Palm Beach Gardens: Anthony’s Coal-Fired Pizza

Posted on Mar 30 2014 - 11:45am by Cristyle
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Paul and Young Ron

EAT PALM BEACH | ANTHONY’S PIZZA

Anthony’s Coal-Fired Pizza is one of my favorite pizza places in Palm Beach County. There is a steady line out the door most evenings, which I think means people agree with me.

My favorite is the Paul & Young Ron Pizza, which has meatballs, sausage, ricotta and hot or sweet peppers. I always go with the sweet peppers. This thing is stacked with toppings and I love the coal fire crisp to their pizza. So yummy! The Cheese Pizza is also really good as well as their White Pizza with ricotta, mozzarella and romano cheeses.

We usually start off with the Classic Italian Salad which is large and served family style with olives, hard boiled egg, onion, tomatoes, etc and an italian dressing or the Fresh Mozzarella and Tomato Salad.

My mother and sister-in-law love the Eggplant Marino which is thin sliced with tomato sauce and romano. You can also get it made as a pizza. I’ve heard the Coal Oven Roasted Chicken Wings are great, but honestly never think to order them because I’m always too focused on the P&YR.

The place is usually packed and they have a few tables outside. The bar typically has a steady crowd and there are high tops. They have a nice beer and wine selection. One thing I really like is their offering of local beers. They even teamed up with Funky Buddha to create the “Fuhgeddaboudit Red.” They have drink specials on Mondays and Tuesday and last time we were in there was a sign that now you can pick up a little pot of meatballs to go now, which is kinda cool.

Meals at the Table

Paul & Young Ron Pizza | Classic Italian Salad

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza

2680 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

561.804.7777

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Cristyle is a South Florida native, born in Miami and raised in Palm Beach. Her love of food came through her travels and seeing how cuisines differ and relate so much. She attended the University of Florida, had a short stint in Charlotte, NC and is now back home - ready to eat her way through Palm Beach County and share her findings with locals and visitors alike. From brunch to happy hour to foodie events, she's got you covered!

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