Brock Radke takes a look at the differences between Tony Gemignani’s Pizza Rocks at the Downtown Grand and Green Valley Ranch and Little Tony’s at Palace Station. He says that most pizzas come in 9-inch or 16-inch sizes. “And Little Tony’s is almost certainly the only restaurant in Las Vegas serving Chicago cast-iron pizza.” He recommends the Dillinger with smoked vodka cream sauce, chicken, bacon, bell peppers, artichoke hearts, broccoli, garlic, crushed red pepper, mozzarella, provolone, cheddar, parsley and lemon as well as exclusives, such as the Big Kahuna with sliced pineapple rings, bacon and green onions or the bourbon barbecue with house-made barbecue sauce, ground beef, bacon and red onion. Everyone gets a free cup of soup and pasta dishes can be customized. He also notes the specialty liquor is whiskey and recommends trying the “happily un-sweet” Grilled Pineapple Fizz or the build-your-own-Old-Fashioned feature. [LVW]
What's the Difference Between Pizza Rock and Little Tony's?
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