Posted by LOTGK on June 9, 2008
While the Mirage Hotel And Casino in Las Vegas has fabulous restaurants for fine dining, it also has the California Pizza restaurant. Don’t get me wrong, California Pizza is a fine establishment, with a great menu including some top shelf pizza’s, but instead of having the ambiance of Stack Restaurant, it has the feel of a quaint little pizza shop where you can order your favorite pizza and toppings.
We waited in line for roughly 10 minutes, which really isn’t bad at all, and were seated and greeted by a friendly waitress. Water and plates were brought to the table in minutes. The waitress took our order and said she would be right back with our drinks.
I ordered the personal 10 inch size pizza with bacon as a topping. Twenty minutes later, it was brought to the table.
The pizza was cooked very well, all the slices were completely cut, (I so hate when pizza shops cannot cut the pizza correctly, missing parts of the crust or not cutting all the way through causing a mess) and the bacon topping was adequate, not generous, but adequate. BTW, the bacon topping was cooked well, not fatty like other pizza shops do.
The pizza tasted good, was of course hot, just came from the oven, and the price was adequate, $15 dollars not including tip.
The Grassy Knoll Institute awards 3 shots out of 5 and recommends California Pizza at the Mirage Hotel for lunch and or dinner.
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