Scarfone’s Coal-Fired Pizza Needs A Little Work

July 28, 2010 by Mark | 0 Comments

Broward New Times:

High-heat, coal-fired ovens have lit up all over South Florida, bringing charred crusts and specialty toppings to just about every strip mall.

Among them is Scarfone’s, a modern pizzeria in the mold of Anthony’s that recently debuted its second location in the Promenade at Coconut Creek.

The cavernous bar and restaurant is poorly lit and peppered with odd design choices like white leather booths and curvy mosaic tile. At the center of the action is a pair of self-standing hearths capable of turning out pies in mere minutes.

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