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Sally's Apizza

$$$$

237 Wooster St, New Haven
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Sally’s should be your first stop in town when you want some New Haven-style apizza. They’ve been around since 1938, have served everybody from JFK to Frank Sinatra, and even though you’ll likely have to wait behind a bunch of tourists, the pies are well worth it. You should try at least one classic apizza with the thinnest layer of tomato sauce and a sprinkle of parmesan, but you can also load up your pie with toppings like pepperoni, hot peppers, anchovies, and more. Either way, your pie will come with a perfectly cooked crust that has plenty of bite and an even char. Plus, Sally’s has a large outdoor space, perfect for when the old-school dining room is at capacity (which is basically all the time).  

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