The Sicilian Oven Pizza to Open in Coral Springs

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The Sicilian Oven Pizza to Open in Coral Springs

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If you live in Coral Springs, Florida, your pizza life is about to get a huge shot of greatness.  The Sicilian Oven just exclusively informed us that they will be opening their second location in January of 2010, in Coral Springs.

The new Wood Burning Sicilian Oven will be located on 10140 West Sample Road, in the free standing building that formerly housed Di Salvo's.  The approximate size will be 3100 sq ft, and it will feature a drive up curbside pickup feature.  They are also planning on having outside seating, but this has yet to been approved.

If you have never had the outrageous experience of trying the food at their first location in Lighthouse Point, you are missing out on some of the finest pizza in South Florida.  Owners Ralph and Andrew (Anthony hahaha) have done an amazing job of combining the finest ingredients, with some of the finest pizza makers in our region.  From the insanely mouth watering olive oil, to the freshest of cheeses, The Sicilian Oven certainly exceeded all our expectations when we first ate there.


Co-owner Andrew will run the new location until everyone has learned the ropes, and hopefully look to expand to a location closer to my house!

Congratulations guys!  You deserve every ounce of success that comes your way.  Having you down in our area, is something people around the country should be jealous of.

See you guys soon!

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3 Responses to “The Sicilian Oven Pizza to Open in Coral Springs”

  • DAN wrote:
    26 Apr 2010 at 6:09 pm

    I have live in coral springs 20 years have seen pizza restaurants come a and go. Some are still here that should have gone.

    Sicilian Oven is by far the best pizza in coral springs or maybe south Florida.

    We ordered a tradition pepperoni, mushrooms and onion pizza. It is the first time I have ordered this pizza that the onions and mushrooms were sauteed not just thrown on the pizza and put in a oven. The toppings were extremely plentiful. It was a work of art. The flavor that only the freshest ingredients could of delivered. The crust was not charred it was perfect. Although the wings are served one way grilled with carmelized onions and shaved mozzarella they are perfect.

    Finally a good….NO GREAT PIZZA IN CORAL SPRINGS!!!!!!!!!

    Anthonys Coal Fired does not come close.


  • Scott wrote:
    05 Jun 2010 at 2:29 pm

    We went to the Coral Springs location last night and, unfortunately, I have to disagree with the comments above. I will say the staff was plentiful and the service was good. I'll keep my complaints brief:
    1. They do not provide bread or rolls, you have to buy it
    2. Iced tea comes in a bottle so there are no free refills
    3. We had 2 entrees and neither came with soup or salad
    4. The 'lasagna' is actually eggplant stuffed with spinach. They told us about the eggplant but there was no mention of spinach so I had to switch entrees with my wife who won't eat it.
    5. The whole wheat pasta dish was bland and a very small portion for $15.
    6. My daughter had a 'specialty' pizza which and a few slices of fresh mozzerella and basil. It tasted ok but $15 for a 10″ pizza is ridiculous.
    We frequently go to Pepperoni Grill and for the price of 1 ala carte entree at Sicilian Oven you can get garlic rolls, soup or salad, a drink (free refills) and excellent pasta with bolagnese which is enough for 2 people.
    We won't be back to Sicilian Oven.

  • ME wrote:
    05 Dec 2011 at 1:17 pm

    So you are just looking for something for nothing. Go back to olive garden.