Even the greatest slice places are generally not establishments where you want to stay and hang for a while. That’s what makes Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop different. This is the new place from the people behind one of our all-time favorite pizza places, the original Paulie Gee’s (which is just a few blocks away). It’s an order-at-the-counter spot, with a beer and wine bar at the back of the space where you’ll find people posted up eating pizza, playing on a vintage video game console, and watching sports. Unlike the original Paulie Gee’s, this is not Neapolitan-style pizza - it’s classic New York slices and pies (including plenty of vegan options), plus the Sicilian-style sesame-crusted Freddy Prince that’s the best thing here. Add this place to your next Greenpoint night itinerary, and if you’re in the neighborhood, consider yourself lucky that this is now your slice place.
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