Murphy Adams Restaurant Group, owner and operator of Mama Fu’s Asian House and Austin’s Pizza, is opening its first-ever co-branded location in Round Rock, Texas on June 20, 2019. Austin’s Pizza will be joining Mama Fu’s Asian House inside their restaurant at 311 University Blvd., Suite 200, to give guests the option of freshly-baked pizza or Asian classics.

“We wanted to bring our guests something different and convenient from our two long-standing Austin restaurant brands,” said Randy Murphy, president and CEO of Murphy Adams Restaurant Group. “Pizza and Asian food may seem like an odd match, but the two categories are the kings of delivery. We’ve combined Mama Fu’s and Austin’s Pizza into one location for our customers, while also increasing our efficiencies, because we know delivery better than anyone else.”

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Guests can find healthier options on both sides of the new restaurant. Austin’s Pizza serves all natural, hormone-free meat toppings, as well as gluten-free crust and vegan cheese. At Mama Fu’s, guests can substitute Zoodles or cauliflower rice on any entree for a lighter dish. Both brands also specialize in same-day catering for large or small venues, and will be available at the new location.

At the new co-branded restaurant only, Mama Fu’s is adding special offers to its menu, including more meat in the Mama’s Signatures and Asian Classics entrees and a new Pick 2 option for lunch every day, where guests can choose one Asian Classic and one side or drink for just $8.99 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. (select menu options apply).

A second co-branded location is planned for the Mama Fu’s restaurant in Killeen, Texas, slated to open in July 2019 with a third co-branded location in Bastrop, Texas slated for August 2019.

To learn more about the two brands that are joining forces, visit www.MamaFus.com or www.AustinsPizza.com.

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