Gluten Free Casual Dining: This pizza shop housed in the old Del Mar train station (actually it's former luggage room) is one of the few restaurants that offers a pizza with a crust made on site. While it does increase the potential for cross contamination, it's nice to have the option of ordering a crust that doesn't taste exactly like those served at other restaurants with gluten free pizzas. Not only that, but they offer some mouth watering topping combos, such as the Avocado Festival (avocado, tomato, basil and lemon zest), the Fallen Angel (house made Italian sausage, shaved fennel and roasted peppers) and the Padre (prosciutto, dates, blue cheese and arugula). You can also pop over to the adjacent La Grande Orange Cafe, also in the station, for a more extensive American menu.
Local Expert Wendy O'Dea Says:
Gluten Free Casual Dining: "Hop the train from Union Station downtown to the Del Mar stop to enjoy The Luggage Room's great Happy Hour deals without having to worry about a designated driver."
Best for Gluten Free Casual Dining Because: Not only can you get some great pizza, but the unique environment in this 1930s era train station makes for a fun dining experience.
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