When I was 15 I got hired as a dishwasher at the most famous Pizzeria in New Haven, Connecticut. I loved Apizza and I loved my job there. I moved up learning every position to finally earning the Pizza Man position. I learned from the “old school” pros the “old school” way. Making Apizza (you know how to pronounce it) is a talent; it’s a “thing”. It’s not a fast food franchise; it’s not something made by a machine and mass produced. It’s about making a superior product and creating memories for people as they enjoy it.
I brought this talent to South Florida for our community to experience. Come in and I’ll take you back to Wooster Street circa 1980 where I am making it, and serving exactly as I learned. The ingredients, the characteristic charr, the aroma and taste are all there. The White Clam Pie. The Foxon Park Soda down to the same Libby® glasses used in 1980!
Try us out, bring family and friends. Start a tradition, share some special time with people you love and you’ll “get” it like the people of New Haven do.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
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How can this be possible! Watch to the end to find out if it is in fact possible! A real Italian sandwich review by a real italian, taste this with Frank Gallo.
Dave drives over two hours because of the famous three words: New Haven Apizza.