• Pieology

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Pizza chain restaurant with customizable, made-to-order pizzas with vegan cheese alternative, choice of vegetable toppings as well as plant-based meatballs and spicy sausage rounds. Only gluten-free crust is vegan. Also offers customizable, made-to-order salads, lemonade and ice tea. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-10:30pm, Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by JesseIves


Points +219

27 Nov 2022

Only gluten free crust is vegan

I'm still holding a grudge against Pieology because I mistakenly ate their original crust thinking it was vegan a while back (which admittedly was my fault for not checking; I got them confused with Mod Pizza who have a similar setup but their crust is actually vegan; plus, Piology's crust used to be vegan, like most crusts!). Their only vegan crust is the gluten free, which costs $3 extra. While I'm glad they have something for our glutenless friends, I am irked by having to pay extra to avoid the dairy and then ending up with what tastes like a giant cracker. Their original thin and thick crusts have milk ingredients, and their cauliflower crust contains milk and eggs (not that I was particularly interested in a cauliflower crust). Ironically their garlic herb butter blend does seem to be vegan (does not contain dairy/eggs per the allergen statement, maybe fact-check that for yourself). Overall I found their menu (particularly in-store) made it difficult to build a vegan pizza. They do have Daiya (ol' reliable but kinda mediocre) and plant-based meatballs/sausage (which I can't vouch for, not a fan of faux meats in general).
I strongly prefer MOD Pizza for vegan crust/sauce taste/ease of ordering.

Updated from previous review on 2022-09-24

Pros: Has Daiya

Cons: You're paying $3 extra for a GF crust, Sneaky dairy in the original crust



Points +21

17 Jun 2018

Only GF crust is vegan.

Only the gluten free crust is vegan. Reports of the regular white crust as vegan are inaccurate.


Points +199

16 Feb 2018

good food

good pizza, but the timings are wrong, I turned up at a quarter to 10 on a Friday and they were closed, tried to get the closing time off the staff still there so I knew for future, but for some reason they were disgustingly rude and wouldn't give me the times and just kept laughing at me. very odd.


Points +606

06 Oct 2016

Very good pizza

I had the Rustic Vegan, and it was very good. Super thin crust, good amount of veggies and Daiya cheeze. Would go again.


Points +133

18 Jun 2015

decent in a pinch

Pieology is a newer chain of pizza restaurants. The premise is like Chipotle. You start with a choice of crust (white, whole wheat, or Gluten Free). The white and whole wheat are vegan, unsure of GF. The crust is about 12" round, perfect for 1. Next up you pick your sauce, we got 1 with red sauce and 1 with BBQ, both begin with a brushing of olive oil. We opted to try no cheese on one and added Daiya vegan mozz to the other. I remember when Pieology first opened they didn't have that option, so they must be open to feedback, and I'm glad they added it, maybe they will be open to adding Field Roast sausage or Tofurkey pepperoni in the future. It's a bummer that it is $2 to add Daiya, but maybe over time that could change. Next up you get to pick your veggies, and they are unlimited and none of them cost any upgrade charges. We both added about 4-5 toppings. The red sauce pie we left cheeseless and the sauce didn't stand out, almost like there was no seasoning to it. The pie was still good and satisfying. The BBQ pie we added the Daiya to and it was really good, though by the end the sauce was a bit cloying. At about $8 per pizza it's a nice option to have, especially when you are in the suburbs and just waiting for traffic to die down a little.

Pros: Quick, decent price

Cons: $2 upgrade for Daiya, No veggie "meats"

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