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. 
     

    Adults are $15, Kids 4-12 years $6, 3 and under are free, $5.50 per Gluten Free Crust.  If weather makes it impossible to hold pizza night and we have to cancel, we will send an email to the guest list and let you know.  Of course, we always hope for the best, and we usually don't cancel until noon on the day of, so we can see what the unpredictable Ozarks weather will do.  All tickets reservations are made online. If you need to reach us Sarah cell is 417-773-1989.  All payment will be made at the door, cash is appreciated but check or credit is ok too.  Please do your best to show up if you have reservations, but if the unexpected happens and you need to cancel please email us (include the reservation name in the email) ASAP at millsapfarms@gmail.com. We often have a waitlist who are eager to fill in when spots open up, but it is essential that you communicate with us if you are cancelling.

     
     
    If you need to cancel please email us at millsapfarms@gmail.com .
     
    You can also find full information about our CSA 
  • Evening set 

    What is going on?  Every Thursday night 6:00 May through October 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 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 and are doing our best to space them out, so bring along chairs, or a picnic blanket and feel free to sit in the front yard. 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.

    At the front of the greenhouse we have a self service farm stand.  So on your way out stop in and stock up with produce from your favorite pizza making farm.  To pay for produce you will need cash or check to deposit in the green lockbox at the cooler.

    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.  

     
    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. 
    Evening set kids eat pizzaEmalee Flatness 
     

 


Wild Greens Foraging and Pizza Lunch With Rachel West. ***Special Saturday Event***

When: 1-3pm, Saturday, November 7.

Where: Millsap Farm, 6593 North Emu Lane, Springfield MO 65803

We'll gather on the farm to walk the fields with Rachel West, local wild edibles expert, identifying and harvesting "weeds" from our fields and forests, and then create pizzas with wild oyster mushrooms, smoked wild greens, and freshly saute'd greens from our walk.  This unique learning event is a fundraiser for The Millsap Girls' Yearly Thanksgiving Basket Project.  Feel free to bring your own beverage of choice, and dress to be comfortable in the weather; this is a strictly outside event, tramping thought the fields and woods.  Come learn more about our amazing bioregion, through the eyes of one if it's most talented and knowledgable advocates. Space is very limited, due to the nature of the event, and COVID guidelines. Pay at the farm on check-in, but you must sign up for a reservation. 

 

 


$30.00
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