at Union Hall in Waco, Texas

Giant Slices!

Cut from a 20-inch pie – making each serving close to a personal pizza.

  • Classic Cheese 4.50

    Classic red sauce, whole milk mozzarella and parmesan

  • White Pie 5.25

    House made alfredo sauce, mozzarella and ricotta

  • Pepperoni 5.50

    Classic red sauce, deli pepperoni, cup and char pepperoni, mozzarella

  • Queen Margherita 5.50

    Classic red sauce, fresh mozzarella & basil, EVOO, and sea salt

  • Supremely Veggie 6.00

    Classic red sauce, mozzarella, chopped spinach, mushrooms, black olives, red onions, squash, zucchini and topped with Feta cheese.

  • Flying Pig 6.25

    Classic red sauce, mozzarella, ham, crispy bacon, and roasted pineapples

  • Tex Mex Willies 6.50

    Classic red sauce, chorizo, mozzarella, red onions, jalapenos topped with lettuce, tomatoes and our spicy creama sauce

  • Village Throwback 6.50

    Classic red sauce, pepperoni, salami, Italian sausage, fresh mushrooms, green peppers, red onion

  • Uncle Memos 6.50

    Classic red sauce, pepperoni, Italian sausage, meatballs, salami, mozzarella

  • Hot Honey 6.50

    Classic red sauce, mozzarella, parmesan, ricotta, pepperoni, salami, jalapeños, & Mike’s Hot Honey

Specialty Whole Pies

14” pizza (serves 2-3)
or 12” cauliflower crust

  • Classic Cheese 12.95

    Classic red sauce, whole milk mozzarella and parmesan

  • White Pie 15.99

    House made alfredo sauce, mozzarella and ricotta

  • Pepperoni 15.99

    Classic red sauce, deli pepperoni, cup and char pepperoni, mozzarella

  • Queen Margherita 18.99

    Classic red sauce, fresh mozzarella & basil, EVOO, and sea salt

  • Supremely Veggie 17.99

    Classic red sauce, mozzarella, chopped spinach, mushrooms, black olives, red onions, squash, zucchini and topped with Feta cheese.

  • Flying Pig 18.99

    Classic red sauce, mozzarella, ham, crispy bacon, and roasted pineapples

  • Village Throwback 18.99

    Classic red sauce, pepperoni, salami, Italian sausage, fresh mushrooms, green peppers, red onion

  • Uncle Memos 21.99

    Classic red sauce, pepperoni, Italian sausage, meatballs, salami, mozzarella

  • Hot Honey 19.99

    Classic red sauce, mozzarella, parmesan, ricotta, pepperoni, salami, jalapeños, & Mike’s Hot Honey

  • Tex Mex Willies 19.99

    Classic red sauce, chorizo, mozzarella, red onions, jalapenos topped with lettuce, tomatoes and our spicy creama sauce

  • Texas 18.99

    BBQ sauce, grilled chicken, jalapeños, smoked provolone, red onions, crispy bacon, & fresh cilantro

  • Stella’s 19.99

    Alfredo sauce, mozzarella, grilled chicken, bacon, spinach, fresh tomatoes, parmesan, herbs (Add red chili pepper flakes for an extra kick!)

Appetizers

Pasta

Fresh Salads

Add Chicken + $2 Half Salads / $3 Full salads

Build Your Own Calzone

Start with Our Cheese calzone then add your extras.

Giant 20" Pizza

Feed The Whole Family!

Start with our classic Cheese Pizza

Add all the Toppings you love!

Veggies = $2 EACH

Meats = $4 Each

Italian
Gelato

Located at
Union Hall in
Waco Texas

720 Franklin Ave

Union Hall is a quality local inspired food hall where friends and family can find something that appeals to everyone. Enjoy your pizza paired with a beer, Texas-style craft cocktail, or our famous margaritas at Sam’s Bar — if you want the trifecta, add in a taco or two from Wacool Tacos & Tamales. Pizza, Beer, Tacos. Yum!

Our Family Heritage

Our family has served fresh handcrafted cuisine to Waco since the 1930s.

Our family is one of the oldest restaurant families still in business in Central Texas today, serving up homemade cuisine for more than 85 years. Family patriarch Antonio P. Castillo, Sr. started the Castillo’s restaurant legacy when he opened The Aztec Cafe in the early 1930s in downtown Waco.
Antonio and his wife Josephine were blessed with seven children (four sons and three daughters), all of whom were involved in the family business at one time or another.
In 1948, Antonio and his family opened a new restaurant, El Patio, located on 16th Street in Waco. Four years later, classic Italian “Pizza Pie” would be introduced to Waco for the very first time, happily made at the Castillo family’s restaurant!
An Italian airman serving at Waco’s James Connally Air Force Base befriended Antonio and taught the family the proper art of making pizza, from the dough, sauce and cheese, to baking it perfectly until bubbly.
They also learned proper techniques for making lasagna, spaghetti and manicotti. The popularity of their new cuisine offerings of Italian & Tex-Mex led to the renaming of the restaurant The Italian Village in 1952, a name that remained until its closing in 1986 after more than 35 years of quality service.

Welcome to The Village Pizzeria and Gelato Bar at Union Hall, where we are proudly continuing and building upon our family’s Italian pizza heritage.

at Union Hall in Waco, Texas

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