Up for a Road Trip? Two Words: Pizza Farm
Midwestern farms converting themselves into gourmet pizza parlors across the state ... we love to see it. Farms have found a new way to use their resources by harvesting fresh, homegrown ingredients to craft mouth-watering pizzas that can be enjoyed right there on the farm. Round up your family and friends for a summer picnic on one of Wisconsin’s pizza farms! The quality of the ingredients and tastiness of the pizza is well worth a short drive, so start making plans now. And if pizza isn’t your thing, here’s a special shout out to Together Farms and their popular Burger Nights! Don’t like burgers or pizza? Sorry, we can’t help ya.
WESTERN WISCONSIN PIZZA FARMS
A to Z Produce and Bakery
N2956 Anker Lane, Stockholm • (715) 448-4802 • firstname.lastname@example.org • atozproduceandbakery.com • This weekly pizza destination is open Tuesdays from 4:30-8pm during the summer. Drivers arrive by car or even horseback. The later you arrive in the season, the longer the wait is (it can be up to an hour), but the pie is worth it. If you’re in a rush, they can fix you one to go. Also a CSA farm. You’re welcome to bring your own snacks and games, explore the farm, or purchase beer while you wait.
Farm to Fork Retreat at Dancing Yarrow Farm
S193 County Road BB, Mondovi • (715) 210-1799 • farmtoforkretreat.com • Head to the Farm to Fork retreat 5-9pm, Thursdays through Saturdays, for wood-fired pizza nights. They close for weddings, so keep an eye on their website or Facebook to stay up to date. $15 for basic pizzas, and $18-22 for specialty pies. They serve a variety of local beers at their Milk House Bar.
Nelson Stone Barn
S685 County Road KK, Nelson • (715) 673-4478 • email@example.com • thenelsonstonebarn.com/pizzeria • Open Friday through Sunday from 5-9pm through the spring and summer months, Nelson boasts a hand-rolled thin crust and meats from locally raised livestock. Nelson offers custom pizzas as well as wine, beer, and ice cream. New pizzas are added to the menu often, and you always customize your pie with a “build your own” option.
Stoney Acres Farm
7002 Rangline Road, Athens • stoneyacresfarm.net/pizza-on-the-farm • Pizza night at Stoney Acres is on Friday evenings from late April to early November. Some ticketed Saturday events are available. They serve up simple, seasonal, organic pizzas, have local beers and wines for sale, and you can check out their farmers market goods.
Suncrest Gardens Farm
S2257 Yaeger Dugway, Cochrane • (608) 626-2122 • firstname.lastname@example.org • suncrestgardensfarm.com • Also a Community Supported Agriculture farm, Suncrest welcomes diners from 4:30-8pm on Fridays in May and September, and Thursdays and Fridays in June, July, and August. Everything is served local, seasonal, and wood-fired. Bring your own chairs and blankets. Pies run $19-25. Also features live music on Friday evenings.