We figure that if the whole is only as good as the sum of its parts, let’s start with the freshest ingredients of the highest quality. Here, we celebrate sustainability and the organic operation by purchasing as many fresh, local,
and seasonal ingredients as we can get our hands on.
Focusing on items produced and procured locally not only supports the local economy; it also creates a distinctive menu that changes according to seasonal availability.

We use all-natural, free-range, grass-fed beef and pasture-raised hogs from Bradds Family Farm inClimax, NC. Our fresh milk, cream, and butter, all of which are free of hormones and anitbiotics, are provided by Homeland Creamery in Julian, NC. The goat cheese is from the Goat Lady Dairy in Climax, NC. Our all-natural, free-range eggs come from Eggman Eggs in PleasantGarden, NC. We receive much of our local, organic produce from Faucett Farm in Browns Summit, NC, as well as from other local farmers, letting the season dictate available selections. Fresh herbs are often picked from the beds right outside our door.

The cornerstone of the pizza, the dough, is prepared fresh in-house using locally milled, organic flour from Lindley Mills in Eli Whitney, NC. We use a slow fermentation process, producing a dough with greater character and flavor development. We also add just a touch of toasted wheat bran for a heartier, more nutritious pizza. The result is artisan pizza dough that is unique and nutritious and proudly supports whatever wholesome toppings you select. Pizzas are baked in an oven that is solely wood-burning – no gas or electricity – with an average temperature of 700 degrees. We not only recycle cans and bottles, but we also use paper products made from recycled materials.

Money received from recycled cans is donated to a deserving charity or person each month. Our recycled pizza boxes are stamped with an all-natural vegetable ink. In an effort to save paper, our Come Pick Me Up menu is available exclusively online. Though the effort of using local and organic products is slightly greater, it seems to us to be the most appropriate and mindful thing to do. Our aim is to provide the community with delicious, healthful food; to support local, regional, and sustainable agriculture; to be a good neighbor; to foster laughter, friendship, and sharing; and to pass along the notion of the importance of this simple philosophy.

“Do what you do for the right reasons, don’t whine, and never be anything less than completely grateful for what you have”. – Dave Grohl
Sticks&Stones
2200 Walker Ave
Greensboro, NC 27403
336-275-0220