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Speaking of Vegan Pizza…

Pala Pizza

Mushroom and parsley pizza from Pala. This was actually the most interesting vegan topping combination on their menu.

Pizza is one of the top search queries on SuperVegan (right after brunch and ice cream; we vegans want our comfort food).

Right now we’ve got 18 restaurants in the pizza category. My latest discovery is Palà Pizza on the Lower East Side, which offers vegan versions of four of its pizzas, plus has late hours and a nice large delivery range. The menu conveniently tells you what’s vegan, and they offer a gluten-free crust with 24 hours notice.

If you’re in it for soy cheese and a fancy crust, this place might be heaven, but if you’re into lots of toppings, you’ll be disappointed; they haven’t got much for the vegans.

Pizza Plus, meanwhile, is going all out with the toppings; they’ve recently added vegan sausage and pepperoni to their extensive menu (call first to make sure they have it in stock). If only they delivered to me in Manhattan; heck, I’d even be happy if Viva would offer soy cheese….

So what’s your favorite place to go when the pizza craving hits? Tell us where and why in the comments.


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    I hear good things about Two Boots but I haven’t been there. Does anyone know if they are worth checking out?

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    Pizza Plus all the way. Super good pizza, super good people.

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    This isn’t NY, obviously, but in Vancouver our favorite by far is Rebellious Tomato. They have gluten-free crust as well!

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    Laura Leslie

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    Well, if we’re going outside of NYC, my #1 vote still goes to TJ Scallywaggles in Boston. It’s a 100% vegan pizzeria! I can eat ANYTHING on the menu! And it’s good! And cheap! And REAL pizza, not that hippie nonsense.

    When bands I like play in Boston, I am now twice as likely to go, simply because it also means that I can stop at Scallywaggles for pizza. (Mmmmm…. pizza….)

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    Whole Earth Bakery on Saint Marks seems to have vegan cheese (w follow ur heart) pizza now… I had some today. It was awesome. I’ve had it there a couple of times but its irregular. Call first.

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    Patrick Kwan

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    Two Boots is awesome. Try ordering a whole pie whenever possible, they are even better when freshly made.

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    Slice pizza! It’s on 2nd between 73 and 74, if I remember. It’s not all vegan but they have vegan rice cheese and all sorts of crusts. They also have a wide variety of toppings. Just look at the menu. They have beer and wine, but the atmosphere leaves a lot to be desired.

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    I just wanted to say if you happen to be a strong vegan be sure that the cheese used on these pizzas do not contain casein which is derived from milk. I had an incident where I got an allergic reaction to a soy cheese used on the pizza of a “vegan” resturant only to find out it contained Casein so be careful!! & don’t be afraid to ask questions!

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    Are there any vegan pizza places in Jersey around Ewing/Princeton areas?