Tony Roma's American origin is quite obvious in the way the restaurant's interior is designed. A dark interior served as a reminder to those American dramas portraying bars. Even so, there is ample lighting for patrons to see their surroundings, to navigate around, and to avoid throwing a wink at the wrong person by mistake.
It would be interesting to say that the beverages of Tony Roma's most intrigued me. With names like Caramel Apple Cooler and Cranberry Mojito, it would be hard not to have my interest piqued, especially when I had no idea what the name meant without the details offered below each item.
I chose Mojo Chicken as our main dish and was not disappointed by the dish. "Mojo" is related to magic, and I would agree with the taste of this dish being magical. Lined with tropical pineapple, the slightly tangerine taste crunching with each bite makes you hunger for more.