There is just something about a small town restaurant that evokes memories of childhood. The smells of home cooked meals, the laughter of families enjoying each other’s company or maybe it’s the warm fuzzy feeling and excitement of creating these memories with your own family.
Just east of Indianapolis is a family owned pizza chain that encompasses all of these feelings. Mozzi’s Pizza has five locations with establishments in Fortville, New Palestine, Mt. Comfort, and two in Greenfield. Our favorite, and by far the most kid friendly of all is the one about thirty minutes straight east of Indianapolis on US 40 at 2221 West Main Street Greenfield, IN 46140. Check out these other fun things to do in Greenfield after you eat at Mozzi’s Pizza.
Pizza and Basketball Paradise
This mom and pop run pizza shop will stop you in your tracks before you even get through the front door. Everyone, and yes even your too-cool-for-family-dinners-teenager, will want to see how they measure up to Shaquille O’Neal’s size 22 shoe prints. On the other side of the doorway is the famous restaurant mascot, Mozzi Mouse, who left his own imprints for you to step into. How do you measure up?
As you walk in the front door you are greeted with open arms, more specifically, Michael Jordan’s wide open arms spanning the entire front counter. The floors are painted to look like a hardwood basketball court and as you begin to look around you find yourself immersed in all things basketball.
The main dining room is home to rows upon rows of posters, hats, autographs, trophies, bobble heads, jerseys and shoes. Oh the glorious, HUGE shoes! What the poor mothers of these athletes must have gone through to feed and clothe their growing giants, one can only imagine. Shaq’s shoe is the size of a grown adult’s entire arm! See for yourself. The main dining room is also home to the pizza and salad buffet. The buffets offer a well-stocked variety of pizza options, pasta selections, breadsticks, garlic knots, soups, salads and desserts. Even during the busy dinner hour the kitchen staff was able to keep up and keep a continuous supply of pizza stocked for the all-you-can-eat patrons. Sold on the pizza buffet but want to make a date night of it? Check out these great date night ideas in Greenfield.
All The Pizza Details
- Kids under five eat FREE on the buffet and kids aged 6-12 eat for 0.45 per year of their age.
- There is a limit to two free kid’s buffets per paying adult.
- Adult Lunch Buffet Meals $6.89
- Adult Dinner Buffet Meals $8.29
If you prefer something other than pizza they do have a full menu to order from including calzones, hoagies, pastas, specialty (gluten free) pizzas and salads. Mozzi’s Pizza offers Pepsi products with the best, small nugget ice!
Every Monday at Mozzi’s Pizza is Senior Day! Folks sixty and older can enjoy the all you can eat buffet for only $4.99. Take the grandkids for lunch or dinner and really save some money.
Mozzi’s Pizza runs a few monthly specials as well. Follow them on Facebook for their pizza special of the month and watch for them to announce the weekly name game for a choice of specials. Check out this great list for all the Kids Eat Free locations.
Hours of Operation
- Sunday through Thursday 11 am to 10 pm
- Friday and Saturday 11 am to 11 pm
- Lunch Buffet: Monday through Friday 11 am to 1:30 pm and Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 2 pm.
- Dinner Buffet: Sunday through Thursday 5 pm to 8:30 pm and Friday and Saturday 5 pm to 9 pm.
Big Parties at Mozzi’s Pizza
You’ll often find local fundraisers, school teams, and celebrations happening within the restaurant. Besides the main room, Mozzi’s Pizza has two other dining areas; The Banquet Room seats 60-70 people and the Fieldhouse can seat up to 40. Both rooms have plenty of incredible basketball décor, autographs and various memorabilia aligning the walls. There are also plenty of televisions to catch the game on. If you have a large crowd, just call ahead and they will do their best to section off enough space for you.
Does dreaming of pizza and small town charm have you smitten with Hancock County? Check out this fun weekend in Fortville for a great way to enjoy another small town.
Mozzi’s Pizza owners have made pizza their passion and it shows. You really feel a sense of pride in such a small town establishment. The kids eat free buffet is icing on the cake; you never really know how much a kid is going to eat so it’s nice not having to pay full price when you think they’ll eat an actual dinner’s worth of food and all they really eat is a bowl of pudding off the salad bar.
2221 West Main Street