This is an informal pizza and pasta place with good examples of each We love the big salad with enough additions for two to share There are many families around so It is busy and lively
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Dropped in to Baba Louie's (for the first time) while waiting for the train to NYC. Even though pizza is the speciality we opted for a sandwich, salad and sweet potato fries between the three of us.. The albacore tuna sandwich was open faced even though it wasn't mentioned in the menu...(and very hard to eat) but, o.k. The Greek... More
We got the Insalata Allegra and classic Margherita pizza with anchovies. The pizza crust was too hard for my taste, it reminded me of biting into a cracker. Other than that the pizza was pretty good. I can really appreciate the ingredients, but it's not a pizza I would ever want to try again. The salad hardly had any dressing... More
We visited this restaurant twice during our four day stay in Hudson, NY. The pizza is pretty darn good (great sourdough crust) and the salads are ginormous. You'll want to split a small salad as even the smalls are really big. We enjoyed the low key vibe and good service, plus darn good prices.
Had a business lunch here, we used to frequent the Pittsfield location and was pleased that the Hudson restaurant is just as good. The fresh healthy ingredients make for outstanding wood fires sourdough pizza. They are also very gluten free friendly
Very good pizza joint EVERYONE loves this place Nice service Great food Draft beer and cider Everyone will be pleased
This is the best pizza in a large radius. We wish they would open in NYC. The pizzas are fresh and varied in types . You can get gluten free and vegetarian. The soy cheese on the pizza is hard to differentiate from the real thing. They only serve local, small (non conglomerate ) drinks which includes sodas, beer (draft... More
The place to be on a week night in Hudson. The salads were perfectly balanced with local organic greens, great dressing and yummy additions. Big enough to share. The thin crust pizza is a perfect balance of crispy and chewy. The veggies had just the right amount of crunch.
We stopped in for lunch (it was not busy at all). My husband ordered the antipasto salad which was HUGE and very filling. It came with fresh (probably made in store?) soft, delicious bread smeared with roasted garlic. I ordered a small pizza (four slices). I ordered the Dolce Vita (sans prosciutto) - It had tomato sauce, wilted spinach, fresh... More
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