Di Sica stromboli featuring Daiya cheese stuffed with vegetables from Two Boots. I dug the stromboli. They used the perfect amount of Daiya, so it was really cheezy and flavorful. I ate the whole thing. Farro Salad from Counter. This was really fresh and tasty. The Daiya was present, but not overpowering and it wasn't melted, so it was a new way to enjoy it. The atmosphere at Counter is really cool (and dark) it's hip and not health foody if you know what I mean. I can't wait to come back for brunch sometime.The Super Mushroom pizza from Viva Natural Pizza. Viva wasn't quite prepared for us with enough of the special Diaya sicilian, but one of the eat-uppers ordered a whole mushroom pie with the daiya and split it. This was really yummy. I was full from the rest of the food, so I shared most of the slice with some other hungry eat-uppers.
Then we headed towards Ottos and a few people who wanted more food stopped into Curly's for some burgers. Otto's was like a time trip to what I imagine the 80's village scene looked like with dive bar atmosphere and punk music. It was pretty crowded, but we managed to get a table anyway (these eat up organizers can do anything!)
So all in all a really fun night. I'm so glad I found the eat up group. Everyone is so nice and it's really cool to meet other vegans. So fun in fact that I'm off to another eat up right now. Dim Sum!