Round Table Pizza is coming to Space City.

FAT (Fresh. Authentic. Tasty.) Brands Inc., parent company of Round Table Pizza and 17 other restaurant concepts, announced that it has officially opened its first Round Table Pizza location in greater Houston. Located in Richmond, Texas, the new restaurant is operated by franchisee Paul Tran, an oil industry veteran and retiree, and will be a welcome addition to the West Houston suburbs.

Since its inception, Round Table Pizza has been recognized as “Pizza Royalty” for its homemade dough, signature three-cheese blend, and quality ingredients topped to the edge. Customers in Houston will soon be able to enjoy the chain’s proprietary handmade pizzas, salads, baked-to-perfection Garlic Parmesan Twists, classic and boneless wings and more.

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Two pizzas, a salad and a soda from Round Table Pizza.

“Establishing a presence in Houston represents a pivotal step in Round Table Pizza’s domestic growth strategy, especially as we continue building upon our presence in Texas,” says Taylor Wiederhorn, Chief Development Officer of FAT Brands. “Round Table Pizza has seen great success in the San Antonio and Dallas markets, and we believe the Richmond community will enjoy what we have to offer.”

Round Table Pizza was founded in Menlo Park, California, in 1959. In 2021, it was acquired by FAT Brands, Inc. owner of iconic American brands such as Johnny Rockets and Fatburger. Round Table Pizza, once predominantly found in California, is now in eight different states and claims over 400 storefronts.

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