10 Spots for Vegan Pizza in Metro Detroit
A slice of cheesy pizza goodness always hits the spot! Metro Detroit is known for its wide variety of pies, including Detroit-style, thin-crust, and Napoletana. There are so many options to delight your taste buds! Whether you’re planning a night in or going out, check out these 10 spots for vegan-friendly pizza in Metro Detroit.
If you’re looking for bold flavors and creative toppings, you gotta check out Pie-Sci! Their menu features basic veggie or cheese pizzas, or amp it up with one of their specials, like Taco’s Modern Life (vegan cheese, walnut chorizo, roasted corn, and radish slaw). Specialty pizza concoctions rotate regularly—if you see something you like, get over there fast! Oh, and make sure you grab one of their Cloud Bites (a vegan and gluten-free ice cream cookie sandwich)!
Interested in trying Detroit-style pizza? Look no further than Grandma Bob’s! Almost all of their thick, crusty deep-dish pies can be made vegan. Grab a Hawaiian ‘za loaded with vegan chorizo, pickled jalapeno, red onion, cilantro, and of course, pineapple! Your pizza order isn’t complete without some of their vegan cheese bread and a cup or cone of pink vanilla or chocolate custard! Go on, treat yo’self!
Right in the heart of fashionable Ferndale, Como’s is serving up pizza pies of all kinds! Their fun menu includes a vegan Wimp featuring Calabrian chilis, jalapeno, banana peppers, and homemade bee-free spicy honey. If that’s too hot for your taste buds, check out the Opa with spinach, olives, dill, garlic, and onion.
Diners flock to Renee’s for their unbelievably tasty NY- and Chicago-style gluten-free pies that can also be made vegan! We suggest building yours with vegan cheese and a rainbow of veggie combinations. Pair your ‘za with a vegan cheese flatbread or take the healthy route with one of their fresh salads.
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Love authentic Italian cuisine? Then head to Bigalora for their wood-fired Napoletana-style pizza! Many of the pies can be ordered plant-based by adding vegan cheese. Their menu features red and white pizzas with tasty toppings like wood-roasted veggies, fresh mushrooms, and artichokes. Whatever you choose, make sure you start with an order of their wood-roasted sweet potatoes finished with a sweet balsamic glaze.
This fun-loving carry-out pizzeria is the perfect place to go for an evening of Netflix and chill. They offer multiple vegan pies and desserts! Build your own pizza with Daiya cheese and a huge list of toppings, such as eggplant, veggie sausage, and more. Or, go with one of their creative concoctions like the Vegan Hawaiian or Ultimate Veggie Supreme. Don’t forget to add on an order of their sweet Bam Bam bread!
This hip little café has four great vegan pizza options. Each is made with Amici’s house-made wheat bran crust and topped with Violife cheese. Try the Vegan Pesto (fresh pesto, roasted garlic, tomatoes, and broccoli) or the Vegan Artichoke (spinach, walnuts, artichoke, and tomatoes).
You can quickly fill your pizza craving at this fast-casual pizzeria. The dough for these wood-fired pizzas is made daily and only includes real ingredients, no fillers or preservatives! Go for the 11-inch vegan pizza topped with spicy chorizo, green peppers, onion, and basil. If that’s not your jam, you can build your own and top it with whatever you’re craving.
Right in the heart of Downtown Detroit, this pizzeria is flipping NY-style pizzas! Their menu includes vegan cheese and a 10-inch crust. Pizza fans can create their own pies with a wide selection of veggies including wild mushrooms, olives, spinach, banana peppers, and more!
This independent pizza chain has been serving Metro Detroit since 1946! These one-of-a-kind Detroit-style pies are known for their crunchy crust and rich house-made marinara sauce. The deep-dish cheesy ‘zas are best topped with a hearty helping of veggies, including roasted red peppers, beets, and olives.
Rebecca Gade Sawicki@veggiesabroad
Rebecca lives in Metro Detroit and is the creator of the vegan travel blog Veggies Abroad, which was born from her love of travel, and the question she gets asked after every trip, “What in the world did you eat?” When she isn’t checking out new vegan hot spots, you can find her hanging out with her furry children or daydreaming about traveling to new destinations full of vegan food.
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