Yes, equally efficient servers are just as graceful at scrappier restaurants (King Louie's comes to mind), but Tony's is, well, Tony's. In business since 1946, Bommarito takes the quality of service as seriously as he takes the food. He understands that good service enhances the gestalt of the dining experience and that a great server must achieve a delicate balance between being attentive and overbearing, all the while exuding grace and confidence. A half-full glass of water is refilled while you blink, and your server arrives before you can raise your pointer. Attention to detail, careful training and an extremely low turnover at Tony's nearly dictate that you're going to be pampered, and you always are.
To avoid useless fat, check out the best of the meal of the day at WC -- breakfast, if only for the world's best affordable coffee. It's not pretentiously "gourmet," but it's good and hot and, chances are, it moves quickly. The worst thing for coffee is to sit and burn. A large java with a plain cake doughnut -- individually wrapped -- comes to a reasonable $1.11. It's just the right mix of sugar and caffeine to jerk you into alertness. While waiting for a WC employee to pour the coffee into a paper cup with a faux Starbucks logo, don't forget a napkin to wrap around it. Coffee-cup holders are nowhere to be found. But where else could you get good coffee, a government-issue doughnut and a chance to hear a customer at 8:30 a.m. in the drive-thru order chicken rings with melted "cheese"?