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Stanley's Farmhouse Pizza
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Ceres Park Ranch 13187 Fitzhugh Rd TX 78736
Ceres Park Ranch, 13187 Fitzhugh RoadUSTexas78736
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With a unique relaxing setting, Stanley's is right on a working ranch along side Jester King Brewery.  Locally sourced, high quality ingredients make the hand crafted pizzas tasty on a crust that is absolutely stellar with it's balance of crunch and chewiness.  Beer selections from the finest craft brewers from around the country along with wines and non-alcoholic beverage round out your meal, while the view and atmosphere round out your experience.  Well worth the trip out.
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Set in a barn on Ceres Park Ranch, this weekend-only place serves handcrafted pies & craft beer.- Google
"Tasty wood fire pizza with great charring."
"Tasty pizza next to the first class Jester King micro brewery."
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Joseph White
3 weeks ago
Tasty pizza next to the first class Jester King micro brewery. Lots of outdoor seating. Laid back. Texas at its best. Get here early.
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Simeon Vogiatzis
2 weeks ago
Tasty wood fire pizza with great charring. The garlic knots may be some of the best I've ever had. Wait always seems to be very long though. Friendly and helpful staff
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2 weeks ago
I loved the set up and lights around the barn. Pizza tasted great and the strawberry heart pastry was yummy. We talked at the picnic tables and enjoyed the sunset after eating.
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Sunay Palsole
5 months ago
Pizza and beer! Can it really get better than that heavenly combo? Pizzas are all perfectly fabulous with the thin crust boasting a characteristic neopolitan char and a chewy yet tender crust. Toppings are all fabulously planned combinations with the brisket and jalapeño pizza being my absolute favorite. Vegetarians are very well taken care of upon with the Tina and Isabela outstanding examples of how pizzas can be elevated with simple ingredients.
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Leila Rahil
a month ago
Let me preface this review with...I am not a fan of waiting for food, which seems to be part of the whole "Austin food experience". So, if you, like me, do not enjoy standing in line for inordinate amounts of time just to order and then sitting and waiting even longer for your actual food, then this will probably not be the place for you. That being said, I have a feeling this place is as popular and does as well as it does because it has a pretty captive audience. That isn't to say the pizza was bad, because it wasn't, but for the quality you get for the price you pay on top of waiting over an hour to get it (and that is lowballing the avg wait time from order to chewing on a Saturday), I am just not a fan. I do appreciate the effort they put into the interesting flavor profiles and ingredient combinations, but I have had better pizza as far as quality and crust elsewhere without the looooong wait. Pies will run you about $15-16 to feed two people, or one person if you are hungry. Our group of starving beers-in-hand Beer Challenge Meetup-ers decided to order 3 different pizzas to get a true taste profile of the pizza offerings and we had the Zinnia, Penelope, and Wallie. My favorite by far was the Zinnia and the Wallie was a close second. The Penelope was just a bland salad w/crust. I did think it was cool that they ask for your number so they can text you to let you know when your pizza is ready. However, I think it is uncool that they write your ph number on your pizza box and just set it on the counter for all the world to see. I'm a pretty private person and was not comfortable with my number readily available for the masses to view and do who knows what with. Drunk/hangry people are not exactly known for making the best decisions, especially when it comes to other people's phone numbers. I'm glad I used my Google Voice number and not my actual cell number, but still, not a fan of this set-up. I get the logic behind the logistics, but not the execution. In any case, I can usually only take Jester King's beers in small and spread out doses, but I think on my bi-annual visits out here, I will be sure to grab a bite elsewhere prior.
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Michael Green
a week ago
A total hidden gem. Great atmosphere for a unique Austin dining experience. Don't miss Jester King Brewery up on the hill as well.
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Adam Jones
6 months ago
Amazing place for families. My kids love coming here. Great open space, lots of room for kids to run around. Good pizza and beverages. Unique dining experience and feels very TEXAS.
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Jonathan Toman
2 weeks ago
This is on the grounds of the Jester King brewery. They have great pizza to pair with the beer. They have additional local beers too.


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