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Taking Pizza to the next level, from creative gourmet pizzas paired with specialty cocktails & an extensive imported beer and wine menu!
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Pizza to go. either you can sit infant of the place on the street and eat or take away your pizza with you.time saver when you are in a rush.
Twelve-time pizza world champion Tony Gemignani brings with him six styles of pizza including Neapolitan, classic Italian, classic American, Sicilian, Roman and gluten-free pies. Look for the big rig that serves as a deejay booth at this downtown joint.
Ask around for the best pizza in Vegas these days, and you’ll likely hear Pizza Rock come up more than any other answer. Award-winning pizza mastermind Tony Gemignani has invaded Las Vegas with a menu so diverse, it requires four different ovens to make it all. From a prosciutto & pear gourmet pie…
They have a great happy hour price on a few of their appetizer items. Really fun pizza choices and a a great spot off the Fremont Street Experience. Try it you will like it! I suggest the fried green beans and the meatballs! We also enjoy their quail egg pizza (it's spicy)!
“The oldest free standing dive bar in Nevada. Come enjoy craft beers, vintage decor or fresh air on the patio.”
“Walk around the corner from Commonwealth, look for the 9ft neon monkey hanging from the roof, and head down the alley and through a side entrance for a modern twist on traditional Mexican food. With more than 100 selections to choose from, there is more tequila than seats in the restaurant, making it the perfect spot to sip on a margarita while figuring out which of the three salsas goes best with your chips and savoring the puerco ahumado (smoked pork). ”
“Best brunch in Vegas. Head downtown to eat with the locals. Everything on the menu is solid, but order the cinnamon biscuits with strawberries is a must.”
“Head here for a refreshing break from all the see-and-be-seen glitz of The Strip. A long list of beers also provides a welcome reprieve from the cocktail-heavy drinking scene. On nice days, the rooftop is a great place to catch up with a group, surrounded by Las Vegas’s Downtown hipsters. If hops aren't your thing, the cocktails are simple and tend towards the classic, but delicious, and the wine list is almost as extensive as the beer one”