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Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Opens Fourth Boston Area Location

June 20, 2016.News

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – June 13, 2016 – Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, the South Florida-based concept that uses authentic old world, coal-burning ovens to create “well done” pizza, is continuing its Boston-area expansion with a restaurant in Littleton, Mass., opened Thursday, June 23. The restaurant is located at 201 Constitution Avenue, just off the Route 119 exit of I-495 across from the Courtyard Marriott Littleton.

This is the fourth Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza to open in the Boston area in the past year, following successful debuts in Westwood, Reading and Northborough.

“Bostonians sure know good pizza,” said Founder/CEO Anthony Bruno. “We’re very excited about our brand’s continued growth and look forward to bringing our Coal Fired specialties to our fans in Littleton.”

 Hours of operation for the Littleton location are 11:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11:30 a.m. – 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. In addition to dining in, patrons can carry out by calling 978-486-4124. A full bar is available.

“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