“Great food, great atmosphere, great service.”
“We had the chocolate cake and the best homemade cannoli I've ever had.”
“The food here is exceptional, the wine prices are reasonable, and the service and atmosphere are outstanding.”
“Reallllyyyy good pizza.”
“good selection of fresh toppings are offered and we enjoyed every last bite.”
“One of the best restaurant experiences I've ever had!”
“The other entrees are delicious and the service is wonderful (the same two owners are there almost every night).”
“Expensive and small portions.”
“one of the owners can be rude, the service is slow, they ignore you, and lie about the wait time.”
Best Pizza in Park Slope!!!. I really don't understand some of the reviews for this restaurant on this site. Complaints about the size and the price of the pies? One word for you "dudes"...Dominoes. I hear they have a "Brooklyn Style" pie and I'm sure the price will be right for you. What you do get at Anthonys is a pizza made from people that know the importance of quality, not just in the ingredients, but in the preparation as well. Plus, the prices are on par with all the "gourmet" pizza places around the city. As for the service, I've been eating here for about a year now and I feel like family when I walk in. As for the "I'm from NY and I know pizza" line that you hear every so often, let me set a few things straight... I'm from New Haven, home of Sally's and Pepe's, and have been eating NY pizza for the past 15 years as well. Grimaldi's and Lombardi's are both completely over-rated, when you hear someone spout off about either of those places, it's a good chance that you're trusting the opinion of a person who gets their thoughts from a Zagats guide. You want the best pie in Manhattan, go to Patsy's, not the rip-offs, the real one on 118th and 1st. You want the best pie in all 5 boro's, go to DiFara's in Midwood, BK. And if you want the best pizza (and great food as well) in Park Slope and the neighborhoods around it, go to Anthony's. You want a big pizza for a cheap price, call Pizza Hut and stop talking like you know anything about pizza.
Anthony's is nothing special - Bad Park Slope Pizza.
I passed Anthony's place a few times when in south slope so I figured I would give the pizza a try after having read a review on citysearch - My GF and I wanted to get some "good Pizza" and thought we would check it out and see if it compares with some of the other bklyn brick oven gourmet pizza joints...
A small personal pizza costs $17.00 but its not even close to Grimaldi's in size or taste - Grimadi's ain't even the best in NYC but at least serves a decent sized pizza for the high cost. at Anthony's I ordered a pie for us and it was a 12" personal pizza and in no way enough for 2 people - for 17 bucks the pizza has got to be bigger than that fellas, sorry to say it but it ain't even that good and I am from New York city, I am Bklyn not some out of towner (no offense). I had better pizza in friggin' Montauk at a low budget family joint so what does that tell you folks - look elsewhere for good gourmet pizza in the slope.
Delicious Pizza!!. We moved out here to Brooklyn recently and were prepared to make stop to Grimaldi's for pizza, but haven't yet - Anthony's pizza is delicious!! Great service and good food.
From Naples to Brooklyn.
This is a fantastic restaurant...the pizza, the service, the pasta...everything.
I'm not sure why some of the other comments complain about the service or portion size. If you are looking for bigger pizza or pasta included with your dish...move back to Missouri and go to this other amazing place called the Olive Garden! You'll feel like family.
Anthony's is by far the best in the Slope!
Good Italian in S. Slope. Short and simple... great food, great service, excelent atmosphere. Luckily we went on Sunday and had the chance to experience a home cooked Ragu sauce just like nonna used to make. Owners are in the place, talking to you and making you feel at home. One of the best restaurant experiences I've ever had!!!
Extremely Overpriced. First time trying Anthony's, I called for delivery. I asked for a large pie. They only have one 12" size. I opted for that. It cost $12 and I ate it in two bites. It was very tastey but for $14 after tip I felt like I got cheated.
small soda. Expensive and small portions. Main dishes should include pasta. Taste is just average compared to other restaurants of this type. Service is friendly but not very attentative. Who ever heard of 8 Oz bottle of sodas, especially at 2.50 a pop? Would never go there again.
terrible service. i have been to anthony's a few times. one of the owners can be rude, the service is slow, they ignore you, and lie about the wait time. if you don't mind all of that, the pizza is good.
A welcome addition to the neighborhood. I passed Anthony's one afternoon and added it to my list of restaurants to try. I dined with 3 others on a recent Saturday night and was pleasantly pleased. After a brief wait (enough to finish a round of drinks) we were seated and the ordering began. We started with a couple of salads and were amazed by the portions. We then moved on to what else - pizza. A good selection of fresh toppings are offered and we enjoyed every last bite. Next time we'll pick from the good selection of entrees. Overall service was great. Definitely recommend Anthony's - cozy, friendly atmosphere and excellent food.
Best Restaurant in the Neighborhood. I LOVE Anthony's.... I conveniently live down the block, but this place is worth the trip. Some of the best pizza I've had (definitely on par with Grimaldi's and Lombardi's). The other entrees are delicious and the service is wonderful (the same two owners are there almost every night). The decor is a little lacking, but everything else more than makes up for that.
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