In this episode of Chef's Night Out, we hit up some truly classic New York establishments with Paul Giannone (a.k.a. Paulie Gee) of Paulie Gee's in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. You might have met Paulie while you were enjoying one of his superb pizzas, as he is known to travel from table to table, but now you get to see him outside of his restaurant and on the town with some of his close friends. The crew starts at Sam's Restaurant in Cobble Hill, where they order the famous baked clams and can't resist ordering a pizza, then head to Emilio's Ballato in Nolita for an array of classic Italian dishes, and cap it all of with a visit to Prince Street Pizza for The Soho Square—arguably one of the best squares in the city. In true Paulie fashion, the night ends with more pizza at Paulie Gee's. In Paulie's words, "this is the senior citizen version of Chef's Night Out." WATCH NEXT: Chef's Night Out With with Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske: http://bit.ly/1U4iPjd Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/munchies Twitter: http://twitter.com/munchies Tumblr: http://munchies.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/munchiesvice Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/munchies Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/munchies More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
Sean Evans rides hard for his beloved Chicago deep dish, but regional pride can't blind him for the glories of a perfect New York pie. To better understand the legacy of Brooklyn pizza, he enlists the help of slice sherpa Paul Giannone—owner of Paulie Gee's in Greenpoint—to introduce him to some of the borough's old-school pizza joints. They end the tour back at Paulie Gee's to make a special Neapolitan pie fit for a spicy-food connoisseur like Sean. Subscribe to First We Feast on YouTube: http://goo.gl/UxFzhK Check out more of First We Feast here: http://firstwefeast.com/ https://twitter.com/firstwefeast https://www.facebook.com/FirstWeFeast http://instagram.com/firstwefeast First We Feast videos offer an iconoclastic view into the culinary world, taking you behind-the-scenes with some of the country's best chefs and finding the unexpected places where food and pop culture intersect.
He had a career in information technology. Now, his life is filled with maintaining a growing chain of pizza shops. Paulie Giannone started his pizza passion near Brooklyn, NY with a small oven in his backyard. Now, his quality pie is expanding to cities like Cincinnati, Chicago, Los Angeles and Vegas. While consistency is a critical part of a pizza shop, Paulie Gee's allows room for creativity. Locally, the Short North location serves "Summer of George" (a Seinfeld nod) and the Ray Ray's Hog Pit "Brisket Pizza." This is the first place we have tried that put honey on a pizza. Yes, hot honey. Try the "Hell Boy" for really unique experience. http://pauliegee.com/short-north/
At just four years old, Paulie Gee's is a relative newcomer to New York City's pizza scene, but its creative pies have helped the Brooklyn hot spot climb to the top of our best pizza list for the first time. Subscribe to Zagat's video channel here: http://goo.gl/AaWZHT
Caption: Paulie Gee, owner and founder of the Paulie Gee's chain of pizzerias, jumped into the kitchen with ONE37pm's Matt Bogart to talk about the importance of speaking things into existence. Turns out Paulie's mantra applies whether you're trying to make pizza at home or you're planning out your next big move. To read more on how to turn out Paulie-quality pies at home and how to make that next-level jump (once you're done, you know, digesting), check out ONE37pm.com. Subscribe to ONE37pm on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKtW4czIzn-LW9IzG1h5kwA Follow @ONE37pm on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one37pm/ Follow @ONE37pm on Twitter: https://twitter.com/137pm Subscribe to ONE37pm's Email: https://www.one37pm.com/ Like ONE37pm on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/one37pm
Paulie Gee makes some of my favorite pizzas in all of NYC. Visit http://www.pauliegee.com/ 60 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222 (347) 987-3747 For more videos: http://www.lostvegetarian.com/videos/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org My collaborators: Camera - Donny Tsang (http://www.donnytsang.com/) Camera - Henrietta Yuki (http://frontroomnyc.com/) Production Assistant - Scott Lindrup (http://www.scottlindrup.com/) Music - Bayard Russell (https://bayardrussell.wordpress.com/)
http://pizzatherapy.com/pizzabooks Paulie Gee says being in the Pizza Business is an actual life lesson. Paulie starts the interview explaining he is no Legend of Pizza rather he simply makes pizza. He explains how he masqueraded as an IT profesional for 30 years. Then he decided to follow his passion of making pizza. He had always loved to cook but had a connection with pizza. He started making pizza at his house and perfected his pizza making skills. He then invited friends, family bloggers and social influencers to sample his pizza. The pizza was a hit! Paulie also talks about his favorite pizzas in New York. He discusses his favorite pizzas. He has helped a number of people who want to get into the pizza business. Paulie likes to say if the Little Rascals opened a pizzeria it would be like Paulie Gee's Visit Pauie Gee on line at: http://pauliegee.com 60 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, New York This entire video was filmed at Pizza Expo 2016 in Las Vegas. For more infor on Pizza Expo go to: http://pizzaexpo.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Pizza T-shirt Exclusive Mission for Pizza Lovers" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqwvmgXfkmU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Song: Jordan Elgie - Timelapse https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCr2vyIdjzk The Diary of a Foodie head's down to Greenpoint Brooklyn for a taste of the best pizza in New York served by a small cozy restaurant called Paulie Gees.
Though it hasn't been around for as long as New York's O.G. pizzerias, Prince Street Pizza has quickly made its mark by serving one of the city's—if not the world's—great square slices. In this episode of Food Skills, Prince Street's Dominic Morano breaks down the elements of this iconic Sicilian slice, including the puckered cups of natural-casing pepperoni that make it one of New York's most recognizable Instagram stars. Subscribe to First We Feast on YouTube: http://goo.gl/UxFzhK Check out more of First We Feast here: http://firstwefeast.com/ https://twitter.com/firstwefeast https://www.facebook.com/FirstWeFeast http://instagram.com/firstwefeast First We Feast videos offer an iconoclastic view into the culinary world, taking you behind-the-scenes with some of the country's best chefs and finding the unexpected places where food and pop culture intersect.