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Paulie Gee's
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 5–10PM
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60 Greenpoint Ave Brooklyn, NY 11222
60 Greenpoint AvenueUSNew York11222
$$Pizza Restaurant, Vegan RestaurantToday 5–10PM
Sunday 5–10PMMonday 6–11PMTuesday 6–11PMWednesday 6–11PMThursday 6–11PMFriday 6–11PMSaturday 5–11PM
Napoletana inspired pizza with creative topping combinations, served in a rustic, romantic setting.
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Gourmet pizzeria where the wood-fired pies are topped with unusual, locally sourced ingredients.- Google
"My favorite is the Hellboy with hot sopresetta and Mike's Hot Honey."
"The beer menu was small but pretty good as well, key for a pizza place."
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Steve Welgoss
2 weeks ago
Interesting decor, super dark inside and it was hard to read the menu. We were seated under one of the speakers, so I felt like an old person complaining about how loud the music was, but really, we came for the food. Split a salad and a Greenpointer pie, and neither disappointed. Both were served quickly, and the pie just exploded with flavor. The lemon kick was strong but not overwhelming, and the crust was perfection. Service was attentive, friendly, and efficient. Lots of menu choices for anything your palate is craving. Overall, a very good experience, and one I would look forward to enjoying again.
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Graham Austin
2 weeks ago
Absolutely amazing foods! You can't go wrong here. Just note, it's a bit expensive and they don't like to split the check even if it's a group who orders one pizza per person.
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Timothy Ho
a month ago
I'm not typically a fan of artisanal pizzas, but the pies here are phenomenal. We had the hell boy .... so good. And priced way better than the pies at Roberta's. We also had a special pie made with brisket from Hometown BBQ which was so good.
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Mikell Senger
2 months ago
Good pizza. Not amazing pizza. It's definitely nowhere near the hype this place generates and absolutely NOT the best pizza in NYC. Head to nearby Fornino for far better pies. Giving two stars solely to knock them down a few pegs.
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Milou van Montfort
a month ago
Good service, great pizza, drinks a bit overpriced, but the food, quick and nice service and the atmosphere totally makes up for that. Great place!
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Franco Campese
2 months ago
Pizza here is amazing and the service is great. Great spot to grab a Neapolitan style pizza with some friends, or on a nice date. Either way, you're getting some damn good pizza! Love that Paulie will ALWAYS no matter what, come say hi and ask how the pizza is. Love it.
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Anne Sromek
3 months ago
Incredible Neopolitan pizza with a perfectly blistered crust. I got the garlic/spinach pie. Menu pizzas are perfectly composed...the idea is to keep the pies as-is, not to order a la carte toppings. Nice wine selection, beef selection. Yummy limoncello spritzers. Nice Greenpoint location, with the trip. Prepare for a wait, the place is tiny. Dive bar feeling (dark, medium to loud clientele..."buzzing"...not quiet, but a good date spot). Save your pizza crust and ask for the cold butter, very nice way to enjoy the crusts.
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Chris Lee
3 months ago
Nothing makes me happier than when a place lives up to the hype. Paulie Gee's is easily one of my favorite Brooklyn pizza places, if not in all of NYC. There's no sign outside, so make sure you peak your head beyond the wooden storefront to make sure you're in the right place. Then get ready for some all-star pies. Paulie Gee's is small, but certainly big enough to seat parties of 6+. The wait staff are friendly and more than willing to take you through the staggering selection of pizzas. (The wine and beer variety is also impressive, might I add.) The pizzas are all personal-sized and beyond plenty for a hungry patron. This round - as I'll sure there'll be more - we went with the Hellboy and the Ricky Ricotta. Oh boy these were divine. The Hellboy is what Paulie Gee's is famous for: fresh mozzarella, sopressata, parmigiano, and wait for it, Mike's HOT honey. Every slice is spicy, but never overwhelming, and the sweetness of the honey blends so well with the saltier sopressata and gooey mozzarella. The Ricky Ricotta, meanwhile, is probably the most refreshing (I mean that) sausage slice I've ever had. The sweet fennel sausage, dollops of cool ricotta, drizzled olive oil, and arugula made a pizza that was rich, but never heavy. (How do they do that?) Paulie Gee's cooks their pies in a coal fire oven, Two very different pizzas, both very good choices. The pies are a little expensive (around $17), but the prices do include tax. Aaaaand that's my only critique. For a unique take on a New York staple, Neapolitan-style pizza, this place cannot be beat.
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