If you’re in the mood for pizza under the stars in Red Hook, we want to pause and say, gee, that sounds really nice. Also, we’re here to tell you that you can stop by Hoek for some Roman-style, wood-fired pizza at one of their patio tables. Hoek offers sub-$20 pies topped with things like zucchini and high-quality cow’s milk mozzarella, as well as salads, cocktails, and specials using whatever seasonal ingredients they’re excited about.
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