Seven Loaves Pizzeria in the Bellingham Public Market
Seven Loaves Pizzeria
Geographic Area: Whatcom County, downtown Bellingham
Type of Cuisine: Great handcrafted artisan pizza, grinders & fresh salads
Link to Website: n/a
Address: 1530 Cornwall (and York) in the Bellingham Public Market
State: WA, USA
Phone Number: 360.594.4019
Description of Food Allergy Accommodations
Have a "cheese-less" offering and a gluten free pizza crust available. It is pre-prepared, topped on site and cooked in a pan on top of the cooking stone that the gluten crusts are cooked on. So, there is very limited cross contamination from cooking. BE SURE to advise person taking your order that you are gluten and/or dairy sensitive. Cross contamination is still an issue, but they are aware of steps to avoid. They do make regular bread from scratch in this kitchen.
Homemade breads and pizza crust (gluten containing) are a feature of this restaurant. Chef has been making artisan style bread for over 7 years. Grinders (sandwiches) and salads compliment a generous, though not overwhelming menu.
The Bellingham Public Market is a great place to go! Several other restaurant options in the dining area in addition to Terra Organica, featuring organic and natural products, fresh produce, meats, vitamins, etc. Also, the largest selection of gluten-free offerings in the county. Free wi-fi in addition to Mt. Baker books make this your "go-to" place to take a break from your day, meet friends or have a casual business meeting.
"I'll confirm that in 2011 it is still one of the best pizza places in the I-5 corridor. (I've lived in Seattle for about 5 years and have yet to find anything as good, but to be safe, I'll say one of the best.) Each pizza I've tried is fantastic, but the Cheese-less Bliss (vegan) is irreplaceable. It was an acquired taste at first, but now, each visit to Bellingham requires I take one back to Seattle with me. The salads are exceptional as well. Large portions, delicious greens and olive oil, etc. My friend highly recommends the Grizzly Grinder, which he dubbed one of the greatest things in the world, but notes that it doesn't fare as leftovers as well as the normal pizza as the lettuce is best eaten quickly.
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