Pizza made Anna's famous, and that's just where the fun begins.
Since the very early 1980's this Anna's has been hugely popular among locals and out of town visitors.
If you bring a crowd, order Anna's Grande pizza, which measures 2 feet across! The oven at Anna's can actually cook two Grandes at a time.
Besides the pizza, which is unlike any other pizza chain out there (read: better!), Subs at Anna's are a unique creation too. Lots of toppings available and will definitely fill you up. Consider adding Anna's french fries on the side, like I did. I honestly think fries at Anna's are better than anywhere else I've tried, they season them with sea salt and a dash of pepper for a wonderful flavor.
Of course, there's the spaghetti and lasagna, manicotti and burgers, all with a recipe that you won't find anywhere else. The Anna's family is straight from Sicily, adding a special touch that keeps the dishes authentic.
For dessert, bring a big hunger so you can try the Tower Cake. Named that for a reason, you'll need 2-4 people to devour the most wonderful chocolate cake you'll ever experience. It's not super sweet either, but just the right kind of chocolate that you can't get enough of. For $8, it's worth every bite.
One of the newer additions to dessert is the lemon cookies. Each cookie is nearly as big as the plate it's served on; Anna's spent a month perfecting the recipe for them--yes, they are a creation of Anna's staff!
And almost every day, you'll find the owners (Natale, Josie, Vinny and Josephine) right at the first table by the door to thank you for coming by to eat.