Tucked away inside the Plaza Hotel & Casino, Pop Up Pizza is serving up a bevy of speciality za's, like the The Newport, which's got artichoke, ricotta, peppers, eggplant, and mushrooms drizzled in a garlic-infused olive oil.
This brick-walled pizza joint touts themselves "THE destination pizzeria in Vegas", and they might not be wrong; its extensive menu of gourmet pies, speciality cocktails, plus a plethora of delicious desserts certainly has something for everyone. Arcade games and regular DJ sets add to the casual, hip vibe of the venue.
The Cosmopolitan features dual 50-story spires, a 100,000sqft casino, and ~3,000 rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows (including suites with Sub Zeros, a washer/dryer, and massive wraparound terraces). 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...
Having made NY's #1-rated pie for four decades, Dom is bringing his expertise (and, somewhat more surprisingly, New York's water) to Vegas, importing all of his non-aqua ingredients from Italy and making two styles of 'za: NY thin crust, and thick, cast-iron-cooked, square-cut Sicilian, with options including the Big Apple (pepperoni, sausage, meatball, ham), and the Di Fara, covered in handcut 'roni, fresh & aged mozz, Grana Padano, and basil.
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?!