A colleague from Italy told me to try Anthony's. What a delight to find pizza that is closer in spirit to the crisp, light pizzas of Italy that the heavy, over-cheesed versions often found in the United States. The roasted cauliflower pizza is a remarkable blend of flavors. The house salad is always fresh and well-balanced with ingredients such as red onion, celery, tomatoes, olives and chickpeas. You can add on mozzarella or gorgonzola. The house dressing is a bit too oily for me, so ask for it on the side. While the eggplant Marino is delicious on its own, it did not work for me on the pizza version. I found it too heavy and laden with too much sauce, but my family liked it and had no complaints. There is also a good selection of beers on tap including local ones, but I always end up with a Perroni and toast Italia! (There is curbside pick up if you want to eat at home. The staff at curbside is prompt and courteous.)
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