From Downtown to Henderson to the West Side, Las Vegas has a broad range of amazing pizza places not found on the Strip. 

It doesn’t matter if you’re craving Sicilian, deep dish, thin crust, or Detroit-style pizza; Vegas has it all. 

Whether you prefer a casual sit-down meal with a wood-fired pizza or simply want to grab a quick slice, you have plenty of incredible options.

Keep reading to learn about the 20 best pizza places in Las Vegas off the Strip, what makes them unique, and what they do best.  

The 20 Best Pizza Restaurants off the Strip in Las Vegas 

The following 20 establishments offer the best pizza in Las Vegas off the Strip. Make sure to try as many as possible. 

Monzu Italian Oven + Bar

W Flamingo Rd

A screenshot of menu highlights from Monzu Italian Oven + Bar in Las Vegas.

Premium quality ingredients and a mother starter rumored to be more than 300 years old make Monzu Italian Oven + Bar’s pizza a true culinary delight. 

Their focus on regional and seasonal ingredients, paired with exemplary attention to detail, shines through in the pizza and gives it an upscale edge. 

Monzu has a delightful Italian menu with lots of classic pasta dishes, antipasti, and more. 

However, their pizza truly stands out. For example, the Apricot with jam, goat cheese, pine nuts, and arugula blends a mix of unique flavors to bring you something unexpected and fresh.  

Must Try Pizza: Apricot

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana

W Sahara

A screenshot of menu highlights from Settebello Pizzeria in Las Vegas.

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana has a sophisticated yet casual vibe, perfect for a traditional pizza and a cocktail or beer. 

Their Napoletano Pizzaiolo, Maurizio Di Cicco, was born and raised in Napoli. His wealth of experience and traditional knowledge ensures unmatched expertise in making superior pies. 

The handmade pizzas here are fired in a wood-burning oven, leading to robust flavor and perfectly cooked crust. 

From spicy to savory to sweet, their topping combinations come together to form unique, delectable pizzas. 

The self-named house favorite pizza, Settebello, comes with crushed tomatoes, house-made sausage, mushrooms, pancetta, pine nuts, basil, and olio.

Settebello has a second location on Green Valley Pkwy. 

Must Try Pizza: Settebello

Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria & Bar

W Charleston Blvd

A screenshot of menu highlights from Dom DeMarco's Pizzeria & Bar in Las Vegas.

A partnership with the iconic Di Fara Pizza in Brooklyn, Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria & Bar brings decades of praise from peers and patrons to Las Vegas. 

The highly awarded pizza here is made from scratch with love and discipline, just like in New York. 

Dom DeMarco’s menu uses family recipes to embody an authentic Italian experience. Offerings include Sicilian Neoplitan and New York-style pizza, plus delectable pasta dishes. 

They also have a full bar, an expansive patio, and fantastic happy hour specials.    

Must Try Pizza: Di Fara Special

Nevada Brew Works

Arts District

A screenshot of menu highlights from Nevada Brew Works in Las Vegas.

Nevada Brew Works offers impressive brick oven pizza, burgers, beer, cocktails, and more in a casual brewery setting. 

They have a lively taproom and a large beer garden area perfect for enjoying time with friends and family. 

Thanks to premium ingredients, the brick oven pizzas here are mostly simple and entirely delicious. 

However, a few spice things up a bit, like the favored Windy City with Italian beef and hot giardiniera. The Classic Margherita and Big Pepperoni are also very popular. 

All of the pizzas pair excellently with Nevada Brew Works’ award-winning beer selection. 

Must Try Pizza: Windy City Pizza

Good Pie

S Main St

A screenshot of menu highlights from Good Pie in Las Vegas.

Another award-winning spot, Good Pie, makes authentic Brooklyn, Sicilian, Grandma, and Detroit-style pizzas that leave you wanting more. 

Their secret to mouth-watering results is using flour and tomatoes imported from Italy and top-quality ingredients throughout. 

With all their choices for a crust, it may be hard to pick just one but rest assured, whatever you select will be amazing. 

From premium meat combinations to white pies to unique fried then baked combinations, you can’t go wrong. Their menu also includes various tasty stromboli plates that fans love. 

Must Try Pizza: Fried Pizza with Burrata

Heavenly Pies

Southern Highlands Pkwy

A screenshot of menu highlights from Heavenly Pies in Las Vegas.

With James Beard Award Winning Chef Luciano Pellegrini’s expertise, Heavenly Pies brings amazing pizza to the Southern Highlands of Las Vegas. 

This authentic Italian trattoria has an impressive menu of notable Italian favorites for every preference, but the pizza is the true star. 

They also have outstanding lunch and happy hour specials that allow you to get a good taste of the menu at discount prices.   

One of the most notable pizzas here is the self-named Heavenly Pizza. It features truffle, tomato, brie, mozzarella, porcini mushrooms, roasted garlic, speck, and escarole. 

The combination of greens, savory flavors, and delectable Italian meat makes for an unforgettable pizza you won’t find anywhere else. 

Must Try Pizza: Heavenly Pizza 

Amore Taste of Chicago

S. Durango Dr.

A screenshot of menu highlights from Amore Taste of Chicago in Las Vegas.

As you may have guessed by the name, Amore Taste of Chicago serves authentic Chicago-style pizza, and it’s almost as good as being in the Windy City. They also prepare a variety of Italian cuisine and ribs. 

In addition to their mouth-watering Chicago-style pies, you’ll find the option for thin crust, double dough, or stuffed pizzas on the menu. 

While they are all delicious, I recommend sticking to the classic deep dish. Just remember, it takes a bit of extra time to cook.  

A second location can be found in Henderson on Sunset Rd. 

Must Try Pizza: Bacon Cheeseburger 

Northside Nathan’s

W. Lake Mead Blvd

A screenshot of menu highlights from Northside Nathan's in Las Vegas.

If you love deep dish pizza with a super crispy crust, Northside Nathan’s will not disappoint. 

They are known for their gooey, cheesy, old-fashioned Detroit-style pizza, but if you prefer a thinner crust, they also offer traditional round pies. 

Northside Nathan’s menu features a range of traditional and eclectic pizzas with worldly flavors like the Greektown and Tex Mex Style. 

I recommend the Tri-Quad Sampler because it allows you to divide your pizza into three or four different topping sections. The menu also includes appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and pasta. 

Must Try Pizza: Tri-Quad Sampler

Pizza Rock

Downtown Grand

A screenshot of menu highlights from Pizza Rock in Las Vegas.

Gourmet Italian and American-style pizzas await at Pizza Rock. No matter what kind of pizza you prefer, they’ve got it. 

With New York, Detroit, Napoletana-style crust, and more, you can pick your absolute favorite type, and so can the rest of your party. 

Their artisan pizza menu features several award-winning recipes like the Cal Italia with sweet fig, various cheeses, prosciutto, and balsamic reduction. 

Pizza Rock at Downtown Grand offers a full-service bar and has nightlife energy, perfect for grabbing a drink. They also have locations in Green Valley Ranch and Allegiant Stadium. 

Must Try Pizza: Cal Italia

Evel Pie

Fremont St – Downtown

A screenshot of menu highlights from Evel Pie in Las Vegas.

Quirky and vibrant, Evel Pie has top-notch pizza and a lively vibe to match. Honoring the spirit of Evel Knievel, their motto is Live Hard, Ride Fast, Eat Pizza. 

Whether you’re looking for the perfect slice or a boisterous venue near the Fremont Experience to grab a drink, this unique spot provides. 

Evel Pie makes its own tomato and BBQ sauces and slathers them on tasty thin crust slices of pizza with inventive and traditional toppings, like their homemade meatballs. 

They even have a full vegan menu that everyone can enjoy. 

Must Try Pizza: Balls to the Wall

Naked City Pizza

Paradise Rd

A screenshot of menu highlights from Naked City Pizza in Las Vegas.

Naked City Pizza has a reputation amongst locals for being a hidden gem. That is, of course, until it was featured on Food Network’s Diners Drive Ins and Dives twice. 

Even with all the good press, it remains an unassuming, hassle-free place to grab an incredible pizza. 

The most famous pizza at Naked City is the Guinea pie. It has spinach, grandma’s meatballs, ricotta, and mozzarella layered on top of a savory white garlic sauce. 

In addition to pizza, the fries at this spot are a must-try menu item. I recommend the Buffalo Chicken Fries or the Helen Yee Pizza, which comes with fries on top. 

Naked City Pizza has a second location on Blue Diamond Rd.

Must Try Pizza: Guinea Pie

Metro Pizza

Tropicana Ave

A screenshot of menu highlights from Metro Pizza in Las Vegas.

The product of three generations of experience, Metro Pizza has a long-standing reputation for serving expertly crafted pizza. 

Their pies are made with the finest ingredients, including vine-ripened tomatoes, choice meats, and select cheeses. Then, they are baked on a stone in a hearth oven, creating a perfectly crispy, evenly-cooked crust.

Most of Metro Pizza’s pies are made with thin crust, and many come with extra thick slices of mozzarella. If you love a cheesy, doughy pizza, order The Metro Pizza. It has a thick crust and extra cheese, yum!

Metro Pizza has four locations in the Las Vegas area. 

Must Try Pizza: The Memphis

Pop Up Pizza

Plaza – Downtown

A screenshot of menu highlights from Pop Up Pizza in Las Vegas.

Located in the Plaza Hotel Downtown, Pop Up Pizza takes a modern approach to the traditional New York-style pizzeria. 

It offers slices and pies made with scratch recipes, fresh ingredients, homemade sauce, and a secret dough recipe. The attention to detail results in delicious thin-crust pizza at its finest. 

If you like spicy foods, you have to try Mike’s Hot Pepperoni pizza. It has fresh onion cream sauce, mozzarella, pickled jalapenos, cup and char pepperoni, and a drizzle of Mike’s Sweet & Spicy Honey. 

Must Try Pizza: Mike’s Hot Pepperoni

Yukon Pizza

E Charleston Blvd

A screenshot of menu highlights from Yukon Pizza in Las Vegas.

Making pizza from 125-year-old heirloom sourdough, Yukon Pizza allows you to “taste a slice of history.” 

Passed down for five generations, their sourdough is tangy, light, and perfect for making pizza crust, hence their place on our best-of list. 

Yukon Pizza’s wood-fired Neapolitan-style pies come with lots of cheese and premium toppings, both conventional and unconventional. 

Garlic lovers will drool over their garlic confit, which is found on several of their pizzas. They can make any of their pizzas vegan upon request and also prepare several yummy sandwiches and unbelievable wings. 

Must Try Pizza: Sausage and Kale 

Those Guys Pies

Lake East Dr

A screenshot of menu highlights from Those Guys Pies in Las Vegas.

Featured on Food Network, Those Guys Pies has a strong reputation that draws both tourists and locals through their doors. 

They make incredible East Coast-style hand-tossed pizza, plus juicy chicken tenders, wings, smothered fries, fantastic cheesesteaks, and more.

The BBQ Maui Wowie pizza is a fan favorite. It comes with cilantro, pulled pork, bacon, pineapple, jalapenos, and BBQ sauce. 

Or if you’re interested in their cheesesteaks but still want pizza, try the Cheesesteak Pizza for the best of both worlds.

In addition to the central Las Vegas location, Those Guys Pies has two other locations in the Las Vegas area. 

Must Try Pizza: BBQ Maui Wowie

Joe’s New York Pizza

Paradise Rd

A screenshot of menu highlights from Joe's New York Pizza in Las Vegas.

Three-time International Award Winner, Joe’s New York Pizza serves pies and more made from the freshest ingredients. 

They prepare their pizzas with red sauce and dough made on-site daily and use a secret sauce recipe that leads to exceptional flavor. 

Open until 6 AM on the weekends; they can extinguish your cravings day and night.

While Joe’s had several award-winning topping combinations, the Grandee Pepperoni is a fan favorite. It comes with gourmet Italian pepperoni, deep-fried pepperoni chips, red pepper, and rich gorgonzola cheese. 

The Spanish Chorizo and White Truffle Mushroom pizzas are also out-of-this-world when it comes to bold flavor and cheesy goodness. 

Joe’s has additional locations on S Las Vegas Blvd and S Eastern Ave.

Must Try Pizza: Grandee Pepperoni

Marsigliano’s Pizzeria & More

W Sahara Ave

A screenshot of menu highlights from Marsigliano's Pizzeria & More in Las Vegas.

If you’re looking for a no-frills pizza joint with top-notch quality and a bit of variety, Marsigliano’s Pizzeria & More is just the place. 

Aside from memorable, authentic pizza, this hole-in-the-wall serves amazing al dente pasta dishes, calzones, hot and cold sandwiches, and cannoli, so make sure to bring your appetite. 

Marsigliano’s makes their pizzas with fresh hand-tossed dough and premium ingredients, including locally sourced fresh components and gourmet imported Italian cheeses, toppings, and sauces. 

Once assembled, their pies are cooked in a wood-fired oven to ensure authentic Italian flavors and perfect texture throughout. 

Mama’s Margherita pizza is truly incredible, but if you’re in the mood for something more adventurous, try the Buffalo Chicken Pizza.

Must Try Pizza: Mama’s Margherita

Lucino’s Pizza

E Tropicana

A screenshot of menu highlights from Lucino's Pizza in Las Vegas.

Lucino’s Pizza is a casual family-owned spot that serves amazing thin crust and Sicilian pizza with a touch of Philly flair. 

While they make whole pies, many people come in for slices, perfect for trying multiple topping combinations. And when you buy two slices, you get a soft drink for free. 

The menu at Lucino’s features several classic pizzas and a range of less traditional options, like Chicken Parm and Popeye’s Pizza with spinach, Italian sausage, garlic, and tomatoes. 

They also have a variety of vegan cheese and vegan meat toppings perfect for plant-based diets. 

Considering Lucino’s Philly roots, I recommend the Philly Cheesesteak Pizza with chopped steak, fried onion and peppers, and of course, cheese whiz.

Must Try Pizza:  Philly Cheesesteak

Broadway Pizzeria

S Rancho Dr

A screenshot of menu highlights from Broadway Pizzeria in Las Vegas.

Serving Las Vegas for more than 20 years, Broadway Pizzeria is a local favorite. It is a perfect place to grab a slice for takeout, but they also have a few tables for dining in. 

Their thin and Sicilian-style crust pizzas, sandwiches, wings, tenders, and more make for a perfect casual meal with friends or family. 

To enhance flavor, all Broadway Pizzeria’s pies are made with 100% real cheese, fresh ingredients, and freshly made dough. 

The menu includes all the regular toppings plus a few premium ingredients like ricotta and sauteed broccoli. 

They also make amazing Pizza Rolls in several fun flavors, two different kinds of white pizza, and gluten-free crust.   

Must Try Pizza: Broadway Special 

Izzy’s Pizza Bus


A screenshot of menu highlights from Izzy's Pizza Bus in Las Vegas.

Recently featured on Diners Drive-Ins and Dives, Izzy’s Pizza food truck has all the fixings of an incredible Detroit-style pizza place. 

They may lack a brick-and-mortar location, but their converted bus has lots of charm, so you’ll still want to seek out their amazing pie wherever they happen to be for the day.  

Izzy’s Detroit-style pizzas are prepared with crispy, light crust piled with premium toppings and amazing sauce to create a blend of crunchy and smooth textures. 

The Red Harvest Pizza is a house favorite. It comes with a mix of mozzarella, parmesan, and brick cheese, cup-n-char pepperoni, garlic ricotta, and a touch of Mike’s Hot Honey. 

Must Try Pizza: Red Harvest