Sally's Apizza in New Haven Gets New Owners - NBC Connecticut

Sally's Apizza in New Haven Gets New Owners

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    After being in business for nearly 80 years, Sally's Apizza in New Haven is under new ownership.

    In March, a Connecticut Appellate Court allowed the Consiglio family to move forward with the sale of the iconic restaurant on the corner of Wooster and Olive streets. A lawsuit was filed against the family from a local bidder.

    "He found that no contract existed whereby the Consiglio siblings were obligated in any way shape or form to sell the restaurant to Carmine Capasso," the Consiglio's attorney, Hugh Keefe, said in March.

    The restaurant has new owners, however, the Consiglio family will continue to manage the restaurant, Keefe said on Thursday.

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    They come from near and far for the thin crust pizza baked in Sally's Apizza's coal-fired oven in New Haven.

    (Published Wednesday, March 22, 2017)

    After Flo Consiglio, the wife of Sally’s founder Salvatore “Sally” Consiglio, passed away five years ago, the children decided to put the family business up for sale.

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