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Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana

Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana
Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana
Some days you just want pizza (if you are me, that would be most days) so we had to check out Big Woods Pizza in Nashville, Indiana.

We stepped inside the Brown County pizza parlor and were greeted with live music!

Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana

This Indiana town pizza shop is another venture owned by the folks who brought you Big Woods Brewing Company. Since that particular establishment is for folks 21  years of age and older, they wanted to make something more accessible–and what better way to reach more people than with pizza?

Of course, there’s Indiana beer on the menu. It is made on site, don’t you know!

There’s a whole lot more, too! Artisan pizza, with build your own options or taste-bud tempting picks like classic Margherita or The Big Woods: sausage, roasted garlic, Asiago cheese and mozzarella over marinara sauce.

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Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana
Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana
My husband, Jeremy, and I decided to let the kids pick out their own pizza. We wanted to try something other than their usual pepperoni or sausage pizza!

So, while the kiddos went with Kimosabe (which is just fun to say): Italian sausage, pepperoni, and mozzarella over a flavorful marinara, my husband and I opted for Emily’s Garden Pizza.

Olive oil, mushrooms, tomatoes, red onions, spinach, black olives, feta, and mozzarella round out this delicious pizza. I tried a slice of the boy’s pizza as well and…it’s all good!

Side? You know we had to try something out! Well, when there’s hand-rolled breadsticks on the menu, there’s really no resisting it.

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Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana: Hand-rolled Breadsticks
Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana: Hand-rolled Breadsticks
Big Woods Pizza Company boasts live music, fresh food, and their own tasty Indiana beer. That’s three very good reasons to head out to this Brown County hangout!

Definitely go to Big Woods Pizza Company in Nashville, Indiana and check it out. I think you will love it! Time it right and you may get a chance to listen to a bit of free entertainment too. 

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Big Woods Pizza Company
44 North Van Buren Street
Nashville, Indiana 47448
812.988.6004

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  1. Jessica,
    We love Big Woods and love Emily’s Garden pizza, too! We take out of town guest there when they are here for a visit.
    Cheryl

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