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Sally’s Apizza Review - BEST GIANT PIZZA!! ???? Coal Fired Pizzas in New Haven, Connecticut!

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NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT: Sally's Apizza is another one of the greatest New Haven pizza (apizza) restaurants on the pizza route in New Haven, Connecticut. They are known for their massive oval shaped, extremely thin, coal fired pizzas, and they are life-changing.

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Sally's Apizza ( - As we arrived to Sally's Apizza, we met up with Ray and Colin, who really helped us in getting a table and showing us around the pizzeria, with special permission to film inside the kitchen and see the amazing pizza production, and the coal fire oven.

We tried three different types of pizzas, a white potato pizza, a straight tomato pie with anchovy, and a Ray created special that was called the Firebird that included chicken, pepperoni cups, and a variety of peppers. All three were totally different, and each had a unique taste. What stands out so much to me is how thin the crust is at Sally’s so unbelievably thin and cooked perfectly. And additionally I loved their tomato sauce, tart and sweet, and it was some of the most balanced tasting pizzas I’ve ever had.

Along with Zuppardi’s, Frank Pepe, and Modern Apizza (Watch the video here: Sally's Apizza is a must eat pizza restaurant when you’re in New Haven, Connecticut, and one of the best pizzerias in the United States.

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Best PIZZA in America | Frank Pepe's vs Sally's (New Haven, Connecticut)

Faris and Lisa road trip to New Haven, Connecticut, which is considered the pizza capital of the United States, in order to try the top rated pizzerias; Frank Pepe's and Sally's. New Haven is considered the pizza capital because they have 6 nationally ranked pizzerias in a 5 square mile radius called Wooster Street. USA Today voted Frank Pepe's as number one and Sally's as number 7 in the US. Watch us try both and give our own pizza review and let you know if we think it is the best pizza in America.

New Haven Apizza is Neapolitan style with an extremely thin and crunchy crust thanks to the coal fired ovens. It's all about the tomato sauce and mozzarella or as the locals would call it, MOOTZ.

New Haven has drawn a lot of attention in the past years as Barstool, Munchies, Thrillist, and USA Today have all reviewed their Apizza!

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NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT - When I typically think about pizza in America, I immediately think about New York pizza and Chicago pizza… but one of the lesser known heroes of pizza in America is New Haven, Connecticut, and some of the true pizza connoisseurs say it’s the best pizza in America! Today we’re going on a New Haven pizza (or apizza as its known) in New Haven. #pizza #NewHaven

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Pizza (apizza) in New Haven has a very unique style and distinct taste - it’s known for being quite a thin crust, that’s chewy and charred to crispness. Along with the crust, New Haven is known for its white clam pie, a pizza that was invented at Frank Pepe, but you’ll now find at pizzerias throughout New Haven. I can safely say that New Haven pizza is the best pizza I’ve ever had in my life. I love that intense heat that creates the char, and the layers of flavor that come as a result.

Here are the pizza places we ate at in this tour:

Zuppardi's Apizza ( - We started at Zuppardi's Apizza, actually located in West Haven. This family run pizzeria serves some of the best in New Haven. Their crust is incredible, and theirs is a little less thin and not quite as charred as some of the other pizzas of New Haven. We all agreed their white clam pie is the best in New Haven.
Price - About $17 per medium pizza

Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana ( - Frank Pepe is the ultimate legend of New Haven pizza, the epicenter, and where it all began in 1925. They invented the white clam pie, and their pizzas are very thin and very crispy. The char, their massive 14 foot coal burning overs, and the caramelised toppings, are truly remarkable. A life changing pizza experience with so much history.
Price - About $25 per medium pizza

Modern Apizza ( - Lastly, I had a chance to try Modern Apizza, another local favorite New Haven pizzeria. Again, they have a very thin crust and a distinct char. Their white clam pie was heavier on the mozzarella cheese than the others, but delicious. However, I preferred their sausage pizza which was outstanding.
Price - About $18 per medium pizza

All three pizza places were fantastic and you should try all of them on your pizza tour of New Haven, Connecticut. I can tell you without a doubt, I’m a fan of New Haven Apizza for life!! Best pizza in America? I’m not sure, but for sure I have a new standard of delicious pizza.

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Connecticut’s Most Famous Places Food Tour - Louis’ Lunch, Sally’s Apizza

Does former US President Bill Clinton have good taste in donuts? Does pizza taste better when it has an “A” in front of it? We answered all of these questions and more on our Connecticut food tour of the state’s most famous places - including Louis’ Lunch, Sally’s Apizza, and Coffee An’ Donuts! We spent the day chowing down in Westport and New Haven, seeing if some of Connecticut’s best places to eat lived up to the hype. SPOILER ALERT: They do!! Check out our other videos for more Connecticut adventures!



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New England HUGE CLAMBAKE!! 298 Lobsters, Clams, Corn on Cabbage Island!!

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MAINE, USA: One of the experiences I was most looking forward to in Maine, was a New England clambake. It’s a method of cooking where a variety of seafood, plus potatoes and corn, are steamed and baked, sometimes underground, topped with local seaweed, over fire. When I was Cabbage Island Clambakes, I knew it was going to be epic!

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The journey begins from Booth Bay, a beautiful coastal town in Maine. We set off for Cabbage Island, with about an hour boat ride and tour of the harbor. When we arrived to Cabbage Island, I was excited and ready to see the clambake and eat. One of the great things about this clambake is that it attracts so many people, and therefore they cook such a huge quantity of food at one time - making it it even more of a delicious and visual experience.

They had two full trays of lobster, 298 lobsters for lunch! Plus an entire tray of corn, potatoes, onions, and eggs. There’s a very interesting story where they used to use the eggs as a timer, when the egg would cook and crack, then the clambake and all the seafood would be ready. I’m happy that even though they don’t need the egg timer anymore, they have maintained the tradition.

The clambake was incredible, I loved how all the ingredients steamed, baked, and roasted all at the same time. The lobster was probably the best I had in all of Maine. It was perfectly cooked, and some of the sweetest and juiciest lobster I’ve had. That clambake technique is without a doubt one of the best ways to preserve the taste of the fresh Maine lobsters. The clams - or I think in this case they were steamers, were also delicious. The sweet corn was among the best I’ve ever had, and the potato and eggs were great as well.

Finally to finish you meal at Cabbage Island Clambake, you get their famous blueberry cake, which is famous for a reason - one of the best of the best blueberry cakes ever.

And that completes the Cabbage Island Clambake experience. Highly recommended when you’re in Maine, and I think it’s one of the greatest USA, American food experiences you can have.

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The Ultimate PHILADELPHIA FOOD TOUR!! Hoagies, Cheese Steak + Best Local Philly Food!!

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PHILADELPHIA, USA - Welcome to Philadelphia, better known locally as Philly! Philly is known for many things and it’s an American food paradise. Today, we’re going on an ultimate Philadelphia food tour - we’ll be eating everything from Italian hoagies to cheese steaks to tomato pizzas - and hanging out with the amazing @JL Jupiter . Let’s start eating!

Ricci's Hoagies ( - Old Fashioned Italian - $10.50 - Ricci's Hoagies has been serving hoagies, the Philadelphia name for a sub sandwich, since 1920. One of the things that immediately stands out is how they slice your meat directly onto your sandwich. The meat never gets crusty and that makes a huge difference. One of the best deli sandwiches I’ve ever had.

Cacia's Bakery ( - Another iconic food that Philadelphia is known for is tomato pie pizzas. The tomato sauce is known as gravy, and at Cacia's Bakery the gravy is made by hand, loaded with parmesan cheese, and baked onto a pizza base. The result is refreshing and focused on the amazing tomato sauce. They also have pizzas with cheese which are also delicious.

John's Roast Pork ( - Roast pork - $10.75, Cheese Steak - $12.00 - Next JL and I went to John's Roast Pork, one of the Philly food legends, known for both roast pork sandwiches and Philly cheese steak. We got one of each. The pork sandwich was incredible, so juicy and peppery. And the cheese steak, was without a doubt one of the best cheese steaks I ate in Philadelphia (and we went on a full cheese steak tour, another video). Both absolutely sensational sandwiches in Philadelphia!

Sister Muhammad's Kitchen ( - Fish Hoagie - $10.50 - Next up on this ultimate food tour in Philadelphia we headed to Sister Muhammad's Kitchen to try their fish hoagies. They marinate the fish, batter it and deep fry it, and you’re guaranteed freshly fried fish in anything you order. We had their amazing fried fish hoagie, plus a Muslim fish hoagie which included a few extra ingredients and sauces, and finally, fried fish fried rice. Another amazing spot in Philly.

John's Water Ice ( - Lemon water ice - $2.00 - Finally to finish this food tour we stopped in South Philly for a legendary water ice. Very refreshing on a summer afternoon.

What an amazing day in Philadelphia - cool people and delicious food. And awesome to hang out with @JL Jupiter !

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Best Philly Food!! CHEESESTEAK NINJA, Grandma Pizza + Hoagies at Angelo's Pizzeria!

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PHILADELPHIA, USA - Today we’re going to Angelo's Pizzeria, one of the best restaurants in Philadelphia to eat pizza, cheesesteaks, and hoagies all at one place. They also have chicken parm and meatball subs, which I would have loved to try, but they didn’t have them the day we went.

Sarcone's Bakery ( - But first, we headed over to Sarcone's Bakery, one of the great bakeries in Philadelphia. They bake a variety of different daily breads and goods, and they also have pizza, which is very bread focused and delicious. JL and I started with a slice of pepperoni pizza. We also tasted their hoagie rolls.

Sarcone's Bakery is located just down the road from Angelo's Pizzeria, and they also have a family connection.

Angelo's Pizzeria ( - Angelo's Pizzeria is one of those places that no matter what they cook and serve, they perfect, and if somethings not right for the day, they don’t sell it. Today, they had the full range of pizza, hoagie sandwiches, and amazing cheesesteak, and we ordered them all. The kitchen was neatly arranged, with each station specialized in each dish. The hoagies are some of the best you’ll have in Philadelphia, the pizza is out of control delicious and some of the most bubbly puffy pizza I’ve ever tried, and the cheesesteak was among the best quality and tasting cheesesteak I had in Philly.

It was another meal of outstanding iconic Philly food!

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Philly Cheesesteak Tour - 5 FAMOUS STEAKS TO EAT!! | American Fast Food in Philadelphia!

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PHILADELPHIA, USA - Welcome to Philadelphia! Easily the most famous food in all of Philadelphia, and one of the most famous foods in the United States is the Philly cheesesteak or spelled cheese steak. Today we’re going on an ultimate Philly cheesesteak tour - we’re going to eat 5 different cheesesteaks in Philadelphia! #Philly #cheesesteak #Philadelphia

Pat's King of Steaks ( - Cheesesteak - $12 - First, Pat's King of Steaks, where it all started. At first it didn’t include cheese, so it was just a steak sandwich. At Pat’s the steak is frizzled, and they generously add cheese whiz. Even though locals say Pat’s is a tourist trap, they deserve credit for being the original and starting it all. I would say it was a fantastic experience, and even just being there eating a cheesesteak there on the corner with its history was cool. And their cheese fries were amazing.

Geno's Steaks ( - Mushroom cheesesteak - $12 - Next up, when you eat at Pat’s, there’s no way you can’t walk across the intersection to Geno's Steaks, known for its giant logo and bright lights. Their steak is unchopped, just thin slices, but it’s nice and tender. We actually tried a mushroom provolone cheese steak here. Overall, it was pretty pure, not the best, but not bad.

L & M Variety Store ( - Cheesesteak - $5 - Next up for one of the common local stops to eat a Philly cheesesteak, a corner convenience store. For $5 in Philadelphia, it doesn’t get much better. As JL mentioned, one of the best things about a corner store is that you often know the owners and can customize it how you like it.

Dalessandro's Steaks ( - Cheesesteak - $11 - Another local famous popular is Dalessandro's Steaks, and they have a line to show. We ordered their classic cheesesteak, with cheese whiz and onions. Overall, it was good, but the steak was a little overly shredded to the point of almost being minced meat.

Jim's South St. ( - Cheesesteak - $10.25 - Lastly to complete this cheesesteak tour of Philadelphia, we went to Jim's South St. I think this was the cheese steak that surprised both JL and I, and to be honest it was probably the best of the day. The steak was tender, the bread was soft and fluffy, and the whiz was perfectly layered on the bottom and top with plenty of grilled onions.

Additionally, though not in this video, we had 2 other cheesesteaks in Philadelphia, which were to be honest, probably the best 2 I had in Philadelphia: John's Roast Pork ( and Angelo's Pizzeria (video coming)

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$284 Fisherman’s Platter!! KING OF FRIED SEAFOOD in New England!!

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ESSEX, MASSACHUSETTS: Welcome to Essex, Massachusetts, home to Woodman’s, where they invented the New England style deep fried clam! During our trip to New England we were not going to miss this opportunity to eat the king of deep fried seafood, and we got a gigantic $284.75 Fisherman’s Platter!

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Woodman's of Essex ( Total price - $284.75 - We arrived to Woodman's of Essex, ready to devour some deep fried seafood. As the true story goes, back in 1916 Lawrence Chubby Woodman and his wife Bessie had a cart and sold fresh clams and deep fried potato chips. One day one of his fisherman friends told him to deep fry some clams in the potato chip oil. It was almost a joke - they said it was something humorous, but after trying it, they realized they might be onto something. They invented and popularized the fried clam. To this day, the original fried clam is available at Woodman's of Essex and it’s as good as it’s ever been.

At Woodman’s they also have a host of other deep fried seafood, including clam strips, scallops, shrimp, and fish, plus onion rings and fries. We decided to order a huge fisherman’s platter, including a mix of everything piled high onto Jeffrey’s lobster tray.

While all the seafood at Woodman's of Essex is delicious and remarkably deep fried and crispy, still nothing beats the deep fried clams - the original deep fried clams.

Kelly's Roast Beef ( Price - $14.02 meal combo - next up on this mini tour, just down the Massachusetts coast I stopped at Kelly's Roast Beef, legendary for their roast beef sandwich. It was every bit as good as I was hoping it to be and everything it needed to be. Don’t miss it when you visit Massachusetts!

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Shady Maple Smorgasbord ( - When I heard about Shady Maple Smorgasbord buffet, there was no way I was going to leave Pennsylvania without going. It’s a massive, Amish Dutch food cooking, probably the greatest American country cooking buffet ever. Also something cool, it’s a 200 foot buffet!

From Philadelphia it was a little over an hour drive to Shady Maple Smorgasbord, which is pretty close to Lancaster, and it’s in the beautiful Amish countryside of Pennsylvania. Seemingly in the middle of nowhere, you arrive to this massive buffet - it looks like the town is built around a buffet. They serve breakfast lunch and dinner, and we arrived just before the end of breakfast, to be able to eat both breakfast and lunch, as the food changes. Breakfast was amazing - any kind of Western food breakfast dishes you can imagine are available - pancakes, omelettes, toast, mountains of bacon, and biscuits and gravy. It’s amazing. They then switch to lunch, and I was even more excited for lunch. You can just pay the difference of breakfast - so actually you’re just paying the lunch price ($14.99 per person) and then be able to enjoy both breakfast and lunch. For lunch they have a huge menu of dishes, plus a few extra special dishes each day. On the day I went they had Beef Brisket, Smoked Pork Chops, Fried Shrimp, New York Strip & Delmonico Steak for the daily specials. You can check all the menus and pricing here:


I was pleasantly surprised at how tasty and how quality the food was, even cooked in large portions on a buffet. Really an incredible buffet eating experience, and that’s what makes it one of the most popular buffets and restaurants in Pennsylvania - every day it’s packed. A must eat Pennsylvania Dutch, Amish influenced food experience!

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NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT - Welcome to New Haven, one of the pizza capitals of the United States, Yale University, and there happens to be an original restaurant called Louis' Lunch where the modern hamburger was invented. The restaurant is still family run since 1895!

First of all you have to appreciate the amazing original building of Louis' Lunch, it’s totally frozen in time, literally unchanged, just aged to perfection. It’s like a cottage from the outside, and when you step inside you can feel the original charm - there are wooden pulpit like booths, personal seating with burger tables, and then you see the original vertical burger chargrills at the front of the restaurant, and you know you’re about to eat the original hamburger!

For a little of the history, in Germany they had been eating a Hamburg steak, served like a hamburger steak, yet it hadn’t been put into bread to make it a handheld sandwich. As the story goes, the ground beef was brought to New Haven by sailors from Hamburg, Germany. Louis Lassen started serving hamburger steak, and one day when some customers were in a rush, he stuck the hamburger steak between two slices of bread and gave it to them. The sailors loved it, and they actually named it the hamburger.

Now, the complete history of the hamburger is not fully known and some argue that it was consecutively invented at the same time across a number of places, but the hamburger story of Louis' Lunch is without a doubt real, and they are surely the ones who made the hamburger popular. If you think about it, this is ground zero - this is where all other burgers originate! Whether you’re eating at McDonald's or a gourmet artisanal burger, they all have origins and have been influenced by the original hamburger right here in New Haven!

The hamburger by the way is amazing, nothing more and nothing less than you would want. And it’s an ultimate food history experience.

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PHILADELPHIA, USA - Welcome to the heart of Philadelphia, home to Reading Terminal Market which is one of the oldest and greatest indoor food hall markets in the United States. For food lovers like you, and JL and I, Reading Terminal Market is a food paradise. Today, we’re taking you on an ultimate tour to eat the best food!

Dutch Eating Place ( - Total price - $24.48 - JL and I started in the morning with a Dutch Amish style breakfast at Dutch Eating Place. We tried the scrapple, a unique breakfast meat that tastes like a combination of meat and bread in a patty, and JL got a breakfast sandwich with egg, bacon, and jam. Finally, we couldn’t miss their apple dumpling, which was amazing.

Hershel's East Side Deli ( - About $12 per sandwich - Philadelphia is one of the greatest sandwich cities in the United States and Hershel's East Side Deli serves insanely good pastrami and reuben sandwiches. Don’t miss the massive stacks of meat!

Miller's Twist ( - Price - $2.75 - Something a little lighter, the wonderfully fresh pretzels at Miller's Twist are superb.

Bassetts Ice Cream ( - I’m not so huge into ice cream of sweets, but Ying and Micah wanted some ice cream, so we headed over to the legendary Bassetts Ice Cream where you’ll find one of the oldest ice cream shops in the United States. The ice cream was rich and full cream.

Tommy DiNic’s ( - Roast pork - $10, Brisket - $12 - Another one of the most legendary food stalls at Reading Terminal Market is Tommy DiNic’s for their roast pork sandwiches. The pork is succulent and flavorful and I loved the entire combination. They saw us enjoying the pork and gave us a roast beef sandwich to try as well, and it was every bit as good as it looked and that everyone else said it was. Again, more must eat sandwiches in Philadelphia!

Dienner Barbecue Chicken ( - By this time, JL and I were starting to see a little blurry, but we had to try one more thing for dessert to wrap up this food tour and we decided on chicken wings at Dienner Barbecue Chicken. The smoked chicken wings were a little dry, but the rotisserie chicken wings are some of the best I’ve ever had.

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New Haven Connecticut Downtown 4k Driving Tour

New Haven Connecticut Downtown 4k Driving Tour
Take a ride around downtown New Haven with me

New Haven is a coastal city in the U.S. state of Connecticut. It is located on New Haven Harbor on the northern shore of Long Island Sound in New Haven County, Connecticut, and is part of the New York metropolitan area. With a population of 129,779 as determined by the 2010 United States Census,[3] it is the second-largest city in Connecticut after Bridgeport. New Haven is the principal municipality of Greater New Haven, which had a total population of 862,477 in 2010.[4]

New Haven was the first planned city in America.[5][6][7] A year after its founding by English Puritans in 1638, eight streets were laid out in a four-by-four grid, creating what is commonly known as the Nine Square Plan.[8] The central common block is the New Haven Green, a 16-acre (6 ha) square at the center of Downtown New Haven. The Green is now a National Historic Landmark, and the Nine Square Plan is recognized by the American Planning Association as a National Planning Landmark.[9][10]

New Haven is the home of Yale University. As New Haven's biggest taxpayer and employer,[11] Yale serves as an integral part of the city's economy. Health care (hospitals and biotechnology), professional services (legal, architectural, marketing, and engineering), financial services, and retail trade also contribute to the city's economic activity.

The city served as co-capital of Connecticut from 1701 until 1873, when sole governance was transferred to the more centrally located city of Hartford. New Haven has since billed itself as the Cultural Capital of Connecticut for its supply of established theaters, museums, and music venues.[12] New Haven had the first public tree planting program in America, producing a canopy of mature trees (including some large elms) that gave the city the nickname The Elm City.[13]

Is Frank Pepe New Haven Pizza Better than New York Pizza?

What's just as tasty as New York Pizza but not as well known? It's gotta be New Haven Pizza. Frank Pepe is one of the iconic pizzeria's on Wooster St in New Haven, Connecticut. They serve an amazing coal fired pie that is simply to die for. Definitely come check it out if you want some incredible pizza! They are famous for their white clam pie and the original tomato pie!

Frank Peppe Pizzeria Napoletana
157 Wooster St, New Haven, CT 06511

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First Time Pizza-ing At Pepe's - Part 2: The Pizzas Were Delicious & First Bite Honor Went To Teddy

This is Episode 2 (or Part II) of our First Time Pizza-ing At Pepe's Pizza in New Haven, Connecticut, the world's famous, best known and oldest Pizzeria in the United States. Click here to watch Part 1:

The pizzas were delicious. Since Teddy was from West Coast (although he's originally from Chicago), the honor of first bite went to him. Kakak Amira thought the clam pizza was a little salty but she really like the margherita. The check came to be $63.01, and that's for 3 pizzas, some salad and a drink. Very inexpensive for 7 people dining in, but Aiman didn't think they would be eating there all the times. They would probably stick with Domino's for now.

After dinner at Pepe, the went to Libby's Italian Pastry shop down the street on Wooster for cannoli. Aiman has never eaten cannoli before and this was his first time. Cannoli are Italian pastries that originated on the island of Sicily and are today a staple of Sicilian cuisine. Cannoli consist of tube-shaped shells of fried pastry dough, filled with a sweet, creamy filling usually containing ricotta.

Here's a bit of a background:

Aiman grew up in and around the New Haven area but he has never been to Frank Pepe's before. He and his siblings have eaten the pizzas from there during their educational programs at Yale University. They've been discouraged from going to the restaurant because everyone was saying the queuing lines were always long.

But this time, they had to go. That's because his oldest sister Amira brought her friend Teddy from San Francisco, California to visit. And who would visit New Haven without dining at the world's famous Frank Pepe's? Besides, Tedyy is originally from Chicago which is known for its deep dish pizzas. He wanted to see how good the thin crust pizzas versus the deep dish pizzas.

It was on a Thursday night during the summer and it took them about 30 minutes queuing in line outside before there was a table for 7, including both of his parents, his brother Fikri & Hizami, was available. Just imagine it was on the weekend, and when the colleges (Yale, Quinnipiac, Southern Connecticut and University of New Haven) are back in session!

Once we proceeded through the door, the delightful aroma filled the air which will make anyone drool. We were seated near the entrance, but there was another larger room but even that room was completely filled. Evidently Teddy had done research on Frank Pepe's and shared the information with Aiman, who then tried to explain the history of this famous pizzeria (in Part 1)

Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, commonly known as Pepe's /ˈpɛpiz/, is a popular pizza restaurant in the Wooster Square neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut, at 163 Wooster Street. Opened in 1925, it is one of the oldest and best known pizzerias in the United States.

Pepe's was founded in 1925 by Frank Pepe, an Italian immigrant. Pepe was born in Maiori, Italy, and immigrated to New Haven in 1909 when he was a teenager. During World War I, Pepe went back to Italy to fight for his native country. Upon returning, he landed a job working at a bakery on Wooster Street. After saving enough money, he was able to buy a wagon from which he sold his pizzas. He was so successful that he was eventually able to take over his employer's business and turn it into the first Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana on June 16, 1925.

Pepe's originated the New Haven-style thin-crust apizza (Neapolitan-style Italian pizza) which he baked in a coal-fired brick pizza oven. Originally, Frank Pepe only made two varieties of pizza: the tomato pie (tomatoes with grated pecorino romano cheese, garlic, oregano, and olive oil) and the other with the addition of anchovy.

Pepe moved his restaurant to its current location next door to The Spot in 1936. The Pepe family later bought back The Spot from the Boccamiello family in 1981 and it now serves the same menu as the newer restaurant.

Pepe's restaurant began serving littleneck clams on the half shell at the bar. It was only a matter of time before he decided to put the clams on the pizza. The white clam pie is just crust, olive oil, oregano, grated cheese, chopped garlic, and fresh littleneck clams. The restaurant will serve the pizza with or without mozzarella cheese. They are also adamant on using freshly shucked clams as opposed to canned clams; if fresh clams are not available then they will not serve the white clam pie. Three men are employed by Pepe's just for shucking the clams on location. Since its invention, the white clam pie has become the signature pizza of pizzerias in New Haven.

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Recording Date: June 20, 2019
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17 Best Things to Do in New Haven, CT

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