Lucifers

March 10, 2013

in gluten free, restaurant, vegan

Located right next door to M Cafe and All About the Bread is a pizza place called Lucifers.

DSCN6032

This is the old Pinkberry stall, and it is teeny tiny…

DSCN6035

…so we sat outside.

DSCN6042

I asked for a personal size of the Roast Pumpkin and Prosciutto – veganized…

DSCN6033

…not realizing that meant extra – in fact, I’m kinda confused. It looks like they charge for REGULAR cheese?

DSCN6034

Even with my Scoutmob deal for 1/2 off, this tiny pie came out to be over $10 with a soda…

DSCN6047

…which I felt was a bit much.

DSCN6049

DSCN6054

Wound up eating about 3.5 slices…

DSCN6052

…it was good – but honestly, not $20 good.

DSCN6060

That’s when I realized…

DSCN6031

…they had mistakenly made my order gluten free?!? All the pictures I saw online were of a chewy, doughy crust – no wonder it was so $$$ and mediocre!

DSCN6066

Napped the allergy-free pie away the rest of the day, woke up, ate a snack, and went to see the Side Effects, which we enjoyed…

DSCN6070

…snuck in a couple Japanese candies – Abe had 1 of the purple guys.

DSCN6077.JPG

Don’t forget about Daylight Savings today – here’s my movie reminder (screening at The Roxie at the end of the month)!

Lucifers Pizza on Urbanspoon

{ 4 comments }

1 Lez March 10, 2013 at 10:10 am

So strange that they charge extra even for regular cheese. And seeing how they charge $3.00 for vegan cheese, at least you got *a lot* of it on your pizza to make up for the price. I actually thought you ordered a white pizza, but it’s just covered in cheese. =X

2 Angela March 10, 2013 at 12:01 pm

Ohhhh…but if you are gluten-free, Lucifer’s is heaven!

3 Chanté March 10, 2013 at 12:13 pm

I pass there once a week and always wonder why they chose the name:( You poor girl, that pizza does not look good! (Refund! Lol)I saw ‘Side Effects’ just a few days ago! Too funny ;)

4 purelymichelle March 10, 2013 at 2:53 pm

oh man that pizza looks amazing!

Comments on this entry are closed.

Previous post:

Next post: