Where to Find Vegan Pizza in Hoboken, Jersey City, + Beyond

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Yes, believe it or not, dairy-free pizza is delicious and not impossible to find. In fact, Hoboken + Jersey City riddled with local spots that offer up more than just the ordinary {and often boring} veggie toppings. Instead, these locales serve numerous vegan pies complete with vegan cheese. Here’s a roundup of five tasty vegan pizza spots in Hoboken, Jersey City, and beyond for your dairy-free needs.


Hungry Like The Wolf {700 1st Street, Hoboken}

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This delivery/takeout pizza spot is 100% vegan. While continually experimenting with new flavors, the menu consists of five solid vegan staples guaranteed to please: Buffalo Cauliflower {roasted cauliflower, buffalo sauce, vegan cheese, vegan ranch, and cilantro for $17 or $27}, Impossible Pizza {impossible “meat,” caramelized onions, vegan tomato sauce, pickled jalapeño, fresh tomatoes, vegan cheddar, and chives for $18 or $28}, BBQ Jackfruit {pulled BBQ jackfruit, pineapple, red onions, vegan mozzarella, scallion, and vegan bbq sauce for $16 or $26}, Vegan Vodka {broccoli, roasted red peppers, vegan mozzarella, and vegan vodka sauce for $17 or $27}, and the classic Margherita {vegan tomato sauce, vegan mozzarella, fresh basil, olive oil drizzle for $14 or $24}. Be sure to also try the delicious vegan brownies while there.

The Brick {1122 Washington Street, Hoboken}

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A must-try vegan pie is The Brick’s BBQ Pulled Pork {not real pork} made with pulled young jackfruit and red onions, sautéed in BBQ sauce, and all topped with cilantro and lime juice. The vegan margaritas and classic pies are also safe choices as well. Each of the restaurant’s six pies can be made gluten-free upon request, too.

Tony Boloney’s {263 1st Street, Hoboken}

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Tony Boloney’s not only features an extensive vegan pizza menu using nut-free vegan cheese but even has a “Build Your Own Vegan Pizza” menu. And the toppings aren’t your run-of-the-mill veggie toppings. We’re talking vegan eggplant meatball, vegan pepperoni, potato chips, pumpkin seeds, crushed peanuts, eggplant cutlet, and broccoli rabe. Please note that the gluten-free crust is not vegan.

Ready to order vegan pies include the Phoni Roni {picy marinara, vegan mozzarella, and vegan pepperoni for $17.50, $30, or $5}, Wok-A-Flaka Za {red curry, Brussel sprouts, bamboo, sesame seed, and Thai basil for $15, $25, or $4.5}, Veatball That Mama Never made {breadcrumb, eggplant meatball, garlic + herbs, marinara, vegan mozzarella for $17.50, $30, or $5}, and so much more.

Read More: The 12 Best Vegan Food Spots in Jersey City

Jersey City

Porta {135 Newark Avenue, Jersey City}

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Porta has both a vegan and vegetarian menu of pizzas. The three vegan pies on the menu include the Marinara {San Marzano tomatoes, garlic, oregano, and extra virgin olive oil for $10}, Rita + Mark {San Marzano tomatoes, vegan mozzarella, vegan parm, garlic, dried oregano, basil, and extra virgin olive oil for $16}, Snawzeech {San Marzano tomatoes, garlic, cashew ricotta, broccoli rabe, vegan sausage, crushed red pepper, and extra virgin olive oil for $16}. And while Porta does not allow for any substitutions, the restaurant is happy to make any deletions, so all of the five vegetarian pies can be made vegan by removing the cheese.

Two Boots {133 Newark Avenue, Jersey City} 

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Two Boots, known for its delicious cornmeal crusts, always has a popular {even amongst non-vegans} V for Vegan pie available by the slice. But taking a look at the menu, you will be pleasantly surprised that there are seven different vegan pizzas available for purchase by the pie {small, medium, large} – Earth Mother Pizza, Super Vegan Pizza, Vegan Larry Tate {a white pie with no marinara sauce}, Vegan Tony Clifton Pizza, V for Vegan Pizza, the Bubba Pizza, and Vegan Night Tripper Pizza.

Greater NJ Area

Napoli Wood Fired Pizza + Bakery {702 Anderson Avenue, Cliffside Park} 

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This popular Neapolitan style thin crust pizza spot in Cliffside Park offers delicious and creative vegan options. Inquire about the daily vegan special, which is subject to the availability of fresh vegan ingredients. Vegan specials have included a gluten-free vegan sausage pie using violife mozzarella and the famous Beyond Meat sausage, and a pie chock-full of vegan ground beef and jalapeños.

See More: 12 Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Hoboken

Double Zero {65 2nd Avenue, New York}

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Famous vegan chef Matthew Kenney has a plant-based pizza restaurant, which also features an extensive sustainable wine menu, in the East Village. Pizza is made in a custom-built wood-burning oven using tree-nut cheeses. Delicious options include the Truffle Cashew Cream {wild mushrooms, baby kale, and lemon vinaigrette}, Farro-Fennel Sausage {tomato and cashew mozzarella}, and the Spicy Marinara Arrabbiata {shiitake bacon, cauliflower, macadamia ricotta, and basil}. The menu is split into “Pizza” and “Not Pizza,” so diners can enjoy a pizza with a delicious vegan pasta or vegan cheese platter. Dessert here is a must, so save room for the cheesecake too.


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Jen Gonzalez is the owner/founder of Doody Free Girl, a colon hydrotherapy practice in downtown Jersey City. Born and raised in New Jersey, Jen graduated from the University of Miami, FL with a degree in business — but after discovering a passion for health and alternative wellness while working at her family's business, she realized how easy it is to lead an unhealthy lifestyle in today's corporate environment. Now, she works as a colon hydrotherapist and certified nutritional consultant. On Hoboken Girl, she'll be sharing all of the cool vegan/veggie/healthy options there are to discover in Jersey City.