Best of Vegas 2015

The Rock does every pizza style you can imagine, which is probably why you voted for it.

Readers' Choice—Best Pizzeria: Pizza Rock

July 17th, 2015

The Rock does every pizza style you can imagine, which is probably why you voted for it.

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    Chinese lamb skewers to garlic butter ramen ... have you been missing out?

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    it’s tough to choose among these magical Mediterranean small plates.

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    We basically want to eat at Freddy’s from House of Cards.

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    Chicken wings? How about crispy duck wings in sweet, spicy glaze.

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    The classic gourmet room is all but extinct in today’s Vegas, but not at South Point.

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    You don’t need a man bun or a membership to sip and sigh with Japanese whiskey or a barrel-aged mai tai.

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    Find this truck and eat a teppan feast in burrito form.

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    Your Vegas visitors are probably already big fans of the chef.

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    When the sun goes down but the heat still lingers, there’s no place we’d rather be.

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    Everything on the menu rules. Go forth and gobble.

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