We’re back from a summer hiatus, and like everyone, we cannot believe how quickly this dreamy season has gone. School begins for us next week and while it’s going to take time for our family to re-adjust to a regular routine, we are so glad one of our new summertime traditions will continue through the fall — namely, wood-fired pizza nights at Small Feat Farm, a flower and vegetable farm in Gray. In addition to growing flowers, husband and wife team Joanna Kraft and Brian Rhodes-Dewey, host monthly pizza nights with their business partner Catherine Caswell. At the farm, visitors can enjoy made to order wood-fired pizzas and salads, along with a local craft beer selection, wine and specialty cocktails. There is also lemonade and sodas for the kids.
Once visitors order pizzas and drinks, they’re free to roam the grounds, play corn hole or simply sit and enjoy the scenery.
In our minds, there is no better place to spend a Sunday afternoon. We invite friends, bring along bocce and just enjoy being outdoors together. And whether you choose a classic Margherita pie with fresh basil and mozzarella or a specialty pie topped with mushroom, ricotta and fennel, it’s certain to be delicious.
Small Feat Farm pizza nights happen the second Sunday of each month through October. To learn more about the event, visit here.
Small Feat Farm (at Caswell Farm & Wedding Barn)
120 Whitney Road