Bronx residents re-embrace iconic Tony’s Pier restaurant in City Island

Bronx residents have re-embraced one of their favorite seafood restaurants following a fire. Tony's Pier, located at the end of City Island Avenue, went up

Tony's Pier, located at the end of City Island Avenue, went up in flames during Superstorm Sandy last October. The restaurant reopened one week ago.

Tony's Pier, located at the end of City Island Avenue, went up in flames during Superstorm Sandy last October. The restaurant reopened one week ago. (11/6/13)

THE BRONX - Bronx residents have re-embraced one of their favorite seafood restaurants following a fire.

Tony's Pier, located at the end of City Island Avenue, went up in flames during Superstorm Sandy last October. The restaurant reopened one week ago.

News 12 was at the scene as firefighters worked to put out the fire, but nothing was left of the restaurant that had served the community for more than 60 years.

The restaurant's owners say they are happy to be serving the Bronx once again.

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