My 13 Summers of Red Sauce at Tony’s in Atlantic City

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“... Nothing has changed about Tony’s since my South Philly Italian-American grandparents stepped through that door in the 1950s. 

The antipasto platters are something you only see in mom-and-pop restaurants in the tristate area: full rounds of sliced deli salami, two pieces of the whitest provolone cheese, pepperoncini the color of a highlighter, and canned black olives that we’d promptly place on our fingertips.”  Emily SchultzBon Appetit (Follow her on Instagram)

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