/Metro Pizza Catering [4,] Las Vegas NV

Metro Pizza Catering [4,] Las Vegas NV

Metro Pizza Catering

Chopped Italian Salad with Ranch Dressing and Italian Dressing

86th Street Square Pie – Mozzarella Cheese, Tomato Sauce, Romano Cheese, Olive Oil, Old School Pepperoni

Brooklyn Jr – Mozzarella Cheese, Tomato Sauce, Romano Cheese, Olive Oil

Zamboni Pizza – Sausage, Old School Pepperoni, Roasted Red Peppers, Mike’s Hot Honey, Mozzarella Cheese

Pepperoni Pizza – Mozzarella Cheese, Tomato Sauce, Pepperoni

Old New York – Thick Sliced Mozzarella Cheese, Italian Tomato Sauce, Basil

Triple Play – Thin Crust, Mozzarella, Tomato Sauce, Triple-Portion Chicago Sausage

Meatball Sliders – Melted Provolone, Fresh-Baked Garlic Knots

Mini Cannoli – Ricotta, Confectioner’s Sugar, Chocolate Chips

Serving Las Vegas for nearly forty years one might well assume Metro Pizza has the delivery game down to a science, and even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic John Arena and Sam Facchini’s Pizzeria remains irreproachable in terms of customer service.

Featuring locations North, South, East and West, with John’s wife currently reprising her former role as catering maestro, it was minutes past 11:30am that delivery arrived porting Food, utensils, plates and condiments, each carefully packaged such that Salad and Sweets were chilled with everything else piping-hot.

Suitable for almost any budget, though late-2019 changes have created a more concise menu, it was focused on old favorites plus a few previously un-tasted options that six Pies plus Knots, Salad and Dessert were received for under $15 per guest, the all-inclusive cost predictably yielding enough for all plus an assortment of leftovers.

Now the eleventh time delivering to this office, in addition to a dozen or more visits to locations on Decatur, Horizon Ridge or Sky Pointe, it was beginning with Salad that many once again praised Metro’s duo of housemade Dressings, though those more concerned with eating while Food was still temperature appropriate predictably went straight for familiar Pepperoni or the “Zamboni” Pizza complete with two Meats, Roasted Peppers and a generous drizzle of Mike’s Hot Honey.

Moving next to Meatballs, the combination of Pork and Beef with almost no binder sandwiched between fresh-baked Garlic Buns, it was a little surprising that staff largely passed on Metro’s Old New York given its classic composition, though the square-cut “Triple Play” beneath a mountain of Sausage stood no chance and was gone fast.

Not about to pass by 86th Street, the cold-fermented Sicilian remaining defiantly light despite its thickness even after traveling ten miles, the offering of “Brooklyn Jr.” allowed those who inexplicably “don’t like” Pepperoni to also get their fill while piped-to-order Cannoli stood ready for those who still had room for Dessert.

N/A: Making it blog policy to not ‘rate’ places based on catering alone there is a reason John and Sam have been successfully serving Las Vegas for so long, a good part of it skill and doing things the right way, but also by focusing on the customer to deliver on their promises no matter how big or small the budget.

RECOMMENDED: 86th Street Square Pie, Meatball Sliders, Zamboni, Old New York, Chopped Salad, Cannoli.


TIP: The central catering office is currently closed during the pandemic, but by calling any Metro Pizza location they can direct guests as necessary.

WHAT THE STARS MEAN: 5 World Class, 4 Excellent, 3 Good, 2 Fair, 1 Poor.


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