Plant-based pizza can be found in New York City’s East Village at Matthew Kenney‘s recently opened vegan eatery, 00+Co. There’s a lot options packed into the small 50 person pizzeria. 00+Co features “…a plant-based menu that includes wood-fired pizzas with cheese made from nuts. The menu also features vegetable-focussed small plates, and a selection of organic wines.” – Eater

There is “…plenty on the menu for the refined palates of NYC’s raw foodies—think crimini mushroom crudo with blood orange, white balsamic, and fennel seed, or beet ravioli with pistachio pesto and Meyer lemon cream.” Well + Good

“It has been more than a decade since Kenney left New York, the city he called home for 20 years…the restaurateur is making a triumphant return, opening 00 + Co, a vegan pizza and small plates restaurant in the East Village…”

“In this case, it seems fair to say that two’s a trend. “I think there’s a tipping point coming relatively soon,” Kenney insisted when we chatted by phone about his new ventures, the sudden ubiquity of “clean” foods, and the benefits of the plant-based diet.” – Vogue

Matthew Kenney’s minimally processed, plant-based food empire includes Plant Food + Wine in Venice Beach, California and Miami, Florida, and The Gothic and PlantLoft in Belfast, Maine. He is also the founder of the Matthew Kenney Culinary Academy, offering raw food education in Venice Beach, Miami, Belfast, Hua Hin, Thailand, and online. He’s also published 11 titles dedicated to raw and plant-based cooking.

“In the kitchen, you’ll find students from all over the world coming to learn how to turn raw or minimally processed, plant-based ingredients into artful plates of delicious food.” – LA Weekly