Best of Houston® 2019: Best Late Night

Vinny's pizza is available by the slice or whole pie.EXPAND
Vinny's pizza is available by the slice or whole pie.
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Best Of 2019: Best Late Night Restaurant — Vinny’s

A slice is nice at this newish EaDo pizza joint, but so is an entire pie. Sitting right near popular spots like Truck Yard and Warehouse Live, the Agricole Hospitality hangout is primed for some late-night munching (good thing it’s open until 3 a.m. on weekends). Night owls can dig into colossal slices — made with hearth-fired crust thick enough to hold up to toppings like housemade chorizo, Fat Back bacon, pickled jalapeño and sweet onion puree — alongside outside-the-pizza-box eats from golden beet salads and Calabrese chicken sandwiches to malted double chocolate chip cookies. Open until midnight Sunday through Thursday and 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday.

1201 Saint Emanuel, Houston

Readers' Choice: House of Pies

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