Sally's Apizza - An 80-Year Strong Pizza Icon - Re-Opens Following its Successful Acquisition

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Offers free pizza to first 80 tables seated on February 28 starting at 3:00pm

On Wednesday, February 28 at 3 p.m., Bobby and Ricky Consiglio, sons of Sal Consiglio, founder of Sally's Apizza, will be joined by members of Lineage Hospitality, which acquired the iconic restaurant in December 2017, to re-open its doors and celebrate the return of this legendary pizza.

In appreciation of Sally's fans who have been lining up outside for 80 years, the first 80 tables to be seated on February 28, 2018 starting at 3 p.m. will receive free pizza.

Patrons eagerly awaiting the return of Sally's iconic pizza crafted from the Consiglio's 80-year proprietary family recipes and baking techniques will be delighted to find the same Sally's they have known and loved for years. New guests experiencing the nationally-acclaimed pizza for the first time will quickly discover that the pizza lives up to its reputation.

"We are thrilled to reopen with Lineage Hospitality and work with them to bring Sally's pizza to more people nationally," says Bobby Consiglio.

"All people should be able to enjoy this distinctive and renown pizza," says Aaron Allen, advisor and spokesperson, Lineage Hospitality. "The team at Lineage is looking forward to bringing this culinary experience to people across the nation."

WHO: Bobby and Ricky Consiglio, Sally's Apizza founding family members, and Lineage Hospitality, are reopening the restaurant doors to the public.
WHAT: The first 80 tables seated on reopening day receive free pizza in celebration of Sally's 80th anniversary.
WHEN: Wednesday, February 28. Doors open at 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: 237 Wooster Street, New Haven, CT 06511

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About Sally's Apizza:
Founded in 1938 on Wooster Street in New Haven, Connecticut, by Salvatore "Sally" Consiglio, Sally's Apizza is where pizza lovers unite. Topping numerous "Best Pizza in America" lists, including Eater's 38 Essential Restaurants, USA Today, and The New York Times, it is renowned for thin crust pizza still baked today in the same coal-fired oven that has been in use for 80 years. In late 2017, Sally's Apizza was acquired by Lineage Hospitality with plans to expand nationally. For more information, visit or connect with us on Facebook.

About Lineage Hospitality:
Lineage Hospitality is an investment consortium that specializes in the acquisition and management of legacy restaurants. Lineage is dedicated to not only protecting and preserving iconic restaurants, but also their rich histories. For more information, visit

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