More Good Lunch Options: The Upper Crust Pizzeria Coming to Downtown

It’s been a good couple of weeks for new lunch options for those who work near the White House. Spice Indian Bistro recently opened up at 17th and Penn. NW and we recently learned that Wicked Waffle was coming to 1712 Eye St, NW. Add a new pizza option to the list.

The Upper Crust Pizzeria will be coming to 1747 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW (next to a relatively new Roti.) A recent liquor license application says:

“Gourmet Pizzeria offering dine-in, take out, and delivery. Occupancy load of 34.”

A good pizza place at this location would be a phenomenal addition for the lunch crowd.

Update: You can see their Facebook page here:

“OFFICIAL Facebook for Boston’s best pizza with 17 locations in and around Boston; 1 in Key West. Coming soon to DC!”

9 Comment

  • Is this the same Upper Crust that operates in and around Boston?

    I wonder. That pizza is really, really tasty (not traditional pizza, have an unusual formula that, I believe, originated at Hot Tomato’s Pizza in Williamstown, MA).

  • Awesome. It is unlike any other pizza in DC, a unique flavor, not for everyone but I really like it. Thin, crispy crust, fresh tomatoes infused into the sauce, really tasty pizza by the slice. Two slices is enough for lunch. Folks will line up for this place, believe me.

    (There have, however, been some labor law issues in Boston, you can find it easily enough via Google, hopefully those issues are behind it now).

  • Does anyone know if the mellow mushroom is still coming to Adams Morgan I was stoked to hear that scuttlebutt but havent heard anything since. Hope its still coming

  • nice, upper crust rules! odd location though–I hope they expand into dc with more locations (as opposed to the random key west shop they’ve had for years for, I guess, vacation?). they have a good neighborhood vibe that would work well in better spots than here. but at least the pizza is actually great.

  • Uppah Crust is wicked good.

  • My day has been made! Loved the slice of the day in Boston.

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