- $12 for a large, one-topping pizza ($19.99 value)
- See the create-your-own-pizza menu for topping options
Round Table Pizza
From founder Bill Larson’s first quaint pizza parlor, which he opened in 1959, Round Table has grown to more than 500 stores, which sprinkle across seven states like pepperonis across a sizzling pie. Self-proclaimed purveyors of “the last honest pizza,” Round Table cooks make dough from wheat grown on family farms in Idaho. That dough is rolled from scratch every day, in every restaurant, to pair with premium meats and fresh-cut veggie toppings.
Wood-paneled walls give the Fullerton location an old-school feel, which contrasts with modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and robot chefs to replace the outdated steam-powered ones. The dining room’s ceiling fans whirl the steam from oven-baked pizzas in sizes from single-person smalls to 16-slice extra-larges that feed up to five. Besides create-your-own options, Round Table dishes up specialty pies named for medieval court characters such as King Arthur, Guinevere, and Frank, the little-known castle custodian.
89% of 115 customers recommend
“We went to the pizza shop and ate our pizza there. It was delicious and so much better than other times that we have picked up our pizza and taken it carry out at...”
“We went to the pizza shop and ate our pizza there. It was delicious and so much better than other times that we have picked up our pizza and taken it carry out at other pizzerias. The crust was nice and crispy just like we like it. We thoroughly enjoyed our pizza and it was piping hot.”
“The locations is nice to watch a sports event ;)”