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Where to Get your Pizza and Pasta Fix in Las Vegas

Last updated: October 14, 2020 at 2:23 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Where to Get your Pizza and Pasta Fix in Las Vegas.

Who’s ready to carb it up this month? Wondering where’s the best pasta and pizza restaurants in Vegas?

October is in autumn, so a lot of the food-related conversation falls pumpkin-spiced this or that. But did you know that October is doubly delicious, as it’s both National Pasta Month and National Pizza Month?

Las Vegas is home to many fabulous eateries serving these delicious Italian creations, so we’ve come up with this simple guide to some of our favorite spots for pizza and pasta in Las Vegas.

Get ready to slice and twirl some deliciousness into your life!

Best Pasta and Pizza Restaurants in Vegas

Martorano's spaghetti D.O.P - pasta and pizza restaurants in Vegas

Martorano’s spaghetti D.O.P. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Martorano’s has re-opened at Paris Las Vegas, just in time to celebrate all things pasta. Celebrity chef Steve Martorano’s imported macaroni menu, always prepared perfectly al dente, includes mouthwatering classics like the spicy Linguine Fra Diavolo and the savory, slow-simmered Rigatoni Sunday Pork Gravy. You can’t go wrong with spaghetti and one of Martorano’s famous meatballs, either.

PizzaCake by Buddy V. at Harrah's Las Vegas - pasta and pizza restaurants in Vegas

Pepperoni, vegetable and meatball pizzas – a slice of what’s available at PizzaCake by Buddy V. at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

PizzaCake at Harrah’s Las Vegas opened earlier this year as a fast-casual, East Coast-style pizza joint that also serves cake, all conceptualized by Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro. It even has the Strip’s only Cake ATM, so you can supplement a slice of ‘za with a slice of cake for dessert.

Pasta at Rao's Caesars Palace - pasta and pizza restaurants in Vegas

No penne, no gain. Pasta at Rao’s in Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Caesar’s Entertainment.

Rao’s at Caesars Palace is Vegas’ take on a New York City institution – luckily, there are more than 12 seats at this Rao’s. Enjoy Southern Italian fare crafted from imported ingredients and based on long-time family recipes, like Rao’s classic meatballs, beef lasagna and crab carbonara.

Pizza and beer at Flour & Barley - pasta and pizza restaurants in Vegas

Enjoy a delicious pizza with your beer at Flour & Barley. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza at The LINQ Promenade is perfect for a grab-and-go slice from the to-go window as you go for a stroll along The LINQ Promenade or the rest of the Strip. A selection of both red and white pies with numerous toppings are available and for gluten-free guests, it’s hard to beat the award-winning Caputo Cup pizza, made with Stone Delicious IPA.

Buca di Beppo at Bally’s Las Vegas is all about being over-the-top, with huge portions in a quirky setting that celebrates all things Italian. We recommend the spicy chicken rigatoni or baked rigatoni from the specialty pastas menu. Just expect the share – Buca di Beppo serves things family style!

Deep dish Chicago-style pizza lovers don’t need to be introduced to Giordano’s, one of the iconic pizzerias where tourists flock to in the Windy City. Vegas’ location serves the same selection of gooey, deep dish goodness, with a handful of vegetarian options, as well. You can also let your imagination run wild and build your own pie!

Giant pizza at Pin Up Pizza - pasta and pizza restaurants in Vegas

Look at the size of this pie at Pin-Up Pizza. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Fans of New York-style pizza will do well to check out Pin-Up Pizza at Planet Hollywood Resort. Known for its Rockabilly-styled servers and its giant pies, the slices here need to be folded in half to eat – but if you like NY style, you’re used to that already. The flown-in Neapolitan sourdough starter gives these pies an extra flavorful kick.


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Jorge has been writing in Las Vegas for about a decade, covering a mix of entertainment, nightlife and travel offerings for publications like Best of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Louisville Voice-Tribune. In his spare time, he's traveling, at pub trivia or not playing his stack of video games.

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