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Paulie Gee's
Pizza Restaurant$$
Today 6:00 – 11:00 pm
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60 Greenpoint Ave Brooklyn, NY 11222
60 Greenpoint AvenueUSNew York11222
(347) 987-3747pauliegee.com
$$Pizza Restaurant, Vegan RestaurantToday 6:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 6:00 – 11:00 pmTuesday 6:00 – 11:00 pmWednesday 6:00 – 11:00 pmThursday 6:00 – 11:00 pmFriday 6:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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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
"...Fior di Latte, Italian Tomatoes, Parmigiano Reggiano, Mike's HOT Honey..."
"I really love the wood fire oven."
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James Hansen
3 weeks ago
Beautiful ambience. Wretched service. Mediocre vegan pizza.
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Holly Eng
7 months ago
Anybody friends with vegans know that it can be a bit difficult to find a place where everyone can honestly enjoy a meal together. Paulie Gee's serves a variety of brick oven pizzas with creative and quality toppings to satisfy most vegans and foodies alike. We ordered 3 different pizzas for a party of 4 and found it more than filling. The winner was the pizza with kale on it. Delicious and I didn't get that gross greasy and heavy feeling after eating at some pizza joints. The ambience is typical of Brooklyn with the dark wood decor that is casual but trendy. As this place is quite popular, reservations are highly recommended.
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Adam Shire
5 months ago
My brother took me here in January 2014. There was a 1/2 hour wait so we went down the block and grabbed a beer at another bar. We came back in 1/2 hour and were promptly seated, so they did a good job estimating the wait time. We definitely had the hellboy pizza which I can still remember (almost a year later) as being excellent. The Hot honey is something special. Paulie Gee himself stopped by our table to ask how things were going. It was pretty crowded but I felt like our pizzas came out in a reasonable amount of time. I also don't remember being pestered by waitstaff. All in all a very pleasant experience.
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Daniel Nabavian
2 months ago
Large selection of pizzas. All look good. Cozy, dim atmosphere.
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Luke Hansen
5 months ago
After hearing that Paulie Gee's was recently named the best pizza in NYC by Zagat, I figured we better try it. The fact that they have a large vegan selection made Paulie Gee's even more attractive. Although we couldn't tell it was open from the outside, we ventured in hoping the pizza was as good as advertised. The first thing you'll probably notice about Paulie Gee's is that it is loud. I am fine with higher decibels but it was ridiculously loud for a restaurant. A bar is one thing; I would like to talk without screaming while eating dinner. We ordered some vegan pizzas but when we requested that they hold off on the olive oil this seemed to provide some consternation. They went along with our request and were nice enough about it but it didn't seem to thrill them either. We were surprised by this considering they are so willing to provide food for people with varying food preferences. The pizzas were very good but I wouldn't say they were better than other pizza places we've been to. Because I can get equally good pizza closer to home I doubt we'll make a habit of going here but I am glad we tried it.
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Sue R
6 months ago
I went to try out their pizza because of the rave reviews. I was so totally disappointed that I am angry about it. The pizza is not italian at all. The pizza I was served was so totally soggy that I threw out most of the pie. It is unacceptable to serve wet, soggy pizza in NYC. The restaurant also has no traditional spices for the top of the pizza. Do not go there if you have an ounce of italian blood in you, because it will curdle.
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Peter Lada
6 months ago
Excellent pizza, with some unique toppings (dried sour cherry, spicy honey, fior di latte). Decent wine and beer selection. Can be long wait at busy times. Worth it though.
Peter Acimovic
9 months ago
It's completely over-rated and while different from a traditional NY pizza, its nothing great. i think people are really rating the location and ambience of the place, which is pretty cool. If you taste tested this in a neutral location, you wouldn't bat an eye.

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