All Reviews by akina
487 Cambridge St, Allston, USA
Go to Peace o' Pie and feast, vegans (et al.)!
My partner and I stopped by Peace o'Pie on our way through Boston sort of by accident. We were looking for TJ Scallywaggle's, which we had not yet heard is actually closed. We found Peace o'Pie in the same location.
The menu here is just like a good pizza shop should be - short. They have pizzas, calzones and breads (i.e. garlic and cheese). They have some combos, but you can also just design your own. We tried the EP and the MD combos and both were fantastic. We also got the calzones. I had not had a calzone since before my vegan days and I almost melted with joy. They give you a choice of daiya cheese and vegan gourmet cheese. To anyone who hasn't tried daiya - it is worth the extra $1.50.
The food: chewy, thick crusts, very fresh and flavorful sauce, great quality veggies and a good amount of cheese on top. Best vegan pizza and calzone I have ever had.
The restaurant: Cozy and clean. Really well designed.
The staff: Unbelievably friendly and very enthusiastic about vegan food. We hung out and chatted with one of the co-owners for the entire time our pizzas took to be ready and delicious.
Bonus: They sell vegan goodies in addition to their food, including Dr. Cow Treenut cheese, Dandies marshmallows, Daiya cheese and candies.
Thank you to the gents and ladies at Peace o' Pie! You made two long drives very worthwhile.
100 W University Pkwy, Baltimore, USA
Good enough for Baltimore
Being one of the few really vegan-friendly restaurants in Baltimore, One World is just okay. The food is never very special or exceptionally delicious. The vegan quesadillas and meatball subs tend to be good. Also, the vegan muffins are super-moist and flavorful, while the other vegan desserts aren't that great. My favorite thing about One World is the staff. The waiters and bartenders are really friendly and the owners are always working in the restaurant as well.