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Paulie Gee’s – Logan Square

Traditional pizza is reinvented at Paulie Gee’s Logan Square. Your taste buds will be begging you to go back the moment you walk out the door.

Upon entering the cozy, wood-finished restaurant, your eyes are drawn straight to the back where two massive wood-fired brick ovens reside. That is where all the magic happens.

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Paulie Gee’s crafts magic in three different styles: thin and light wood-fired, thick and savory “Logan Squares”, and inventive vegan options. We recommend trying at least one wood-fired and one Logan Square! The toppings range from simple and fresh, like arugula and mozzarella, to wild and unexpected, like chicken and waffles.

During our visit, we tried the Grinch (arugula, shaved garlic, hot peppers, and mozzarella with a drizzle of soy sauce) and the Omnivore (fried chicken, pieces of waffles, cheese, and a drizzle of maple syrup in Logan Square style). We highly recommend both. If you’re less adventurous, the Pepperoni Logan Square is a neighborhood favorite!

When visiting Paulie Gee’s, expect flavor combinations that challenge the norm. Either Derrick, the owner, or his creative team of chefs come up with unique pizzas to keep your palette excited.

They try to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to drinks also. Not only do they serve a great Old Fashioned, their Boba Fetish is an in-house special containing pear flavors along with blueberry boba that come together for an explosive flavor.

Don’t miss out on dessert either! Their confetti cake from Pie Pie My Darling, a local bakery, is so delectable and moist you won’t even know it’s vegan.

At Paulie Gee’s Logan Square you can always expect to be treated like a close friend! Owner Derrick makes it a point to meet all his guests and ensure they are completely satisfied. Combine this hospitality with impressive twists on pizza and you’ll want to be a regular.

Paulie Gee’s Logan Sqaure
2451 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647


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