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The Blue Moon Story

When Blue Moon Pizza opened in 2003, the basic idea was simple. Give people an everyday place that still feels special.


A Place Less Ordinary

It was a challenging mission: create a restaurant with simple but top-notch food, take-care-of-the-guest service, a fun, down-to-earth atmosphere, at reasonable prices you can afford. And oh yeah, how about a real full-service bar? Pizza seemed like the perfect signature item, a sharing kind of food everybody loves, to which you can bring unlimited creative touches. Now when we look around and hear things our loyal guests say, we realize that this really is the kind of place you don’t see very often. Blue Moon turned out to be a pretty good name after all.




A Pizza Less Ordinary

The Dough - Made fresh each day. Hand-rolled, hand-tossed, hand-stretched for each pizza. A real labor of love. Brushed with extra virgin olive oil, finished with a little salt and pepper on the crust. You’ll want to eat every last bite.

The Sauce - Made of rich red California plum tomatoes that go from vine to packaging within hours. Never cooked, just mixed, until it graces your Blue Moon pizza. We add our own Blue Moon blend of herbs and spices. Primo!

The Cheese - Wisconsin’s own Grande. The very best pizza cheese on the market and the only cheese we have ever used. Such a unique flavor: the creamy, buttery taste of the mozzarella and the zing from the provolone perfectly complements the flavors that surround it.

The Toppings – As fresh as you can get. Our produce is delivered fresh daily, with vegetables hand-chopped, and meats cooked fresh daily.

The Visual - Last but not least, we wanted our pizza to look as great as it tastes. We think every little touch matters. The swirls of sauce on the BBQ Chicken pizza, the three colors of bell peppers instead of just green - really does make it taste better.








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