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Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and Cucina: Pizza and Pasta in Vegas

Foodology April 13, 2014 Kid Friendly, Las Vegas, lunch, Noodles, pizza, Three Beakers


Inside the The Shops at Crystals right beside Aria is Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria and Cucina. My parents were raving about this place and how addictive their pasta was the day before. I was intrigued and I wanted to come here to see what they were talking about.


It has a warm and inviting atmosphere. Perfect for families. We came right when it opened and by 1pm, there was a good amount of people dining.


The other side of the restaurant, you can get a view of all the shops. Plus its great for people watching.


Shirley Temple was what my mom was craving. It is made using a mix of Grenadine syrup and soda. We were sad they didn’t use the recipe with orange juice.


Complimentary bread arrived at the table before the rest of the meal came. It is delicious rustic bread with a  few pieces of butter on the side. The bread was really soft in the centre and crispy on the outside.


Prime Beef Carpaccio has roasted garlic aioli, crispy artichokes, goat cheese, and arugula. Oh man, this was addictive. Highly recommended.


Veal Ravioli has porcini mushrooms in a brown butter sauce and crisp sage on top. My sister thought it was a bit salty for her liking but the first few bites were good.


Rigatoncini is smothered in piemontese meat sauce, garlic, and parmesan reggiano. The sauce gets into the inside of the pasta so you get a good amount of sauce in each bite.


Spaghetti has tomatoes, basil, garlic with housemade meatballs. Very classic and simple dish. The meatballs were huge and it is very filling. My sister and my dad really liked this.


Wild Mushroom pizza has bechamel, fontina, thyme, and arugula on top. It has a thin crust and perfectly crisp all the way through.


Overall, the food was done pretty well and no complaints.

We Rate Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria & Cucina

3720 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV


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About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.