Review: Antonio's Pizzeria & Rstrnt
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Tunkhannock, PA

#21 Dec 21, 2009
Pizzaworker, check the cheese box because they don't use Grande.

Shavertown, PA

#22 Jan 9, 2010
pompeis pizza is so greasy....try the full belly deli get pizza

Detroit, MI

#23 Jan 25, 2010
Antonio's pizza is so elementary and lacking in anything that is exciting. Try adding a spice or two to the dough, it's like eating a box.
pizza lover

Brooklyn, NY

#24 Feb 3, 2010
I have been to antonio's pizza, had wings and extra cheese pizza. puked!! wont ever go back!

Rome, PA

#25 Sep 12, 2010
@ Pizza Lover... I worked at Pompei's for years and I don't think you know what Grande really tastes like because they DO in fact use Grande. I know because it was my job to put away the orders from the trucks. So, rest assured. the best cheese is used. and I'm pretty sure they haven't stopped using it because the pizza tastes the same as it always does, amazing.

Tunkhannock, PA

#26 Sep 12, 2010
Dumbass I said Antonio's don't use Grande.

Pompei may mix a small amount of Grande but they certainly don't use 50/50 a mix like they should to get the taste.

I owned a pizza joint and know the taste of Grande.

Rome, PA

#27 Sep 12, 2010
GRANDE....#1. I THINK I SAID "@ PIZZALOVER", who wrote that Pompei's was good but that they didn't think they used grande cheese. learn how to read before you start ranting and using bad language for no reason. My previous message was NOT directed to you and now this one is. Are we good now? jeez.

and #2. You look like a complete fool because i am telling you that a mix is NOT used. It's all grande. I guess the key word here is "OWNED" a pizza....joint. To get taste in a pizza, if in fact you know anything at all, is AN ART...sauce, cheese, dough and OVEN are all key elements in getting taste. Cheese has so very little to do with is but ONE of the elements, which is why you can tell a good pizzeria from a bad one. lots of poeple use grande, that doesn't mean that the pizza is good.

amen, bro.

Tunkhannock, PA

#28 Sep 20, 2010

Agree it takes good sauce, dough and a seasoned oven (plus a few other tricks) but I disagree that Pompei uses 100% Grande. Grande has a way of melting perfectly on the pizza and gets a nice golden brown color. Pompei's cheese is too white in color and pulls off the slice which anyone can tell you. They use a blend of cheese and only part Grande...I'd say less than 50/50. If I do some dumpster research I'd confirm my thoughts.

PS: I was the owner and also made the pizza's.
Were cool dude, It's just a sprited discussion
between two pizza critics.

United States

#29 Sep 21, 2010
Omg.. this is the worst place I've ever been to eat.. the staff was rude , they had no idea how to make anything. My boyfriend and I ordered a sub and a wrap.. it took over 35 mins to get it,they didn't have to cook anything!! and the place wasn't even busy..and it was horrible... I didn't even eat it... and it was way over prices.. almost 20 bucks, and all it had was lettuce and a peice of meat..I will never go there again..horrible..
tunk Mom

Tunkhannock, PA

#30 Sep 21, 2010
Pompei's does *not* use a blend, they slice whole blocks of grande mozz and shred them. I worked there!

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