Pizza Night Tickets
This meal is prepared by members of the pizza club, and pizza club, as a private fraternal organization, is not under the jurisdiction or inspection of the Greene County Health Department. We strive to keep our food clean, safe, and healthy, but we do prepare our toppings in our farm kitchen, and the pizzas are rolled, topped, baked, and served in the open air.For a limited time you can purchase a 2018 Season Pass, a great way to save a little money, and gain a whole lot of freedom.To reserve tickets for our pizza club fill out the form we require a nonrefundable $5 per adult reservation to secure your reservation. You can pay the remainder at the door with Cash, Check or Credit. Remember this is a pizza club and you must make reservations.If the weather turns foul, we will have to cancel the event. We will post this on Millsap Farm Facebook and our blog. Unfortunately we will not be able to offer refunds for your registration fee on the day of the event as it is nonrefundable, this applies to weather cancellations and no-shows. The only exception to this is if we can clearly see that foul weather is going to be instore, we may choose to offer an alternative night like Friday or Saturday, and in this case if you can not make the transition, we will refund your deposit.If you need to cancel please email us at email@example.com however your registration fee is nonrefundable.
What is going on? Every Thursday night 6:00 to 9:00 we are inviting pizza club members to our farm for pizza. Our delicious wood-fired pizzas are cooked in our handmade New Mexico style Horno wood-fired earthen oven at ~800 degrees taking less than 2 minutes to cook. The pizzas are served buffet style where we offer 4 types of pizza every week; 3 pizzas topped with our seasonal produce, plus a cheese option. Each week we harvest our seasonal fresh organically raised produce and create different kinds of pizzas that also feature other local meats, cheeses, sauces and vegetables. This meal is prepared by members of the pizza club, and pizza club, as a private fraternal organization, is not under the jurisdiction or inspection of the Greene County Health Department. We strive to keep our food clean, safe, and healthy, but we do prepare our toppings in our farm kitchen, and the pizzas are rolled, topped, baked, and served in the open air.
We will provide water, and have a few sodas and juices for sale if you prefer, but feel free to bring a drink of choice to accompany your meal. Also feel free to bring a salad or dessert. We have a limited number of tables, so bring along chairs, or a picnic blanket to sit on. While you’re here, feel free to check out the rest of the farm, but please be respectful, stay on paths, treat animals with care, stay off machinery, and keep an eye on your kids. Most nights we offer a farm tour lead by Curtis at about 7:00, the musician will announce it. Bathrooms are in the large greenhouse, and if at all possible carpool to help with parking. We love what we do, and we love to share it with others help us spread the word and invite your friends. These are open-air gatherings, if it rains we have to cancel, sorry!
We ask you leave your dogs at home, thank you for understanding, and if you need to smoke or put on bug spray please move away from the crowd.
If you need to reach us Sarah cell is 417-773-1989. Adults are $14 ($5 nonrefundable and $9 of which is collected at the door with CASH, check or charge) Kids 4-12 years $5 at the door, 3 and under are free, and gluten free crust(ordered ahead of time) for $4.50 paid for at the door.Not everyone lives on a farm, but everyone loves Pizza at the farm! Please pick up after yourself, and keep up with your kids while you are here.
May 24th singer-songwriter and all around amazing musician Jimmy Rea will be gracing our stage for a night of pizza, friends, music and farming good times. Be here.
Wrapping up our May with our friend Molly Healey, she is amazingly talented and we would love for you to come hear this lady sing, play the fiddle and guitar, cello and any other insturment she might pick up. We adore her and we know you will too!
This young lady is just finishing up high school, but no doubt she is going places. Come hear her beautiful bluegrass voice and guitar playing. (Barak Hill was originally on for this evening, but he need to change so Emalee offered to exchange)
This is the second year we have had Brandon with us here at Millsap Farm Pizza Feast. Brandon is a joy to listen to.
We have enjoyed hearing Brian Bulger and crew play at Farmers Market of the Ozarks, so we are excited to welcome them on stage for their 1st pizza night. Be Here!!