- $15 for $25 worth of local, organic cuisine for dine-in
Burger With The Works pizza is crafted with an omnivorous mix of seasoned ground beef, bacon, fresh tomato, red onion, and a duo of cheeses, living on the same menu as the Veggin’ Out, which boasts a fresh vibe of roasted portobello and zucchini, onion, tomato, and marinara sauce. Pizzas can be made with soy or dairy-free cheese, mimicking the gluten-free vegan soyrizo breakfast scramble, which is served on the all-day breakfast menu. Salad lovers may take satiating stabs at the mango avocado salad brimming with wild arugula, cucumber, and fresh lemon. Free range roasted chicken breast and a barbecue wrap that can be made vegan or with chicken or steak round out the main courses, while a decadent flourless chocolate cake steals the show.
Guests may also pair meals with a large selection of local craft beers on tap or a beer flight of four different draft brews. Bottled wines are also available.
How rare is it to find a menu that satisfies vegans, meat eaters, and gluten-free eaters alike? The family behind EVO Kitchen knows the importance of pleasing palates of varying tastes, and so put together a menu lauded by the Whole Life Times for doing just that. Their wraps, for one, are baked in house and come with stuffings of free-range chicken, veggie "chicken," or a glut of local and organic vegetables. Customizable pizza ingredients—from the crust to the toppings—also give you the option to order a pie vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free. In fact, almost all of the eatery's offerings can be configured to be vegan or gluten-free; diners need only ask or start a challenging game of charades with the server.