A slice of San Diego lands at Fort Apache and Russell roads. San Diego’s Landini’s Pizzeria debuted with its menu of pasta, pizza, and thin-crust slices more than a year since signing a lease. The 1,386-square-foot space at the new retail center features space for 47 customers a short drive from The Gramercy.
Landini’s originally launched in 2009, selling individual New York-style slices in San Diego’s Little Italy before expanding to a second location and opening the city’s Illando Ristorante Italiano and Scuderie Italia restaurants.
Diners can pick up a slice or a whole pie at the new Las Vegas location. Specialty pizzas include La Piccante topped with ricotta, pepperoni, jalapeños, and pineapple; the no sauce Autumn with butternut squash, red onion, Gorgonzola, and fried sage; Ponte Vecchio with pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, onions, and olives; and a vegan option. Pastas include lasagna, primavera, arrabbiata, and carbonara, among others. Five panini options, eggplant parmigiana, stromboli, spinach rolls, and desserts round out the menu.