Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

★★★☆☆

About Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

Hours
Sun-Thur, 11:30 am to 10 pm; Fri-Sat, 11:30 am to 11 pm

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The pizza is as advertised, well done and crispy with excellent toppings. The salad is enough for two and add a small pizza and it is a very good dinner for a reasonable price. Wish they would offer fountain drinks, that is the obe

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The pizza is as advertised, well done and crispy with excellent toppings. The salad is enough for two and add a small pizza and it is a very good dinner for a reasonable price. Wish they would offer fountain drinks, that is the obe

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Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, located on Hwy 60 across from the Chili's is one of the nicer restaurants I've seen in a while. Visually appealing, and, from what it looked like, a nice wine selection. We're seated by our hostess who was friendly enough, and were given the menu. The menu consists of one page, food on front, wine on back. The warnings all around the dining room, added to this travesty of a menu should've given my girlfriend and I the hint. "Warning: Our pizza is well done." In other words: "We can't cook."

We ordered a small pepperoni and mushroom pizza and a coke. We were then told they only did drinks by the bottle. Ok, fine, the pizza should still be good. The pizza comes out, and the crust was black all the way around. It was burned on the bottom as well. I soon realized that the "well done" warning wasn't a clever description of their quality... It actually meant it was burnt. The mushrooms they used didn't compliment their slap in the face they called a pizza either.

You might like this pizza if you're drunk, if you're a heavy smoker, or if you have no taste. 1.5/5

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★☆☆☆☆

Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, located on Hwy 60 across from the Chili's is one of the nicer restaurants I've seen in a while. Visually appealing, and, from what it looked like, a nice wine selection. We're seated by our hostess who was friendly enough, and were given the menu. The menu consists of one page, food on front, wine on back. The warnings all around the dining room, added to this travesty of a menu should've given my girlfriend and I the hint. "Warning: Our pizza is well done." In other words: "We can't cook."

We ordered a small pepperoni and mushroom pizza and a coke. We were then told they only did drinks by the bottle. Ok, fine, the pizza should still be good. The pizza comes out, and the crust was black all the way around. It was burned on the bottom as well. I soon realized that the "well done" warning wasn't a clever description of their quality... It actually meant it was burnt. The mushrooms they used didn't compliment their slap in the face they called a pizza either.

You might like this pizza if you're drunk, if you're a heavy smoker, or if you have no taste. 1.5/5

Pros: Nice atmosphere.

Cons: Horrible service, burned pizza, expensive, no fountain drink

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This was our first visit to the Brandon Restaurant. We ordered the Italian Salad as our appetizer. The salad was exceptionally good. Plenty for two people to share. We then ordered a large pizza with five toppings. The menu was a bit misleading with the pricing of the extra toppings. All of their beverages are bottled so a bit pricy there also. All in all the food was great but a little too pricey for pizza and salad (over 36.00) But again food was good. But I could have gone to our favorite Steak restaurant for these prices.

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★★★☆☆

This was our first visit to the Brandon Restaurant. We ordered the Italian Salad as our appetizer. The salad was exceptionally good. Plenty for two people to share. We then ordered a large pizza with five toppings. The menu was a bit misleading with the pricing of the extra toppings. All of their beverages are bottled so a bit pricy there also. All in all the food was great but a little too pricey for pizza and salad (over 36.00) But again food was good. But I could have gone to our favorite Steak restaurant for these prices.

Pros: GOOD ATMOSPHERE

Cons: MENU IS A LITTLE CONFUSING

 

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