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$10 for $20 Worth of Thin-Crust Pizza and Calzones at The Upper Crust Pizzeria.

Washington DC

89% of 2,482 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Chefs craft locally inspired thin-crust pies at 14 locations with modern touches such as flat-screen TVs & pan-decorated ceilings

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 22nd, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in and carryout only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Thin-Crust Pizza

Thin-crust pizzas crowned with roasted vegetables ($16.60–$20.75), pepperoni and baby mushrooms ($14.75–$18.50), and buffalo chicken ($15.75–$20.45) join calzones ($11.50+) and Nutella ($4.29) on a robust menu.

The Upper Crust Pizzeria

Since its founding in 2001, The Upper Crust Pizzeria has fashioned artful thin-crust pizzas in 19 storefronts with modern, architectural touches. Chefs craft specialty pies inspired by local landmarks, from the sundried-tomato cobblestones of the Beacon Hill to the pesto-painted walls of the Green Monster. Diners can opt to spread sweet sauce over a regular or whole-wheat crust or request that any pie be served white without sauce, and combine slices with crisp salads or pounce on the geometric goodness of a spinach square or half moon-shaped calzone. Restaurant interiors are accoutered with modern flourishes such as flat-screen TVs and pan-decorated ceilings, allowing one to lie down and admire their reflection before a postmeal nap.

The Upper Crust Pizzeria

Since its founding in 2001, The Upper Crust Pizzeria has fashioned artful thin-crust pizzas in 19 storefronts with modern, architectural touches. Chefs craft specialty pies inspired by local landmarks, from the sundried-tomato cobblestones of the Beacon Hill to the pesto-painted walls of the Green Monster. Diners can opt to spread sweet sauce over a regular or whole-wheat crust or request that any pie be served white without sauce, and combine slices with crisp salads or pounce on the geometric goodness of a spinach square or half moon-shaped calzone. Restaurant interiors are accoutered with modern flourishes such as flat-screen TVs and pan-decorated ceilings, allowing one to lie down and admire their reflection before a postmeal nap.


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89% of 2,482 customers recommend

  • “It's super easy to order online.”

  • “Great pizza”

  • “I really enjoyed my meal here and will definitely go again!”

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    Washington DC

    1747 Pennsylvania Ave.

    Washington, District of Columbia 20006

    202-463-0002

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