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Thursday, January 23, 2014

6 Places to Get Pie in SA

Posted By on Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 10:27 AM

It's National Pie Day again, but where can you get good pie in the Alamo City? We've compiled a list some places to get good pie. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

1. Tootie Pie Gourmet Café

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  • Tootie's Pumpkin Pie

Original apple, chocolate pecan, lemon velvet, heavenly chocolate and coconut supreme are just some of Tootie Pie’s(16615 Huebner) pies by the slice.

2. Sweet Yams

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  • Organic sweet potato pie

Dessert is sweet, but not too sweet with the organic sweet potato pie from Sweet Yams (218 N Cherry).

3. The Station Cafe

click to enlarge The famous coconut cream pie - COURTESY
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  • The famous coconut cream pie

The coconut cream pie is a favorite for regulars at The Station Cafe (701 S St. Mary's).

4. Esquire Tavern

Warm apples with cool vanilla ice cream - COURTESY
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  • Warm apples with cool vanilla ice cream

Esquire Tavern
 (155 E Commerce) is known for having great cocktails but patrons looking for an after dinner drink might want the fried apple pie for dessert, too. The pie is created with puff pastry made in house with caramelized apples, a bourbon caramel sauce and Justin’s vanilla bean ice cream.

5. Sandbar Fish House & Market

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Sandbar Fish House & Market
(200 E Grayson) nails tangy Key Lime pie.

6. The Granary

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  • With a perfect chantilly quenelle

Three words: Buttermilk Chess Pie. The perfect ending to a meaty meal at The Granary (602 Avenue A).

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