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T. Anthony's Pizzeria & Restaurant
Posted by kathy on 01/01/2015
My husband and I have been going there for years for breakfast. The omelets are filling but not huge which I like. My husband likes getting the basic eggs (any way you like em.) bacon/sausage toast and pancakes. We recently started to take our 4 year old He eats alot of the huge pancakes and that's saying alot, cause he isnt the biggest eater! He loves it cause we can take the green line there too. He loves the T!
Posted by jim on 05/19/2013
We ordered pizza and wings for takeout. The pizza had a thin soggy crust with an exceptionally sweet sauce. The wings were the commercially frozen and breaded variety. Neither was particularly good.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/26/2012
No better pizzeria in the area.
Posted by W on 09/07/2010
Posted by Bernice on 03/06/2009
T Anthony's is a fantastic place. First and foremost, I'm addicted to their omelets, and I've never found their equal in Boston. You'll always walk out of there with a full stomach without breaking the bank. If you go there a few times, the guys will remember your favorites. I was gone for six months, and they remembered my usual order on my return! I love to take out-of-towners there, as they are always astonished at the ordering/service protocols and the local accents. The guys @ T's will debate football games in April, argue baseball games in December, and heckle tourists about their accents. This place has local color, and it's a treat to enjoy great food with college kids, police officers, old-timers, and BU workers. My only warning is that you'll have to compete with visiting sports teams from time to time. The guys will manage to feed a herd of people, and it's worth the wait.
Posted by Amber on 12/10/2006
T. Anthony's has been a staple of mine since I began attending BU, and has continued to serve me well post-graduation. They have all the staples of your all-in-one pizza place and everyone I know seems to find the pizza to be in their top 5. The guys there are very friendly, but the service can take forever, especially if it's a BU hockey game night. The prices are more than fair and it's the kind of place that will only charge you $13 if your order comes to $13.04. The biggest drawback, by far, is the delivery service; even on slow nights it can take an hour for a pizza to arrive from only 10 minutes away, and if you have a big order and/or you've chosen a busy night, expect to wait even longer. More than once they have forgotten items in my delivery orders or messed up on sandwiches and wraps. I still love them and eat there regularly, but I always know what to expect if I call for delivery: a long wait and a game of pizza Russian roulette.