For a fun night out with friends, Paulie’s Pizza is the best of the best. It has amazing food, a fun vibe and very reasonable prices . . . I just can’t recommend the place highly enough!
It would seem I’m not the only one who feels this way as Lovin Dublin crowned it “hands down best pizza in Dublin”, Dublin Live said it’s “some of the best pizza you’ll have anywhere” and Paulo Tullio once reviewed a dish saying it was “as good as you’d have got in Sorrento!” Have I peaked your attention? Read on for just a few more reasons that you need more Paulie’s Pizza in your life.
- Authentic Italian
Paulie’s have really committed to crafting authentic Italian cuisine. In an article for the Independent, renowned Italian food critic Paolo Tullio claimed that Paulie’s food was on-par with the best Italy that has to offer. He was also enamoured with their authentic pizza oven and highly trained, authentic Neopolitan pizza chefs.
It’s rare to find authentic Italian cuisine in Dublin, and almost impossible to find it at a reasonable price. If you don’t want to break the bank on a night out, you’re in luck – Paulie’s serve generous individual-size pizzas starting at 10€ and you can get a glass of house wine for just €5.50.
- Style points
Paulie’s is undeniably a Beggar’s Bush hotspot. It’s super trendy and always attracts a buzzing dinner crowd. Plus, all of their food is incredibly Instagrammable, Snapchattable and most importantly DEVOURABLE! Sure, on a weekend you may have to wait a couple of minutes for a table but as everyone knows – good things take time.
- Bring friends
All of the above make Paulie’s a perfect spot to start a night out, celebrate a birthday, or have a squad reunion. Plus, their menu is broad enough that there should be something for everyone’s taste and price range – and really, who doesn’t love pizza?
Paulie’s Pizza is named as such for a reason. To see just how seriously Paulie’s takes their pizza, look at what goes into each one. They promise to use “only Caputo ’00’ flour, San Marzano tomatoes, the best mozzarella, slow proved dough and a wood fired oven which cooks at over 450 degrees Celsius.”
Let there be pizza!