New Haven's iconic pizza joint, Sally's Apizza, is gearing up to serve its legendary slices to the Greater Boston crowd. The beloved Connecticut establishment is making its debut in the Woburn Village mixed-use development on December 14, a move that has been in the pipeline since the summer of 2021.
Sally's Apizza is a piece of New Haven's proud pizza history. Having fired up its ovens back in 1938 by Salvatore "Sally" Consiglio, the pizzeria has managed to thoroughly say its crusty, saucy pizza—with an oven-kissed charm—into the hearts of pizza aficionados far and wide, according to The Boston Globe.
Under new ownership for a few years, the brand's expansion includes current Connecticut locations in Fairfield and Stamford. Furthermore, other outlets in Newington, Norwalk, and Wethersfield are reportedly in the works. This expansion is part of a strategic growth that follows the legacy of what the pizzeria calls its "iconic oven-kissed char" crust and "distinctive tomato sauce" that you can find detailed on their website.
Sally's Apizza brings with it a tradition that's been carefully cultivated since the Consiglio family first began to quickly whip up pies nearly a century ago. Embracing Sal's original recipes, Sally's Apizza pledges to its customers the same hand-crafted experience that has drawn crowds for decades. The Boston Globe notes that alongside Pepe's and Modern, Sally's is part of a trinity of New Haven pizzerias renowned for their distinctive take on the Italian classic.