One Pizza For Fifty Cents

According to, “Fifty years ago,
Bill Larson
opened up a pizza parlor and pub in Menlo Park, California that he called The Round Table. He invited his neighbors to ‘share a little pizza with someone you love.’ Today, Round Table Pizza is repeating its founder’s call, making it easier than ever to share a lot of pizza with everyone you love.”

Guests can now get a medium one-topping pizza for only 50 cents when they purchase a large or extra-large specialty pizza at menu price.

“‘We wanted to throw a huge party and thank every one of our guests for choosing Round Table for the last fifty years,’ explains Round Table Pizza President
Rob McCourt
. ‘What better way to do that than to give them more of what they love — great pizza with the highest quality ingredients and dough that’s rolled fresh every morning.'”

“‘Think of it this way, you’re invited to a party celebrating the legacy of pizza, where all the guests are pizza lovers, where pizza is main course, and the party favor you walk away with is…another pizza. I’d like to be on that guest list,’ says Chief Marketing Officer (and Chief Fiftieth Anniversary Party Planner)
Tinka Gordon
. Fortunately, no invitation is necessary. The celebration is open to all pizza lovers. Fifty cent pizzas are now available at participating Round Table Pizza restaurants. This offer may not be available for delivery or on certain days of the week in some areas. Call your local restaurant for details.”

About Round Table Pizza

“Founded in Menlo Park, CA in 1959, Round Table Pizza has been a west coast institution for 50 years. Round Table has grown to be a leader in the premium pizza market and focuses on serving the needs of families. The company, known for making “the last honest pizza,” has a system of nearly 500 franchised and company-owned stores operating in the western U.S. Round Table Pizza, Inc. is a private, 100% employee-owned company with corporate offices based in Concord, California.”