One of the most important factors of a good college town/city is the accessibility of not just good but amazing pizza. On top of the flavor, crust thinness, and topping options, the hours of business are crucial. Most college students eat the majority of their pizza while drunk in the wee hours of the morning, so it is necessary to get a lay of the land, and in Georgetown it's pretty hard to find anything open past 10 p.m. Luckily, I found the best late night pizza in Georgetown that is open until 4 a.m., and a pretty good option that is a tad cheaper. These spots are walkable so you don't even have to pay for the UberEATS fee.  


I do not think it is possible for someone to hate &pizza, even if they hate all pizza. It is completely customizable with everything from the crust to the drizzle on top. During the week it's only open until 11 p.m., but on Fridays and Saturdays they stay open until 4 a.m. to catch the business that floods Uber Eats and Wisconsin after 2 a.m. The pizzas are small enough that you can eat the whole thing and not feel like you really ate a whole pizza. Some highlights of their menu include fresh mozzarella, optional egg on top, and the fig balsamic drizzle. All of the above qualify &pizza as the best late night pizza in Georgetown, but there's more. On top of all of that their pizzas aren't too expensive, but they don't taste cheap either. If you would eat it sober for lunch, it's worth the money. Make sure to visit their Georgetown location at least once just to soak in their edgy vibe.   

90 Second Pizza

If you've walked past 90 Second Pizza and you haven't taken one of their free sample slices, you are either lying or seriously missing out. They are giving out pizza. Their location is brand new and it's right across from Bluestone Lane on Wisconsin. It is quickly gaining some popularity for being some pretty good thin crust pizza with a lot of options in a small space. Additionally, it's super fast and very close to campus. It's only open until 1 a.m. on weekends, but I would recommend picking it up because it can get a little soggy when it sits in the box in an Uber or Postmates vehicle. It's more pizza for the same price as &pizza and, let's be honest, everything tastes pretty good when you are eating at 1 a.m. 

You can't go wrong with either of these options, and hopefully you now have abetter idea of which pizza places to prioritize when you are scrolling through UberEATS to decide what to order. There are so many hit or miss pizza places out there, but now you know who is pizza royalty in Georgetown, so happy late night pizza snacking!