TONY’S SEAFOOD

18863 Shoreline Highway, Marshall, CA 94940

(415) 663-1107

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday, Saturday + Sunday 11:00 am – 7:30 pm

Live music every Sunday 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

(closed Wednesdays)

Dine-In | Reservations + Walk-Ins accepted

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Live Music Sundays!

Join us at Tony’s every Sunday from 5:00 – 7:00 pm for live music on the bay! View the schedule below for the next few weeks:

April 24: Jimbo Trout Duo – a fun mix of Bluegrass, old-timey, western-swing, blues, and early rock’n’roll

May 1: New Skye – An eclectic blend of Country Rock, Americana, Jazz and Blues

May 8: Fitz & Webber – “…and unconscious collection of song”

May 15: Hannah Jern-Miller – Acoustic Folk

May 22: Dorian & Bob – Vintage Jazz and R&B

May 29: Solid Air – Folk-rock/Americana originals and eclectic covers

Tony’s Seafood Restaurant, part of the Hog Island Oyster Co. family.

Tony’s Seafood was originally established by Anton ‘Tony’ Konatich, a Croatian fisherman hailing from the Isle of Iz. The year was 1948, and Marshall was a bustling port sending weekly shipments of fresh butter, milk, and seafood south to San Francisco on the single gauge rail. Anton eventually brought his family over from Iz and opened Tony’s to sell and serve his fish in the local community. The Konatich family ran Tony’s for three generations, serving locals and travelers alike heaps of seafood and sea stories, peppered with a dash of grit – staples of Marshall.

In 2017, Hog Island Oyster Co. was offered the opportunity to purchase Tony’s from the family. Co-founders John Finger and Terry Sawyer jumped at the chance to revive and restore the historical, local icon. “Tony’s means so much to so many people.” Says John Finger “Tomales Bay and the surrounding hills connect us all with a sense of place. Tony’s has always been the hub for gathering and celebrating these connections. We want to preserve this, paying homage to the stories, traditions, and foods of old, while creating a space to welcome in new ones.”

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