Evel Pie Creator/Co-Owner Branden Powers has announced the final week of the Evel Pie Pop Up in Tivoli Village.
Saturday, May 2, 2020, will be the last day of service for the temporary pick up/delivery version of the popular Downtown Las Vegas pizzeria.
The Evel Pie Pop Up opened April 3, borrowing the Ada’s space from Chef/Owner James Trees while that restaurant was temporarily closed. Offering only 60 per night of their signature whole pies, plus Vegan and gluten-free pizzas, the Pop Up regularly sold out.
“We’ve had an amazing month in Tivoli Village and we’re grateful for all the support and response,” said Powers. “But it’s time for the Evel team to start planning to reopen our Downtown location soon. We truly look forward to serving everyone there!”
For the final week, Evel Pie will be open Tues, April 28-Saturday May 2, offering the full Pop Up menu available here, including whole signature, vegan and gluten-free pizzas, salads, garlic knots, meatballs (also vegan), plus beer & wine selections. Ordering via phone at (702) 840-6460 begins at noon daily and pick up times begin at 4:20 pm. Limited delivery is also available via Postmates.
This week, Evel Pie will lift the 60 pie limit, so everyone who wants a pizza can get one.
About Evel Pie
Live Hard, Ride Fast, Eat Pizza. Evel Pie, inspired by legendary daredevil Evel Knievel, celebrates one of the most influential figures to the city of Las Vegas. Created by Branden Powers and High Horse Entertainment in collaboration with the Knievel family, Evel Pie offers New York pizza slices with an array of classic and exotic toppings, dive bar cocktails and local beers until the early hours of the morning in an all-American environment featuring memorabilia, pinball machines, a stuffed bighorn sheep and a statue of the man himself. Evel Pie has won several accolades including recognition from the International Pizza Expo (Second Place, Gluten Free pizza), Best of Las Vegas (Readers’ Choice), Gayot (Top 3 Best Vegas Pizza 2020), Silver State Culinary Awards (Best Pizza) and more.
To date, Branden Powers and Evel Pie have raised and/or given away tens of thousands of dollars to support local charities and those affected by crisis.