It’s time to visit your Uncle Tony’s.
The restaurant and pizzeria is the newest addition to Farmingdale’s growing restaurant row on Main Street. After a major remodeling, Uncle Tony’s has opened in the former site of Cascarino’s.
The grand opening is June 1 and will honor local police, firefighters, emergency medical service and first responders, said general manager Bonnie Day. They’ll get free food tastings, she added.
Uncle Tony’s offers traditional Italian-American specialties as well as pizzas. The restaurant has “Sunday Sauce” pots to go, serving three to five people. The pots feature meatballs and sausages, vodka sauce with chicken on penne, and rigatoni with ragu. They’re $34.95.
The menu, available family-style and in individual servings, includes dishes such as baked clams, fried calamari, eggplant rollatini, ravioli, linguine with seafood, pork chops with vinegar peppers, veal Marsala and Milanese, and assorted Parmigianas.
Pizzas include Sicilian, Margherita, marinara and specialty pies such as clam, white, gluten-free and the “famous Grandma.”
Uncle Tony’s is open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday to Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Uncle Tony’s, 302 Main St., Farmingdale; 516-777-3600, uncletonysoffarmingdale.com