The latest in the Seattle dessert scene? Pie! Sweet, savory, cream, berry, or meat-filled – it’s all the rage. Here are some of the newest and coolest places in town!

Shoofly Pie Co.
4444 California Ave. SW
Seattle, WA 98116

The original shoofly pies are said to have been made by the early settlers to the New World, using the ingredients they brought with them – flour, brown sugar, molasses, lard, salt, and spices. You can get a slice of  wonderfully homemade shoofly pie at Shoofly, or a slice of one of nearly 20 pies on the menu. Prices range from $3.00 – $4.50 for pieces of  banana cream, lemon chess, cherry, or strawberry rhubarb. In fact, it was her rhubarb pies that got Kimmy Hsieh Tomlinson and her husband Zak thinking about a pie shop. Shoofly opened in 2005. They also offer savory pies, like mac ‘n cheese with bacon, or quiches, like Ham Gruyere Scallion. Want to take some of Kimmy’s dough home to whip up your own creation? She’ll sell it to you. Stay a while, linger over your pie, and sip an espresso, tea, a microbrew or glass of wine. Ask for your pie a la mode. Ice cream is available by the scoop or the pint.

3515 Fremont Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

Pie opened in 2010, it’s owners are Jess Whitsitt and Renee Steen. Jess and Renee bake sweet and savory pies, and a few of each are offered daily. Sweet pies include chocolate peanut butter, cherry and apple. Savory pies include vegetable, chicken pot pie, and smoked salmon with goat cheese. All pies are freshly baked Monday through Saturday. Pie has a late night window for walk-up purchases until 2:30am for a “pie run” on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Prices range from $4.50 – $4.99 a slice. Pie’s specialty is the “mini” pie – a palm-sized pie to eat on the go! Pie also serves espresso drinks, and Bluebird ice cream.

American Pie Bakery and Café
5633 Airport Way S
Seattle, WA 98108

American Pie, located in the Georgetown neighborhood, proudly uses quality meats and as much local produce as possible. They are are proud of their flaky pie crusts and sweet and savory offerings. Order up your pies for the holidays! You’ll find classic and unique pies, like Cream-sicle Pie, Classic Pecan, Pumpkin, Chocolate Caramel Chess Pie, Sweet Potato, Chocolate Pecan, Peanut Butter Cup, Lemongrass Cream with Crystallized Ginger, Chicken Pot Pie, Chili Verde and more.

High 5 Pies
1400 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 695-2284

High 5 Pie is the newest pie shop on the block, opening its doors at the beginning of 2011. Dani Cone, of Fuel Coffee, is the owner. High 5 Pie offers all types of sizes and flavors of pies. And the fact that they are open by 6am Monday – Friday, and 7am on the weekend, means breakfast pies, filled with spinach feta, or egg, bacon and cheddar. Sweet pies include banana blueberry pudding and peanut butter and jelly. Prices range from $1.50 for a pie “bite”, to $1.75 for a Piepop – pie on a stick. Slices of pie are between $3.50 – $5.00. And of course, there’s coffee! Molly Moon’s and Bluebird ice cream are sold, as well as take-and-bake pies you can pop in your own oven. Gluten-free options are available too.

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