Round Table Pizza / San Francisco

1503 N Point St at Laguna St. San Francisco 94123
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 23:00

At Round Table Pizza, we've enjoyed a heritage of creating high quality, innovative pizzas for over 50 years. From our founder Bill Larson's first little Round Table pizza parlor in Menlo Park, California in 1959 to hundreds of restaurants across the west coast thriving today, Round Table has always stood for freshness, innovation and craveable flavors in everything we serve.

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average 202 votes
Tips from the Net @ Round Table Pizza
Alex A en
The pizza was delicious but the ambience n decor are awful n the place is not clean GooglePlace - September 2017
Brett Smith en
I've been going to round table for 25 years across the Bay Area. This is by far the worst service and establishment of them all. Waited 2 hours for a pizza tinge delivered 5 blocks away. This is my first review on google this is how terrible it is. GooglePlace - September 2017
Big Dave en
One time I was going there and the old white person taking the order was a complete douche bag to me. The place is decent but is very old. Things that are wrong: The bathroom are super small, the tv Is old and terrible when you watch tv. The only thing I like was the 2 aracade games. GooglePlace - August 2017
zenosxr en
DO NOT EAT HERE! I didn't read reviews, just seen this place and was on my way home. Was a walk in during the apparent dead hours of 8PM on a Thursday. An older guy sat in the table area drinking and on his phone, the younger guy that took my order seemed confused as to what to do, he called another guy up from the back and they talked together for a few minutes, 30 minutes later they finally managed a small pep order. Dining area was dirty, garbage overflowing, do NOT recommend! GooglePlace - July 2017
Alex Kaufman en
There are so many better pizza places in the same price range. Avoid at all costs. It's not often you find an actual owner/operator that is so inconsiderate and rude that you have to ask whether he actually should be running his own store. The owner of this store must be a real dummy. My friend ordered a pizza online and I was to pick it up on the way home from work for us. Seems like a totally normal situation. I gave the owner his name, and the order, and then I was berated for 20 minutes about trying to "steal" pizza from my friend. I was even asked, and I am quoting here "Why are you here?, why is (friend's name) not here?" When I asked him how I would have known the exact order and the name of my friend he went ballistic. What a moron! GooglePlace - February 2017