New Haven pizzerias primed for potential visit from Kamala Harris Will the VP try one of the Elm City's iconic pies? March 25, 2021 Updated: March 25, 2021 4:42 p.m.
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Sally's Apizza on Wooster Street in New Haven, Conn. says they would serve Vice President Kamala Harris their classic sauce pie if she were to make a stop at their pizzeria during her March 26 visit to New Haven.
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Brian Rodriguez, Sally's Apizza's baker moves a pizza around the coal-fired oven at the New Haven pizzeria in April 2020.
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Modern Apizza owner Bill Pustair says a classic cheese pizza would be in order if Vice President Kamala Harris stopped in for a traditional New Haven pizza during her March 26 visit to the Elm City.
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New Haven makes headlines for its pizza as much as it makes its famous product. From topping
The Daily Meal’s “101 Best Pizzas in America” list, to being the conclusive “pizza capital of the United States” as deemed by Barstool Sports’ David Portnoy, New Haven pizza has its brushes with the spotlight.
And with Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris poised to visit the Elm City on Friday, one more chance for New Haven’s apizza to generate headlines may be on deck — should the vice president have time for a stop at one of the area’s famed pizzerias.