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Louie's
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Today 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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1839 N Henderson Ave Dallas, TX 75206
1839 North Henderson AvenueUSTexasDallas75206
(214) 826-0505
BarToday 5:30 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:30 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 11:00 pmSunday 5:30 – 11:00 pm
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Old-school hangout serving up beer, cocktails & thin-crust pizza in a casual, no-nonsense setting.- Google
"Pork chops and souvlaki were delicious."
2 reviewers
"Great food, cool atmosphere, homemade recipes, great bar, strong drinks."
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Woody Woodson
8 months ago
Pork chops and souvlaki were delicious. Always a great time & great food.
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Kahlil Edwards
a year ago
This was ok but if you want done really good pizza and pasta go to dantes in downtown Dallas located in the west end
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Ronald Steelman
2 years ago
Well I decided to try out Louie's tonight since I had seen it on "Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives" Unfortunately I wasn't impressed. The pizza and Caesar salad were recommended and that's what I tried and I will say that they were very good but not "excellent" or "mind blowing" as the $17 price tag for a thin-crust pepperoni pizza might indicate. In my opinion, there are a number of other Dallas pizzerias that have better pizza for the same price point or less. One of the biggest issues; however, was the $3 a piece soft drinks. Seriously, come on! We are getting up there into the cocktail price tag for a glass of Coke or Dr. Pepper! The icing on the cake was that after I experienced some rather painfully slow service (which plenty of others had forewarned me about on here), we were charged $1 for a to-go box for the remaining pizza! I have NEVER come across that and seriously, a $1? That's an expensive pizza box. With the price point being as high as it is on a restaurant that looks like it's been that way for years and is the "hole-in-the-wall type" you would think they could give you a pizza box with the $40 dollar tab on a pizza and a sandwich with two soft drinks. It's unfortunate but sometimes you have to cut through the marketing hype, even on supposed "food review sources" like Food Network, to get at the real deal. That's why I thank Google for allowing good objective reviews to be posted!
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Michelle A
2 years ago
I saw this on DDD and was excited to check it out... While the pizza was good and the price was fair, it wasn't good enough to make me want to return. I can't say anything really bad about the place, but overall it was pretty "meh".
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Bubba Tugs
a year ago
as far as pizza goes (and greek salad too) it's the best i've had in dallas and one of the best i've ever had. the cocktails are strong as well.
Larry Kirby
2 months ago
Great food fer a fat boy.
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Joe Whatley
7 months ago
Best pizza ever. Just good conversation and friends
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Brad Seehawer
4 years ago
I've been to nearly fifty restaurants featured on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, and the more I visit, the more I'm ashamed to admit this hobby of mine. The show can have a positive effect on small restaurants in small towns, where foot traffic is small, and being featured on a television show can help increase awareness of these restaurants. In bigger cities, however, the increase traffic is a deluge upon these unsuspecting businesses, losing a large amount of the niche appeal that made them desirable in the first place.This was the impression I received as I entered Louie's. A few things struck me as odd as I ordered my pizza: There was a sign posted saying that they no longer accept Visa or Mastercard. I understand to an extent - the fees that these companies charge on small orders (less than $10) can hurt businesses more than help. As I sat down and was looking for a beer to drink while I waited, I noticed that there was nothing on tap - the beers were bottled or canned. Again, I might be able to understand this given the "dive bar" status of the restaurant. The prices of the pizzas were high - $10 for a ten inch, with toppings running an extra $2 per ingredient. And I was shocked to see that, after two beers and the small pizza, my bill came to a whopping $24. $5 bottles of Shiner is incongruous with the dive bar atmosphere of the establishment. I have never owned a business, but I can only imagine the amount of profit they're pulling in with prices like these, and the traffic that comes through here - even on a Monday night, the place was pretty busy. As for the pizza itself, it was a cracker-thin crust cut into rectangles - popular of the Midwestern style. The cheese mixture consisted significantly of cheddar, the sharp flavor of which I thought overpowered the sauce and even the toppings to some extent. The cracker crust is my preferred type of pizza, but the large amount of cheddar used in the pie along with the high prices ensured I probably wouldn't return. But then again, perhaps I'm exactly the type of person these prices are intended to deter - the fairweather fan, who only visited because it was featured on a TV show. They knew that me and others are probably only going to visit once, so why not make the most off of the experience?
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