Bad pizza, bad customer service. Lady on the phone asked me twice what kind of sauce I wanted. I specified but also asked why they don't just put it on top. Brought home pizza with no sauce at all. Called them, sat on hold, got hung up on. Called them again, sat on hold for a LONG time and was offered to drive back there to get sauce. This is a mix of bad business practice with bad customer service as a follow up. Apply crucial ingredients directly to the food product, not on the side.
Best pizza. Best pizza in town and you can have a pitcher of beer which enjoying it. Also great sandwiches, salads and pasta on the menu.
Best Pizza in Town. If your looking for great tasting pizza at affordable prices then Metro Pizza is for you! I have been eating there for about 15 years now and nothing has changed. Their stuffed pizzas are what I recomend the meat sauce tastes just like homemade
Great diversion from the stip!. Sooner or later you'll be looking for some regular place to take the family out when in Vegas. Metro is an outstanding choice. It is a few miles off the stip down Tropicana and you feel like you've left sin city and you are in a nice family restaurant. The pizza is outstanding as is the service. They also have more tables than any pizzaria that I've ever been to. They've been doing it for years. Look out for long lines on weekends though. The secret is out now!
HAIR UNDER THE CHEESE. THE SERVICE WAS GOOD, THE PIZZA I THOUGHT WAS TOO GREASY. MY DAUGHTER FOUND A HAIR UNDER THE CHEESE, SHE TOLD THE MANAGER WHO CALLED THE WAITRESS, THEY LOOKED AT THE SLICE AND TOOK IT AWAY WITHOUT SAYING ANYTHING, NO APOLOGIES OR NOTHING. WE WERE NOT LOOKING FOR ANYTHING FREE, BUT AN APOLOGY WOULD HAVE BEEN IN ORDER. THERE WERE 9 PEOPLE IN OUR PARTY CELEBRATING TWO OF OUR KIDS GRADUATION.
This diner is home to some of the most delicious deep dish pies in Vegas..
Long a local favorite, the decor at this eatery gives a feeling of living inside a comic strip. The multi-level floor plan helps make every booth feel private, and the life-size martini glasses in the bar add to the generally hallucinogenic atmosphere. The menu features old-style Chicago pizzas, low-calorie spa pizzas, huge stuffed calzones and specialty pizzas like barbecue chicken and pizza Florentine. Metro also serves one of the coldest, crispest house salads around.
Sometimes Great, Sometimes So-So. I so want to recommend this place to friends because when it is godd it is awsome, but I can't because the Pizza varies so much from awsome to (once in a while) almost awful. It is hard to believe that one kitchen could vary THIS much from week to week. I DO agree with the poster who said DO NOT DO TAKE OUT PIZZA HERE...Their Take out Pizza has ALWAYS been below par for us (around 9 times before we gave up on their take out Pizza although we still go for dine in occasionally since we can easily ask for a do over).
Metro is a MUST DO when I am in Vegas!. Metro's other food may be great, but I'll never know. The first time I went there, I ordered a Stockyard (stuffed meat pizza). I subscribe to the theory that if it belongs in a salad bar, it doesn't belong on my pizza. The Stockyard is the best pizza I had ever eaten! Now, whenever I am in Vegas, Metro is a MUST DO!
Never order take-out!. We love Metro pizza's food but after innumerable times of ordering food and having it done worng we finally gave up. Go elsewhere for good pizza done right!
Great Pizza. I've been visiting Las Vegas on a regular basis from the midwest for the last 8 yrs and looked for good pizza. Metro on E. Tropicana Ave has it. It may seem pricey to some, but you get more food for your dollar than you will on the Vegas Strip. If they made a mistake with our order, they quickly corrected it and made it right by us. When I'm in Vegas, I make sure to stop at least once to get some pizza, it is definetly worth it.
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