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Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Featured in USA Today!

February 20, 2015.News

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“The concept has been wildly successful, and with partners including Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino, the pizzerias now dot the East Coast, with 25 just in Florida, and another two dozen in New York, Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, with the newest one getting ready to open outside Boston.

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. These are mixed with random images of Sinatra, Ali, Lennon and Marilyn Monroe. 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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“I recently visited your Edison location this past Sunday, and I would like to give your company a round of applause. The food was delicious! I can honestly say it was one of the best pizzas I’ve ever had! Great food, great service! We will definitely be back!”
Lorraine W. Location: Ramsey, NJ
“Your food is consistently great, only to be exceeded by the outstanding service of [your manager and assistant manager].”
Howard S. Location: Boca Raton, FL
“I grew up in Pittsburgh, went to Pitt, and I am a huge Dan Marino fan! I have eaten at your place in Pittsburgh a few times and it’s amazing! We desperately need a place like yours in Nashville.”
Jeff H. Location: Pittsburgh, PA
“I recently visited your location in Orlando, FL and was amazed not only at the outstanding tasting food, but the atmosphere and service were also incredible.”
Frank P. Location: Orlando, FL
“We visited Florida in February 2013 and upon landing in Ft. Lauderdale, we stopped for lunch at Anthony’s Runway 84. During our 9 day stay, we had Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza and [went] back to dinner at Anthony’s Runway 84 just before departing from Ft. Lauderdale Airport. You are to be complimented because growing up Italian, we never ordered meatballs outside, but we tried yours for an appetizer and have had them several times.”
Joanne C. Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL