With a major entertainment personality as part of your Pizza shop's name you can't go wrong. I think thats the initial draw to Evil Pie in Downtown Las Vegas. That's why I walked in the first time anyway. I wanted to play the Evel Knievel pinball machine and look at some memorabilia even if I was only going to get a water and cool down(it was hot as Hell that day). I didn't think I'd end up getting a piping hot slice of amazing Pizza then hang out for about an hour listening to music and watching people meander up and down Fremont. You can smell their creations from outside. They have a great little patio area to sit but plenty of seats inside as well. The orders are placed at the counter, prices are average and while you wait there's endless pictures, toys and other memorabilia on the walls to divert your hunger pains. It didn't take but a minute to get my slice and a water and to the window i sat to watch people. Friendly staff and pie makers, great atmosphere combined with a perfect location, not far from under the canopy makes Evel Pie one of my favorite spots downtown.
They do have a full bar that seats about 10, their Happy Hour is everyday from 2p-6p $3 beers and $4 wells but best of all is the pitcher of beer and whole pie for $20. They deliver through UBER EATS, open from 11a-2a everyday and Thursday-Saturday open until 4:20am. Yes 4:20am. Located between Park on Fremont and Red at 508 East Fremont.
In 2017 when Vince Rotolo left Evel Pie to open his own Pizzaria he had the name "Good Pie" already in queue. The name wasn't a play on his former employers it was put in his head at a pizza business convention. A man got irritated with some of the newer generation antics of pizza makers and proclaimed just make a good pie. That was the rumor and it was confirmed by the super easy to talk to counter girl when we visited Good Pie last week. The shop itself is pretty small with a little counter top eating area by the windows and a couple seats by the door. The walls are adorned with hats from other Pizzarias and items to remind you of New York such as a baseball jerseys, photos and news paper articles etc.
They call it "a Brooklyn style pizza shop in Downtown Las Vegas". They serve Brooklyn-style round slices and Detroit-style (square) or whole pies. They import their flour and tomatoes from Italy and take advantage of Nevada Farms for much of their other produce. The counter girl also told me about Rotolo's gluten free pizzas and his Vegan creations winning awards. His name is still on the menu for Evel Pie. We tried square slices as that was all they had available without a wait when we went. Classic bottled Coke was a nice touch and the prices were very reasonable, $3-$5 a slice. I'm not a big fan of square pizza but it was very good. One thing that especially stuck out was the great flavor from the mushroom slice I got. Plus the service was very fast and friendly. The owner is (said to be) a very awesome guy to work with and that shows in the quality and attitude of the store. We loved it.
They are located at Pawn Plaza next to the famous Gold and Silver Pawn from Pawn Stars. Seating is plentiful , especially on a nice day, outside all over the plaza, and its great for people watching. The location isnt ideal for the average tourist but the more the word spreads about Pawn Plaza I think it will be a hit. They are open 11a-9p Sundays, 11a-10p Mon-Thur and 11-11p Friday and Saturday.