PIZZA, PIZZA PARTY Vegan Pizza Day I’m so excited for Vegan Pizza Day on January 29th, 2011. As many of you know I’m a sincere pizza addict. I honestly can’t believe I can get a vegan pizza at an endless amount of restaurants in Los Angeles. My days of bringing shredded vegan cheese to pizza shops are long gone. If you live in an area that doesn’t have vegan friendly pizza shops bring your own cheese. I’ve never had a shop refuse me. But wow are we so friggin lucky in Los Angeles. Here are some snaps of my favorite pizza hangs and some homemade pies as well. Of course I sometimes enjoy a nice beverage with my slices so I posted some photos of pizzas good friends, beer and ale.
One of my new favorite hangs is Hard Times Pizza. It’s 2 blocks from work. The best Follow Your Heart Cheese Pizza in Los Angeles.
I’m a sucker for the Sunday special $10 pizza with 3 toppings at my local Whole Foods. This is the most inconsistent pizza around though. Sometimes it’s huge, sometimes it’s small. Sometimes they load on the toppings, sometimes they put square slices of Daiya and shredded Daiya on the same pie. Scope out the craziness below. Regardless it’s always pretty good.
Homemade pizza with Follow Your Heart.
This is an awesome deep dish pizza in Austin, Texas. Insane. The Parlor
I dig the ambiance and the vegan options at the Pizza Cookery.
This is definitely one of the best pizzas ever made in an apartment. Made with Teese, homemade pesto and roasted garlic. Pizza Tip of the day: Make a traditional pizza and add a few splashes of pesto on top for absolute magic.
Every once in a while I’ll get pizza at Native Foods. It’s very good. Daiya cheese. Personally I don’t go for personal pizzas usually.
A quick pit stop at at Pizza Guru in Santa Barbara is an awesome experience.
One of our all time favorite pizza shops, Purgatory Pizza in downtown Los Angeles.
Oh my god its Masa of Echo Park. Teese. Best Crust. Deep Dish. So good. Don’t be fooled, there are layers of technology in this pizza. The cheese is underneath, the sauce is on top. Order toppings and they blanket the entire pie, head to toe. Masa is quite the experience.
Vegan Pizza in Las Vegas. Yes it’s for real. And yes it’s awesome. Wynn.
And even frozen vegan pizza. I’m not a frozen pizza guy. But I’ll gladly eat Tofurky pizzas with Daiya any day of the week. I can’t wait until Vegan Pizza Day 2011.