• Double Zero

  • Pizza Vegetarian/Vegan $11-$22
  • 65 Second Ave.
    New York, NY 10003
  • Neighborhood: East Village
  • Phone: 212-777-1608
It’s easier than ever to find vegan pizza in New York. But for a truly top-notch wood-fired version, Double Zero (named for the flour type, of course, not the clothing size) is worth a visit. Matthew Kenney — who first made his name at the now-shuttered Pure Food and Wine — is behind the establishment, which offers up an extensive list of both pies and vegetable-heavy sides in a mellow, modern-Italian setting. A half-head of roasted cauliflower will satiate until the pizza arrives; unlike other versions, the leaves are cooked, too. For the main event, the standard tomato and basil made with a cashew mozzarella, is solid; an option with balsamic, radicchio, and fig sounds intriguing but is too heavy on the olive tapenade. A standout is the truffle cashew cream and wild mushroom, which cuts its richness with baby kale and lemon vinaigrette for an ideally balanced pie. All around, the crust is so spot-on that even the crust-averse will have empty plates.
  • Hours

    Mon-Wed, 5pm-11pm Thu-Fri, 3pm-midnight Sat, Noon-midnight Sun, noon-11pm

  • Prices


  • Payment

    American Express Discover MasterCard

  • Special Features

    Dine at the Bar Notable Chef Brunch - Weekend Open Kitchens / Watch the Chef Reservations Not Required Online Reservation

  • Alcohol

    Full Bar

  • Reservations


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