""“Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, the South Florida-based concept that uses authentic coal-burning ovens to create “well done pizza,” will open its first Connecticut restaurant on Thursday, Feb. 9. The newest restaurant, located at 319 Post Road in Darien, is the 12th ACFP restaurant to open in the Northeast, according to the Darien News. Known for its high-energy atmosphere and signature menu items, ACFP uses 800-degree anthracite coal-burning ovens and the highest quality ingredients. Anthracite is known to be the “cleanest” of coals, burning smoke free with extremely high heat to create a unique taste and perfect pies.”

“In addition to its famous pizzas, the restaurant’s simple and consistent menu features award-winning “Italian Soul Food” creations, including coal-oven-roasted chicken wings with caramelized onions, pork ribs with vinegar peppers, home-style meatballs made from founder Anthony Bruno’s family recipe, and Eggplant Marino (named for ACFP partner and NFL Hall of Fame legend Dan Marino). ‘We’re looking forward to bringing our brand of authentic pizza and Italian Soul Food to a region where people really know good pizza when they taste it,’ Bruno said. ‘We’ve received tremendous response throughout the northeast and are very excited about expanding the brand into Connecticut.”‘


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