Otto Enoteca Pizzeria

A casual taste of Italy in Las Vegas
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Antipasti and pizza are the name of the game at Otto Enoteca — sidle up to the antipasti counter to get a close-up look at the house-cured meats and selections of cheeses.

The pancetta and goat cheese pizza comes topped with tomato, caramelized onions and Coach Farm cheese for a delicious and light option, while guanciales make the Buccatini all’Amatriciana ooze with savory goodness.

The antipasti and wine-tasting menus —available between 3 and 7 p.m. Between 10 and 11 p.m.— allow you to sample a variety of the restaurant’s traditional Italian offerings.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • 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.
  • As part of St. Mark’s Square on the canal level of The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, the Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich restaurant emphasizes its antipasti counter, which you can’t miss, right past the entrance.
  • Otto Enoteca Pizzeria’s interior is fairly simple — it’s all about the wine. Two dining rooms are lined with displays of bottles — just take a look around or a peek at the menu and you’ll realize how important vino is here.
  • Consider bellying up to the bar between 3 and 7 p.m. or between 10 and 11 p.m. to try the antipasti tasting menu and the wine tasting menu; for just $25, you can sample a bevy of the antipasti offerings, and for $15, you can sip a few of Otto Enoteca’s “100 wines under $100.”
  • Otto Enoteca makes its gelato in-house daily, so you’re assured it’s fresh — and you can even get a scoop to go if you’ve got a show to catch or a meeting to get back to.
Things to Know
  • The casual dress code at Otto Enoteca Pizzeria works well with its atmosphere — one that allows you to enjoy the shows of St. Mark’s Square while you sample the simple but tasty cuisine.
  • You can usually have a meal at Otto for around $40 per head — and if you come between 3 and 7 p.m. or 10 to 11 p.m., that price will get you antipasti and wine tasting menus — quite a deal.
The Food
  • Half of the menu is made up of shareable plates, with fried treats such as Arancine and Squash Blossoms; cured meats such as Prosciutto di Parma and Testa; or vegetables, including Lentils alla Toscana.
  • You can order just one or all five, but no matter how many you choose, the delicate, salty prosciutto di Parma, ciccioli, lonza, salumi and testa will all put your neighborhood deli to shame.
  • If you’re craving pizza, we highly recommend the pancetta and goat cheese option. This pie also comes with tomato and caramelized onions — the toppings create a savory and sweet combo we can’t get enough of.
  • The desserts at Otto Enoteca Pizzeria change throughout the year, but no matter the season, you’ll see originality in the sweets from chef Mario Batali. During the summer, the restaurant might serve its PB&J, which turns raw peanuts into a gelato, then combines it with a concord grape sorbetto and a flourless peanut butter cookie.
Getting There
3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109