Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

954-462-5555
2203 S Federal Hwy
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza - Homestead Business Directory

Business Information

Pizza, Restaurants
Italian
performance
MONDAY:11:30AM-10:00PM
TUESDAY:11:30AM-10:00PM
WEDNESDAY:11:30AM-10:00PM
THURSDAY:11:30AM-10:00PM
FRIDAY:11:30AM-10:00PM
SATURDAY:11:30AM-10:00PM
SUNDAY:12:30PM-10:00PM

Message from the Business

Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza: Pizza Well Done!
A specialty pizza restaurant that features the "well done" taste of cooking in an 800-degree, coal-fired oven. Authentic Italian recipes are joined with fresh, top-quality ingredients, personal service and a contemporary high-energy atmosphere creating a quality restaurant chain with a loyal fan base. The restaurants are designed around an authentic coal-fired oven that uses clean-burning anthracite coal to cook each pizza in just four minutes. Coal-fired cooking produces pizza with a crispy and flavorful crust that complements the taste of high-quality toppings. Known for its simple menu, ACFP's most popular items are coal-fired pizza, coal-oven-roasted chicken wings, and signature Italian salad. ACFP is Zagat rated as one of America's Top Restaurants and was recently voted Best Pizza by The Miami Herald?s "The Best of South Florida Survey." AOL named ACFP one of the "Next Big Chains".
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Top Sentiments among Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza Reviewers

Like ULTIMATE Pizza Great house salad Fresh mozzarella Great wine list Great ingredients Expensive drinks Delicious onions Like Gorganzola cheese Great ricotta specialty pie

Customer Reviews (13 reviews)

Susan J.

on Judys Book Dec 07, 2011
I love this place it is so delicious! For sure get the sausage and peppers to start and then get the paul and young ron pizza! Amazing! (more)

icu954

on Citysearch Aug 05, 2008
I don't know what the big deal is. Is everyone just on the bandwagon? Wow... its cooked on coal! I didn't see the second coming of Christ like everyone is acting like. I have eaten at the new Pines location twice now and... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch May 03, 2008
We went after hearing lots of rave reviews on this place, it still did not measure up to our favorite Times Square Pizza, but it was good. Different Strokes for different folks apply here... (more)

kmertz

on Citysearch Dec 28, 2007
My wife and I are pizza freaks. Anthony's is GREAT. We went for the pizza several times and we were curious about the wings asked our server if we could just try a couple, sure, he brought them over and now I have a hard time... (more)

culinartartist

on Citysearch Jul 09, 2007
It was pouring rain, so I thought I would get lucky and not have to wait 30 minutes for a table, I was. These guys have the best pizza I have ever tried anywhere. Usually you need to wait forever to get in but the rain kept the... (more)

Contributor

on Citysearch Jan 31, 2007
Serving coal-fired pizza, chicken wings and salad, the cozy restaurant is usually packed during lunch time. (more)

wontonsoup

on Citysearch Dec 31, 2006
Forget the Pizza, although very good. The main attraction is the Chicken Wings. There are none better in the area... (more)

ligia35

on Citysearch Oct 23, 2006
I have not visited the restaurant but my boyfriend picked up a pizza and salad one night for dinner and it was delicious. Have had many types of pizza from differnet types of ovens such as brick oven or wood burning but... (more)

jody1960

on Citysearch Sep 09, 2006
I've been getting a topping of small meatballs here for several years BUT the last 2 times I was there, I was told they DON'T have a meatball topping! -Only a "specialty pie" with meatballs & ricotta. -The waitress was... (more)

sugspi

on Citysearch Jul 31, 2006
I was expecting Awesome Pizza, but instead I got a pizza that the rim of the crust was all burnt, and a pile of grease with no flavor. I know that there pizza is advertised as welldone and crispy but that does not mean burn... (more)
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