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Otto Enoteca Pizzeria serves a menu filled with items meant to share, with a few you’ll want to keep just to yourself. The cuisine at the Las Vegas restaurant comes from Italian rustic roots, with a large array of antipasti. All it takes is one glance around the restaurant to see what’s most important; the circular antipasti counter in the terrace serves many of the dishes right to you, while wine lines the walls of the dining room. Small dishes, including fried, meat and vegetable selections, come at multiple price points, depending on how many of each category you order. But along with the antipasti offerings, you’ll be able to order pizzas — of course — plus salads, pastas and entrees. We recommend sitting at the antipasti counter between 3 and 7 p.m., or between 10 and 11 p.m., when you can try an antipasti tasting menu and a wine tasting, allowing you to sample bites and sips of the restaurant’s authentically Italian cuisine.