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    Whether you’re cutting back on your calorie intake or just browsing for Meatless Monday dinner ideas, here’s a list of vegetarian-friendly pizzas that will make even the most carnivorous of meat-eaters question their sanity. Here are five unbelievably good vegetable pizzas you should eat in Louisville right now.

    1. Veggie Delight

    Wick’s Pizza Parlor
    In Louisville:
    975 Baxter Avenue, (502) 458-1828
    2927 Goose Creek Road, (502) 327-9425
    12717 Shelbyville Road, (502) 213-9425
    In New Albany:
    225 State Street, (812) 945-9425

    Image: TripAdvisor

    Looking for the perfect way to prank your carnivore friends into loving something vegetarian? This overload of both green and black olives, crunchy green peppers and onions, juicy tomatoes and fresh mushrooms covered by a thick layer of melted cheese is sure to do the trick. Finish it with a generous slice of Wick's colorfully fruity Tie-Dye Cheesecake. 

    2. Portobello Bello

    Boombozz Taphouse​
    In Louisville:1448 Bardstown Road, (502) 458-8889
    3939 Shelbyville Road, (502) 896-9090
    1890 S Hurstbourne Parkway, (502) 491-4111
    13401 Shelbyville Road, Suite 101, (502) 254-1111
    1315 Herr Lane, (502) 394-0000
    In Jeffersonville:
    1450 Veterans Parkway, (812) 913-4171

    In Indianapolis:
    2430 E. 146th Street, (317) 843-2666

    Image: Boombozz

    We’ve all heard of Portobello mushroom veggie burgers, so how about a Portobello mushroom pizza? Deliciously crisp crust is glazed with garlic olive oil and topped with plenty of Portobello mushroom slices, fresh spinach, perfectly roasted red peppers and mozzarella, asiago and fontina cheeses. It’s no wonder this one is an International Gourmet Pizza winner. Finish it with Boombozz's One Hot Cookie, a pizza-sized chocolate chip cookie topped with thick vanilla ice cream. 


    3. The Greek

    The Original Impellizzeri’s Pizza
    110 West Main Street, (502) 589-4900
    1381 Bardstown Road, (502) 454-2711
    4933 Brownsboro Road, (502) 425-9080

    Image: The Original Impellizzeri's Pizza

    In lieu of marinara, this pizza is sauced with olive oil and is topped with freshly chopped tomatoes, crunchy red onion, baby spinach, thick meaty artichokes and delicate feta cheese. It might sound light, but even your meat-loving friends will agree that this is one heck of a filling meal. Add a side Greek salad to get the most out of your Greek flavor experience. 

    4. Butternut Squash

    Garage Bar
    700 East Market Street, (502) 749-7100

    Image: Garage Bar

    Vegetarian or not, you’ve never had pizza like this before. The Garage takes it to a whole new level with this one-of-a-kind pie which features thick brown butter, both mozzarella and creamy white cheese, tangy pickled onions and a top layer of plenty of fresh arugula and pecans. Wash it down with a nice tall glass of honey lavender lemonade. 

    5. The White Flag

    The Post
    1045 Goss Avenue, (502)635-2020

    Image: Yelp

    White flags are known to signal surrender, so it’s no surprise how this pizza got its name. Crunchy red onions, zesty red pepper, fresh spinach and basil and mounds of ricotta layered heavily on The Post’s garlic olive oil sauce is enough to make any set of taste buds surrender to this vegetarian treat. And if you don't want to order the whole pizza but are hungry for more than just an individual slice, you can try this mouthwatering topping combination in a calzone. 

    Image courtesy of Shutterstock/AnastasiaB

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