STAMFORD — Just before the hour, the line wrapped around the block. Louis Armstrong crooned from the speakers. Every so often, someone stepped out of the queue and peered at the neon red sign above the door, anxious because time moves more slowly when you’re excited.
Then, right at 3 p.m., general manager Jonathan Bara stepped out the door. “The moment has arrived,” he said to the lucky few standing nearby. Sally’s Apizza in Stamford was officially open.