Dom DeMarco's

Dom DeMarco’s Happy Hour

Dom DeMarco’s Happy Hour stands out as the Best of Las Vegas. Voted on by readers of the Las Vegas Review Journal, the accolades are undeniable.

The lively ambiance and vibrant crowd create an electrifying atmosphere. Indulge in a symphony of flavors with half-price pizzas and discounted drinks. The bar buzzes with laughter as patrons savor signature cocktails crafted with precision. Dom’s bartenders elevate your happy hour experience, ensuring each sip is a celebration of taste.

Happy Hour

Every weekday from 2pm to 6pm, guests enjoy 50% off well drinks, wines by the glass and select wines by the bottle. In addition, a $10 food menu and all beers are only $5. These deals kick off the evening as the best in Las Vegas. If you find a better deal, we want to hear about it.

Happiest of Happy Hours

Now from 2pm to 4pm on weekdays, we toast the Happiest of Happy Hours. This is where all pizzas are 50% off. Yes, all pizzas are 50% off. We are sure there is not a better deal in town. Can you prove us wrong?

The food menu at Dom DeMarco’s Happy Hour boasts an array of delectable options, from eggplant pizzettes to crisp house-made salads. Our attentive staff and swift service, ensure your glass is never empty, and your plate is always full. The happy hour vibe extends beyond the bar, permeating the entire restaurant. Revel in the joyous chatter of fellow patrons, creating a sense of camaraderie that makes Dom DeMarco’s a standout, Summerlin destination. Whether you are a local seeking a regular haunt or a visitor in search of the best Vegas has to offer, this happy hour is a must-experience.

Dom DeMarco

Dom DeMarco’s Pizzeria & Wine Bar does not just serve drinks and food; we handcraft every pizza on the menu. As the winner of Best of Las Vegas four years in a row, Las Vegas locals have decided. We are serving up the ultimate in Italian flavors right here in Las Vegas. With our rich pizza history, rooted in Brooklyn, NY, we honor our namesake, Domenico DeMarco.

Known for his pizza, passion, and perseverance, he immigrated to New York in 1959 from Italy via the Province of Caserta. He went on to open at Di Fara in 1965 on Avenue J, which launched him into the national pizza spotlight. He would arrive every day to personally make the pizzas and cater to his worldwide audience. Visitors from all over the world would stop by to get a glimpse of the master craftsman and taste his masterpieces. Making their own pizza pilgrimage.

As written in many national publications, Di Fara is the standard of pizza. In March of 2022, Eater wrote, “Di Fara’s national recognition has never waned. It garnered numerous accolades from publications often calling DeMarco’s pizzas among the best in the country.”

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