Thursday, March 15, 2012

[Updated] Marshal seizes Sal's Pizza on Avenue A

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Looks as if Sal's Pizza may be done here on Avenue A near Sixth Street... Dave on 7th notes the Marshal's Notice of Possession taped to the gate... the pizzeria had cut back on its hours in November... and the space has been for sale...

Updated 10:30 a.m.:
According to LoopNet, the business is for sale for $99,000. Here's part of the description:

Great opportunity to own beautiful small business, in the heart of the village where people never sleep. It's close to alot of bars and events, and using the same pizza recipe since 1967, makes it a very unique place. The business is owner absentee, which leaves alot of room for improvement and increased revenue.

7 comments:

melaniemusings2 said...

Not Sals!!!

nygrump said...

They actually used real sausage on their hot sausage subs...not that precut crap...

East Village Eats said...

NOOOOO! There goes the 'hood!!! I suppose that Stromboli's will have to suffice.

aveaisessex said...

Best white pizza in the neighborhood. This is a big blow.

Scooby said...

Nooooooo! I discovered Sal's during Sunday matinees at Pyramid - then right across the street. Real, old style New York pizza like I grew up with. So they moved down the street - still the same great pizza. Friendly people too - always willing to chat about the neighborhood. In my opinion - the best slices around and I eat a lot of pizza - so my girl tells me :) - I am REALLY gonna miss Sal's. Thanks guys for everything!

Anonymous said...

Loved this place for years...the quality of pizza has gone down since this fall when the kitchen staff changed...and the prices went up a little bit on pasta, etc..

Joe Jusko said...

This was Sal and Tony's when I was a kid. GREAT pizza with fresh sausage slices, not that crumbled crap. Now I'm feeling old.