Cheese is the secret ingredient in any crowd-pleasing meal, as proven by pizza, quesadillas, and moon sandwiches. Dig into dairy with this Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of pizza and Italian-American fare at Round Table Pizza, valid at locations on West Sahara Avenue and West Lake Mead Boulevard, and at 7141 South Eastern Avenue and 8880 South Eastern Avenue.
For 51 years, Round Table’s nimble-fingered cooks have kneaded fresh housemade dough into crust shapes and adorned each masterpiece with gourmet toppings. Wheat from Idaho family farms is transformed into delectable crusts, a far easier feat than weaving wheat stalks into decorative place mats. Diners can design their own pies with one included topping ($5 for a personal; $12 for a medium; $17 for an extra large), opting for one of three crust types—original, pan, or skinny—and one of three sauce types—zesty red, creamy garlic, or polynesian. A three-cheese blend of whole-milk mozzarella, provolone, and aged cheddar elicits flavor more multifaceted than a Rubik’s Cube constructed from Jolly Ranchers. More than 10 meaty selections, including ham, primo pepperoni, and grilled chicken, sidle up alongside 12 fruit and veggie selections, such as pineapple, chopped garlic, or zucchini ($1–$2 each for additional toppings). Round Table also prepares premium specialty pies, such as the Maui Zaui with ham, bacon, and pineapple ($8+), and the Gourmet Veggie with artichoke hearts, zucchini, and spinach carefully placed atop creamy garlic sauce ($8+). Any unfilled gaps in bellies meet their match in parmesan twists ($4+), which have a scintillating blend of dairy and bread that has earned them a permanent slot as pizza’s warm-up act.
Round Table Pizza
For 51 years, the pizza aficionados at Round Table Pizza have been mixing, kneading, and rolling out their pizza dough from scratch every morning. Cooks sling pies throughout the day, an aromatic process that begins when they slather disks in zesty tomato sauce, followed quickly by the application of premium aged cheeses, and finally a trip into the super-hot ovens that shimmer with heat and pride as they create a browned, bubbling masterpiece. The menu includes signature specialty pizzas such as the King Arthur's Supreme, a Mediterranean-inspired assemblage of pepperoni, green peppers, and italian dry salami unimpressed by its neighbors' slapstick antics. The Wombo Combo quickly earns a pass for its bizarre name with a mouthwatering combo of bacon, roma tomatoes, and artichoke hearts.
Pizzas are amazing, full of toppings which makes it worth the extra cost...The staff is great, always really super friendly, and know me by name now!ashley s., Yelp, 9/7/11
I love the pizzas here because it has a great crust. The sauce and ingredients are very tasty.EJay D., Yelp, 6/20/09