It's official: Sally's Apizza, an internationally-renowned Wooster Street destination, will expand beyond New Haven. The new restaurant will open in Stamford, later this summer at 66 Summer Street. The 4,000 square foot Stamford location features a mezzanine and outdoor patio, a dedicated fulfillment area for takeout and delivery, and a full bar, with craft beer and cocktails. Decor will highlight art and memorabilia nodding to Sally's history as a favorite stop among musical artists, like Frank Sinatra and the Rolling Stones. "We've seen people from other states and even other countries make the journey to New Haven for our craveable tomato sauce and addictive charred pies," said Rob Nelson, Sally's director of hospitality, in a press release. "Our fans have been hoping for years that we would open up additional locations and we are thrilled to announce to the world that this dream is now a reality." Visual essay: An inside look at some of Connecticut's famous pizza Sally's promises a commitment to authenticity, using original recipes and recreating brick-for-brick identical custom pizza ovens in the new location. Brothers Bob and Rick Consiglio, whose parents Salvatore (Sally) and Flora (Flo) opened the pizzeria in 1938, sold the business to new owners Lineage Hospitality in 2018, but have stayed on as consultants. "Sally's is committed to using the same ingredients, recipes and techniques that my father developed in New Haven decades ago," said Bob Consiglio, who plans on helping Sally's provision for the new locations. "I am happy to see my father's legacy carrying on and being made available to more people," said Rick Consiglio. "I plan on making the rounds at the new locations, with an eye toward seeing the same quality product coming out of these incredible ovens." Sally's was reportedly set to open a location in South Norwalk, at the SoNo Collection, Hearst Connecticut reported in 2019. Krystina Nataloni, Sally's director of marketing, said in an email Tuesday that the company did not have an update on the SoNo location, and that the pandemic had altered some of its plans. The restaurant, frequently featured in national publications and on television shows, was recently spotlighted on "Good Morning America," as host Lara Spencer spoke with Connecticut businesses recovering from COVID-19 shutdowns. The Wooster Street pizzeria also made pies for Vice President Kamala Harris and her staffers when she visited New Haven in late March. Information and updates: sallysapizza.com or follow on social @SallysApizza.