Order a wood-fired pizza to take home or bring a picnic blanket and spend the afternoon in the orchard at Bilston Creek Farm.
We will have a selection of pizzas to choose from including vegan, vegetarian, margherita and meat options.
Our pizzas are made with locally milled organic flour from Nootka Rose Milling in Metchosin. Seasonal weekly toppings are sourced from local farms and butchers.
Each pizza is approx. 12 inches and feeds 1-2 people.
How It Works
Pre-order your pizza to be picked up on Sunday September 27th. Select a pickup window for your pizza from the drop-down menu on this page. You can arrive on Sunday at any time during your pickup window and stay for up to two hours.
Pizzas will be made-to-order when you arrive, and we will have drinks and treats available to purchase on site. Please do not bring outside food and drinks.
You're welcome to take your pizza home or enjoy it in the orchard. Please take care to leave plenty of space between groups and enjoy your stay for a maximum of 2 hours to help us avoid crowding.
We appreciate your cooperation, patience and support as we are asking everyone to observe social distancing requirements, restricting access to some facilities, and limiting the number of meals available to reduce crowding.
If you feel sick, please let us know as soon as possible and stay home. A store credit will be provided.
Things to Note
Garbage: All of our food packaging is compostable or recyclable. Please leave any garbage in the bins provided or take it home with you.
Seating: If you plan to picnic on the farm we recommend bringing a blanket or camping chairs from home. Seating will only be available outdoors on the grass.
Location: The farm is located at 4185 Metchosin Road. Please park in the lower parking lot and walk up to the barn if this is accessible to you. Limited parking is available near the orchard for those who need it.
Dogs: Due to the nature of this event, we ask you to leave your dogs at home or in the car while you picnic.
Group Size: Groups of more than 6 people will be asked to split into smaller groups or social distance, following provincial regulations.