Anthony's Pizza & Pasta

★★★★☆
  • 17150 E Iliff Ave

    Aurora, CO 80013

    Map & Directions
  • 303-368-4279

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I had a delivery, I was waiting for almost two hours. Food was cold, pizza was so greasy and oil was pooring out to the box, cardboard was oily, like soaked in oil, no taste no flavor at all.\r\nPlease don't waste your money there

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I had a delivery, I was waiting for almost two hours. Food was cold, pizza was so greasy and oil was pooring out to the box, cardboard was oily, like soaked in oil, no taste no flavor at all.\r\nPlease don't waste your money there

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My son and I ate at Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley on our way to skiing at Keystone. We consider ourselves ""Pizza Connoisseurs"", we only eat plain cheese pies. I grew up on Long Island in the 50s and 60s and thought I had gone back in time while eating a pie at Anthony's. It was great trying to keep the oils from running down my arm with each huge slice. I live in Florida now and there is no such thing as a good pizza pie in Florida. I thought my memories had been tainted by this, but I was on Long Island for a wedding April 2008. I tried pies at several places and was shocked when none of them compared to Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley. At one place, the sauce was so bland I had to season the pie myself. Anthony's has the perfect sauce to go with a high quality cheese and the perfect crust. I normally save the crust for last in case I'm still hungry after eating the ""good stuff"". At Anthony's I found myself eating the crusts with each slice. When I mentioned this to the ""chef"", I called him this because of the quality of product he had created, he told me in the future, if I let him know, he would carry the sauce and cheese further out to leave no crust. I told him that for once I really enjoyed the crust and would get the pies as their standard in the future. My son and I have been watching airfares to try and sneak in a long weekend to Denver this summer to eat at Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley. We may slip out to Keystone to see what the slopes look like in summer, but only after getting full of what I consider, after my Long Island trip, the best pizza in the country, Anthony's on Iliff. I keep calling it Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley, because this is far superior to the other Anthony's stores in Denver. If you can, eat in at this Anthony's, the atmosphere brings you back to New York, the extra large pie is 22"" and the refill sodas are free. I'm embarrassed to say that I've been so overwhelmed by the pizza, that I haven't tried the other items offered yet.

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★★★★★

My son and I ate at Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley on our way to skiing at Keystone. We consider ourselves ""Pizza Connoisseurs"", we only eat plain cheese pies. I grew up on Long Island in the 50s and 60s and thought I had gone back in time while eating a pie at Anthony's. It was great trying to keep the oils from running down my arm with each huge slice. I live in Florida now and there is no such thing as a good pizza pie in Florida. I thought my memories had been tainted by this, but I was on Long Island for a wedding April 2008. I tried pies at several places and was shocked when none of them compared to Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley. At one place, the sauce was so bland I had to season the pie myself. Anthony's has the perfect sauce to go with a high quality cheese and the perfect crust. I normally save the crust for last in case I'm still hungry after eating the ""good stuff"". At Anthony's I found myself eating the crusts with each slice. When I mentioned this to the ""chef"", I called him this because of the quality of product he had created, he told me in the future, if I let him know, he would carry the sauce and cheese further out to leave no crust. I told him that for once I really enjoyed the crust and would get the pies as their standard in the future. My son and I have been watching airfares to try and sneak in a long weekend to Denver this summer to eat at Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley. We may slip out to Keystone to see what the slopes look like in summer, but only after getting full of what I consider, after my Long Island trip, the best pizza in the country, Anthony's on Iliff. I keep calling it Anthony's on Iliff at Buckley, because this is far superior to the other Anthony's stores in Denver. If you can, eat in at this Anthony's, the atmosphere brings you back to New York, the extra large pie is 22"" and the refill sodas are free. I'm embarrassed to say that I've been so overwhelmed by the pizza, that I haven't tried the other items offered yet.

Pros: Great pizza, staff, service, and atmosphere

Cons: Couldn't find any. I was blissfully happy and full when done eating.

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Walk in the door and what do you see? New York stuff everywhere mets, giants, jets, and of course yankees... What do you eat? Neopolitan slice, sicilian... What do you get? the best pizza in colorado along with down to earth employees... true to New York style pizza, the owners? from New York of course... listen to the accent...

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★★★★★

Walk in the door and what do you see? New York stuff everywhere mets, giants, jets, and of course yankees... What do you eat? Neopolitan slice, sicilian... What do you get? the best pizza in colorado along with down to earth employees... true to New York style pizza, the owners? from New York of course... listen to the accent...

Pros: atmosphere, pizza, workers

 

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