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Heads up on a "No Name" Pizza place at the Cosmopolitan Hotel

Any Hound tried the Pizza at this place?
It is located on the 2nd Floor just across from the pool table, very small and very hidden.

The place does not have any signage, not even a menu. The pizzas are laid out on the counter and heated up after you order.

I had the pepperoni/sausage and the veggie pizza. Both were very, very good thin crusts. I am certainly no pizza expert but would certainly return for this when I am in town. My whole family loved it, too.
They open at 11am and stay open very, very late.

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  1. We had tasty pizza there last week after checking into the Cosmopolitan at 10:00 pm. We tried both the pepperoni and four cheese. We loved the crust - thin and very crispy. Our only complaint was that after going strong for 20 hours that day, we would have loved to sit down and eat. There were only 5 bar stools for seating, so we ended up standing at a counter.

    1. I enjoyed a meatball and onion pizza. It is good for what it is, but certainly not the best in town. A little greasy due to the cheap cheese but still better than most that the town has to offer.

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      1. re: A5 KOBE

        love the pizza here, there are chairs and couches just outside the hallway that we sat at the one night after a night in heels dancing.

        I really enjoyed the white pizza and the vegetarian. I did find it greasy though (actually dripping off the white). a few extra dabbing napkins helped a lot.

        1. re: cleopatra999

          "Greasy", I just remember my wife dab the pizza with table napkin to lessen the oil. As for me, I didn't care at all. Still loved it.

      2. Great place, been there several times. Plus they have (1) PBR on tap; and (2) an early-90's vintage Galaga video game machine!

        1. We are originally New Yorkers, so we feel like we've had access to good pizza
          This is the best pizza we can remember ever eating. We had them reheat slices that were already made of the white pizza with dots of tomato. The toppings were great but incidental to the crust, which just crackles when you bite into it.

          Not so fun eating standing up, but will go back at least once every time we're in Vegas to have this remarkable dinner for about $5.00

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          1. re: bucksgirl

            Haha, I think I may have to check this place out in November. I think it's kind of funny that Cosmopolitan would have a little spot like this and not even advertise it. They've got like over 300 reviews on Yelp and will probably not be a secret for very long and may end up being a destination type place. Some people say that it's up there as some of the best thin crust pizza in Vegas.

            1. re: bucksgirl

              For seating, I saw quite a number of people taking their pizza to go and eating in the lounge areas near the pool table.

            2. Going to Vegas next week and this is good to know...drinks at Chandelier, so some tasty pizza will be a good call to sop up some of those cocktails!

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              1. re: Beach Chick

                Do the middle of The Chandelier and sit at the bar proper, it's where they do all the really fun stuff. Vesper (Cosmopolitan's lobby bar) also rocks. The bartenders there are very knowledgeable, and mix up one mean Ramos Gin Fizz.

                1. re: JK Grence the Cosmic Jester

                  Thanks JK for the advice..will do and will have my party hat on!
                  ; )

                  1. re: Beach Chick

                    Oh, forgot to mention, the middle of The Chandelier is a little tricky to find... you have to take stairs from the top or bottom of The Chandelier, or floor 1.5 on the elevator next to The Chandelier.