Tucked away inside the Plaza Hotel & Casino, Pop Up Pizza is serving up a bunch of speciality pies like The Newport, which comes with artichoke, ricotta, peppers, eggplant, and mushrooms drizzled with a garlic-infused olive oil. All of the dough is made via a three-day process, and the sauce is prepared fresh daily.
This brick-walled pizza joint, Pizza Rock, boasts an extensive menu of gourmet pies, speciality cocktails, plus a plethora of delicious desserts. There are four different kinds of ovens making a wide range of pizzas that include Sicilian, thin-crust Chicago, and New York/New Haven. The casual and hip venue also has arcade games and regular DJ sets.
Designed with dual 50-story spires, a 100,000 sq ft casino, and 3,000 rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, the Cosmopolitan attracts freshly legal drinkers and club kids looking to party. And because you're just plain sick of staying in rooms that don't have their own private jacuzzi, give one of their five Premium Suites a try...
Dom DeMarco's Pizzeria and Bar is west-of-the-Strip and offers authentic New York Italian pizza, with San Marzano tomatoes, Grana Padano cheeses, and other ingredients imported from Italy. Each pizza on the menu at this stylish restaurant can be ordered as a thin-crust round pie, or a thicker style roasted in a square pan.
With a dozen TVs (incl. an 8ft projection), an iPhone-controlled jukebox, and 50-plus beers from PBR to Big Sky Moose Drool, Slice revolves around NY-style 'za like a four-cheese number drizzled w/ white truffle oil, and perhaps the only pie more meat-filled than your mom's: a veal/beef/pork Bolognese joint topped with pepperoni, pancetta, sausage, bacon, mortadella, and capicola. Dude, remember that time we insinuated your mom has lots of sex?!