I recently re-visited Pizzazz with some (non-vegan) family members and it was a great place for all of us to eat together. The menu is two-sided, with one side featuring only vegan options, including vegan versions of many of the items listed on the omnivore side of the menu (chicken parmesan, gluten-free pesto pizza, etc.). Pizzazz uses Daiya cheese and Gardein faux chicken, so the cheese on the pizza actually melts and the chicken has a very realistic texture. The vegan desserts now come from Emily's Desserts. Everything that I ate was delicious.
My only complaint about Pizzazz is that it did not seem to be very busy when we visited, yet the restaurant was out of several salad ingredients. I got the impression that they just don't stock strawberries and other summer produce when they're not in season, but I wish that they would create a separate winter menu to reflect this.
Original Review: August 28, 2009
Pizzazz has a few solid vegan entrees: a vegan burger, a raw wrap, fettuccine primavera, plus all pizzas can be made with soy or rice cheese. The best part about Pizzazz, however, is that Brunie's Bakery supplies three vegan cakes each week, including one gluten-free and one sugar-free (agave sweetened). The cakes from Brunie's are out of this world!
Note: The breakfast menu is not nearly as vegan-friendly.