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Tony's Texas Hots

300 Main Street, Johnson City, NY - (607) 797-0366
A Texas hot is a chili dog, preferably with chopped raw onions and mustard. Tony's has been around for years, a low-cost storefront diner evocative of urban eats of decades past.
80% Approval Rating (10 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Chili Dog

Highlighted Reviews

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Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle - Photos (3)
Roadfood.com Editor
"New York State hot dog cookery covers a broad stylistic swath, from the snapping, garlicky beef franks of "The City," to the slashed, grilled-over-coals beef-and-pork beauties of Buffalo and Rochester. Virtually every city of any size will have one or more old-time ..."   [Read More]
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Mike Spak
February 21, 2006
"I visited Tony's on a rainy day in December. They had the grill loaded up for the lunch rush, but there was only one regular in the place. I was glad to be able to tell the grill man (owner?) that he had a better product than the overrated Pink's in LA, which I'd ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

300 Main Street, Johnson City, NY
(607) 797-0366

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:No
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
Onions, mustard, chili.
"Onions, mustard, chili."
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle





Tony's feels as if it could have jumped right out of one of Binghamton native Rod Serling's nostalgic teleplays depicting a long lost time.
"Tony's feels as if it could have jumped right out of one of Binghamton native Rod Serling's nostalgic teleplays depicting a long lost time."
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle


Anthropomorphic food signs should not be ignored.  They often signal interesting eats.
"Anthropomorphic food signs should not be ignored. They often signal interesting eats."
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle



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