Pizza Night ~ Made where it’s grown since 1998 ~ Tuesdays 4:30pm - 8:00pm
2019 Pizza Night Season
May 7th, 2019 - Oct 29th, 2019
Last Pop up of the Season: Saturday April 20, 2019 2-8pm
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AtoZ Produce and Bakery
N2956 Anker Ln
Stockholm, WI 54769
What you need to know
- You can picnic on the farm or take pizza out. If you decide to picnic, bring everything with you except alcohol. Bring plates, flatware, glasses, napkins, water, soft drinks, and any other picnicking supplies.
- We sell wine and beer by the bottle. Please do not bring your own alcohol, it is against state law.
- Our pizzas are made with organic flours and/or flours that we grind here on the farm. If you cannot eat GLUTEN, we are sorry. There is absolutely no way a pizza could come out of our kitchens "gluten free". There is flour everywhere.
- On busy nights there will be a wait for your pizza—bring your own salads, snacks, and games.
- We function like the State Parks: Pack it In/Pack it Out. All garbage and recycling goes with you, including the pizza boxes, and any bottles you may have purchased here.
- Please, no pets.
- This is a farm: assume all fences are electric.
- If you choose to walk through the fields where we grow vegetables for pizza, please stay on mowed paths. Never go into a field where something is growing.
- Parents must supervise their children. Farm equipment is not for playing on or around.
- Use your electronic devises wisely. Turn your flash off when pointing your camera at people. We understand that you want a picture of the ovens but being "flashed" all night makes us irritable.
- There are many animals on our farm. This is their home. It is not a petting zoo.
- We love cash and checks but we do also take credit cards.
What to Bring:
- Soft Drinks
- Picnic blanket
Please Do Not Bring:
What to Take Home:
- Everything you brought with you, including garbage, pizza boxes and recycling.
What to Expect Throughout the Year
Spring has sprung. Busy enough to be energizing but not crazy by any means. Maybe a 15 minute wait.
Summer begins. June is dramatically calmer than July. A 30-40 minute wait at peak times.
Starts to feel like a county fair. Come prepared to wait an hour.
The last hurrah of summer. Come prepared to wait an hour.
Dramatic change of pace after Labor Day. 15-30 minute wait, mostly at the beginning of the night.
Pretty nice. Bring a jacket and a flashlight—it gets dark early. Generally, no wait.
The coop is available for rainy and cool weather times.
Rainy nights are quieter than beautiful nights.
Hot summer nights are quieter than perfect summer nights.
It is always cooler and more pleasant out in the country.