Tony C’s Sports Bar Set to Open at Assembly Row [Updated]

The 11,000 square-foot space will feature a scratch-made menu, a Jumbotron, and more.
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Beer battered fish sandwich at Tony C’s. Photo provided

An 11,000 square-foot sports bar honoring Red Sox legend and Revere native, Tony Conigliaro, will open on December 28 in Somerville’s Assembly Row. Named Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill, the baseball-themed venue will be designed to resemble Fenway Park with retro fonts and open-faced brick walls dotted with black and white photographs. In addition, Tony C’s will have 90 televisions, a four-sided Jumbotron, and an outdoor patio that seats up to 144 guests.

Columbia native Giovani Suarez, formerly of Grill 23 and Abe & Louie’s, helms the kitchen. Even with Tony C’s ability to accommodate a whopping 500 guests, Suarez will be making everything from scratch. Made-to-order dishes will include a seafood jambalaya, Philly cheesesteak wontons, the #25 Burger (cheddar cheese, barbecue sauce, fried pork belly, fried egg, sesame brioche bun), and the Chicken Conigliaro (essentially chicken piccata).

Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill will be open daily for lunch, dinner, and cocktails from 11-1 a.m. See below for the full menu.

Tony C’s Sports Bar & Grill Menu

699 Assembly Row, Somerville; 617-996-1520.


Christopher Hughes Chris Hughes, Food Editor at Boston Magazine chughes@bostonmagazine.com