Anile’s Ristorante & Pizzeria

6 Front Street
Boiling Springs, PA 17007
(717) 258-5070 

Family owned an operated, across the actual `Boiling Springs` from the tavern.  Very generous portions and a great sit-down, pizza and italian dining place.

Check out the lasagna.  A favorite among appalachain trail hikers.

8 thoughts on “Anile’s Ristorante & Pizzeria

  1. I used to love eating at this restaurant with family and friends but unfortunately the last couple times I have been there I haven’t had great experiences. Although the food is great, the service the last times I have been have been absolutely terrible. Just the other day, I decided to give it a shot again and I waited 20 minutes at a table. Not once was I greeted and not once was I offered even a drink. If you are looking for great service don’t go in. This customer will now be ordering on the phone from now on.

  2. I am in Boiling Springs about every 2 months to go to the hair salon. I would love to order ahead to pickup after I’m finished with my hair appointment, but you don’t have a menu published on-line. Why not? It would make ordering so much easier. The menu wouldn’t have to include the prices due to changes and constant updating, but at least list what items you have to eat in your restaurant. Would be beneficial.

  3. Great Pizza I drive here from Newville to get pizza as there are no good Pizza Joints in our town anymore……..RIP Pinos……My daughter who married a Boiling Springer got us hooked on this place…..it is worth a 20 mile drive….

  4. Best Pizza and service! After a day filled with sunburns and our card deciding it didn’t want to work, we stopped in at a cute little pizza parlor for a good meal. After ordering, the electricity went out. We just knew our evening was about to get worse! Boy were we wrong! The staff was great, and since the ovens are gas operated, we were able to enjoy one of the best pizzas we have ever had, in the dark; making the perfect unconventional date night!! We had an amazing time and I’m sure you will too!!

  5. Best pizza and calzones. Being a NJ-transplant, the minute I ate them I knew the owner was from New York (Port Jervis). Just wonderful people too. Always nice when you go in.

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