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Feb. 3, 2022

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A big pizza being minimize at Sally’s Apizza in New Haven.

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Sally's Apizza in Stamford, Conn., photographed on Monday, Dec. 27, 2021. Sally's announced it will keep its New Haven and Stamford dining rooms closed until further notice because of a surge in COVID-19 cases.2of18

Sally’s Apizza in Stamford, Conn., photographed on Monday, Dec. 27, 2021. Sally’s introduced it is going to maintain its New Haven and Stamford eating rooms closed till additional discover due to a surge in COVID-19 instances.

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In this file photo, and example of a hot pizza being pulled out of the oven. This is at Sally's Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.4of18

On this file photograph, and instance of a scorching pizza being pulled out of the oven. That is at Sally’s Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.

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A customer snaps a picture of a pizza just brought to the table during the grand opening of Sally's Apizza on Summer Street in Stamford, Conn., on Thursday October 7, 2021. This is the new outpost of the beloved New Haven pizza restaurant.5of18

A buyer snaps an image of a pizza simply dropped at the desk in the course of the grand opening of Sally’s Apizza on Summer time Avenue in Stamford, Conn., on Thursday October 7, 2021. That is the brand new outpost of the beloved New Haven pizza restaurant.

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A large and medium-size pizza at Sally's Apizza in New Haven.7of18

A big and medium-size pizza at Sally’s Apizza in New Haven.

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Hot pizza getting boxed at Sally's Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.8of18

Sizzling pizza getting boxed at Sally’s Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.

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Photos and articles hang on the walls of Sally's Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.10of18

Images and articles grasp on the partitions of Sally’s Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.

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Hot pizza being cut at Sally's Apizza in New Haven.11of18

Sizzling pizza being minimize at Sally’s Apizza in New Haven.

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Ivan Parra, a Sally's Apizza employee serves free takeout pizza to Yale New Haven Hospital employees nurse Alienne Salleroli, R.N. , Priscilla Steve and nurse Curri Bower, R.N.13of18

Ivan Parra, a Sally’s Apizza worker serves free takeout pizza to Yale New Haven Hospital workers nurse Alienne Salleroli, R.N. , Priscilla Steve and nurse Curri Bower, R.N.

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A tomato, mozzarella, and pepperoni pizza from Sally's Apizza on New Haven’s Wooster Street14of18

A tomato, mozzarella, and pepperoni pizza from Sally’s Apizza on New Haven’s Wooster Avenue

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A Sally's Apizza box on April 23, 2021.16of18

A Sally’s Apizza field on April 23, 2021.

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The hot coals that fire the oven at Sally's Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.17of18

The new coals that fireside the oven at Sally’s Apizza in New Haven on April 23, 2021.

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Sally’s Apizza is now delivery nationwide, by a partnership with Goldbelly.

The famend New Haven pizzeria has teamed up with the mail-order platform, which works with eating places and cooks to ship regional meals all through the nation. Ordering opens Feb. 7, Sally’s famous on its Fb web page. 

Sally’s provides three-packs of its pies for $99, that are shipped frozen with ice packs. Three varieties can be found: sauce with mozzarella, pepperoni and white potato and rosemary. There’s additionally a sampler with considered one of every. Heating directions are included.

“Our iconic field has included the phrase ‘Baked and served on the premises’ for over 60 years,” Sally’s posted on social media. “Beginning February seventh, you possibly can get pleasure from our world well-known pies, nonetheless baked on premises in our 100+ 12 months outdated Wooster St oven, now served to you anyplace in america.”

Zuppardi’s Apizza of West Haven can also be on the platform, providing six-packs of its pizzas ($83 to $87) in varieties like mozzarella, sausage and contemporary tomato. Different Connecticut corporations on Goldbelly embrace Michele’s Pies, the Cannoli Pie Firm, Knipschildt Chocolatier, Mike’s Natural and Backyard Catering. 

The Goldbelly partnership comes as Sally’s embarks on growth all through Connecticut, with plans to maneuver past state strains.  Sally’s opened its second location in Stamford within the fall, and the pizzeria can also be planning its first Hartford County restaurant, in Wethersfield.

In October, advertising and marketing director Krystina Nataloni additionally confirmed deliberate areas in Fairfield and Norwalk, and Sally’s is listed as “coming quickly” to the Woburn Village retail house in Woburn, Mass.

 

Leeanne is the meals and shopper reporter for Hearst Connecticut, dealing with protection of restaurant openings and closings, developments, occasions and common information about CT meals and beverage companies.

She’s been working in Connecticut information for greater than 15 years, most lately because the meals and eating reporter for the Hartford Courant. A local of Worcester, Mass., she holds a grasp’s diploma in journalism from Quinnipiac College.