Home of the world's largest deliverable pizza, Big Mama's & Papa's serves mammoth slices of Italian pie made fresh, with preservative-free dough and California cheese. At 18 inches across, the extra-large pizza provides an ample space to decorate with toppings such as artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, eggplant, and meat, and when rolled up, is big enough to occupy most of an NBA center's shoe.
Villa Pizza’s menu offers more than 15 toppings to toss on freshly baked, homemade-dough-based pizzas that heat up any hockey-viewing party or air-conditioned igloo. Score a circular creation such as the barbecue-chicken pizza (sauced and diced chicken, red onion, and cilantro, $16.99 for 16”) or a Popeye-pleasing, herbivorous stuffed pie with fresh spinach, ricotta cheese, and layers of gooey mozzarella ($18.99 for a large).
With one convenient location near the UNLV campus and the Hard Rock Cafe and another on Las Vegas Boulevard, Joe's is a great place to tickle your tongue awake after a long day of studying or a grueling late-night bird-calling session. Stop in to dine on pizza by the slice, or go online and personalize a whole pie for delivery. Stick with a standard meat, veggie, or white pizza ($10.99 13.99) or try a more atypical concoction, such as the lasagna ($13.99) or the Hungarian chicken ($12.99). Like most genies, the menu also grants plenty of pizza-free wishes, offering imaginative eaters a selection of calzones ($7.95), subs and paninis ($7.95), deep-fried appetizers ($2.95-7.95), and the sweet, doughy mini-blimps known as zeppoles ($2.95).
The sliceable brainchild of two, fully clothed friends from Buffalo, Naked City Pizza Shop introduces handmade, New York–style pies to hungry Nevadans. Flavorful, rectangular pizzas ($8–$23 for plain cheese) support endless combinations of more than 20 textured toppings ($1–$3) and fit better in a mailbox than their circular cousins. Abate in hunger pangs with a selection of premeditated pies such as the chicken finger pizza topped with blue cheese and mild or spicy chicken strips drizzled in mozzarella cheese, or the fatboy–which boasts capicola, pepperoni, sausage, ham, crushed tomatoes, fresh basil, and the inability to see its own feet ($11–$28).