Ever wonder what your Uncle Gino’s Pizzeria would look like if it were taken over by rebellious punk rockers? Oh, you don’t have an Uncle Gino? Well, tough. You get the point.
J. Fall Group is flipping convention on its head once again with Paperboy — a pizza joint for those who appreciate maximum quality and minimum BS. Located on the second floor, we’re dishing out thin crust pies and twists on classics with beer and housemade wine coolers to wash it all down. Rock band style posters of your favorite pizzas adorn the walls to remind you that you’re less of a patron and more of a groupie with a backstage pass covered in oil. Paperboy has arrived, and the news has never tasted so good.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jeremy Fall grew up in a household with a mother who owned restaurants and a stepfather who was a chef, during which he learned about the hospitality world by working different hospitality and admin jobs. Following in the footsteps of his family, Fall is renowned for his knack for inventing innovative ways to build original concepts like his first restaurant, Nighthawk: Breakfast Bar, as well as Tinfoil: Liquor & Grocery, Nighthawk: AM, and the recently opened Easy’s inside the Beverly Center. Paperboy is Fall’s take on the classic pizza joint in partnership with United Talent Agency (UTA).