We’re fortunate in Vegas that we have quite a selection of vegan pizza options. Vegas is not Portland so we don’t have an entirely vegan pizza joint, but we do have a number of places that offer vegan pizzas. Below are the current options in Las Vegas. If you live in another part of the country, you might have one of these other great options for vegan pizza >>
VEGAN PIZZA IN THE VEGAS VALLEY
Pizza Fusion – New to town, this franchise prides itself on environmentally-friendly food. They have organic pizzas and deliver in hybrid cars. They can do gluten-free and of course, vegan too. They offer two different kinds of vegan cheeses (soy or soy-free) and they also have vegan chick’n! The place is on Eastern in Henderson near Trader Joe’s.
Sammy’s Wood Fired Pizza – This small chain revised their menus recently to add Daiya vegan cheese as an option. So any pizza can now be made vegan if you omit the meat and sub the cheese for Daiya.
Whole Foods – You can have a custom pizza created for you in the deli area. One option is to use vegan cheese if you like. The pizzas are very reasonable prices for such large pizzas. And it’s nice that you can order your pizza, do your grocery shopping, and they pick up your pizza to take home.
Slice of Vegas Pizzaoffers some vegan options by having vegan cheese on the menu. They also have one pizza called “the Vegan” described as using the “house crust and pizza sauce topped with Daiya Mozzarella and a hearty mix of marinated mix veggies of zucchini, squash, red onion, roasted pepper and eggplant.”
Pop Up Pizza on Main Street has a vegan pizza too. I haven’t been there myself yet but I’m told that they’ll serve it by the slice!
Radio City Pizzeria in Tivoli Village (Summerlin) serves up vegan pies as well as gluten-free crusts if you ask.
Of course, you can always make your own vegan pizza at home, too. There are a few good websites that can tell you how. Check out http://www.vegan-pizza.com/ for some good tips and lots of recipes.
Lastly, there’s the option that vegans of the 1980s and 90s had: order cheeseless pizza from nearly any traditional pizzeria. You can enjoy your pizza piled high with veggies without meat or cheese.