Pizzetta offers vegan cheese, specifically Daiya brand, along with unsubstantiated claims about being environmentally and nutritionally conscious, the latter manifested by their not adding sugar to their sauce. Pizzetta’s heart is in the right place, as they hosted a free vegan pizza party, which I attended, so can attest that its thin and crunchy white flour crust is not the usual glop that passes for pizza, and being thin and therefore scant it did not as much paste up my digestion, as does all white flour. I do not understand others’ praise for Daiya cheese, though, as I shun salt, and its overwhelming taste is only of salt.
It is a fun place to eat, and provides easy parking, a big plus for the downtown Mystic. I would not recommend going out of your way to dine here, but if you're in Mystic anyway, this is the place to eat, that is, if you eat white flour. When you place your order, please plant the seed that you would much prefer a crust comprised at least one-half of whole grain.