Italian Delight

Anthony's Pizza & Pan Pasta
Surfside Center, Corner of US-17 Bypass and Glenns Bay Road
Surfside Beach, South Carolina

By Patricia B. Mitchell, 2006.


Anthony's

We had enjoyed an especially special day at Myrtle Beach (more about that someday) just before we went to Anthony's Pizza and Pan Pasta (see map) in Surfside Beach. As it turned out, Anthony's was a great place to continue a momentous day. My daughter and I chose a “Little Anthony” broccoli and mushroom personal pizza ($7.45). The crust could have been a little crisper, but otherwise it was excellent — the non-sweet sauce was seasoned nicely, and the pizza was not greasy.

My husband and I both ordered the House Salad ($2.95) with blue cheese dressing.

Jonathan had Anthony's Italian sub (small, $6.25), “piled high with ham, cappicola, Genoa salami, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, and Italian dressing.” In Jonathan's opinion, the sandwich was very good, though he would have preferred a crusty bread.

A lovely dry red wine for Henry and me rounded out the little feast. Our waitress Rhonda was energetic, the decor entertaining to study, and the mood mellow. Thatsa good.



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Henry's house salad.



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Garlic bread.



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Little Anthony pizza.



Anthony's

Italian sub.



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