Welcome to the Original Tony’s Pizzaria
at Surfer’s Point, Ventura Beach, California!

 Family-owned & operated since June of 1959 when Johnny “Tony” Barrios decided to share his classic recipes, which until then had only been passed down from generation to generation within the Barrios family. Today, Tony’s children Bruce, Tony & Linda and nephew Abel are keeping their father’s legacy alive and are now running the Pizzaria. Here at Tony’s every pizza is made with love.

Small and quaint, this timeless landmark continues to be a local favorite specializing in New York style hand tossed pizza. Our dough and sauce is made from scratch daily. We only use the best local ingredients and chop our vegetables every day. Our fresh mozzarella is of premium quality and grated every day. We blend just the right amount of spices to create our signature homemade sausage.

Come! Please enjoy the Barrios family recipes that so many have loved in this very same location for over 50 years, keeping locals and visitors alike coming back!

Every pie is made to order and as Tony says “Every Pizza is a Masterpizza!”

Tony's Pizzaria

186 E. Thompson Blvd.
Ventura, CA 93001
(805) 643-8425

Hours of Operation (Summer and Fall 2022)

Monday - Wednesday: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 10:00pm

*Patio remains open 1 hour after closing

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Cafe Society: Tony’s Pizzaria marks 60th year of feeding folks headed to, from the fair

If you’ve already been to the Ventura County Fair this year, chances are you noticed the jump in the cost of on-site parking. It’s $15, up from $10 just a year ago.

Then again, maybe you’re a “never pay for parking” person like me, in which case you either catch a free shuttle to the fairgrounds or you park waaaay  outside the gates and walk in by way of the underpass at Figueroa Street and Thompson Boulevard in downtown Ventura.

Read full story at vcstar.com


Tony’s Pizzaria in downtown Ventura is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, a fact that patrons can toast with a can of beer or a glass of wine thanks to the new alcohol license that took effect last week.

Selections include beers from Ventura’s own Topa Topa Brewing Co. and MadeWest Brewing Co., along with an Opolo Vineyards zinfandel, a Justin cabernet sauvignon and several varietals from Pacific Cruise Highway 1 Wines.