Reheat Instructions

Hudson History

Re-heat for restaurant style crispy crust.

Toaster oven: Ideal for one slice:

Set toaster oven to 375, lay pizza slice directly on toaster oven rack set in the middle of the oven. Heat for 3 minutes or until the cheese in the middle of the slice begins to bubble.

Conventional home oven: Ideal for multiple slices

Set oven to 450, layout pizza slices on a wire baking rack set over a cookie sheet to allow air flow under the pizza. Cook the pizza for 5-7 minutes or until the cheese in the middle of the slices begins to bubble.

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Hudson was settled in the summer of 1840 by Louis Massey and his brother in-law, Peter Bouchea. William Steets arrived at about the same time. Later that same year, Joseph Sauperson (commonly known as Joe LaGrue) took up residence. These four are considered Hudson’s original inhabitants. Massey and Bouchea settled at the mouth of the Willow River, near the present-day First and St. Croix Streets. They had been part of the group who lived for some time along the river below Fort Snelling, which appears on some old maps as “Massey’s Landing”. The 1840s saw a few settlers making their appearance here — Captain John Page, the Nobles brothers, Dr. Philip Aldrich, Ammah Andrews, Moses Perrin, Colonel James Hughes, Daniel Anderson, and others.

Hudson was originally called Willow River. It was later named Buena Vista by Judge Joel Foster, founder of River Falls, after returning from the Mexican War where he fought in the Battle of Buena Vista. In 1852, Almon Day Gray, Hudson’s first mayor, petitioned to change the name of the city to “Hudson”, because the bluffs along the St. Croix reminded him of the Hudson River in his native New York.

Hours of Operation

Wed & Thurs
4pm – 10pm

FRI & SAT
11am – 11pm

SUN
11am - 10pm
Featured Brunch Pizza available
on Sundays only.

Address

212 Walnut St. Hudson, WI

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Pedro’s Pizza Lounge sits in the heart of historic Downtown Hudson, Wisconsin. Our stylish New York-style pizza joint blends classic Big Apple vibes with modern aesthetics, inviting guests to savor delicious slices of authentic pizza along with a variety of craft cocktails and desserts.

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