Just had my favorite pizza in Vegas. NY Pizza on Jones & Sahara is like a small slice of NYC in Vegas. Now if I could only get this stuff on Barrow Island, life would be good.
Awesome pizza!. I called New York Pizza and Pasta to inquire about delivery to my hotel but it was too far away for them to travel. I did not feel like driving but after reading previous rave reviews, I had to try their pizza. Well, it was worth the drive and more! I ordered a thin crust NY style pizza with spinach and tomatoes. They used fresh tomatoes and the spinach was delicious. It is one of the best pizza I've had in a long time. I travel a lot and trust me, if your craving delicious pizza, this is your place!!
The best Pizza place in Las Vegas!!!.
I went into NY Pizza and Pasta on a quest for a GOOD Meatball Sub or hoagie. In CT we call them grinders. I moved here in November and ever since I have tried in vain to find a good meatball sub. I walked into Ny Pizza and Pasta and told Roseanne the waitress I am on a mission to find a good meatball sub. She told me I found the place. She also said "You will be back". She was definitely right. I have gone back several times now. I tried the meatball sub, the eggplant parmesan sub, the sausage, pepper and onions sub and my husband and I have also gone into the dining area and ordered spaghetti and meatballs and a side of garlic knots! Everything was just perfect. The ranch dressing was delicious on the salad, The meatballs were very tasty. They have the best sauce I have ever had eating out. They are really nice people who go way out of the way to please you. If you are looking for really good food don't look any further. I know you will definitely want to go back over and over again.
The waiter comped my husband and I a couple pieces of pizza to try. It was the best thin pizza ever. I can't wait to try their sicilian pizza. I highly recommend NY PIZZA AND PASTA! They are the BEST!!!! Mary Mills
Finally somebody got it right.. I would personally like to thank the owners of New York Pizza and Pasta for finally providing Las Vegas with some real New York Pizza. The Pizza was on the money, the service was exceptional, and finally the first place i've seen in a long while that has an Italian guy making pizza(and not one of those other guys if you know what im saying). If you are accustomed to eating the spam that Las Vegas people call pizza, then once you lay the tip of a nice slice of pizza from this place on your tongue, instantly your taste buds will be beaten into submission by the reigning heavyweight champ of deliciousness. So if your thinking of eating at some other joint that calls themselves a New York pizza place, think again and give this place a shot.
fugit about it. you tried the rest now try the best 11 yrs in vegas this is it im home (long island,queens ny) aas soon as i walk thru the door.
Little small town feel.... All I can say is YUMMMMMYYYY!!!! The price is a little high but my take out order was ready just when they said it would be. The employees were polite and you can tell they like where they work. I will definitely dine in next time to take full advantage of what the restaurant has to offer. If you are visiting from out of town I would go off the beaten path of the LV BLVD and try them out.
Authentic and Delicious!. As everyone else has pointed out, this is the real deal and the best I have had in Las Vegas (on one 3-day trip I sampled 7 different pizza joints). The pizza is super-thin and foldable with the perfect applications of sauce and cheese. Not too greasy, but not too dry either. The crust has a subtle flavor that doesn't rely too much on sugar or salt. Service can be a little slow at times, but it is always friendly. Totally worth the drive from the strip.
awesome atmosphere, great service. We were totally treated like family. It was so much fun. This is the place to take lots of friends to and enjoy an evening together. We will return soon. It was fairly inexpensive and we needed a box when we got done. The food was excellent and authentic.
Editorial Review by Ctiysearch Editors. Family-owned restaurant offers authentic New York-style pizza (with thin crusts) in the middle of the desert.
My First NY pie.
Never had a NY pie before so can't compare it to a parlor in NY, but if this is what NY style pizza is, then I highly recommend it! Coming from Chicago I'm used to the thicker crust, but I've fallen in love with their thinner crust pie!
The service is great. The chefs always say hello and have introduced themselves making one feel very welcome. The whole family-run atmosphere is a soon to be lost part of America, but it's alive and well here at NY Pizza & Pasta.
FYI it was recommended to me by an authentic New Yorker who claimed they had the best pie- And he was right. Bravo.
Have but one complaint, their tiramasu was attrocious. But what does that matter when you're coming for the pie? :)
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