Soft, squishy garlic knots served with piping hot marinara sauce. Homemade vegan ranch dressing that combines Vegenaise with almond milk and spices to create a creamy, flavorful dipping sauce. And then, there’s the pizza. Vegan pizza.
Pizza Company is basically a one-man operation. Joey, the owner, takes his business seriously. So, when his neighbor at the little strip mall where is shop is located, suggested he start to offer vegan options, he listened.
What do we love? Other than how rad Joey is (and how personable), the food speaks for itself. Those garlic knots are perfection. So is the ranch.
As for the pizza, it’s really good, too. Cheese here is Daiya, although they do make their own, too. But, if you’re like us and not a fan of the cheese, that’s ok. He will sub out the cheese for two veggie toppings. Which is what we did. The result? A crispy, flavorful pie we couldn’t even finish because we stuff so many garlic knots in our mouth. Pizza Company is also constantly adding things to their vegan offerings, including the Beyond Meat sausage crumble.
What’s more? Top off the pizza goodness with a vegan brownie.
Looking for more vegan pizza in Las Vegas? Here’s a handy-dandy guide to vegan pizza in town.
2275 E. Sunset Rd.; 702-363-9300;11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Diana Edelman is the founder of Vegans, Baby and has emerged as the face of plant-based dining in Las Vegas and the leading plant-based restaurant consultant in the city. She spent a decade in the travel blogging world before switching gears to work in elephant rescue in Thailand. Diana travels the world to meet chefs and try vegan food, as well as speak at events focusing on travel, tourism, veganism and entrepreneurship. She’s a partner with the prestigious James Beard Foundation and curates their Vegas Vegan Dinners at the James Beard House. Diana is also a partner with Life is Beautiful, curating the all-vegan Farm Stand.