Sal’s PizzaBar Headed to Central Florida

Several varieties of pizza will be served in this new concept.
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Sal’s PizzaBar, a family owned pizzeria, is planning on opening in Orlando’s Vineland Pointe. On Tuesday, What Now Orlando connected with owner Salvatore Conigliaro to get details.

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Expect to find the new pizza joint at 11020 Daryl Carter Pkwy, in the new shopping center, Vineland Point. At this address, Sal’s PizzaBar will neighbor several other restaurants: World of Beer, Jeremiah’s Italian Ice and Maple Street Biscuit Co., to name a few.

Conigliaro doesn’t have an opening date to share as of now. He is early in the planning stages, and the building hasn’t been turned over to him yet. If everything goes according to plan, he will commence construction in October, and we can expect that to take between 4-6 months.

The concept will serve both New York style pizza by the slice, baked in a brick oven; and, in addition, Conigliaro will have a wood-fired oven for variety in the pizza he crafts. Coming from an Italian family, Sal’s PizzaBar will feature a range of different pizza options, which will be crafted from family recipes.

Expect to enjoy pies like: eggplant pizza, margarita pizza, Sicilian pizza, vegetable pizza, meatlovers and many more.

Follow Sal’s PizzaBar on Instagram.

Ross McWaters

Ross McWaters is a writer from Atlanta, GA. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of McCoy’s Monthly, a small literary magazine where some of his writing can be found.
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