This restaurant sells bargain pizza (among other things); a large cheese pizza for $4.00 (carryout) sounds too good to be true, and of course it is. As I say, it’s bargain pizza, which means you can definitely get better quality elsewhere. Much better, in fact, although of course at a price. I’m not bashing Hoosick Pizza outright; it’s great to be able to eat for cheap, but dearth of cash (and/or stinginess) is really the only reason to choose this pizza over the many better options available. Hoosick Pizza serves as a good “emergency” pizza place, but that’s about it. Still, when you get into a pizza emergency, you’ll thank them. Postscript – After a few more visits to Hoosick Pizza, my opinion of their pizza itself has not changed, but I have discovered a good alternative order: the falafel. It’s very tasty, neither skimpy nor overfilling, and for a measly $2.99, a righteous bargain. I recommend it without reservation.
- 198 Hoosick Street