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Thomas Crossroads Welcomes Crust & Craft

Crust and Craft in Newnan is now open and is already turning heads in a positive way. With Italian-styled brick oven pizzas, craft beer and homemade cocktails, Crust and Craft is revolutionizing the dining scene in Newnan. The legendary pizza place was originally started in McDonough and has had the location at Thomas Crossroads open since the beginning of May. 

With the slick decor of the restaurant combined with the variety of quality food and drink on the menu, there is something for everybody at the family-friendly Crust and Craft. Boasting 20 beer taps, indoor and four-season outdoor seating, more than a dozen craft pizzas and subs, anything your palate desires can be ordered here. Crust and Craft offers pizzas ranging from the standard pepperoni or margherita to craft pizzas such as a French dip pizza and even a shrimp scampi pizza. “We love offering high-end spirits and craft pizza to our customers,” said General Manager Benjamin Reed. “We also make our own dough and pride ourselves on the quality of our ingredients.”


Quickly becoming a fan favorite is the jalapeño popper, which is full of homemade jalapeno cream cheese filling, wrapped in pizza dough and deep fried. Crust and Craft also offers salads, charcuterie boards for a limited time, chicken wings, an extensive wine list, and much more. They are located at 3150 GA-34, Suite 30, in Newnan. Their original location is located at 15 Keys Ferry Street in McDonough. Check out Crust and Craft for your next pizza cravings!

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