Red Rock Pizza to Expand Service with Beer and Wine Menu

The pizza brand has filed permit paperwork to offer adult beverages
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Red Rock Pizza has been serving up gourmet pizza as a family-owned business since 2008, and now the restaurant is looking to expand its service. The restaurant recently submitted paperwork for a special use permit that would allow it to serve beer and wine in addition to its slate of pizza pies and baked (never fried!) wings, tenders, and fries.

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Made from scratch in-house every day, Red Rock Pizza’s food offerings include starters like Garlic Knots and Jalapeño Poppers, chicken wings and tenders, and hot paninis like the classic Italian Combo and the Fiore (Crispy Chicken Cutlets, Fresh Mozzarella, Roasted Peppers, Basil, Vinaigrette). The restaurant also offers tried-and-true baked pasta dishes like Baked Ziti Siciliano and Lasagna.

On the pizza side, Red Rock offers a large selection of specialty pizzas. These include the familiar Red Rock Supreme, the Cajun Queen (Cajun Seasoned Marinara, Shrimp, Italian Sausage, Roasted Red Peppers, Red Onion, Mozzarella Cheese), and the Taco Nacho (Classic Cheese Pizza, Topped with Nacho Chips, Lettuce, Salsa, Taco Seasoned Beef, Pepper Jack and Cheddar Cheese, Jalapeno) and the class Margherita. Guests can also build their own pizza from nearly thirty topping choices, four sauces, and thirteen different cheeses.

Red Rock Pizza is located at 8455 W Lake Mead Blvd, between Scholar Lane and N Rampart Blvd. It is part of a wide-ranging community of dining establishments situated near the Lake Mead-Rampart intersection, including Pierogi Village, Ohlala French Bistro, and Thai Style Noodle House.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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