3555 S Town Center Dr Ste 105
Las Vegas, NV 89135
The outside of the Due Forni looks impressive for a pizza place. They have an outdoor patio that looks like it could be nice the spring and fall. I don’t care for the interior design. It feels like neo-70’s cafeteria style. Not sure what they were going for there, but it’s not the most comfortable layout. It’s a weird mix of pretentious and cheap. The paper placemat menus add to this effect. Since they specialize in authentic Italian pizza I’d like to see an interior that transports you to Italy.
But I digress. I’m not here to evaluate the decor; what matters is the pizza. Due Forni offers two styles of crust, Neapolitan, which is soft and thin, and Roman, which is thinner with a crispier crust. I’ve had super thin crust pizza before with a cracker-like crust and I didn’t care for it. So while I’m curious about the Roman crust I went with the Neapolitan. There is one size of pizza and it’s individual 12" size.
I order a Piccante pizza which is essentially a pepperoni pizza but spicier. The menu uses a lot of Italian words so it’s hard to know what is what without the waiter’s assistance. My pizza has san marzano tomato, bufala mozzarella, sopressata, fresno peppers. The pizza costs $15.95 which is pricey for a personal pizza.
The pizza comes out and it looks good.
Piccante pizza at Due Forni
Flop of slice of pizza at Due Forni
Bottom of crust of pizza at Due Forni
I take a bite and it’s very good. I like spicy food so the added kick complements the pepperoni well. The pizza is light and leaves you with a clean satisfied fill. Overall it reminds me of Settebello in Henderson which I also enjoy. In general I prefer NY style pizza over authentic Italian style so it’s hard for me to go bananas over it, however the pizza here is delicious. I’m adding it to our list of best pizza places in Las Vegas.