This one is carry-out from Hammy’s. They deliver, but I’m juuuust outside their delivery area. The first time I called they said it was all right, but I didn’t want to push it. And since we’re only semi-employed right now, delivery and tip money should instead be laundry money.
This is their “make your own” personal pizza, about 8 inches across. And yes, there’s a good cup or so of vegetables on there. I got artichoke hearts, mushrooms, onion, and olives with the garlic-oil base. Then when I got it home, I stole some of Tom’s roasted garlic (whole cloves!), tossed on some sun-dried tomatoes, and threw it in the oven for 5 minutes. That’s a mean-ass $6 pizza there. The 17-incher would run $18, but it’ll feed three.
It’s a regular ol’ pizza place, not specifically vegan, but you can either go cheeseless or try their vegan parmesan (I think it’s almond-based, and with Tom’s nut allergy we try to avoid all things tree nut around here). And you can choose from 17 vegetables, plus basil and pine nuts. Most importantly, I’ve never found any castaways—you know, little bits of things you didn’t order that you might not even notice until it’s too late and the gag reflex kicks in. I have total confidence in this pizza, so much so that I can eat it without scanning before each bite. (It’s my disease and it hurts no one else, so don’t even.)
The only problem I have with Hammy’s is that the vegetable pieces are so big that they tend to fall off. I know, boo-freakin’-hoo.