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Sayville Pizza & Italian Restaurant to offer 15-cent slices to celebrate 60th anniversary

Sayville Pizza & Italian Restaurant turned 60 and to celebrate, owner Chad Johnson and his staff served 15-cent regular slices and 10-cent sodas. (Credit: Newsday / Raychel Brightman)

The last time pizza clocked in at 15 cents per slice was the mid 1950s, around the same time that Sayville Pizza first began slinging slices.

This year, Sayville Pizza & Italian Restaurant is turning 60 — and to celebrate, owner Chad Johnson and his staff will be dishing out 15-cent regular slices, as well as 10-cent sodas, for five hours this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“It should be a spectacle,” said Johnson. The oven can handle 16 pies at a time, and customers will be limited to two slices and one soda each. Expect to wait in line.

Anyone who remembers lining up for a slice in 1957 might be transported; though Sayville Pizza has changed hands over the years, “the recipes are the same,” Johnson said.

Sayville Pizza & Restaurant, 60 Main St., Sayville, 631-589-3760

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