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.
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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.
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It is unclear when the new owners will take over operations.
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For now, it is still ‘business as usual’ at Sally’s.
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