An Introduction to The Pizza Press

The Pizza Press now has over 30 locations nationwide including this one in Las Vegas located just off the Strip. The theme of these restaurants is 1920’s Americana newspaper and it’s obvious. The decorating style is one clue, but the real giveaway are the names of the pizzas they serve. A few examples are “The Times,” “The Tribune,” and “The Chronicle.” A great location with awesome reviews helped land The Pizza Press in our Best Pizza Restaurants in Las Vegas article.

Here is a quick overview of The Pizza Press from Google Reviews:


The Pizza Press

3200 S Las Vegas Blvd suite s, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States

Late-night food · Comfort food · Quick bite

4.7 Stars, 172 Reviews, $



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The Pizza Press is all about customization. You’ll be hard pressed to find a restaurant with more topping options to pile onto your own pizza creation. With a 4.7 star rating, this place has a great reputation and it’s hard to beat the location.

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Yelp Reviews

Below are a few reviews from Yelp from The Pizza Press. Hear from other people who have already eaten at The Pizza Press to help you determine if this is your next pizza destination. Read about their experiences so you can know what to expect.

All of the reviews below were found on Yelp.com and you can find links to each of the reviews themselves below as well.


Review 1:

Okay visitors to Vegas, this city is designed to help you part with your money in every possible way. The pizza joint in Treasure Island, and I'm sure most other casino resorts, charges like $8 - 10 for a slice... And it didn't look like a great slice at that. A five minute walk across the bridge to the Fashion Mall brought me to Pizza Press... Very similiar in concept to Pi Craft for those who are familiar with the Chipotle style method of building your own pizza.... So how did that work out… Fantastic! A fresh made, thin crust, perfectly baked pizza with my choice of toppings for $12. I went with the spicy sauce, mozzarella, provolone, sausage, banana peppers and a little basil glaze. Soooo good. Topped it off with a Virgil's root beer (they do have regular beer if you are so inclined.) The cherry on top was sitting outside people watching on the strip. The lesson here is to go outside my friends! Casinos are designed to draw you in... And pay their premiums... All good with free enterprise but you can save yourself a few $$$, often get a better product and a nicer experience if you go out and look around. If you have to throw money away, do it on the black jack table, not the expensive pizza joint!

Review 2:

With so many quick-service pizza chains opening up lately, Pizza Press wasn't on my radar. I went in to their Strip location at Fashion Show Mall after receiving a promo email and left hoping they open off-Strip soon! Small but efficient use of space in a ground-level kiosk conveniently located just outside the parking garage elevator, staffed with two friendly ladies who made suggestions and asked about topping add-ons even when I opted for a premade specialty pie- my brain was too fried from work to figure out what I wanted. This spot stands out by offering a surprisingly expansive beer menu with draft options and reasonable prices, as well as vegan cheeses and a good range of finishers to add to your pie after it's trip through the oven: various drizzles and add-ons like arugula. The Chronicle, an olive-oil base pie, was loaded up with veggies and super cheesy thanks to the use of Chevre, which I don't see often elsewhere. Their regular prices are a bit high when comparing to similar business models ($10-11 vs $8-9) but I'm hoping they open off Strip for local convenience and lower prices. TIP: Follow restaurant parking signage in garage, take elevator to 1st floor, and it's right there. It couldn't be more convenient. Patio seating is a plus!

Review 3:

The demise of mainstream media may yet be ongoing, but the era of newspaper-themed restaurants is here. The Pizza Press is the newest fast-casual pizza chain to invade Las Vegas, and they've taken over a standalone kiosk-like space outside Fashion Show mall on the Strip. It's right across from the Wynn, in the general vicinity of Maggiano's and Capital Grille. Yes, they're one of the customizable pizza joints, and they call theirs "Publish Your Own." If you're not trying to unleash the full pizza potential, than you can pick from their "Signature Pizzas" menu with various newspaper-themed names like The Chronicle or The Times. Either way, don't expect to get away with what you pay at places like Blaze or PizzaRev; the pricing here was was more in the vicinity of $11 or $12, which isn't that surprising due to the expensive Strip real estate. I could've enjoyed it more had they actually loaded my pizza up with toppings like they do at similar restaurants. However, I was still able to get seemingly as many ingredients as I wanted in all categories: base, cheese, meats, vegetables, and finishers. Meat selection is a little low but you can find plenty to choose from in cheeses and veggies, including cevre, sharp cheddar, roasted red bell peppers, and squash. I did like seeing cilantro and surprisingly flavorful arugula in the finishers section, along with balsamic glaze and basil pesto. I may have to try that Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ if I come back next time. Flavor-wise, all the ingredients themselves were fresh and tasty. I wouldn't say that I was able to pick them all out, but nothing stood out as a negative. The crust was rather interesting. It did have a nice chew to it, but the chew doesn't ring true as a typical pizza crust chew somehow. I also didn't get a long-lasting crunch on the crust. It's definitely more interesting than the boring PizzaRev crust, but I can't say that it's a standout pizza crust compared to Blaze or to any number of dedicated gourmet pizzerias. The one factor that kept this rating afloat in spite of all my concerns was their beer selection. They currently have 12 truly craft beers on draft. Yes, they're of not-so-local origin, and some of them are a little pricey, but there was a $5 pint of Citradelic: Tangerine IPA available from New Belgium as well as my eventual selection, a 16 oz 11% ABV English barleywine called Hand of the Queen, by Brewery Ommegang of New York. Yes, it's a Game of Thrones themed beer, but more to the point, it's a damn fine value at $8. Oh, and it's also malty and sweet-but-not-too-sweet as you'd hope barleywines to be. Cheers for Tyrion! In all honesty, I probably won't come back to this location of The Pizza Press due to how expensive it is and how inconvenient the Strip is, even if parking remains free at Fashion Show. However, I enjoy their model and especially their devotion to craft beers, which is where they far outshine their competitors. And if the evenings stay as tolerable as tonight, the outdoor patio with the Strip view makes up for the relative lack of indoor seating.


Wrap Up

Las Vegas has plenty of dope pizza restaurants you could try your luck at. The Pizza Press is a highly rated and great option no matter if you’re walking out of the casino a big winner, or a miserable loser. No matter which situation you find yourself in, The Pizza Press will be sure to brighten your mood.

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