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Anntony's Caribbean Cafe
With fond memories of home-cooked meals in British Guyana spurring him on, it was only a matter of time until Dr. Tony Martin opened a restaurant after moving to the United States. The time finally came in 1986, when he founded a small, Caribbean-themed cafe named Anntony's—a combination of his mother's name (Ann) and his own.
Tony was quick to fill the menu with generations-old family recipes, such as brined rotisserie chicken, spicy vegetable curry, and stuffed flounder. These and other dishes soon became so popular that Tony began selling the cafe's sauces and spice blends on their own. Not to be outdone by the vibrant menu, the cafe's decor exudes Caribbean character. Bright yellow, blue, and orange walls complement the colorful flags of Caribbean nations hanging from the ceiling and the festively dressed pirates dueling with silverware.