Tony is an entrepreneur and the business mind behind all Foreman Wolf restaurants and wine shops. Tony opened Savannah restaurant in Baltimore's Fell's Point with chef Wolf in 1995 and then went on to establish Charleston in 1997, where Foreman is co-owner and wine director.
Tony and Cindy's second restaurant, Petit Louis Bistro, opened in 2000. This classic French bistro in Baltimore's Roland Park was inspired by many bistros throughout Paris, France. In November 2001, Foreman added a wine store, BIN 604 Wine Sellers, to the portfolio. This innovative wine shop in downtown Baltimore was named Best New Wine Shop in the Country by Food and Wine magazine in 2002. The second wine store, BIN 201 Wine Sellers opened in Annapolis, Maryland in December, 2009 at Annapolis Towne Centre.
Foreman opened PAZO, a magnificent Baltimore restaurant and lounge serving the flavors of the Western Mediterranean in a stunning converted 1880's machine shop in late 2004. Cinghiale, a modern Italian restaurant opened in September of 2007. The Cinghiale wine list was recognized by Food & Wine magazine as having one of the best new wine lists in the country in 2008. In October of 2012, Johnny's opened to offer the Roland Park neighborhood an everyday eatery with an extensive coffee program, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and sweets.
Tony earned a B.S. in Restaurant and Hotel Management from Widener University in Pennsylvania and holds a Sommelier Certificate from the school in Colmar, France.