When you need the very best pizza that Las Vegas has to offer, you will find plenty of gems on the Las Vegas strip, but you might need to venture just a tiny bit from the bright lights if you want to be blown away by a great pie.
Metro Pizza is just a few minutes from the strip, but what they do with their pizza and their passion for the craft of pizza making will make the diversion worth it. If you are in Downtown Las Vegas, try Evel Pie and not only will you get a great dive bar experience, you will also get a high-quality slice of pizza as well. Both of these spots deliver a quality product; however, if you want to stay on the strip, that is understandable. The pizza joints below will deliver a pretty good product.
The pizza should make you excited, but it's the small plates that will take you over the top at Five50 Pizza Bar. Shawn McClain of Sage brings his idea of pizza to Las Vegas and then tempts us with plenty of outstanding options to have along with our pie at this famous eatery inside Aria Las Vegas.
The pizza is a combination of VPN style (Verace Pizza Napoletana or "true Neapolitan pizza").and New York pizza combined with just a bit more crust, which is all baked at 550 degrees. Great ingredients contribute to pretty impressive flavors. The beer list is noteworthy and the bar area will tempt you to stick around longer. They also have a pizza counter that's open late to feed your late night cravings.
Slice of Vegas is doing a decent job of delivering a good pie to the table but I'm more impressed with the pasta. However, it is on this list because my children are sold on the pizza, my wife is sold on the salads and the beer list is impressive. Toss in a take-out counter and plenty of good desserts and you'll find yourself here having an affordable family meal.
It's cheap, it's in a nice hotel and it doesn't feel like you are going out of your way to spend less money. Instead, it is as if you are one of the cool kids who just happened to know where to go for a slice. Bring a date and you'll feel like the insider who knows Las Vegas better than the rest. If I'm you, I get it to go and head to the pool deck where you can lounge with a view of Las Vegas.
Grimaldi's Pizza at Palazzo Las Vegas
New York Style pizza lovers it's time to get excited about Brooklyn's own Grimaldi's. Two locations on the Las Vegas strip to make you feel like you just walked under the Brooklyn Bridge for a pie.
For the money, there is no better pizza in Las Vegas. It is the best cheap meal on the Las Vegas strip right now and it happens to be very good. You might find a better pizza but you will not find it at a better price. Simply speaking, some of the other pizzas on this list will taste better because they use better ingredients, however, the difference is not worth double the cost if you are on a tight food budget in Las Vegas. Now open at SLS Las Vegas
If you're looking for great pizza in Las Vegas that will also be affordable, Spago is your spot. Plus, it's in a great location for you to take a break and grab a bite to eat while you're exploring the nearby shops.
You'll be heading to La Cave because they have some decent flatbread but if you are having it on the patio with a few friends and some wine it is an alternative to some stuffy meal elsewhere on the property. The place is casual yet slightly upscale and it is open late. If you are gearing up for a night at XS or Tryst you'll find that La Cave will help in getting the party started.
This is simple pizza, it's a counter, it's fast and it's cheap. 2 slices and a beer for $10. Nothing fancy, no fancy ingredients, no guy at the door to greet you, just a quick cheap slice of pizza in Las Vegas. This is a cheap option if you are staying at the Treasure Island or if you are going to the pool. Grab some to go and you are good.