Sally's Apizza is a pizzeria in the Wooster Square neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut.
Sally's serves New Haven-style thin-crust apizza, which is baked in coal-fired brick ovens. By default, a New Haven pizza is a "plain" pizza topped with only tomato sauce, garlic, and hard cheeses.
The restaurant was opened in April 1938 by Salvatore Consiglio, nephew of Frank Pepe, who was the owner of Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, another Wooster Street pizza restaurant. Sal Consiglio ran it until his death in May 1989. It is still operated in its original location by his wife Flora and their children Ruth, Richard and Robert.
Sally's is a small restaurant and residents of New Haven must wait in line outside the restaurant often for hours. Sally's walls have many photographs of Sinatra and Tony at Sinatra's height of popularity along with numerous other celebrities have dined at the establishment. There is also a gold record album from New Haven native Michael Bolton thanking Sally's in the liner notes.