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Road Trip to a Twin Cities Area Pizza Farm

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Squash Blossom Farm in Oronoco MN | photo used with permission

As Minnesotans we have to take every opportunity we can to enjoy the outdoors during the warmer months. Dining outdoors is more than just eating. It’s an experience! We’ve rounded up some nearby pizza farms for you to enjoy while the sun is still high. Enjoy the friendly, country settings and the delicious local food for a truly special summertime experience!

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eric August 30, 2016 at 10:15 AM

Went to this place last weekend. Pizza was amazing and the view on the river on way back to St.Paul was worth the trip!

Dana April 17, 2017 at 10:53 PM

We went to the Northfield one- it was a great place but the night we went it took two hours to get our pizza. There were soooo many people there. Not sure if we went on an unusual night?? So next time we will bring activities to do to keep my kids entertained.

Becky Goodwin November 5, 2018 at 6:27 PM

The Red Barn Pizza Farm was wiped out in a cluster of tornadoes that hit the area from Mankato to our town, Cannon Falls on Sept. 20, 2018!!

Elizabeth Fitzsimmons June 15, 2022 at 8:11 PM

Stone Barn Pizza Farm in Nelson, WI

Candi Powell July 17, 2022 at 7:15 PM

Pleasant Grove in Waseca, MN is really good!! You can bring a pop up shade tent if it’s hot along with snacks, drinks, plates and napkins.

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