Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza
Last night, eatPGH friend, Holly, and I went to Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza at Settler’s Ridge in Robinson. Pizza.. coal fired… the makings of a good meal ideally, but in actually, it was not.
First off if you plan on going here, have patience. The parking is horrific and the place is tiny. So be patient. I’m not sure why businesses keep building in Robinson but they should stop. It’s a traffic death trap.
Anyways, the food. We ordered a salad to start. It was fine. Even the half-sized salad was large enough to split between two people. As for our pie, we got a small White pizza, that came with 6 slices. Again, enough to split among two people. The pie was actually very tasty, with a burnt coal-fired crust. As we were eating, several waiters and waitresses asked if they could remove our salad places. CHILL. It became so annoying, we finally said yes, take them. Also, there are no salad dresses here. I get that, but this girl likes Ranch with her pizza and therefore, I may need to hide some in my purse if i ever went back here again.
My last complaint has to do with the smallness of the space. As you are sitting and dining on your pie, the onlookers waiting for a table resemble vultures, staring down your every bite. So much so, we welt rushed to get in and out of this place in a hurry. Not fantastic at all.
If you are looking for atmospherics, don’t go here. I was expecting a lot more out of this place, and I feel as though I got completely shortchanged….