Good Roots Wood Fire Pizza Night
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Our weekly wood-fired pizza nights are every Sunday evening, 4:30-7:30 PM, starting early June – mid Oct. This year, enjoy our farm fresh pizza with family and friends by placing a pre-order! Pre-orders for the upcoming Sundays will be open Tuesdays from 3 pm with the new menu.
To place your order visit goodrootsfarm.square.site, order up to 6 pizzas of your fancy, and select the time you’d like your pizzas to be ready the following Sunday! Our menu will be updated often to reflect the seasonal produce available.
Please note: If the pick-up time you’d prefer to reserve is not available, it has been reserved by another group. If there are no pick-up times available for that particular Pizza Night on The Farm, we are full.
On the night of, we welcome you to enjoy the evening on the farm with your family and friends. Our food is served picnic-style and we have plenty of space to spread out and make the evening special, safely. We encourage you to bring your own yard games, lawn chairs, blankets, and plates to enjoy our farm, food and animals. Friendly, non-barking dogs on leashes are welcome.
Q & A-
Do I need a reservation? We highly encourage it! To ensure your pizza is hot, fresh, and ready in a timely fashion we ask that you pre-order your pizzas. Visit goodrootsfarm.square.site to place your order.
What can I expect? Specialty, hand-crafted, wood-fired pizzas and a beautiful evening on the farm with space to enjoy your friends and family. You can spend the entire evening on the farm and when your pizzas are ready, we will display your order number by the Pizza Ovens.
Do I need to bring drinks? No, we’ve got you covered! We sell select beers, wine, and signature lemonades. Bring your own water or we will have some bottled you can purchase.
What should we bring? Our pizza is served picnic-style and delivered to you hot from our wood-fired oven in a pizza box. Please bring your own utensils, napkins, lawn chair, and yard games, if you like.
Please watch your children; we are unable to do so.
Even though it is tempting to go barefoot, a barnyard has many things that could cause a painful step, so best to keep shoes on.