Upper Crust Pizzeria is a Boston, Massachusetts based chain of pizzeria restaurants. The chain went bankrupt following a finding by the U.S. Department of Labor that it had engaged in wage theft (not paying workers their legally required wages). The chain subsequently declared bankruptcy in 2012 amid allegations that the company violated labor laws and raided the company's cash for his own expenses, a claim he has denied.

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  • Upper Crust Pizzeria is a Boston, Massachusetts based chain of pizzeria restaurants. The chain went bankrupt following a finding by the U.S. Department of Labor that it had engaged in wage theft (not paying workers their legally required wages). Founded by Jordan Tobins, the first location opened in Beacon Hill in 2001. It won local accolades such as "Best Gourmet Pizza" (Boston magazine) and "Boston's Best Pizza" (The Improper Bostonian). By May 2009, the chain had grown to 14 locations, and 17 by July 2010. In April 2011 the Upper Crust opened its 21st location, and its first outside of New England, in Washington, D.C. and announced plans to open 10 additional restaurants in the DC area over the next five years. The chain subsequently declared bankruptcy in 2012 amid allegations that the company violated labor laws and raided the company's cash for his own expenses, a claim he has denied. (en)
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  • Jordan Tobins
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  • Upper Crust Pizzeria is a Boston, Massachusetts based chain of pizzeria restaurants. The chain went bankrupt following a finding by the U.S. Department of Labor that it had engaged in wage theft (not paying workers their legally required wages). The chain subsequently declared bankruptcy in 2012 amid allegations that the company violated labor laws and raided the company's cash for his own expenses, a claim he has denied. (en)
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  • Upper Crust Pizzeria (en)
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  • Upper Crust Pizzeria (en)
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