Each Tuesday, the bar in Riley, a crossroads group 7 miles northwest of Verona, gives a particular featured pizza for its pizza evening.
Kate Teasdale, who purchased the bar in December 2019 along with her husband, Chuck, stated that is the third 12 months for the inexperienced bean casserole pizza she created along with her kitchen supervisor, Danette Dahlk.
They provide it two days earlier than Thanksgiving. Final 12 months, they offered about 100 pizzas, which is quite a bit for a November Tuesday after outside eating is over, Teasdale stated.
On Tuesdays, the Riley all the time encompasses a particular pizza, however clients may order from the bar’s commonplace pizza menu. The remainder of the menu is suspended.
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She’s anticipating the same quantity this 12 months. “Folks inform me they’re trying ahead to it.”
The inexperienced bean casserole pizza is the Riley’s largest featured pizza of 12 months, Teasdale stated.
She stated the weekly pizzas are a gaggle venture. “We stand round and give you concepts and wait until one thing sticks.”
Teasdale stated the featured pizza is usually tied to one thing that is occurring, whether or not it is a vacation or the time of 12 months.
In addition they provide a take-and-bake choice that some individuals will take to a Friendsgiving or save for Thanksgiving, she stated, including that some individuals put it out as an appetizer and even with the principle course.
“I find it irresistible,” she stated. “It is so good. It tastes like inexperienced bean casserole, however in pizza kind, which it is just about the perfect factor ever.”
The Riley is open from 4 to 9 p.m. on Tuesdays.
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“Folks inform me they’re trying ahead to it.”
Kate Teasdale, co-owner of the Riley Tavern