What began in 2009 as a hot dog cart and then a sandwich shop has now emerged as the famous Naked City Pizza in Las Vegas, NV. Recognized on the famous Food Network show "Diners, Drive Ins and Dives" it now offers its from scratch pizza in a landmark building in the city.
While Naked City Pizza is famous for the pizza, it has some truly unique dishes that are a must try. The bacon candle is made from rendered bacon and seasoned with a variety of secret ingredients to be enjoyed with fresh bread. There are salads, sandwiches, starters and specialty pies. However, most visitors love to try the famous Guinea pie and stinger pizza that have made Naked City Pizza so famous.
Absolutely love the Rebel pizza here. Naked City and Pizza Rock are by far my 2 favorite pizza places in Las Vegas. i have ruined several people on their old pizza places after taking them here. 24 slices in a full sheet is plenty for a large group. Highly recommend Naked CIty.
Went to Paradise location due to comments that the Arville location was louder and more busy. The Paradise location was nice, nothing great. Has high expectations for the pie, got the garlic sauce with spinach and meatballs, there wasn't much sauce when it was delivered, also got the park fries, those were just okay. I did like the naked salad, it was awesome with their blue cheese dressing. Glad that I went, but wouldn't go back if in Vegas, would try something else next go round.
Really great Pizza and a really nice beer offering.
We went based on a few things. There seemed to be very good reviews, it had been featured on Triple D and we are from the Buffalo area. This was a HUGE disappointment. There was not one good thing about this experience. When we were seated, the chaos in the dining room was obvious and it took more than 20 minutes to even get a drink order. By now, we should know to go with our gut and leave when chaos is this evident. There was one server to handle the dining room and counter and overall, appeared to be seriously under staffed. The phone kept ringing and was never answered. One lady even came in and stated that she had called but got no answer. ALL customers waited way too long. She was trying to be friendly, but was too far in the weeds to recover. Our whole experience was over a period of an hour and a half. We ordered the charbroiled BBQ wings, which were not charbroiled and were DRENCHED in BBQ. We also ordered the 1/2 sheet Naked City Pizza. They were out of pepperoni (a pizza place?) Half of the pizza crust was burnt and the center of the pizza and half the toppings were barely cooked. By the time our pizza came out, someone had gone for pepperoni, but the poor guy that waited for a sheet pizza for most of the time we were there was told AFTER the pizza was made that it was only cheese as they had run out of pepperoni. (SERIOUSLY? Who does that?) Customers kept leaving their tables to get things they needed....napkins, silverware, drinks, boxes, checks.... I've never witnessed so many customers seeking out what they needed, EVER. Even if you could erase the service side of the experience, the pizza and wings were a huge disappointment. Not worth the hype.
Very good pizza. Nice craft beer list. Definitely more of a low key restaurant experience than the location on Arville. Very convenient for dinner before a show at the Hard Rock.
Pizza is delicious. Waitress was there by herself juggle a bunch of tables and managed to stay poised the entire time. Great experience
Loved it - as an ex-pat New Yorker this is what I need in Vegas. The pizza was incredible! Great airy crust... Super delicious and flavorful middle. I know a lot of love went into making my dinner tonight bc I tasted it. I'll be back!
So good! It can get a little loud in there but it's worth it.
As a former Buffalonian, I was thrilled to find this restaurant. We had Naked City pizza, suicide fries and median wings. The wings were made just like you'll find in Buffalo and on the hot side (and I like things hot!). I would recommend going was level down and get hot sauce on the side. The suicide fries were excellent, flavor not just heat! The pizza was true Buffalo pizza which is not the same as the northeast. It is thicker (but not Chicago deep dish), not thin crust like you find in NYC. Again, I highly recommend this place!