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The Essential Pizza Shops in Las Vegas

Where to grab a pizza all over the city

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Where do Las Vegans turn for their pizza? Here’s a look at the essential pizza spots of Las Vegas, including those that have been around forever and a day, amassing a dedicated local following in that time. Want something late at night and only by the slice? This list has that too.

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Old School Pizzeria

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North Las Vegas offers Giovanni Mauro’s Old School Pizzeria with Calabrese, a Regina Margherita, and the Pork Reigns with pulled braised pork, house-made sausage, apple-wood smoked bacon, ham, salami Calabrese, and guanciale. Go with the Hard Core Old School for a pizza with rapini, black Mediterranean olives, truffle salt cured egg yolks, and white anchovies.

A square pizza
Old School Pizzeria
Old School Pizzeria/Facebook

Northside Nathan's

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At Northside Nathan’s, it’s hip to be square. This Detroit-style pizza shop twice-bakes its buttery square crusts.

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Northside Nathan’s
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Pizza Rock

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Thirteen-time pizza world champion Tony Gemignani brings with him six styles of pizza including Neapolitan, classic Italian, classic American, Sicilian, Roman, Grandma, plus gluten-free pies. Look for the big rig that serves as a deejay booth at this downtown joint. Also at Green Valley Ranch.

A pepperoni pizza
Detroit Rosa pizza at Pizza Rock
Pizza Rock [Official Site]

Pop Up Pizza

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This pizza joint at the Plaza even has a vegan option. One option: Mike’s Hot Pepperoni, which starts with a homemade onion and garlic cream sauce and comes topped with freshly shredded cheese and pepperoni from Ezzo Sausage Company.

A selection of square pizzas at Pop Up Pizza
Pop Up Pizza
Pop Up Pizza

Evel Pie

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Evel Pie on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas offers up pizza by the slice that’s just right for late night bar-hopping. Favorites at this Evel Knievel-themed eatery include the Barry White Pie topped with mozzarella, pecorino and ricotta and the Balls to the Wall with caramelized onions and housemade meatballs.

Evel Pie
Evel Pie
Amelinda B Lee

Dom DeMarco's Pizzeria & Bar

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Dom DeMarco's is an outpost of Di Fara Pizza in Brooklyn, a step above the average pizzeria with a well-thought out menu. The most famous? The DiFara Special with Dom’s Sicilian sauce made with prosciutto simmer in San Marzano tomatoes, pepperoni, shredded mozzarella, house-made mozzarella, grana padano, and fresh basil.

A pizza on a patio
Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria
Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria/Facebook

Yukon Pizza

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Yukon Pizza does perfectly charred, Neapolitan pies with creative toppings you don’t typically see on this style. Favorites include a gyro-themed pie with feta and tzatziki and an elote-topped version. Find Yukon’s pizza made with a 125-year-old starter at its new downtown location.

Good Pie

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Brooklyn-style pizza from pizzaiolo Vincent Rotolo comes by the pie or the slice at Good Pie. He serves his Grandma pizza with thin crusts, New York-style street slices, Brooklyn-style round pies, and Detroit-style squares, as well as gluten-free and vegan options.

Square Pizza with sausage at the Good Pie
The Good Pep Detroit style at the Good Pie
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Those Guys Pies

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Now the delicious flavors of The Pizzeria, the secret pizza spot at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, are available off-Strip. Chef Roy Bass is one of the partners of Those Guys Pies. Also in Henderson.

Those Guys Pies
Those Guys Pies
Those Guys Pies/Facebook

Double Zero Pie & Pub

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With joyously bubbly and crispy crust, cocktails on tap, and creamy tiramisu, Michael Vakneen is dishing his meticulously baked Tokyo-style Neapolitan pizzas inside his new Double Zero Pie & Pub. Try the Speck pizza layered with white sauce, speck, mozzarella, fig jam, and candied pecans, or the Diavola pie with red sauce and spicy sausage, is cut by the lightly blackened and slightly salty crust.

Three pizzas at Double Zero Pie &amp; Pub
Double Zero Pie & Pub.
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Pizza Cake By Buddy Valastro

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The only strip-side pizzeria on The Strip is open late late (4 a.m. Mon.-Wed. and 5 a.m. Thurs.-Sun.) and serves a variety of pizzas by the slice or by the pie including a late night Flaming Hot Pizza with buffalo chicken, buffalo ranch sauce, Flamin’ Hot Doritos and a dusting of Flamin’ Hot Cheeto dust. Guests can also people watch on the patio on the Strip while enjoying slices and $5 beers and seltzers.

One large pizza freckled with sliced jalapeños, balls of mozzarella cheese, pepperoni and sausage.
PizzaCake by Buddy Valastro

Amore Taste of Chicago

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This is one of the few Chicago-style pizzerias in Vegas, serving a thin crust that’s sheeted out and not stretched.

Amore Taste of Chicago
Amore Taste of Chicago
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Monzú Italian Oven + Bar

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Giovanni Mauro’s pizzas focus on pizza alla Pala, a Roman favorite made with yeast he developed in 2001 that uses apricots from a local farm and a mother starter from the island of Ischia. Mauro takes five days to ferment the dough that produces a delicate crust with air pockets. The square pizzas come in flavors such as Vegas Meets Italy with pistachios, dates, arugula, prosciutto, red and yellow cherry tomatoes, and a drizzle of date cream with scamorza cheese.

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Pizzeria Monzú
Pizzeria Monzú/Facebook

Giordano's

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Giordano's famous deep-dish pizza is one of the must-tries for any pizza lover with its layers, with a buttery crust as the foundation, toppings, and then cheese. At the Grand Bazaar Shops and Boca Park.

Amelinda B Lee

The Pizzeria

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Some people call this place Secret Pizza, but its real name is The Pizzeria. New York-style slices cause insane lines late at night at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

The Pizzeria
The Pizzeria
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Joe's New York Pizza

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Classic New York-style pizzas come at the hands of Joe’s. Options include stuffed pies loaded with meat or spaghetti and white pizzas. Order by the pie or by the slice. Three locations.

Joe’s New York Pizza
Joe’s New York Pizza
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Naked City Pizza

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Pizza aficionados love the Guinea Pie with white garlic sauce, baby spinach, mozzarella, and housemade meatballs and ricotta. Multiple locations.

A square pizza
Naked City Pizza
Naked City Pizza/Facebook

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana

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Settebello is the pioneer of true Neapolitan pizza in Las Vegas. The sauce is very simple — vine-ripened tomatoes milled. Diners tear the pizza apart instead of cutting it. Definitely a contender for best pizza in Vegas. Also at Village Square.

Settebello
Settebello
Settebello/Official Site

Metro Pizza

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Stop into any of Metro Pizza’s locations for Pizzaiolo John Arena’s New York pizza. Arena has won countless local and national awards and even taught a pizza-making class at UNLV. Sure, the expansive menu has pasta, salads, sandwiches and appetizers, like garlic and Romano cheese fries and minestrone soup — but you’re best served by ordering a pie or two. 

Heavenly Pies

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The Italian-born Luciano Pellegrini won Best Chef Southwest from the James Beard Foundation in 2004 while he was the executive chef at the Venetian’s Valentino, which closed in 2013. Now he has Heavenly Pies in Southern Highlands with pizzas such as a green pie with pesto, mozzarella, asparagus, rapini, spinach, zucchini, and roasted garlic or the namesake Heavenly with black truffle tomato, brie cheese, porcini mushrooms, roasted garlic, speck, and escarole. Order online.

Three uncooked pizzas
Heavenly Pies
Heavenly Pies/Facebook

Old School Pizzeria

North Las Vegas offers Giovanni Mauro’s Old School Pizzeria with Calabrese, a Regina Margherita, and the Pork Reigns with pulled braised pork, house-made sausage, apple-wood smoked bacon, ham, salami Calabrese, and guanciale. Go with the Hard Core Old School for a pizza with rapini, black Mediterranean olives, truffle salt cured egg yolks, and white anchovies.

A square pizza
Old School Pizzeria
Old School Pizzeria/Facebook

Northside Nathan's

At Northside Nathan’s, it’s hip to be square. This Detroit-style pizza shop twice-bakes its buttery square crusts.

<span data-author="-1">Northside&nbsp;Nathan’s </span>
Northside Nathan’s
Northside Nathan’s/Facebook

Pizza Rock

Thirteen-time pizza world champion Tony Gemignani brings with him six styles of pizza including Neapolitan, classic Italian, classic American, Sicilian, Roman, Grandma, plus gluten-free pies. Look for the big rig that serves as a deejay booth at this downtown joint. Also at Green Valley Ranch.

A pepperoni pizza
Detroit Rosa pizza at Pizza Rock
Pizza Rock [Official Site]

Pop Up Pizza

This pizza joint at the Plaza even has a vegan option. One option: Mike’s Hot Pepperoni, which starts with a homemade onion and garlic cream sauce and comes topped with freshly shredded cheese and pepperoni from Ezzo Sausage Company.

A selection of square pizzas at Pop Up Pizza
Pop Up Pizza
Pop Up Pizza

Evel Pie

Evel Pie on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas offers up pizza by the slice that’s just right for late night bar-hopping. Favorites at this Evel Knievel-themed eatery include the Barry White Pie topped with mozzarella, pecorino and ricotta and the Balls to the Wall with caramelized onions and housemade meatballs.

Evel Pie
Evel Pie
Amelinda B Lee

Dom DeMarco's Pizzeria & Bar

Dom DeMarco's is an outpost of Di Fara Pizza in Brooklyn, a step above the average pizzeria with a well-thought out menu. The most famous? The DiFara Special with Dom’s Sicilian sauce made with prosciutto simmer in San Marzano tomatoes, pepperoni, shredded mozzarella, house-made mozzarella, grana padano, and fresh basil.

A pizza on a patio
Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria
Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria/Facebook

Yukon Pizza

Yukon Pizza does perfectly charred, Neapolitan pies with creative toppings you don’t typically see on this style. Favorites include a gyro-themed pie with feta and tzatziki and an elote-topped version. Find Yukon’s pizza made with a 125-year-old starter at its new downtown location.

Good Pie

Brooklyn-style pizza from pizzaiolo Vincent Rotolo comes by the pie or the slice at Good Pie. He serves his Grandma pizza with thin crusts, New York-style street slices, Brooklyn-style round pies, and Detroit-style squares, as well as gluten-free and vegan options.

Square Pizza with sausage at the Good Pie
The Good Pep Detroit style at the Good Pie
Sam Abrams

Those Guys Pies

Now the delicious flavors of The Pizzeria, the secret pizza spot at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, are available off-Strip. Chef Roy Bass is one of the partners of Those Guys Pies. Also in Henderson.

Those Guys Pies
Those Guys Pies
Those Guys Pies/Facebook

Double Zero Pie & Pub

With joyously bubbly and crispy crust, cocktails on tap, and creamy tiramisu, Michael Vakneen is dishing his meticulously baked Tokyo-style Neapolitan pizzas inside his new Double Zero Pie & Pub. Try the Speck pizza layered with white sauce, speck, mozzarella, fig jam, and candied pecans, or the Diavola pie with red sauce and spicy sausage, is cut by the lightly blackened and slightly salty crust.

Three pizzas at Double Zero Pie &amp; Pub
Double Zero Pie & Pub.
Janna Karel

Pizza Cake By Buddy Valastro

The only strip-side pizzeria on The Strip is open late late (4 a.m. Mon.-Wed. and 5 a.m. Thurs.-Sun.) and serves a variety of pizzas by the slice or by the pie including a late night Flaming Hot Pizza with buffalo chicken, buffalo ranch sauce, Flamin’ Hot Doritos and a dusting of Flamin’ Hot Cheeto dust. Guests can also people watch on the patio on the Strip while enjoying slices and $5 beers and seltzers.

One large pizza freckled with sliced jalapeños, balls of mozzarella cheese, pepperoni and sausage.
PizzaCake by Buddy Valastro

Amore Taste of Chicago

This is one of the few Chicago-style pizzerias in Vegas, serving a thin crust that’s sheeted out and not stretched.

Amore Taste of Chicago
Amore Taste of Chicago
Amore Taste of Chicago/Official Site

Monzú Italian Oven + Bar

Giovanni Mauro’s pizzas focus on pizza alla Pala, a Roman favorite made with yeast he developed in 2001 that uses apricots from a local farm and a mother starter from the island of Ischia. Mauro takes five days to ferment the dough that produces a delicate crust with air pockets. The square pizzas come in flavors such as Vegas Meets Italy with pistachios, dates, arugula, prosciutto, red and yellow cherry tomatoes, and a drizzle of date cream with scamorza cheese.

Pizza
Pizzeria Monzú
Pizzeria Monzú/Facebook

Giordano's

Giordano's famous deep-dish pizza is one of the must-tries for any pizza lover with its layers, with a buttery crust as the foundation, toppings, and then cheese. At the Grand Bazaar Shops and Boca Park.

Amelinda B Lee

The Pizzeria

Some people call this place Secret Pizza, but its real name is The Pizzeria. New York-style slices cause insane lines late at night at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

The Pizzeria
The Pizzeria
Maria R./Yelp

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Joe's New York Pizza

Classic New York-style pizzas come at the hands of Joe’s. Options include stuffed pies loaded with meat or spaghetti and white pizzas. Order by the pie or by the slice. Three locations.

Joe’s New York Pizza
Joe’s New York Pizza
Joe’s New York Pizza/Facebook

Naked City Pizza

Pizza aficionados love the Guinea Pie with white garlic sauce, baby spinach, mozzarella, and housemade meatballs and ricotta. Multiple locations.

A square pizza
Naked City Pizza
Naked City Pizza/Facebook

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana

Settebello is the pioneer of true Neapolitan pizza in Las Vegas. The sauce is very simple — vine-ripened tomatoes milled. Diners tear the pizza apart instead of cutting it. Definitely a contender for best pizza in Vegas. Also at Village Square.

Settebello
Settebello
Settebello/Official Site

Metro Pizza

Stop into any of Metro Pizza’s locations for Pizzaiolo John Arena’s New York pizza. Arena has won countless local and national awards and even taught a pizza-making class at UNLV. Sure, the expansive menu has pasta, salads, sandwiches and appetizers, like garlic and Romano cheese fries and minestrone soup — but you’re best served by ordering a pie or two. 

Heavenly Pies

The Italian-born Luciano Pellegrini won Best Chef Southwest from the James Beard Foundation in 2004 while he was the executive chef at the Venetian’s Valentino, which closed in 2013. Now he has Heavenly Pies in Southern Highlands with pizzas such as a green pie with pesto, mozzarella, asparagus, rapini, spinach, zucchini, and roasted garlic or the namesake Heavenly with black truffle tomato, brie cheese, porcini mushrooms, roasted garlic, speck, and escarole. Order online.

Three uncooked pizzas
Heavenly Pies
Heavenly Pies/Facebook

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