Photos: Pin-Up Pizza Opens at Planet Hollywood Resort

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Pizza tosser Jorge Torres impresses the Pin-Up Pizza girls with his dough tossing skills. Photos: Erik Kabik
Pizza tosser Jorge Torres impresses the Pin-Up Pizza girls with his dough tossing skills. Photos: Erik Kabik

Sin City’s newest pizza eatery, Pin-Up Pizza, celebrated its grand opening with a pizza dough ribbon cutting, world-champion dough flair, high-flying pizza tossing and Pin-Up Pizza girls. Present for the dough cutting was president of Planet Hollywood Resort David Hoenemeyer, vice president of food and beverage Jeffrey Frederick and director of food and beverage Terrence O’Donnell.

Pin-Up Pizza is home to the largest slice on the Strip, with each slice measuring 15-inches long. The New York style pizza spot is located along Las Vegas Boulevard with an entrance from the street as well as inside of the casino, and is perfect for grab-and-go, or with its outdoor patio, to take in the striking view.

Using the freshest and highest quality ingredients, Pin-Up’s menu features classic favorites such as cheese and pepperoni, as well as white, artichoke, margherita, sausage and meatball pizzas. Each hand-tossed pizza pie measures 30 inches across and uses 4 pounds of dough, leaving each slice to measure 15 inches long by 6 inches wide. With its Neo-Neapolitan style and cooked in a gas oven, the pizzas are evenly cooked with a crust that maintains a crisp with each bite. Pizza isn’t the only option at Pin-Up, also featured on the menu are hand rolled garlic knots and piped-to-order cannolis.

Accessible from the Strip, Pin-Up’s modern ambience features indoor counter space, with a full view of the giant gas oven and kitchen, as well an outdoor glass enclosed patio dining and drinking area. Continuing the brand’s theme, Pin-Up features Pin-Up Pizza girls, adorned in retro rockabilly uniforms bringing to life Bettie Page, Jayne Mansfield and other famous pinup ladies of the ‘50s.

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