Blue Dog Gourmet Pizza

Blue Dog Pizza

Blue Dog Gourmet Pizza
2556 Lake Tahoe Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Blue Dog has some of the best (and only) pizza up in Lake Tahoe. They have two locations on the South side and are definitely worth a try when you’re in the area. If you decide to sit and eat, they have a lovely selection of craft beers as well! Blue Dog’s pizzas are delicious, even though they’re a little pricey for how much you get. However, the good quality of their pizza does mean you gotta cough up a little extra cash. Plus a cabin party trip isn’t complete without some gratuitous pizza...right!? The group got two medium pizzas to share (honestly should have made these large or extra large, but we still had food leftover back at the cabin).

Entrees
Hawaiian Pizza & Meaty Combo Pizza

Natalia: They serve standard “American” style pizza (AKA not NY style or Chicago style). The crust is tasty, perfectly crunchy and strong enough to hold my slice nice and stable. Not enough sauce for my liking maybe a little on the sweet side, but enough to do its job! Blue Dog did good work with their toppings, a nice even spread across the whole pie. And as stated before, they use quality ingredients and you can definitely taste that. My only critiques would be: more cheese please and if you’re wondering what size to get here---order the bigger one!

Debra: You know, I don’t discriminate against pizza. I’ll eat it whether it’s thin-crust, thick-crust, deep dish, I’ll eat it all. EXCEPT for Hawaiian pizza. I already don’t like pineapple, so I wouldn’t order that as a topping. I had a good slice of pizza- the toppings didn’t fall off, the sauce was yummy- I will agree with Natalia that they should put MORE cheese on the pizzas. I usually don’t prefer all meat-combos because the pizza tends to be very salty, but this particular pizza was Blue Dog Gourmet Pizza wasn’t.

Note: that all the other photos of the pizza are lost somewhere in the depths of the internet.