Scarfone’s Coal Fired Pizza (Coral Springs)

Posted on June 6th, 2008 · Coral Springs Italian Pizza


*****  Scarfone’s Coal Fired Pizza, 6240 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs, Florida 33076, (954) 345-3888.

Regular Jeff Eats’ readers know by now, that coal fired pizza/chicken wings are two of my favorite dishes. Over the past few years, I have reviewed such joints as Anthony’s, Coal Mine, Carolina’s, Red Rock and Giovanni’s in my “quest” to eat as much coal fired pizza/wings as humanly possible.

Now, thanks to reader Mike Powell, I found another great coal fired pizza joint…SCARFONE’S COAL FIRED PIZZA to tell you about.

This evening I “dined” at Scarfone’s and I have to tell you that the coal fired pizza/wings were absolutely delicious. Throw in the obligatory Italian salad which was also right on the money and I had a meal fit for a king.

Scarfone’s is a great looking retro-joint done up in a red, black and white color scheme. In addition to salads, pizza and wings, the joint also features 6 regular dishes like meatballs and ricotta, meatballs and spaghetti, cheese ravioli, egg plant rollatini, sausage with peppers/onions and spaghetti with butter or marinara sauce.

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Scarfone’s has been open since August, 2007. If you live in the Coral Springs’ area this is a great place to know about. The joint is tee shirt/shorts friendly and is open Tuesday-Sunday for lunch and dinner.

3 Comments to “Scarfone’s Coal Fired Pizza (Coral Springs)”

  1. Kimber says...

    Scarfone’s is our go-to for take-out pizza and salad. We’ve tried lots of other places, but for consistent quality and location – this is it. We usually get the caesar which is enough for at least 3 people; the chicken parm pizza (yuuuuuum!); and one of their fab cupcakes for dessert.

  2. dave says...

    being from bklyn too, i wondered hmm an italian restuarant that doesntr have any soup!. when i spend with my guests over one hundred dollars in entrees, i dont expect to pay extra (3.25) for bread or garlic rolls,. and when my wife adked for angel hair past instead of liguine, it shouln’t cost more, and they should have told her as she ordred the angel hair. I’ve had athe same or better food for less at antonios, and mazzolas in davie. I will not be back there again, and that explians why they were not filled to capacity at 7 30 pm on a friday nite.

  3. George W says...

    Delicious sweet sauce pizza. The wings had a lemon kick to them which I didn’t like.

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