Whether Louie’s is a bar with great pizza, or a pizzeria with great drinks doesn’t matter, because as long as they keep pairing martinis with bread covered in cheese, you’ll be happy. They’ve been serving some of the best thin-crust pizza in Dallas for over 30 years and you’ll want to start your night here or grab a bite after a long day. It’s a tough choice between the sausage and onion pizza and the pepperoni jalapeno pizza, but if you come with enough people, just get both. And then secretly order the spaghetti and giant meatballs as well, because when you’re drinking that many martinis, it’s the responsible choice.
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