Whether it's take-out, dine-in or delivery, every pizzeria promises to bake the best pie. Many pizza parlors focus on one of two popular styles—deep-dish or thin crust—and some restaurants, like , serve both.
The creators of San Francisco-based pizzeria, Little Star Pizza, plan to bring their Chicago deep-dish and New York thin-crust styles to 415 E. Campbell Ave., near Rail Way Avenue in downtown Campbell. Only here, they're giving it "a new name and look (but same great food)," the new restaurant's Facebook page proclaims.
They're calling it Blue Line Pizza, "a neighborhood pizzeria that features tasty apps, organic salads, an assortment of quality beers, wines and spirits," according to its Facebook page.
The Campbell Historic Preservation Board is scheduled to review the company's proposal to covert the vacant building into a restaurant on Wednesday at 4 p.m.
"The building has some historical significance with the growth of our city," said Steve Prosser, Campbell associate planner. "We're making sure that the exterior architecture isn't being modified."
Blue Line Pizza's proposal does not impact the exterior of the historic building, Prosser said. Therefore, the Historic Preservation Board is prepared to refer the restaurant to the planning commission for the approval of its interior modifications.
The Campbell City Council is scheduled to interview and select an executive search firm to fill the vacant city manager position. The position was previously held by Dan Rich, who stepped down to take a city manager position in Mountain View.
Two firms, Avery and Associates and Peckham and McKenney, are scheduled to be interviewed during the morning's meeting. The council is expected to hire a firm Tuesday and estimates expenses to range from $22,000-$24,000.