If you think “pizza” and “healthy” are antonyms, think again. The Pizza Plant is here to smash that notion in style, whipping up 100% organic, nutrient-dense pies that taste just as good as the eats dished out at your run-of-the-mill pizza joint. Everything on the menu is gluten-free, organic, and vegan, but don’t think only health nuts can enjoy the fare. These meat and cheese substitutes are so on-point, they’ve been known to fool avid carnivores across Los Angeles, CA. Even if you have zero dietary restrictions, you’ll want to hit up this truck ASAP and grab a slice.
The menu has a little bit of everything, sporting a dish to cater to virtually every palate. Grab a Yes, We Will Take You To Funghi Town and enjoy an earthy mix of mushrooms, pumpkin seed pesto, and red onions. Meat-lover? There are plenty of vegan takes on pepperoni, sausage, and more that grace these pies, packed with the same savory flavor as the real deal. Fan of pineapple on pizza? If you’re on the pro side of this heated debate, grab a slice of The Big Island. Whatever you try, it’s sure to please your palate despite its bevy of nutritious ingredients. So, what are you waiting for? Stop by and satisfy your pizza cravings. Even better? Book The Pizza Plant for your next event. You won’t regret it.
The Sink Not Included - This pie is smothered in loads of toppings including, but not limited to, sausage, pepperoni, bell peppers, black olives, and so, so, so much more all seasoned with a generous dose ‘o oregano.
I come from the TV business. I believe titles should tell you what the show is. We make plant-based pizzas and are a manufacturing plant of pizzas. The Pizza Plant. Tada!
I’m not the chef. Our corporate culinary executive, Rachel Carr, and I worked together to develop and shape the menu. She’s a creative creature who simply loves food.
My father passed away. I had not shared a pizza with him in 8 years because of my plant-based diet. Heard his voice, “If the pizza you would eat doesn’t exist, make it.”
I’ve been operating businesses since I was 18. Thus, the answer is my parents. They always encouraged me to build a business, not a job.
Southern California’s Equinox Holiday Party. 1,300 Equinox staff members, carnivores by profession, devouring our food with no clue it was all 100% plant based.
I love them all but if push comes to shove I’d state the Sink Not Included, which is our meat lover’s pizza in honor of my father. He loved everything on his pizza.
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