Sal's Little Italy

NYC's Little Italy's Famous Fried Calzones
Sal's Little Italy

When a pocket of fried dough hits your tongue like a better pizza pie… that’s amore. And on an island where there are about as many pizza joints as there are Starbucks, Sal’s Little Italy has managed to stand out in the crowded field thanks to their famous fried calzones stuffed with imported cheeses and traditional Italian meats. This family owned and operated Italian restaurant has catered to loyal customers and visitors for over three decades, featuring old Neapolitan family recipes served with sauces made in-house. What was once a dream of the Triolo family after immigrating from Naples to New York in 1977 has now become a crispy, gooey, cheese-filled staple in the Little Italy community.

Leave the cannoli. Take the fried calzone.

Sal's Little Italy

NYC's Little Italy's Famous Fried Calzones

When a pocket of fried dough hits your tongue like a better pizza pie… that’s amore. And on an island where there are about as many pizza joints as there are Starbucks, Sal’s Little Italy has managed to stand out in the crowded field thanks to their famous fried calzones stuffed with imported cheeses and traditional Italian meats. This family owned and operated Italian restaurant has catered to loyal customers and visitors for over three decades, featuring old Neapolitan family recipes served with sauces made in-house. What was once a dream of the Triolo family after immigrating from Naples to New York in 1977 has now become a crispy, gooey, cheese-filled staple in the Little Italy community.

Leave the cannoli. Take the fried calzone.