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305 Harrison St Seattle, WA 98109
305 Harrison StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98109
Restaurant or CafeToday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PMSaturday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PMSunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PMMonday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PMTuesday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PMWednesday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PMThursday 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
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3 reviews
A food-truck spin-off, this counter-serve spot sells mini pies in creative sweet & savory flavors.- Google
"While the sweet pie was cold, the savory was warm-ish, but not hot."
"Crisp potatoes in a pie is a bad omen."
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Justin S. Kim
8 months ago
This was a really good food truck. This is a truck for desserts it was delicious. I love their soda it has really good quality and it's only $3.00 vanilla ice cream tastes like fizzy ice cream. Their cookies were amazingly, scrumptious, and very healthy. I like the owner he was nice and he was patient. These virtues are what an owner needs to get customers. I really suggest you go here for dessert you probably won't regret.
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Neil Self
2 years ago
Refuses to give cups of water so they can sell you bottles.
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Anna M
a year ago
Pie (the restaurant, not the food) is weird. They have so much appeal--the IDEA of a large menu of hand-held savory and sweet pies with mini mini pies sounds awesome. The crust looks thick, the pies look fancy. But when you're eating them they aren't that good. There's definitely a lot of fat involved, because you can taste and feel it. The crust for the sugar cookie custard was so thick we could barely cut it with a knife, and the custard was too sweet. The broccoli cheddar savory pie was heavy on the broccoli and the vegetables were crispy--I would have liked them cooked softer to match the soft crust texture, especially the potatoes. Crisp potatoes in a pie is a bad omen. Other thing I don't like? While the sweet pie was cold, the savory was warm-ish, but not hot. I don't know if warming was an option, and I should have asked. Service wasn't great. There was a "ring bell for service" situation, and after I rang, the employee had to put down her phone and then wash her hands in the back. But she did wash her hands, so there's that. I'd say skip it. You can get better pie elsewhere: the novelty isn't worth it.
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