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  • Leah
    Forwarded from the Quesada Gardens Blog: Quesada Gardens Initiative - It s What Community Looks Like! WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2007 Upper Crust Deli & Grill
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 1, 2008
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      Forwarded from the Quesada Gardens Blog:

      Quesada Gardens Initiative - It's What Community Looks Like!
      WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2007
      Upper Crust Deli & Grill Opens Today!

      Third Street is back. And Upper Crust Deli & Grill is here to prove it. A new family-owned
      eatery with an eclectic array of both hot and cold creations, Upper Crust is shaping up to
      be the go-to sandwich shop in the Bayview.

      Photos and story contributed by Ben Kaufman

      Upper Crust Deli & Grill is as small business as it gets. Ray Gheith and his family opened
      their first store in Pacifica a mere four years ago. And on December 19th, they opened
      their second Upper Crust at 5100 Third Street. The Gheith family – all from Daly City –
      chose to establish their second shop in Bayview because of the lack of food options
      offered by the current commercial corridor. They are excited to serve the community and
      work as a family in doing so.

      Dedicated to quality, freshness, and affordability …not a bad combo. You can start off your
      morning with a cup of coffee and a fresh Noah's bagel; then return around lunchtime for a
      delicious sandwich brimming with quality ingredients. Meat-lovers will be especially hip to
      the "Two Bridges"– a sourdough roll stuffed with turkey, ham, roast beef, Monterey Jack
      and American cheeses, lettuce, tomato, mayo, mustard, and pickles to boot. If you're not
      into the meat thing, the menu offers vegetarian options that were created with a love for
      our herbivorous friends that you can taste.

      The deli gets the most props for its ongoing renovations. Inside the space that once
      housed Golden Eagle Deli, you'll find everything revamped with more open space,
      comfortable and stylish seating, and new food-making contraptions to insure quality,
      healthy, and fresh food for its patrons. Mmmmm-mmmmm!

      The Gheith family is committed to the communities they serve. They have pledged to
      employ local residents of Bayview and have decided to keep the business alcohol-free in
      the interest of building trust with the community. They have also expressed an interest in
      being involved in community events – even hosting some, given the large space of their

      Upper Crust is a great match for the Bayview community…a small, local business with
      quality, fresh, cheap, and delicious food. So stop on by! They are open from 7AM – 8PM,
      seven days a week!

      --- In betterbayview@yahoogroups.com, "bayview94124" <mendellapt@...> wrote:
      > Noticed new construction on 3rd @ Revere. Looks like a big deli is
      > going to open. Tried to call the phone # on the sign but got no answer.
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