Dining Pick of the Week: Pizza Lounge



Tivoli Village, 410 S. Rampart Blvd. at Alta Drive, 702-778-0400

Here’s a new take on your favorite pizza: Any pie at Pizza Lounge can be made gluten-free, and there are more than a dozen craft beers on tap. This isn’t your father’s pizza place. Among the more than 25 pizzas are pear and Gorgonzola, homemade meatball, three mushroom, grilled veggie and goat cheese, coconut shrimp, Greek (feta and mozzarella, spinach, sliced roma tomatoes, Greek black olives, red onion, oregano) and traditional pepperoni. There are more than a dozen large salads such as Caesar, Cobb, grilled vegetable, Bangkok chopped chicken with sweet Thai ranch dressing, California bacon and Lounge House with greens, carrots, tomato, cucumbers, herbs, nuts and raisins in vinaigrette. Featured small plates are lobster mac ‘n cheese, artisan cheese assortment, baked Brie and fig on honey flatbread and pepperoni bread sticks. Pasta dishes include penne bolognese, spaghetti pomodoro and bowtie chicken. Popular sandwiches are roasted turkey and bacon club and grilled veggie with pesto. Traditional sangria and sake sangria are available every Sunday with live music on Monday from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday is half off bottles of wine, and daily happy hour is from 4 to 7 p.m. Pizzas begin at $7.95, and salads start at $8.95. Pizza Lounge is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. — Jack Bulavsky


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