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We'd argue that Anthony's has the best pizza this side of Italy - the blackened, bubbly crust is so authentic you can taste ancient culinary history in it. That's thanks to a coal-fired brick oven that cooks not only outstanding pies ($15.95 for a 12-inch, $18.95 for an 18-inch), topped with everything from broccoli rabe and arugula salad to breaded eggplant, but also roast beef for focaccia sandwiches ($7.95), chicken wings ($8.95 for ten, $14.95 for 20), and calzones ($14 for a small, $17 for a large). And Anthony's has been successful enough to prove us right: Many new locations have popped up with zero decline in quality. The menu is rounded out with a simple but fresh house salad ($8.95) and a slice of New York-style cheesecake ($4.50), both large enough for two.