Wednesday, 15. February 2012 5:25
San Francisco’s Little Star Pizza Opens a Locale in Campbell
Pizza lovers will rejoice that San Francisco’s Little Star Pizza — famed for its deep-dish, cornmeal-crust pizzas — opened an offshoot last week in downtown Campbell.
Blue Line Pizza, named for the train that runs between O’Hare International Airport and Chicago, features organic salads, paninis, and both deep-dish and thin-crust pizzas.
The original Little Star has been a sensation ever since it opened its original Divisadero Street location in San Francisco in 2004 in San Francisco. There’s now a second branch in San Francisco, as well as one in Albany.
One taste of its deep-dish pie will tell you why it’s so popular.
I’m partial to the Blue Line (Little Star) with spinach, ricotta, feta, mushrooms, onions and garlic, as well as the Mediterranean Chicken with roasted chicken, red bell peppers, olives, onions, feta and plenty of marinated artichoke hearts. It’s a mouthful; it’s a meal.
Blue Line Pizza is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.
A Crabby Time at Lark Creek Restaurants
Through the end of February, the Lark Creek Restaurant Group celebrates the bounty of fresh, seasonal Dungeness crab.
Its 23rd annual “Crab Festival” will feature a range of crab dishes at its various restaurants.