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About Five50 - Aria
Five50 seeks to become a signature destination for Pizza in Las Vegas by combining the soul of the world's most iconic pizzerias with the dynamic of the world's greatest bar scenes
Las Vegas, NV 89158
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:30 AM - 12:30 AM
Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 AM - 12:30 AM
Sunday - Thursday: 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Friday - Saturday: 11:00 AM - 3:00 AM
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet & Self-Parking Available
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Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night
Five50 - Aria Ratings and Reviews
Very limited menu available, which means basically pizza, maybe 3 salads, some apps. No burgers, or other stuff you might want at a sports bar. The pizzas were soggy. We ordered one pizza that you would think nobody could screw up with some greens, cheese and sausage, but the broccoli was so undercooked that every bite was bitter as a result. We also ordered some wings as a appetizer and they were not up to par. Too much sauce that made eating them messy, and the flavor was off.
We ordered chopped salad and the heirloom tomoato salad. The heirloom tomato salad was actually very good, but unfortunately it was the only thing we ordered that was delicious. The chopped salad was WAY too strong in flavor - too much vinegar and garlic - which resulted in an overpowering flavor. No way to finish that salad with so much tang going on! Overall a very disappointing experience and I will not be returning.
Sauce tomate sur la pizza sucrée, ils disent qu'il s'agit de mozzarella de bufala, je n'en suis pas certaine. J'avais envie de manger une bonne pizza à l'italienne et j'ai eu une pizza à l'américaine genre Domino Pizza. Le prix est exorbitant, 2 pizzas, 1 bière et 1 verre d'eau pour $100.--, nous avons à peine toucher à nos pizzas, cette sauce tomate sucrée était horrible . Amateur de bonne pizza à l'Italienne passer votre chemin.
We were celebrating a Birthday over the weekend and was looking for something that wasn't too over the top and appeal to all in the group. Their specialty is wood-fired Brooklyn-style Pizza. The pies were all great. It's a bit on the expensive side though for pizzas but what do you expect, you're on the LV Strip.
I don't know where they find their wait staff or managers, but they must be Walmart rejects. Wait person only stopped by table 4 times in 2 hours. She took the water away to refill and never brought it back. After 30 minutes I asked what happened and she said she forgot. Sad, very sad.
Manager said they were slammed and understaffed. Amazingly there were lots of empty tables and the table next to ours was visited by the waiter every 7 to 10 minutes. He never asked if our waitress had checked on us. Manager has a very condescending attitude and felt imposed that he had to come to our table when asked.
Five50 you've lost a customer.
We had a party of ten. The service was abysmally slow. It took ten minutes to see our server. He forgot one person's drink then later forgot the same person's food. Then it took 15 minutes after we were done to get the check. I guess the waiter figured his tip was fixed so he didn't have to try, because he sure didn't. The pizza was good but overly greasy. The beer selection was large but the on tap selection was weak. Mainly the service was a problem.
Best wood oven pizza in Vegas, no lie. Great appetizers too. Meatballs will satisfy the most authentic Italian palate. Friendly environment, sports bar type venue. Perfect for lingering during a basketball or football game, but also a quick bite at the bar with a beer or glass of wine. Walk-up slice counter for super fast craving satisfaction!
My wife and I decided to grab lunch. while gambling at Aria.
We ordered from the lunch special two course option- either soup or salad and a personal sized pizza for $18. We both ordered the POACHED PEAR SALAD (Benton’s Country Ham, Wine Poachachached Pear, Babyabyaby Greens, Toasted Pistachio's, & White Balsamic Vinaigrette) it was delicious. The lunch pizza comes with the choice of 3 toppings. I choose (italian sausage, meatballs, and onion) The crust is thin and tasty,and the wood fired crust was cooked perfectly. There's the perfect amount of sauce, and the shredded Mozzarella cheese is creamy with an amazing richness. Two people could likely split a pizza especially if you get a salad or appetizers. The pizza truly has "east coast’s bold flavors and Italy’s delicacy to create something totally unique." They sell pizza by the slice, highly recommend giving it a try.
Very loud - a number of large groups. Tables and chairs were being moved all around us to accommodate large groups and we wound up having a table for two literally in the middle of the traffic pattern which made conversation very difficult. Not a good experience. We have eaten here a number of times before and this was the worst experience yet.
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