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HUDSON’S PLACE opens in Bloomfield

Husband-and-wife team Amanda and Tom Quni have opened HUDSON’S PLACE, a pizza, gelato and coffee bar, at the southwest corner of Long Lake and Telegraph in Bloomfield Township. It’s the spot formerly occupied by Peter’s Palate Pleasers, which was owned by the Qunis since 2016. The new eatery, designed by Jeremiah Armstrong and Dustin Illes of Mexico Mexico Design in Detroit, features artisan pizzas, craft coffee drinks and fresh-daily “grab & go” offerings ranging from sandwiches and pastas to baked goods. HUDSON’S PLACE uses only the highest-quality ingredients, including the imported Italian flour brand, Caputo, which is utilized in the fermented sourdough for their pizzas and sandwiches. “From day one, we’ve been fanatical about the quality and lightness of the dough,” said Tom Quni, owner of HUDSON’S PLACE. “Our team has been meticulously sourcing the same ingredients favored by Italy’s best pizzerias, which allows us to deliver the same quality and experience to our guests here in Bloomfield Hills.” Their commitment to superior ingredients extends to the rest of their menu, with all sauces, salad dressings, pastas, and grab-and-go items made in-house daily. Specialty pizzas include The New Yorker (basil pomodoro, mozzarella, parmigiano, halal beef pepperoni); Spicy Soppressata (basil pomodoro, mozzarella, anduja sausage, onion, chili-infused EVOO); and the Fig (mozzarella, fig, charred radicchio, gorgonzola, sun-dried tomato, spicy honey).  Pastries, cookies, and muffins (all seed-oil free) are also made in-house, while croissants are sourced daily from Cannelle Patisserie in Birmingham. Gelato is made in-house with a selection of revolving flavors such as pistachio and raspberry. 1087 W. Long Lake Road, Bloomfield Township


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