The Vegaster 7: Top 7 Pizza Joints in Vegas
D.O.C.G. at the Cosmopolitan: It doesn't seem like you should be calling this restaurant a joint until you sit down and feel how relaxed it is. The name comes from some Italian mumbo jumbo for high quality Italian wine, but none of the pretense of that, nor the Cosmo should hold you back from kicking back and getting a really, really tasty pizza. Best non-pizza pick was fried olives of all things stuffed with pork. This was entirely new to me, and the reason why I’ll be going back.
Five50 Pizza Bar at the Aria: Again, these high
Metro Pizza: Metro is something like a chain in Vegas with like 5 different places you can get a pie. But don’t think like Dominoes-type chain. This is authentic real pizza that tastes
Pizza Rock: I went into Pizza Rock with reservation. Everything I read said gourmet, which is definitely not me. Lucky for them, they list the classics before they start with that egg on a pizza thing. (
Slice of Vegas Pizza: They’re not kidding when they say fun Italian. Inside of the Shops at the Mandalay is the hometown feel Italian spot that makes you want to hang out all day people watching. The staff was quirky, the atmosphere light and there was a build your own pizza spot on the menu. I kept
Engine One Pizza: There’s always gotta be that one pizza guy who finds a way to take it to the next level. Typically a catering operation that brings pizza dough to your door and then makes you the pizza, I caught the truck on the first Friday of the month in front of the Gypsy Den. (If you don’t know where that is,
My tastes, of course, were a bit very biased. There