Tony’s is pretty cool, If you like IPA’s or some of the other similar California / America styles. Not much variety in the list here. Sausages were pretty good, sweet potato fries a bit too much for some reason. They seem to know there beer pretty well but again the selection is limited to American / hoppy beer. Bartenders were OK I guess. If you happen to be in Burbank this is your best choice.
All California beer and its always changing they have at least 35 taps, not sure about 40 as listed but I never get bored of the the selection.
Great staff, great food, very comfortable.
Before these guys revamped this old dive bar I had to drive all over the place.
The only reason they don’t have a 100 score is because sometimes its hard to get a beer. It gets crowded and loud on some nights.
I go in the aftenoon/evening.
This place is small with very limited seating. Divey inside with a tiny patio. There is no parking so you have to park on the street in the residential neighborhood around the bar. There is no table service, so you have to order at the "order here" spot at the bar and carry your beverages to the table. This can be a real challenge if you have a group and choose to sit at the outside patio. If you order food, you get a number card and they bring the food to your table. The beer selection is all on tap and all from California. The beer menu is divided into IPA and "Other." You can order a flight of sample-sized beers. Limited food choices are mostly vegan and non-vegan sausages on rolls with various toppings. The home-made potato chips were tasty.
djenkin (17) | September 12, 2010| Updated September 13, 2010
This is the best beer bar in the Los Angeles area. Comfortable, engaging, inexpensive, huge tap list changes daily.
This is my local and thank god they showed up. I was ready to move out of Burbank.
The food is great and very reasonablt priced. No beer is more than $6 and many are just $4.50 for a full pint.
I love it
Had read about this place some time ago and decided to invite a few co-workers. Everyone in our group of 10 agreed what great place this is. Each one of us have different tastes in brews, Pils to Stout. The sweet lady poured perfectly and explained the various pours and glassware to my pils buddy. Take a look at the beer book library. My hefe boss even dug this pub. I would guess there 15 to 20 bar stools and table seating for 40. Without a parking lot, you’ll find free street parking on the two cross streets. We were there at 4 on a weekday afternoon, so parking was very easy. Yes, PTE was available!
Good atmosphere, nice people working there was well. Great selection of beers - although I am not a big IPA or hop fan - if you are definitely check this place out. Beers supplied are all from California. No problem finding parking and it was free as well.
I look forward to going back!
Awesome selection, great staff, great food, very comfortable down to earth vibe. This is what a local neighborhood pub is all about! the way the Fathers Office use to be back when Lou owned it before it became a yupafied snob fest.
I can’t say enough about the vibe at Tony’s, the bartender was super friendly and there to take care of your every need.
He was on top of his game, he knew his beer, not one once of attitude and checked back often to make sure we were comfortable. These guys are doing it right! Lets just hope it stays this way.
This is my spot! Amazing beer selection of rotating California beers with a heavy emphasis on IPAs. What’s more, they have the best beer prices anywhere and use the correct glassware.
Food, staff, and patrons are all tops in my books.
Last, they have board games and a huge beer book library - how cool is that?
Great find while working up here in Burbank. Bartenders were great and my sandwich was delicious. It was busy but I still got attention when my glass was empty. This place embodies the perfect West Coast IPA bar. Some tables were playing board games and a lot of people were cooing over the Alpine Nelson IPA. I felt right at home. Thank you!
There a reason why there is so much hype about this little out of the way dive bar: It’s the real deal!
When I frist walked in I felt it could have been any bar in any town but the longer I stay the more I love it.
The beauty is in the details. Generous sized glasses, cheap prices, great food, tons of games and books, chill staff.
If they had beer from Belgium I’d give this place 100 but kept a few points off for that.