Frequently asked questions
I’m planning a party, who can I contact?
Many of our restaurants offer group rates for dine-in, carry-out or delivery. If you're looking to have your party at the restaurant, free banquet rooms are often available with advanced booking. Please contact your local restaurant for more details. Find a location.
Where can I find nutritional information?
What does “The Last Honest Pizza” mean?
At Round Table, we’re committed to the art of serving a great pizza. The “Last Honest Pizza” means only honest ingredients go into making the perfect pie. You won’t find shrink wrapped, factory chopped vegetables, inferior meats, or crates of frozen dough discs in our restaurants. We roll our dough fresh every day, never freeze our cheeses, and chop our veggies fresh at every restaurant. Our dough wheat is grown with care on family farms and used only for your Round Table pizza. That’s why we’re the Last Honest Pizza; and that’s why nothing out there tastes like us.
Does Round Table Pizza offer a gluten–free crust?
Currently, we do not have a gluten–free crust offering. It is difficult to keep a product fresh when it moves very slowly due to low demand. Other chains can sometimes offer it because they freeze their products. We don’t freeze our dough. We roll it fresh every morning. As demand for these products increases, we will certainly revisit this option.
I really love Round Table Pizza but there are no locations near me. Can I have the product frozen and shipped?
Unfortunately, we cannot ship our product due to food safety concerns.
Who do I contact for donation/fundraising requests?
Please contact your local restaurant manager for information about donations and fundraisers. Find a location.
When I sign up for eClub, how is my information used?
I really love the Round Table Cheese. Can you tell me what you use to make your cheese?
We use a cheese blend of 80% Whole Milk Mozzarella cheese, 10% Aged Cheddar and 10% Provolone. All our cheeses use a Microbial enzyme.
How many slices are there in a Round Table pizza?
The number of slices in a pizza depends on the size of the pizza. Below is a breakdown of the number of slices by pizza size. Some locations may not carry all sizes.