After I birthed my first child, a friend came to visit and wanted to bring food. “If there’s anything you could have, what would it be?” she asked.*
I asked for a corn pizza from Dove Vivi. It was a good choice.
Dove Vivi has incredible cornmeal crust pizzas. Don’t try to compare them to traditional flour-yeast pies; they’re different, and delicious, with a firm and savory crust that supports more weight and moisture.
Dine in the small and cute dining area, or call ahead and take yours to go. Check out the daily special for available slices.
Par-baked pizzas are available, so you know that the next time I’m in the area, there’s going to be pizza for dinner that night. Hell yeah.
I’ve heard very good things about the vegan corn cashew pizza: vegan roasted pepper and cashew cheese, fresh sweet corn, caramelized onions, chives, smoked tomatoes. I mean.
Salads and desserts available, but no gluten-free pies.
*Note: I heartily recommend this approach to providing meals to new mothers.
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