8 of America’s Best Pizza Farms
Pizza lovers, listen up. If you’re craving the best pie of your life, head to a pizza farm. These niche eateries are popping up on homesteads all across the country, serving up ‘za made with farm-fresh ingredients.
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If you love pizza (and c’mon, who doesn’t?) you need to visit a pizza farm. This locavore trend is gaining traction across the country, encouraging patrons to visit a neighborhood farm and enjoy a pie made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. We visited a pizza farm last summer to get the full scoop, and now we’re excited to share our top pizza farm picks with you. Enjoy—and save us a slice!
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Courtesy Seal Cove Farm
Seal Cove Farm
If you’ve ever wanted to hang out with a herd of cuddly goats while noshing on the best pizza in town, head to Seal Cove Farm. This New England destination has been making goat cheese since 1981. And every Friday through Sunday, May through October, you’ll find pies decorated with feta, chevre and “goateroni”—plus farm-fresh veggies. Don’t miss these other wicked good New England eats.
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Old School Farm
Eat like a local at Old School Farm. After all, every ingredient is grown on-site or sourced from a nearby creamery. The farm’s woodlot even powers the pizza oven! This Mid-Atlantic eatery serves up 12-inch artisan pizzas every Friday night from mid-May through October. Live music starts at 6 p.m. Still hungry? Check out one of our top 10 pizza recipes.