By Devynn Barnes
Noble Roman’s Pizza, a fixture in the strip center off Brendon Way in Zionsville since 2005, became the new project of husband-wife team Chris and Jeanette Gallardo this August. The couple are the new owners, and they’re excited to get to know the surrounding area.
Chris Gallardo, who worked at Papa John’s as a driver when he was younger, is happy about becoming a part of the Zionsville community.
“We just knew it’s a growing town, there are definite possibilities,” Chris said.
Chris Gallardo said he and his wife have always wanted to own a pizzeria. When they began the hunt for a location, they were drawn to the Zionsville Noble Roman’s by its decent price and good location.
“We saw the listing [and]decided to get finances together—the process was very rapid,” Chris said.
Because the process moved so quickly, the Gallardos, who hail from the south side of Indianapolis, are still commuting to the Zionsville location everyday. The family is in the process of finding a place and moving closer to work in Zionsville. For now, they are committed to continuing and improving upon the tradition of bringing quality food to the Zionsville community. They intend to fully participate in community outreach programs that benefit local organizations.
“We’re just looking forward to [being]a strong presence in the community,” Chris said.
Noble Roman’s is at 78 Brendon Way and is open Monday through Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.