Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Great Neck Hosts Ron Darling Meet and Greet

WHO: Ron Darling and Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza

WHAT: Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Great Neck will host a meet and
greet with award-winning baseball commentator and former
New York Mets pitcher Ron Darling. Darling will be available
for photos and autographs during the event.

To benefit the Ron Darling Foundation, Anthony’s Coal Fired
Pizza will donate 25 percent of dine-in and take-out sales
from guests who mention they support the Foundation.

WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 22 – All Day
Ron Darling Meet and Greet: 6 to 8 p.m.

WHERE: Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza
420 Northern Boulevard in Great Neck

ABOUT: Ron Darling is a former high-profile, right handed starting
pitcher who spent the majority of his Major League career on
the New York Mets. Darling has remained in the spotlight as a
color commentator for national baseball coverage on TBS, as
well as for the Mets and both SNY and WPIX. Most recently
added to his resume is the MLB Network, where Darling
provides insights on all baseball topics.

Since its creation in 2009, the Ron Darling Foundation has
expanded its mission from working solely finding a cure for
diabetes to also helping those who are in need in local
communities around the tri-state area. In the past few years,
the Ron Darling Foundation has worked in collaboration with
various charitable groups and organizations.

Known for its high energy atmosphere and simple menu,
Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza uses 800-degree coal burning
ovens to create a “well done” taste. With a focus on fresh
ingredients and authentic recipes, Anthony’s signature menu
includes traditional and specialty pizzas with dough made
fresh daily; coal oven roasted chicken wings; large homemade
meatballs from a recipe passed down by Anthony’s
grandmother; a classic Italian salad with original dressing; and
Eggplant Marino (Dan’s favorite).

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza has locations throughout Florida,
Delaware, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. For more
information, visit