With the right mix of ingredients, Anthony Bruno, founder and CEO of Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, has created an expanding restaurant company with top-quality ingredients, a simple, consistent menu, authentic, coal-burning ovens and a staff that treats guests like “family.” Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza has locations throughout Florida, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. In addition to pizza, customers enjoy a variety of “Italian Soul Food” items, including Coal Oven Roasted Chicken Wings and Eggplant Marino (named for NFL Hall of Fame legend and restaurant partner Dan Marino).Continue Reading
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- FloridaNorth Miami
1835 NE 123rd Street, North Miami, FL 33181View Location
3111 SW 160th Avenue, Miramar, FL 33027Opening Soon
- New YorkFarmingdale
1278 Route 110, Farmingdale, NY 11735Opening Soon
- FloridaFort Lauderdale North
1580 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304Opening Soon
Anthony's 50th Location Opens in North Miami!
It just got hotter in North Miami! We’ve opened our 50th restaurant at 1837 NE 123rd Street inside Causeway Square. Find out more here.
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Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza in USA Today!Is Anthony's the best pizza chain in America?
USA Today shares: “Each restaurant is different, but they typically have a pub-like atmosphere with full table service, an open kitchen behind glass or a counter, a small bar with a few counter seats, and menus and craft beer lists written on blackboards. Walls are covered with lots of old pictures of the DiMaggio-era New York Yankees and more contemporary Florida sports heroes – especially Marino… Add the flat-screens and you get an ambiance of casual neighborhood restaurant meets sports bar – the one thing it doesn’t feel like, save for the elevated stands on the tables, is a pizzeria.”
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