Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and Cucina
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- Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and CucinaMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11
This Italian-influenced restaurant has all of the standards that you would want in an eco-friendly restaurant. It uses only fresh, organic produce from local farmers and sources its meat and seafood from sustainable, humane operations.Recommended for:
- Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and CucinaCommunity ManagerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 6
I came here for a veer tower fashion grand opening event and got to try complimentary tapas and drinks on the house. I loved the meatballs and pizzas. The service was fantastic and it is centrally located inside the crystals mall. Great place for a date and for people watching!Recommended for:
- Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and CucinaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5
This is the only place inside Crystals at City Center that I can afford to indulge in. We took a break from window shopping (the only thing you can really do at the stores here), and had a really nice lunch at Wolfgang Puck's Pizzeria. The ultra modern restaurant is open and airy, located in the middle of the mall.
While no one in our group of four ladies was particularly starving, we just got three things to share. I guess the motivation behind that was the skin tight size XS dress that was waiting to be worn a few hours later. So, we ordered the fried calamari appetizer, one basil pesto grilled chicken panini and the calzone pizza which we had them make as an open faced flat pizza. They were kind enough to cut the panini into fours, and surprisingly, we still had leftover pizza! Loved the delicious panini, and the thin crust pizza was very tasty. The calamari was nicely fried and not oily at all.
Service was top notch here. I'm really starting to notice the high level of hospitality in Vegas, which is pretty refreshing. Will definitely be back to do do some casual dining when I'm staying at Vdara. The bar area is also super swank with TVs projected onto a piece of glass. Nice job, Wolfie.Recommended for:
- Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and CucinaMember ofFamily TravelersNightlife LoversArt & Design Lovers
Located in the Crystal mall of the Aria resort, this small little restaurant hosts some nice culinary secrets. The service is very good and the prices are cheaper than most other places around. Will definitely revisit.
- Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and Cucina
Located inside Crystals Mall, Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria & Cucina offers a gorgeous yet inviting dining room, as well as a modern and chic bar and lounge scene. The restaurant's orientation offer's a bird's eye view of the Crystals Mall, but if you want something more intimate, opt for the interior dining.
The menu is clearly Italian-influenced, with choices like Italian pizzas, salads, pastas & paninis. They also have authentic appetizers such as Italian salumi (San Daniele Prosciutto, my ultimate fav...not easy to find in the U.S) , Grilled Octopus, and Prime Beef Carpaccio. The fine selection they have really demonstrated the authenticity the restaurant brings forth.
Prices are reasonable, so this is a great option if you aren't looking to drop money as if you were dining at Joel Robuchon. The food is definitely well-prepared and nicely presented. The wine list is also solid, with options from both the US and Italy. Glasses are reasonably priced at $8-$12 range.
My most memorable thing here was the dessert- Italian Doughnuts - the Zeppole. I haven't had Zeppole in the states in ages..so this was a delectable and pleasant surprise! Paired with caramel dipping sauce and vanilla gelato - this makes for an outstanding dessert to share! They're fluffy and light, and not overly sweet (comparable to French Beignets).
There a number of reputable Italian restaurants in Las Vegas. Many renowned chefs have opened restaurants on the strip -Mario Batali, most notably for Carnevino in the Palazzo and B&B in the Venetian, Valentino's in the Venetian, Bartolotta in the Wynn - the list is really very extensive. But, if you want to eat somewhere that is appropriate for a casual lunch, a glass of wine in the afternoon, or a solid dinner meal -this is your go-to place for any occasion. The hospitality and service will also impress you.