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How's the Food at Cafe Americano?

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Cafe Americano
Cafe Americano
Susan Stapleton

Al Mancini raves about the pizzas at Café Americano, the restaurant that replaced Central Michel Richard at Caesars Palace. “How many other places in town offer a pie with San Marzano tomatoes, hand-cut pepperoni, andouille sausage, braised short ribs, vinegar peppers, whiskey onions, mozzarella and a fried egg?” he wonders, then ups the ante with, “And if you can think of someplace that does, I’m guessing you can’t get them at 5 a.m., when you come down with a case of the late-night munchies.” He also tried the $19 tonkotsu ramen, but says, “…It might not be as good as what you get at your favorite Chinatown haunt,” the Cubano sandwich (“a bit on the salty side”) and mozzarella-stuffed meatball (“rather dry”). [VS]

Cafe Americano

3570 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 650-5921 Visit Website

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