Review: Antonio's Pizzeria & Rstrnt

Review: Antonio's Pizzeria & Rstrnt

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pizzza4me2

Tunkhannock, PA

#1 Oct 31, 2008
This pizza is gross. They don't know what they're doing. If you want good pizza, you should go to Pompei's instead.
Pizza Lover

Tunkhannock, PA

#2 Nov 3, 2008
I could not agree more. Antonio's has the worst kindergardener pizza I've ever had in my life.
I won't not eat it for free. Don't kid yourself because they know how to spin a pie, they just use the cheapest product they can buy. Maybe they shop at Mr Z's next door.

Question?- Do any pizza places around here use Grande' cheese?

Pompei's is ok but they don't use Grande.
Once you had Grande you know the diference. Problem is Grande costs about 50% more. People around here don't know and won't pay for quality.
It's all about price.
LuvMyPizza

White Haven, PA

#3 Nov 8, 2008
Go to Old Forge for the best pizza!
meghan

Lake Winola, PA

#4 Nov 10, 2008
i love antonios
RalphMouth

Meshoppen, PA

#5 Nov 13, 2008
Old Forge????? Are you kidding me?Square pizza with American cheese ... BLEEEEEEEEH.Oh yeah Antonios pizza is just plain nasty and overpriced.
pompeisgirl

Laceyville, PA

#6 Nov 19, 2008
i have worked at pompeis for 7 years and it is the best place in town to get pizza. all home made food. and its been here since 1984!!!!!!
Joe

Tunkhannock, PA

#7 Nov 22, 2008
Stoffers is better than Antonio's and I ain't kidding.
Bill Lutz

Montrose, PA

#8 Dec 31, 2008
Im here to tell u i weigh 415 pounds and im still eating antonios pizza. its the best ive ever had. and its good for u
to Bill

Tunkhannock, PA

#9 Jan 4, 2009
By the sound of it you'd eat anything.
pointyhair

Clarks Summit, PA

#10 Jan 27, 2009
i stopped eating there when I found a short, curly, dark hair in my garlic knot. All they did was give me the charge from the knots back. No apologies.

I am a Pompei's fan, too.
yummy

Laceyville, PA

#11 Jan 28, 2009
Looove the galic and cinnamon knots! I worked at Pompeis for years, love their pizza and chicken cheese steaks and love Antonios knots and stromboli!
Tunk Mom

Laceyville, PA

#12 Mar 26, 2009
I just tried their Pogash pizza, it was sooo good!

It's a double crust filled with mashed potatoes, fried onion and cheese. My 8 year old loved it too. It's a nice change from the same old, same old.
Joe

Tunkhannock, PA

#13 May 26, 2009
mashed potatoes and cheese...Gees sounds like really hard pizza to f-up! You folks would not know a good pie if it hit you in the face at 40mph. Do you like the KFC mashed potato bowl as well.
pizza girl

Tunkhannock, PA

#14 May 28, 2009
Joe wrote:
mashed potatoes and cheese...Gees sounds like really hard pizza to f-up! You folks would not know a good pie if it hit you in the face at 40mph. Do you like the KFC mashed potato bowl as well.
Yeah and regular sauce and cheese is hard too....
pizza approvin

United States

#15 Jul 11, 2009
There pizza is alright not something i'd eat all and every day. there crust is dry tho very and the garlic knots tho ughhhhhh! Pizza Perfect and Pompeis but its a fun family place and its not right to talk mean about ppl.
viki

Tunkhannock, PA

#16 Sep 6, 2009
Antonio's has great food. If people did not like their then they wouldn't be busy everyday and they for sure would not have lasted this long in Tunkhannock.
Former Resident

Tunkhannock, PA

#17 Sep 10, 2009
To Viki - Just goes to show most people will eat anything. You don't know the difference between
good pizza and crap. Antonio's uses the cheapest products they can buy. The cheese especially is low grade. If you find a shop using Grande' cheese your in the right place
John

Tunkhannock, PA

#18 Sep 26, 2009
As far as the pizza goes, I've had good and bad at Antonio's. Nothing else there is as good as Pompeis either so I usually stick to Pompeis. I do sometimes switch and get from Antonios for a change though. One problem Pompeis lately has had is the quality of their wings. They were huge and fatty which I hate. It seems they may have corrected that problem though cause the last 2 times I got them there they were good.
pizzaworker

New Albany, PA

#19 Dec 14, 2009
Pizza Lover, i work at pompeis and guess what? they use GRANDE!!!! you have to know that if you taste it. didnt you taste it in the pizza? you must have being a connoisseur of grande cheese.

not 'cause i work here people but trust me, you wont find a place where the owners care so much about quality of food. not to mention, we clean for at least 2 hours every nite before closing so its super clean all the time.
pizzaworker

New Albany, PA

#20 Dec 14, 2009
pompei's uses grande.
Pizza Lover wrote:
I could not agree more. Antonio's has the worst kindergardener pizza I've ever had in my life.
I won't not eat it for free. Don't kid yourself because they know how to spin a pie, they just use the cheapest product they can buy. Maybe they shop at Mr Z's next door.
Question?- Do any pizza places around here use Grande' cheese?
Pompei's is ok but they don't use Grande.
Once you had Grande you know the diference. Problem is Grande costs about 50% more. People around here don't know and won't pay for quality.
It's all about price.

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