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Vegan Pizza Heaven


Remember that pizza I wanted to do weird things to? It came from Satchel's, the best (and hippest) pizza joint in Gainesville. If you ever find yourself driving around the Swamp, you're sure to see a member or twelve of the unwashed masses repping an "AtchelSay IzzaPay" bumper sticker right next to the "Coexist" one and the Prius symbol. Fun fact: my lady friends and I made "AtchelSay IzzaPay" our code word for "this dude's a creeper, let's leave this party without discussing it out loud" in college. It was effective and crazy fun to say. 

Anyway, you should know the main thing that attracts me to a pizza place is its selection of vegan pizza (because of the lactose intolerance, not because I'm vegan--just to be clear) and this place actually has options--plural! Instead of just pulling the cheese off of the pie, they offer two cheese substitutes, one tapioca based and the other soy based. They also offer a gluten free crust if that's what you're into, but I went for the crust of the fluffy, gluten-filled variety. It was amaze-balls. 

Some other awesome things about this place: they make their own soda in house, they're cash only so that every time you use the ATM it donates the fee to charity, there's a VW bus in the outside dining area that you can sit inside of for your meal, the servers take your orders on iPhones and when you walk behind the restaurant, you find Lightnin' Salvage Enterprises--a junk museum/store/venue/all-around awesome place to play with your new camera.

If you're ever in Gainesville, be sure to stop by when you have some time to sit back and relax. The pizza takes a while, but the house salad is amaaahzing and they serve wine/beer, so go get you some.

7 comments:

  1. I'm not going to lie, I got super duper excited when I scrolled through this post and was like, SATCHEL'S!! I'm so jealous, I need to visit again! :) Did you grow up in Gainesville/go to UF or Santa Fe?

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  2. I want to go to Gainesville just for this place!

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  3. I have no idea when I'd ever be in Gainesville but that pizza looks delicious & the atmosphere of it looks so cute too! Vegan pizza is a must for me too, I'm lactose intolerant and celiac. :(
    xx

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  4. This place sounds like it should open up in Portland!

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  5. tapioca based fake cheese???? crazy! this place looks amazing. i'm with brooke - i want to go to gainesville just to try it!

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  6. Kay, that pizza looks yum!! And I seriously love all your pictures! (: That cd wall... I need one!

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  7. Hello! My name is Gabrielle, I'm new to your blog! This post made me hungry and reminded me of the movie Harriet The Spy, is that werid, ha!!

    Have a awesome day!

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