Address: 2033 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley 94702
Area: East Bay
Phone: (510) 845-1652
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegan Friendly)
Restaurant Type: Pizza
Vegan Dessert: No
Accepts credit card: Yes
Parking: Street parking.
Notes: This is a pub with microbrewery beers on tap. I don't drink so no idea if they are vegan or not. I do know they have vegan pizzas (thin or thick crust) as well as calzones available. They are well-known for their vegan tofu ricotta cheese (made from Tofutti sour cream). A deep dish pizza has 10 big slices, and costs about $23. Ample for 4-5 people. Outdoor patio seating also available.
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Average rating: 3.43 / 5.0 Based on 7 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|The vegan pizza is a mild tasting tofu concoction and they pile it on thick -- I don't like globs and globs of tofu on my pizza. But I like it when I get one piece with the "notta ricotta" and one with other and then spread the toppings and cheese around. So there's potential. The salads are huge and full of beans. The staff is knowledgeable about vegan options (including which beers to get).||cinnazimt
|Vegan calzone is huge (and delicious), it definitely feeds two. Tons of fresh gooey vegan ricotta and sauce. My only wish was that it had more veggies, but will request a few add-ins next time.||Dana
|The food is pretty good but not great. Fun atmosphere.||Warren
|mediocre pizza: claims tb ny style but crust cracks instead of bending; topping has no trace of olive oil; sause overly sweet and otherwise tasteless. salads large but mostly lettuce and bread sticks.||lenr
|Split a vegan calzone, they are huge. It was really good, the tofu ricotta is tasty. Had to order some sauce to put on top, not enough inside. They have a vegan eggplant dish that sounds good too.||kit
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