Our pizzasare made with handmade dough, which is vegan friendly. Normally, we utilize our own chemical-free produce for many of the toppings (onions, peppers, squash, spinach, tomatoes, basil). However, for some of the 2019 season, we will be acquiring much of the yummy, organic produce from our local co-op, Just Foods. Our gardens are being re-established on the farm, due to the new barn build.
No reservations needed – just walk up, order and wait for your number to be up on the board. The new kitchen and restrooms are located just behind the barn which is where you will find the menu board and place your order. Your 16" pizza comes in a box; you supply plates, utensils, beverages, appetizers, etc. (beer & wine are OK, too). Bringing along a blanket or table/chairs is a good idea. We accept cash or check.
Please take your empty pizza box with you as well as any other recyclables or trash. Click on the button following to see the menu.
Opening Day - the first Wednesday in May
Open every Wednesday beginning in May and going through mid-October. Sunday, October 20th is the final day pizza of the season. We cook rain or shine; there is shelter should it be rainy or too sunny.
May ordering hours: 4 pm - 7:30 pm
June, July & August ordering hours: 4 pm - 8:30 pm
September ordering hours: 4 pm - 8 pm
October ordering hours: 4 pm - 7:30 pm
Also open the 3rd Sunday of each month
Sunday ordering hours: 11:30am - 3:30pm
October Sunday Pizza is the 20th and is our final pizza day of the season.
Prices - Cash or check
All tax is included: $25 per 16" specialty pizza, $20 for 4-cheese, $15
for a 12" cauliflower crust, gluten free personal pizza.
Note: Our gluten free pizzas are prepared and cooked in the same kitchen and oven as our regular flour pizzas.
We welcome local musicians who want to come out and play during pizza events. Contact us!
Parking is permitted on our property only. No parking is permitted on 110th Street, Jacobs Avenue or in the parking lot of the Northfield Town Hall.
A few noteworthy notes
Please watch your children; we are unable to do so! Even though it is tempting to go barefoot, a farmyard has many things that can cause a painful step, so please keep your shoes on. Please leave your dog friends at home while you visit. Use caution if driving on Jacob's Ave (gravel road intersecting 110th St.) as many young children are at play.
Music & Art Events
No music is scheduled for the remainder of the season.