New Haven landmark Sally’s Apizza sold

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — One of the pillars of New Haven’s pizza culture has been sold.

Attorney Hugh Keefe, who is representing the Consiglio family, said that the deal closed Wednesday afternoon around 4:00 p.m. The new owners have not been revealed, but Keefe tells News 8 that they are passionate about maintaining the restaurant as Sally’s Apizza.Related Content: Sally’s Apizza given green light to sell

Robert, Richard, and Ruth Consiglio, who have been running the restaurant since their mother Florence passed away in 2012, will be involved in managing the restaurant indefinitely, according to Keefe.Related Content: New Haven pizza named best in America, again

It is unclear when the new owners will take over operations.Related Content: New Haven Pizza: The History and the Secrets

For now, it is still ‘business as usual’ at Sally’s.Original Story: Sally’s Apizza in New Haven up for sale

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