To successfully make pizza, one must toss the proper ingredients into a concrete mixer, wait for the mixture to harden, and then drop in a few sticks of dynamite to blast slices from the drum walls. Today’s Groupon leaves delicate pie creation to the professionals: for $10, you get $20 worth of fare and drinks at Round Table Pizza in San Bruno. Within the confines of this nourishing dough nursery, bellies are unburdened of cumbersome grumbling with fresh, swiftly served fare. Customize a cheese hubcap with a build-your-own pizza. Diners choose from a variety of meats and veggies, crusts (original, pan, or skinny) and sauces (zesty red, creamy garlic, barbecue, polynesian) to concoct a far tastier DIY endeavor than other restaurants' weave-your-own-napkin or whittle-your-own-fork options ($4.59–$21.99). Alternately, opt for preselected dishes, such as the Italian Garlic Supreme, crowned with pepperoni, italian sausage, tomatoes, and three cheeses ($6.39–$21.99). Delivery and pickup options are also available, letting diners enjoy meals in the comfort of their own homes, houseboats, or high-speed segway chases.
Six Yelpers give Round Table Pizza a three-star average:
Pasquale's West Coast Pizzeria
Pasquale's West Coast Pizzeria delights its guests with a smorgasbord of pizzas. Chefs prepare each one with an original, skinny, or pan crust, and offer the option of creating your own pie or choosing a specialty. The Maui Gourmet pizza, for example, comes loaded with bacon, pineapple, ham, roma tomatoes, onions, and sweet chili sauce.
Hearty baked pastas and cold and toasted deli subs are available as well. To cheese-stuffed ravioli or ham and turkey heroes, diners might add crispy, golden-brown garlic bread and some draft beer. Moreover, philanthropic patrons can gather at Pasquale's for fundraisers, with the pizzeria donating 25% of the proceeds and reserving the last slice of pie for any nonprofit.
730 Kains Ave.
San Bruno, California 94066Get Directions