Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza | City of White Plains Westchester County New York
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Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

City of White Plains

Westchester County

10601, Coal Fired Pizza, White Plains, NY, pizza and chicken wings, well done Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza is located at 264 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County.

From the owner: "We cook our pizzas in an 800-degree oven that provides a ‘well-done’ flavor that has become our trademark. The popularity of this unique pizza, which takes only four minutes to cook, and the restaurants’ ambiance has helped Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza build an almost cult-like following. Today, customers also enjoy the restaurant’s coal-oven-roasted chicken wings topped with caramelized onions, Eggplant Marino (named for Dan Marino, an Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza partner) or signature Italian-style salad.

"There are no freezers, fryers or microwaves to be found in any of the Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza locations nationwide. This signifies our commitment to deliver the freshest and highest quality food to our customers. Every year, Anthony personally taste tests a premium selection of imported Italian plum tomatoes from various vineyards in Italy. When he finds the best one, he buys the entire crop, that way we have the perfect sauce consistently for an entire year."

Restaurant Review
Bike Parking
Craft Beer
Cuisine = Pizza
Family Restaurant
Free delivery
Full Bar
Noise level = Loud
WiFi = Free

The word is Many agree that if you like pizza, this is the place; although some complain that pizza is too well done.

Location: White Plains

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