Knights who say Neopolitan
Hear ye, hear ye, a new pizza place is rolling into San Antonio, and it's inspired by Arthurian legend. Round Table Pizza takes its name from King Arthur's Knights, who sat round that iconic, circular mesa – according to English lore.
While the moniker might suggest a lineage from across the pond, the brand was founded in Menlo Park, California, in 1959. And while the King of the Britons may boast a couple hundred centuries of legendary status, 60-plus years in business is no small feat, either.
The West Coast franchise has garnered its own epic reputation in its more than six decades, and is known for its three-cheese blend, high-quality ingredients, and homemade dough.
This new outpost is the brand's first quest into San Antonio, but not its first foray into Texas. It already boasts three locations in Dallas.
"We are committed to growing in the state of Texas," Erin Mandzik, Director of Corporate Communicatoins, shared with CultureMap via email. "Opening in San Antonio is a significant milestone for the brand as we continue to build upon our presence in Texas, which also includes growing into Houston and further expansion in the Dallas market."
Located at 842 NW Loop 410, Suite 110, the restaurant is now open with hours from Sunday through Thursday, 11 am to 9 am, and Friday and Saturday from 11 am to 10 pm.