The city of McDonough celebrated its newest restaurant, Crust & Craft, this week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

MCDONOUGH – A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Sept. 16 to celebrate the addition of the newest restaurant on the McDonough Square – Crust & Craft.

“We are so happy to be a part of city of McDonough and specifically the Square. We are grateful for the support and look forward to building long term relationships with both the city and the citizens,” said Kevin Anderson, co-owner.

The menu at Crust & Craft offers a range of options for customers seeking traditional favorites, such as the Lotsa Mozzarella and the Pepperoni Purist pizzas, to those who have more adventurous taste buds. Notable specialty pizzas include the French Dip topped with shaved ribeye, mozzarella and swiss cheeses, caramelized red onion, and served with au jus for dipping, as well as the Bacon Cheese Burger.

“Crust & Craft has certainly helped to bring more life to downtown McDonough which is extremely exciting, especially considering that they opened in the middle of a pandemic,” said Mayor Billy Copeland. “The great success they have already experienced is a testament to the high quality of food, service and fine atmosphere they provide.”

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