Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza is a 5-Star and one of my favorite restaurants in Horsham, PA. When you walk up to the restaurant itself, you can smell the fresh coal fired pizza from the patio seating.

Outside view of Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Horsham, PA

The patio is covered with plastic covering in the winter time and open in the summer. It’s best in the winter time when you want to feel the warmth of the outdoor fireplace. Hearing the laughter of the crowd will make you feel you belong there.

Outdoor patio covered in the winter. Staff will roll up the plastic coverings in the summer.

If you’re not the type to sit outside, come on in and sit at the bar. I usually sit at the bar with friends and enjoy coal fired pizza. The bartenders provide excellent service and great people to talk to after a long hard day at work. Trust me on this. Not everyone likes the bar and I don’t blame them. The open area for table seating gets filled quickly because this is the popular spot in the area.

Anthony’s doesn’t take reservations ahead of time but trust me the wait is definitely worth it. Why you may ask? Take a look at their menu while you wait.

My 2 favorite pizza pies:

1. Fresh Mozzarella Sliced Tomato & Basil: When I first saw this pizza, I was shocked that there was no tomato sauce. I thought it was a mistake, but no. That first bite was mouth-watering. Tasting the deliciousness of mozzarella with juicy tomato and topping it off with a hint of mint was muah. The pizza crust tastes exactly like the name, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza. Rich coal-fired crust should be savored in each bite. Each pizza is served on top of a raised tray with plates. In addition, the serves are very kind to serve you the first slice with a smile. Don’t rush and enjoy each bite.

You can see every delicious layer of this pizza.

2. Roasted Cauliflower Pizza: No judgments here. Yes, it’s cauliflower on pizza. The roasted cauliflower pizza is one where you will taste the smoky flavor of cauliflower with crunchy breadcrumbs. The cauliflower is roasted beforehand in olive oil. If you have sensitive taste buds, wait for the nostalgia taste of breadcrumbs and the coal-fired crust. This combination will melt in your mouth and wanting more of each bite. This is one way to eat veggies. If you want to add sausage or mushrooms, fuhgetaboutit.

No words. No comment. Enjoy and let that drop of drool tell you how much you should savor every bite.

Anthony’s has excellent service and the staff are very friendly by giving you their favorite picks.

Exterior: 10/10

Interior: 10/10

Service: 10/10

Food: 10/10

Atmosphere: 10/10
-It does get very busy but you will not stop eating your food because it will want you with every bite.

Price: $$
-This is not your regular Pizza Hut or Papa John’s Pizza spot where the prices are cheap. I say decent and affordable. If you want to taste of true crusted pizza with your favorite toppings, go to Anthony’s.

I come here every now and then when I want to spend time with people who want to live and laugh.

Try it for yourself in Horsham, PA if you are staying in the area for a night.

Click here for locations in your area but the Horsham location is the best!

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza
100 Welsh Road,
Horsham, PA 19044
Hours: Sunday – Thursday: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday & Saturday: 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM

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7 thoughts on “Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza

      1. YES! I do love quirky places and I am quirky myself. I love visiting ma and pa shops but not just eateries but supply stores as well. I appreciate small businesses from my experience studying abroad for 6 months in Wales.

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