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Sicilian Oven

Map & Directions 2486 N. Federal Highway
Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
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954-785-4154
  • Italian, Pizza, Sicilian
  • Sun 4pm-10pm, Mon-Sat 11:30am-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary
  • Lot Available

Description

New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description

Coal-fired what? The Sicilian Oven, a partnership between Andrew Garavuso, an ex-Anthony's Coal Fired pizza guy, and Ralph DiSalvo, whose family ran DiSalvo's Pizzeria for years, uses two beautiful wood-burning ovens to cook its pies. Pizzas here sport golden-brown crusts with a moderate amount of caramelized char along the lip. Because they cook at a slightly slower clip than coal oven pizza, the thin dough gains a marked amount of rise. It translates to a chewy, slightly firm crust that stands up well to the judiciously placed toppings -- daily-made, quality ingredients like sautéed broccoli rabe, cervellata sausage, thick-sliced meatballs, and house-roasted peppers. Sicilian Oven also makes Italian small plates like crisp-crusted chicken wings, Sicilian stuffed rice balls, and wood-oven-baked mussels in white wine sauce.

 
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  • PromoBooth on 10/21/09

    Get the Margherita pizza. It is THE BEST with a thin crust, fresh basil and tomato and Italian music in the background. Just heavenly!

  • Voted Best Pizza for 2010 -"It's all about the wood here. In a marketplace dominated by coal-fired pizza,Sicilian Oven bakes its gourmet pies in an oven heated with smooth-burning,sweet-smelling wood"

  • Craig A. on 01/15/10

    Mention worstpizza.com to the owner Andrew and receive 10% off your check!

  • Bill H. on 03/31/13

    Pizza and salad combo the best.

  • Janel R. on 07/12/11

    Excellent lunch! Great service! ask for alexandra. Mention worstpizza.com get a discount!

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Best Of Awards

  • Votes: 87
    Runners-up: Primanti Bros., 36; At's-A-Pizza, 28

  • It's all about the wood here. In a marketplace dominated by coal-fired pizza, Sicilian Oven bakes its gourmet pies... More on Best Pizza »

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