You’ve heard the rave reviews about Little Star Pizza in San Francisco, well, it’s now available in the South Bay (Campbell) but under a new name — Blue Line. Mike and I have been twice since the February opening and I have to say it’s my favorite deep dish in the Bay Area.
Here’s how it compares to other popular Chicago style pizza joints in the area…
Not too thick (like Patxi’s) which means it’s not overly filling and a shorter time to wait for your pizza to arrive.
Not too saucy (like Zachary’s) which means you can taste the toppings which also happen to be really fresh. You can tell they don’t skimp on the ingredients.
We tried a couple salads but our favorite was the bacon & blue cheese which was huge, super fresh and the blue cheese was tangy good.
Note: no reservations. Get in early (b4 6:30pm) or be prepared to wait.
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