Thursday, May 2, 2013
20% of all meals at Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza next Monday-Thursday will be donated to the Mahwah Marine Moms
Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza on Route 17 North in Ramsey is helping local charity organization the Mahwah Marine Moms and North Jersey Military Moms raise money during an ongoing drive next week. The Mahwah Marine Moms is a group of volunteers who send care packages to troops serving overseas. Throughout the year, the group works with local businesses to raise funds that help pay for the packages. Next Monday through Thursday, locals can stop at Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza between 11:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. to "Support Our Troops." Anyone who mentions the fundraiser will have 20% of his or her bill donated to the organization. Get the details in the attached flier.
Monday, January 28, 2013
Which party sounds the best to you?
All week long, check Mahwah Patch to help get you ready for Super Bowl 47. If you’re not up for cooking cocktail weenies, ordering pizza, and hosting a group of screaming fans on your living room couch, consider watching the big game at these Mahwah restaurants: Boom Burger: It’s the restaurant’s first Super Bowl in Mahwah since opening last October, and it is celebrating in a big way. All of the restaurant’s 40 flat screens will be playing the game, and Boom will offer drink specials, giveaways and raffles throughout the game. Mason Jar: The Super Bowl Party is on starting at 6 p.m. Sunday, with drink specials like $10 buckets and pitchers of beer, and a $15 all-you-can-eat buffet. The Grille: This restaurant is getting the party started …
Monday, December 5, 2011
Marino makes prediction about NFL season at Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza opening bash Monday night
Football hall of famer Dan Marino greeted a Bergen county crowd Monday night at a grand opening bash of the new Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza on Route 17N in Ramsey. Marino, a partner in the South-Florida based business that boasts thirty-plus restaurants up and down the East coast, said he was happy to bring “Italian soul food” to Northern New Jersey. “I’ve been to a lot of different places in New Jersey, and though this area is new for me, we have good people behind this place and great food here,” Marino told Patch Monday night. The CBS Sports analyst started out as a customer of founder Anthony Bruno’s first restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. “I’ve known Dan since the late 80’s when he used to come to my restaurant," Bruno said. "Over…