There’s No Restaurant In The World Like This One In Iowa
If you love farms and you love pizza, then you’re going to love Geyer’s Oven in Oxford, an actual pizza farm. You can’t deny that the world is a beautiful place when things like pizza farms exist. So cool. This concept brings new meaning to the phrase, “farm-to-table.” Geyer’s uses their wood-fired pizza oven to create artisan pizza in classic and unusual combinations, making maximum use of their seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients.
Pizza nights are held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, from the end of May to the end of September, from 5-8pm. You can bring your own chairs, blankets, drinks, plates or anything else that will enhance your eating experience. But no worries if you don’t bring anything, because they provide plates, napkins, juice, tea and all-you-can-eat pizza for a cost of $12 per adult. The charge for children is left up to the discretion of parents. They also sell fresh, homemade bread, and the pizza farm is at the same site as Anna’s Cutting Garden, a you-pick garden that also sells flowers for weddings and other events.
Address: 1259 Rohret Rd SW, Oxford, IA
Hours: 5-8pm, on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month (end of May to end of September).
If you’re worried about the weather, make sure to call them first, as they don’t do pizza nights if it’s raining.
For more delicious pizza options in Iowa, check out 10 Pizza Places in Iowa You Have to Try.