NORTHFIELD, MN - While exploring Minnesota's farmlands, take a look at these outdoor cooking areas. These areas feature wood-fired pizza ovens and picnic tables.
The food is served fresh at some farms, and the customers are asked to bring their own plates and utensils. This is the place to go if you love pizza night.
After touring the Midwest farms, you will realize that your experience will differ from everything you expected. You can taste the farm-fresh ingredients used in your pies, making them more authentic and unique than what you find at a local pizzeria.
At Red Barn Farm, near Minneapolis, guests can enjoy homemade pizza from scratch or order specialty pies made with farm-grown ingredients. The Winters also host live music each night.
DreamAcres Farm in Wykoff serves pizza every Friday night. The farm makes its pies with the finest ingredients, including cheese, meat, and vegetarian sausage.
At Squash Blossom Farm, located north of Rochester, wood-fired pizza is served every Sunday night during the summer. Live music is also played on the farm. Nearby is Post Town Winery, which sells local wines.
At Pleasant Grove Pizza Farm, you'll find a variety of pizza varieties, along with live music, and a great place to visit for lunch or dinner.
Two Pony Gardens in Long Lake is a haven of dahlias and tomatoes. On select weekends in October, visitors can wander through the gardens and mingle with the chickens while their pizzas are prepared. Two creations are available: a classic Margherita pie and a specialty pie made with seasonal fruits and vegetables. Tickets are required in advance.
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