BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse, one of the area’s newer dining establishments, is stepping up to “Give Back To Bellevue” with a fundraiser for the Bellevue Community Fund.


The run-up to Thanksgiving is gaining momentum and so is the “Give Back to Bellevue” fundraising campaign.


On Friday, November 15 you can stop by BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse and, by mentioning the Bellevue Community Fund, BoomBozz will donate 15 percent of the proceeds from your tab to the fund.


Having been open less than a year, BoomBozz is one of the newer restaurants in the area. It’s built a strong following and is becoming a destination for those searching for pizza and beer that’s out of the ordinary but in a family-friendly environment.

“Business has been great and we’ve been well-received,” says BoomBozz general manager, Krista Hauss. “We’re a little off the beaten path and people who aren’t familiar with our concept might not jump at the opportunity to drive for a pizza. But that changes once they’re here”


The BoomBozz experience includes exceptional food, a dining room that’s bright, open and clean, a vibrant center bar and dozens of large screen TVs where guests can watch practically every game available.


“We have an unwavering commitment to quality,” says Hauss. “You can find a better deal on pizza but will it taste as good? We think our guests appreciate the difference.”





BoomBozz is new to Middle Tennessee but has been serving Kentucky and Indiana for many years. The organization is proactive with its customers, and menus can be tailored to the preferences of the different communities in which it operates.


“Because we’re a small chain and we cater to the individual neighborhood, we can be responsive to customers specific requests regarding the food and beverage selections,” says Hauss.


“And the taphouse concept is a big part of our identity. We have 40 beers on tap and we take it seriously with local offerings.”


She says that about 40 percent of the brews are produced in Tennessee. Most of the rest are hard-to-find craft beers from around the nation with mass-produced domestic beverages occupying only a small percentage of the taps.


In the meantime, BoomBozz continues to look forward to its first holiday season in its new Bellevue location.

“This is a great and meaningful way for BoomBozz to give back to the community and to get our name out there at the same time,” says Hauss.


BoomBozz is open weekdays from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.


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The Bellevue Community Fund is the only community-specific fund operated by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. It has been making annual distributions to eligible Bellevue-based community service projects since 2014. For more information on the Bellevue Community Fund, visit Community Funds of Middle Tennessee at


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