Rocket Inn

Kings of Nebraska Pizza Since 1950

There’s New York Pizza, Detroit Style, Chicago Deep Dish, Nebraska Square…you’ve never had Nebraska Style? Well then you’ve obviously never been to the town of Indianola, Nebraska. It was here that an Italian bride named Fiorella Blume settled with her American husband, bringing her family’s secret pizza recipe with her after the end of World War II. It didn’t take long before word spread of her pizza in this small Nebraska town and the Rocket Inn was built to feed the locals clamoring for that unique crust. Decades later and not much has changed, especially that one of a kind pizza taste, as the Rocket Inn sells over 500 pizzas a week in a town that counted only 552 residents in the most recent census. No matter where you are in the country, it’s safe to say this slice will be unlike any other style of pizza you’ve had before.

Rocket Inn

Kings of Nebraska Pizza Since 1950

There’s New York Pizza, Detroit Style, Chicago Deep Dish, Nebraska Square…you’ve never had Nebraska Style? Well then you’ve obviously never been to the town of Indianola, Nebraska. It was here that an Italian bride named Fiorella Blume settled with her American husband, bringing her family’s secret pizza recipe with her after the end of World War II. It didn’t take long before word spread of her pizza in this small Nebraska town and the Rocket Inn was built to feed the locals clamoring for that unique crust. Decades later and not much has changed, especially that one of a kind pizza taste, as the Rocket Inn sells over 500 pizzas a week in a town that counted only 552 residents in the most recent census. No matter where you are in the country, it’s safe to say this slice will be unlike any other style of pizza you’ve had before.