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Two Boots is a pizza chain that offers limitless vegan options if you build your own pie (the crust and sauce is vegan).
They also offer a few already vegan pizzas on the menu, including the "Earth Mother", which has a whole-wheat crust and various veggies like mushrooms, peppers, onions, and spinach; the "Night Tripper", which is sun-dried tomato, roasted garlic, and jalapeno pesto; and the "Larry Tate", which is a spinach, plum tomato, and garlic pizza. The "Earth Mother" is also available by the slice.
Note that the jalapeno pesto is vegan and has a pine nut base. The basil pesto contains dairy.
Two Boots delivers until midnight.
on Mar 10 12
(last updated Mar 10 12)
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Am not a big fan of pizza, and I prefer to eat at veg restaurants rather than to eat veg food at meat restaurants, but I must admit I am glad VegGuide.org led me to this place, which I found to be a very worthy alternative to Bloodroot as a rest stop on my way to or from NYC. Two Boots is much easier to get on and off I-95 than is Bloodroot, and though located in the center of downtown the street parking here is easy to find. Downtown also is much more appetizing than is the urban decay of the rest of Bridgeport, which you pass through if you take the short route to Bloodroot, rather than the circuitous route Bloodroot advises in order to steer you away from the blight. And unlike Bloodroot, Two Boots is open throughout the entire day and late into the night.
As for the vegan cheese pizza at Two Boots, the "V for Vegan" pizza is featured prominently on the menu, or you can customize your own, and they offer whole wheat crust as an option at no extra charge. The whole wheat crust is soft, not crisp, so I don't recommend getting the largest size pie, else each slice droop and spill its toppings all over the place. My one time so far eating here was midday, during which the small interior was very comfortable, but I suspect they draw a large crowd at night when they offer live music, usually with a cover charge. In any case, certainly worth the stop off I-95 before the music begins.
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