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Round Table Pizza is a chain of restaurants you'll find in the western U.S.
All about Round Table Pizza
Round Table Pizza is a popular chain of pizza restaurants in the western part of the United States, with its headquarters being based in California. They offer lots of different pizza combinations, including pizzas, appetizers, salads, sanwiches, drinks, and more. They also let you create your own pizza in case you don't like any of the offerings they have on their menu. The menu is themed around King Arthur, so you can enjoy pizzas like King Arthur's Supreme and Guinevere's Garden Delight.
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The history of Round Table Pizza
Round Table Pizza was founded in 1959 in Menlo Park, California, by a man named William R. Larson Senior. Although the original location is no longer open, there's one right around the corner. Today, there are over 500 Round Table Pizza locations throughout the western United States, including California, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, and also Hawaii and Alaska.
Where did the inspiration for Round Table Pizza come from?
Round Table Pizza has a medieval theme right down to the logo. The name is inspired by King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table. But how did the founder come up with this idea?
Well, it actually wasn't founder William R. Larson Senior that came up with the concept. Instead, a friend of his had some funny sketches of the court eating pizza, which Larson thought was a great idea. So, he started adding a King Arthur theme to his restaurants.
The logo got some colorful shields in the 1970s, which is still has to say. They're supposed to represent the letters F, U, and N.
Starting in 2007, the pizza chain had mascot called the Pizza Knight, who loved defending "family night". However, its current marketing campaigns are more focused on its high quality and fresh ingredients.