Located in the Enchanted Lake Shopping Center, Round Table Pizza doesn't offer "2-for-1 specials" or delivery like the Big 3 pizza chains. What it does offer is high quality pizzas loaded with premium toppings at a reasonable (but certainly not the cheapest) price.
The strategy seems to work -- the restaurant had to expand its dine-in area and line to pick-up orders is almost constant.
I really enjoy Round Table's regular crust. Be careful when you order, though -- you may be asked if you want the "thin" crust, which is actually the "regular" or "original" crust. Don't get thrown off an accidentally order the pan crust thinking that "thin" was actually that cracker-like crust found at the chains. I tried the pan and it wasn't as good.
A large, speciality pizza (such as the King Arthur Supreme) runs in the mid-twenties. Round Table places coupons for a buck or two off a pizza in the newspaper, and you can usually use one coupon per pizza ordered on the same order.