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Round Table Pizza
ROUND TABLE PIZZA
At Round Table, we’ve enjoyed a heritage of creating high quality, innovative pizzas for over 57 years. From our founder Bill Larson’s first little Round Table Pizza Parlor in Menlo Park, California in 1959 to 450 thriving restaurants today, Round Table has always stood for freshness, innovation and craveable flavors in everything we serve.
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