What used to be the Barrel House location in downtown Moline is now home to an already known pizzeria.

Tony's Chicago Style Pizzeria opened its doors last week at 1321 5th Avenue in Moline. The restaurant has been in the QC for several years and moved from its previous Moline location, which was at 1610 7th Street. Tony's did have a spot in Davenport but that location closed.

That space used to be the downtown Moline location of Barrel House. You'll remember that the Barrel House Moline location didn't reopen after the initial pandemic shutdowns.

Meanwhile, it was last December when Tony's closed its Davenport location on West Kimberly (by Hy-Vee).


The new inside:


Tony's Chicago Style Pizzeria offers many different kinds of hot dogs, beef sandwiches, appetizers like bruschetta and cheese bread, and a create-your-own pizza menu with both thin crust and deep dish options available, as well as gluten-free. They have a list of specialty pizzas on the menu too, including chorizo taco pizza, Tony's Deluxe, and Garlic Delight.

If pizza isn't your thing, they also have different kinds of pasta and shrimp. Their menu also has chicken wings, calzones, and chocolate chip cannolis for dessert. The restaurant also has a full-service bar. You can see their full menu here.


  • Sunday-Thursday: 11:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
  • Friday-Saturday: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m.

Tony's is looking to hire cooks, bartenders, and servers for their new restaurant. For more details and to get updates from Tony's you can keep up with them on Facebook or visit their website.

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