Mama DePalma is far from a fictional figurehead. She was a real person, and one who loved to entertain while feeding hungry friends with her authentic Italian food. Today her grandchildren's eatery, Mama DePalma's Pizza and Bistro, honors her legacy. In its cozy confines, guests feast on pizzas topped topped with chicken and alfredo sauce, or piled high with eggplant, peppers, and artichoke hearts. Other Italian eats range from strombolis and subs to hearty pasta dinners.
The skilled chefs at Demarco's Italian Restaurant blend old-world and new-world Italian cuisine to create decadent pastas and brick-oven pizzas. Diners stretch gooey mozzarella long enough to play cat's cradle with it after biting into a small New York–style pizza ($6.95+), artfully smattered with toppings such as fresh tomatoes, artichokes, or sausage ($0.75 each). Layers of al dente pasta, cheese, and house-made sauce stack up into a rich lasagna ($12.95), crowned with a choice of vodka, marinara, or alfredo sauce, and served with a choice of soup or salad. For unsatisfied sweet teeth, Demarco's scoops up a selection of authentic gelato, dripping with enough creamy flavor to send your home ice-cream maker to the malt shop in the sky.
Enjoy a classically prepared coal brick oven pizza at Grimaldi’s in the one and only Las Vegas. The brick oven process creates a pie with a crust that is—crusty. Exactly as it should be. All of the ingredients, dough, and sauces at Grimaldi’s are fresh and/or made from scratch. You can absolutely tell the difference in the taste! The flavors are bright and delicious. Select one of their basic pizzas: pepperoni, white, garlic, or cheese. Or, select your favorite ingredients and create one of your own! The long list of toppings includes artichoke hearts, jalapeño peppers, anchovies, Italian sausage, mushrooms, fresh basil, pesto, and many many more! If you’re not in the mood for a pizza, be sure to try one of their calzones, salads.
We have three convenient locations in Las Vegas—and have been a favorite of locals since 1990. It's a great place to hang out with friends and family, relax with co-workers after work, or catch a late night meal. We are known for our simple, but delicious food at very reasonable prices-- Open 24/7/365!
That bright yellow Vienna Beef hot dog sign hanging outside Windy City Beefs N Pizza is a ubiquitous sighting in Chicago—and a swift way to tell a hot dog joint serves up the real deal. Inside Windy City Beefs N Pizza, the walls are painted that same bright yellow with framed Chicago sports memorabilia and city panoramas hung on top. It's no surprise then, that the kitchen specializes in classic Chicago food, including the Vienna Beef hot dogs and Italian beef and sausage sandwiches.
But the centerpiece of the menu is the deep-dish, buttery crust Chicago-style pizza, among the eatery's main attractions. The team here takes their Chicago pride so far that that on any given Sunday during football season, they open the restaurant early for Chicago Bears fans. All Bears game throughout the season are shown, along with as many Chicago games from other sports as they can.
Temptation will fill your belly's brain to the brim as you gaze longingly at Pizzeria Enzo's menu of seductive Italian savories. Take a first bite of fried cheese ravioli ($6.95) to get your meal started, then take as many bites as you need to finish it. Specialty pizzas range from the fresh, vegetarian-friendly flavors of the classic margherita ($15.95 for 18") to the protein-packed Enzo special, loaded with pepperoni, meatballs, sausage, peppers, onions, and mushrooms ($20.95 for 18"). Customers can also create their own masterslices by selecting from Enzo's long list of pie toppings. If you prefer your toppers on the inside, opt for an Italian grilled-ham-and-fontina-cheese panini ($6.95) or tangy buffalo-chicken roll ($5.75), both sprinkled with a tasty touch of finger licking. Pasta favorites such as linguini with clams, mussels, and shrimp ($14.95) proudly tango with taste buds in the elegant dance of eating, while entrees such as chicken marsala ($13.95) and veal piccata ($14.95) put patrons in a state of bliss, like Hawaii.