Verrazano Pizza

★★★★☆
  • 2381 E Windmill Ln Ste 20

    Las Vegas, NV 89123

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  • 702-837-0606

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I strongly disagree with John M. This place is extremely consistent the dozens of times I have been there. Their pizza is the closest I've gotten to a NY-style family run pizzeria. I can't speak for any of the other dishes as I've only had the pizza but from what I hear, everything is great. I highly recommend this place!

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★★★★★

I strongly disagree with John M. This place is extremely consistent the dozens of times I have been there. Their pizza is the closest I've gotten to a NY-style family run pizzeria. I can't speak for any of the other dishes as I've only had the pizza but from what I hear, everything is great. I highly recommend this place!

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We've ordered pizzas from everyone in the neighborhood and this one is the best. My boyfriend always orders the peperoni and meatball with extra sauce. It is a darn good pizza.
The customer service leaves a little to be desired, but I'm not ordering from them to be sweet talked.
The person who wrote the above review is clearly from the competition--I don't buy it.

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★★★★☆

We've ordered pizzas from everyone in the neighborhood and this one is the best. My boyfriend always orders the peperoni and meatball with extra sauce. It is a darn good pizza.
The customer service leaves a little to be desired, but I'm not ordering from them to be sweet talked.
The person who wrote the above review is clearly from the competition--I don't buy it.

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Yes, I am a New Yorker. But this doesn't mean much, because not all pizza in New York is equal to that of, say, Lombardi's, John's, Carmine's, or Tontonno's. There are parts of the state that make wretched pies with too much sauce, too much cheese, and tasteless pillowy dough. And that's what I got tonight from this branch of Verrazano Pizza. It was tasteless. The dough was pillowy, meaning several things: oven wasn't hot enough, they used too much dough, or it wasn't cooked long enough. There was also way too much cheese. These are the hallmarks of Midwestern Pizza, and the stuff served upstate that is nothing like the heavenly pies of New York City. The last time I ordered from this branch, I had it delivered. When it arrived, it was inedible. It had burned along the way in the car. It was also quite greasy. This is too bad. The Verrazano Pizza on Rainbow and Westcliff is far more promising, though not without its quirks (like a meth-addled moron working in the kitchen). And what about the wings? They were fine, except that wings are served with Bleu Cheese and not Ranch (I'm married to a native of Buffalo). So, just because someone posts lots and lots of photos of New York and Manhattan in thier shop doesn't mean they serve authentic New York pies. For that, you have to go to New York, where the ovens are ridiculously hot, the dough is blackened and cracks when you squeeze it, and the toppings are perfectly balanced. Unfortunately, Verrazano's doesn't quite get this right. But, to be fair, it is better than most of the pizzerias in Las Vegas, and far better than the conveyor belt pizzas of the chains. If I were in New York, Philly, or even Chicago I'd never recommend this place. But in Vegas? Sure, why not. But remember folks, this isn't what real NYC pizza tastes like. Or maybe they'll prove me wrong, and the next pie I get from there will be perfect. I hope so. College football season is coming up, and I'll need my Saturday afternoon pie.

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★★★☆☆

Yes, I am a New Yorker. But this doesn't mean much, because not all pizza in New York is equal to that of, say, Lombardi's, John's, Carmine's, or Tontonno's. There are parts of the state that make wretched pies with too much sauce, too much cheese, and tasteless pillowy dough. And that's what I got tonight from this branch of Verrazano Pizza. It was tasteless. The dough was pillowy, meaning several things: oven wasn't hot enough, they used too much dough, or it wasn't cooked long enough. There was also way too much cheese. These are the hallmarks of Midwestern Pizza, and the stuff served upstate that is nothing like the heavenly pies of New York City. The last time I ordered from this branch, I had it delivered. When it arrived, it was inedible. It had burned along the way in the car. It was also quite greasy. This is too bad. The Verrazano Pizza on Rainbow and Westcliff is far more promising, though not without its quirks (like a meth-addled moron working in the kitchen). And what about the wings? They were fine, except that wings are served with Bleu Cheese and not Ranch (I'm married to a native of Buffalo). So, just because someone posts lots and lots of photos of New York and Manhattan in thier shop doesn't mean they serve authentic New York pies. For that, you have to go to New York, where the ovens are ridiculously hot, the dough is blackened and cracks when you squeeze it, and the toppings are perfectly balanced. Unfortunately, Verrazano's doesn't quite get this right. But, to be fair, it is better than most of the pizzerias in Las Vegas, and far better than the conveyor belt pizzas of the chains. If I were in New York, Philly, or even Chicago I'd never recommend this place. But in Vegas? Sure, why not. But remember folks, this isn't what real NYC pizza tastes like. Or maybe they'll prove me wrong, and the next pie I get from there will be perfect. I hope so. College football season is coming up, and I'll need my Saturday afternoon pie.

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In a city filled with crappy pizza joints, this is among the crappiest. Lured in by what must have been a cleverly hidden "good pizza" scented air freshener, I ordered a sausage and olive with double cheese. It came out of the oven (about two weeks later) with no sauce and standing pools of water (presumably from the long-frozen cheese) on its surface. All ingredients were equally poor- on a crust that tasted like bleached wood. I walked out knowing I had just truncated my existence by several weeks.

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★☆☆☆☆

In a city filled with crappy pizza joints, this is among the crappiest. Lured in by what must have been a cleverly hidden "good pizza" scented air freshener, I ordered a sausage and olive with double cheese. It came out of the oven (about two weeks later) with no sauce and standing pools of water (presumably from the long-frozen cheese) on its surface. All ingredients were equally poor- on a crust that tasted like bleached wood. I walked out knowing I had just truncated my existence by several weeks.

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They have great pizza and chicken wings here. Much better than some of the chain restaurants that don't always use the quality ingredients like Verrazano does. I think this is a family run business and they know how to treat their customers. They are fast and effecient and their prices are very reasonable. I also like that they do home delivery in my area.

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★★★★☆

They have great pizza and chicken wings here. Much better than some of the chain restaurants that don't always use the quality ingredients like Verrazano does. I think this is a family run business and they know how to treat their customers. They are fast and effecient and their prices are very reasonable. I also like that they do home delivery in my area.

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Being from the great state of New York; when moving to Las Vegas I neede to find a pizza place that served pizza that I tound to be most like the pizza from home. The crust is not thick and doughy, the amount of sauce and cheese is perfect. The prices are about what you would find at a chain pizza place. They also have "special" pizzas made with their own combinations of ingredients. The only negative I have to say is that they need to widen their delivery area. We live outside it; so when we want pizza we have to dine-in or pick it up.

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★★★★★

Being from the great state of New York; when moving to Las Vegas I neede to find a pizza place that served pizza that I tound to be most like the pizza from home. The crust is not thick and doughy, the amount of sauce and cheese is perfect. The prices are about what you would find at a chain pizza place. They also have "special" pizzas made with their own combinations of ingredients. The only negative I have to say is that they need to widen their delivery area. We live outside it; so when we want pizza we have to dine-in or pick it up.

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