Upper Crust is machine-cut, stale veggies piled on a cardboard crust with plastic cheese.It's not my favorite pizza in town (that would be Upper Crust on Mission), but the overall experience is great. I feel welcome at Engfer, from the moment I walk in, and that welcome is extended by everyone who works there. Their pizzas have soul, unlike, say, that franchise operation downtown that hosts the beer blasts on Wednesdays. One suggestion: If you're going with a group, resist the urge to order several individual pizzas. That could take a long time. Better to order one or two large pizzas that are subdivided into toppings. Engfer is a winner, and I hope they're around for a very long time!
And pizzas with subdivided toppings (do you work in County planning, by chance?)? That must make the pizza makers happy..."We'll have an extra large that is one third no-name, one third vegetarian, one third that hot pepper thing you do...but don't put too many peppers on it....".
A pizza topping should be integrated into the pie. That's my point about too many places going overboard on toppings.