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Diners at Sal’s Pizza Randa know they’re getting made-to-order, hand-tossed pizzas because they can watch chefs throw each round of dough before sliding the pies into a fiery oven. In 2002, Salvatore “Sal” Marsala took over the business that had been open since 1973 and runs the establishment as he would his family kitchen, often making the pizzas himself. In addition to hand-tossed and stuffed pizzas, the staff prepares classic pastas in tomato- or cream-based sauces as well as hot subs served on 12-inch rolls. Although Sal’s doesn’t serve alcohol, customers may bring their own beer, wine, or moonshine-colored beverages to enjoy with dinner.