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ANTHONY'S COAL FIRE PIZZA--RESTAURANT REVIEW--FORT LAUDERDALE

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(I WAS GOING TO DO A REVIEW OF THE MOVIE I SAW TODAY BUT I WON'T DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES UNFAIR TO THE MOVIE PRESENTATION.)


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The last time I had been to an Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza was when it opened its restaurant on south Federal Highway just north of State Road 84. Today we were on our way to the movies, had time to get a bite to eat and passed this new Anthony's on the way so we decided to stop.
First and foremost it is a full service restaurant which is a big plus in their favor as so many new places are now that 'causal' service. Second I am the oven baked thick chewy pizza type of guy which sort of puts Anthony's in an also ran before we even get started. The thin, crisp, charcoal flavor pizza pie is not satisfying for me.
Am I being fair writing this review of Anthony's Coal fired pizza restaurant? It does have a lot going for it such as good ambiance, good servers, plenty of free parking and a very varied menu.
Allen had the lunch size pizza with pepperoni ($9.28) and a can of diet coke ($2.99) while I had the same but added mushrooms along with the pepperoni ($10.07). It was served fast, hot but too 'well done' for me. With tax and tip the check came to $32 which is a bit high for a 'lunch special'.

I have never tried anything else on the menu so I can only say I won't be returning to Anthony's simply because they don't serve the kind of pizza I like but if you do like the thin, small, crisp, 'burnt' like taste pizza go for it here.

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coucoulovex
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great


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Thanks--good to know someone is reading these forums! :O)


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