Pizza purveyor unveils big plans for Round Rock

Maybe it’s our love for bringing delicious eats to the community or maybe it’s the fact that bread covered in sauce, cheese and toppings is the stuff dreams are made of.

Whatever it is, when we heard that the folks who started the 40 North food trailer which made it’s name with nom-worthy neapolitan-style pizzas on South First in Austin, planned to open a brick and mortar here in Round Rock, we pretty much flipped our brick oven lid.

Obviously we’re pretty ecstatic for another delicious destination to head to town, and not just because of our foodie fanboy status. New business, whether that’s a restaurant, local boutique or national retailer equals sales tax dollars that stay within our community. And those dollars help make our Round Rock better!

Hungry for more details? Eater Austin has the full rundown – check it out below or in its original format on their website:




Want better roads? How about better parks? All you have to do is Shop the Rock. Seriously, head over to the outlets and buy those shoes, or venture downtown for lunch. It doesn’t matter if you are shopping, dining or getting a haircut your dollars are helping to pay it forward and build our community. What makes this possible? Sales tax. Though it may be the least sexy tax, it is the hardest working one. So next time you see a shirt you love, buy it. Your city will thank you.