Tony and Joe's Fetes Tony on His 77th Birthday

Sandy Bellamy, Councilmember Marion Barry, Tony and Lynn Cibel and Councilmember Jack Evans.
Neshan H. Naltchayan
Sandy Bellamy, Councilmember Marion Barry, Tony and Lynn Cibel and Councilmember Jack Evans.

Tony Cibel celebrated his 77th birthday with a couple hundred of his closest friends June 5 at his waterfront restaurant at Washington Harbour, Tony and Joe's Seafood Place, which marked its 25th year in 2012. Cibel is a native Washingtonian.

Tony Cibel founded Tony and Joe's with Joe Rinaldi in October 1987 at the newly constructed Washington Harbour. His business projects have expanded since then. Cibel is the patriarch of the Oceanside Management Family of restaurants, which has included the Dancing Crab, Tony & Joe’s Seafood Place, Nick’s Riverside Grille, Kaufmann’s Tavern, Cabanas and the Rockfish. Tony and Joe's survived the April 2011 flooding at the waterfront that damaged it and several other places. With a re-design, it emerged better than ever.

Party-goers were treated to oysters, shrimp, lamb chops, sauteed soft-shell crabs, split lobster, prime rib and drinks, of course -- and, yes, there was dancing.

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