How long can I keep my Noble Roman's pizza in the refrigerator before baking it?
For the best tasting results we recommend that you bake your pizza within 24 hour from purchase.
Can I bake multiple pizzas at one time?
We recommend for best results to bake medium and large pizzas one at a time. Pizza Minis can be baked with up to four in the oven at one time.
Can I bake my pizza and breadsticks at the same time?
Our recommendation is to bake your breadsticks before baking your pizza and enjoy them with one of our dipping sauces while your pizza cooks.
Can I Reuse the aluminum baking tray?
Yes! Our aluminum baking trays are chemical free, reusable and recyclable.
Do you offer baking services?
Some of our locations do have baking stations. See our Locations page and look for the Baking Station icon .
If I have leftover pizza, what's the best way to store it?
Line a plate or airtight container with paper towels. Place the pizza on the paper towels. Cover the plate with plastic wrap; if you're using a container, cover it with a lid.
What's the best way to reheat my leftover pizza?
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Place the pizza on a baking sheet or reuse the aluminum baking tray that came with your pizza. Put the pizza in the oven. Check pizza every so often to watch the progress. When the pizza is done, the cheese should be bubbly and crispy brown in spots. Remove it from the oven and enjoy. (If you're in a hurry, the microwave works too!)
Do you have any fundraising opportunities for my organization?
Yes. We offer a variety of fundraising opportunities for all kinds of organizations -- schools, sport teams, churches, etc. Contact your local Noble Roman's Take-n-Bake store to learn more.
Do you have a gluten free crust?
Yes. We serve a delicious gluten-free crust the whole famliy can enjoy, made from rice flour, tapioca flour, potato starch, olive oil and water. Please note, however, that our gluten free crust is not recommended for customers with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. Our gluten free crust is made in a certified gluten free facility, but is stored, handled and topped in a common kitchen with shared utensils alongside items containing gluten.