Blue Line Pizza is a fun and trendy pizza restaurant that is all over the Bay Area. Luckily, they have gluten free pizzas available.
Have you tried Blue Line Pizza yet? They have several locations all over the Bay Area.
We met some friends for dinner at Blue Line Pizza in downtown Campbell a couple of weeks ago. I had spoken to this restaurant a few months ago when working on my restaurant database of safe gluten handling.
(If you haven't checked out my handy restaurant database, I have the safe gluten handling practices of over 645 Bay Area restaurants here. You can search and know how a restaurant handles gluten free diners before you go, hopefully saving you time and frustration.)
Here is a link for you to read how Blue Line Pizza handles gluten free orders in their Campbell location. You can search the database under the restaurant name to read about other locations.
I was pleasantly surprised that Blue Line Pizza restaurant understands how important it is to prevent cross contamination with gluten.
First we started with the mixed house salad. As you can see, the portions are really large. I am glad David and I shared this salad or we would not have had any room left for the pizza!
I ordered my usual favorite artichoke and mushroom pizza. Blue Line Pizza gets their gluten free pizza crusts from Udi's. I have enjoyed Udi's crusts at many pizza places and this is a great crust. It is always crispy and delicious.
David surprised me this time and ordered a pizza with sausage. He normally orders the veggie pizza because he is trying to be good. I was happy with this because I could trade a slice or two of my pizza for a meat lovers pizza 🙂 .
Overall we had a great experience at Blue Line. Neither of us got sick from gluten cross contamination. I will say this restaurant is very, very noisy and that it is hard to have conversation at this restaurant....especially towards the front of the restaurant. If you can get seating outside, it would probably be much easier to hear each other. Blue Line also had a gluten free beer, and several hard ciders so everyone could enjoy something cold to drink.
Where do you feel safe dining out for pizza?