop and it was good. I got more food on my order for $26. We won't be coming back anytime soon. We came into the bar on a previous occasion and that was very nice. The bartender was very knowledgeable about all of the whiskeys, that is why we came back.
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