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The Best Places To Grab A Slice Of Pie In Chicago
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The Best Places To Grab A Slice Of Pie In Chicago

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Updated: 24 November 2016
While Chicago is popular for its pizza pie, the city’s traditional pie shops should not go unnoticed. From big to small, savory to sweet, the city of Chicago has a lot to offer in terms of this delectable dessert. Check out the list below to find out where to grab the perfect slice.
Inside of Floriole | © Benita Gingerella
Inside of Floriole | © Benita Gingerella
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Floriole Cafe and Bakery

Originally a stand at the Green City Farmers Market, Floriole has now moved into a two-story spot in Lincoln Park. Although Floriole has upgraded to a permanent space, owner Sandra Holl still uses fresh ingredients from local farmers. While the types of pies offered differ depending on the season, everything is prepared fresh.

Floriole Cafe and Bakery, 1220 W Webster Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 773 883 1313

Piece of Michigan sour cherry pie | © Benita Gingerella
Piece of Michigan sour cherry pie | © Benita Gingerella
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First Slice Pie Cafe

First Slice has a couple of locations throughout the city, including one in Andersonville and one in Ravenswood. The cafe serves whole pies, mini pies, and pie by the slice. The cafe is a non-profit and gives back to the community. For every pie sold, First Slice donates money and food to help feed the homeless in Chicago.

First Slice Pie Café, 5357 N Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 773 275 4297

Outside of Blue Sky Bakery | © Benita Gingerella
Outside of Blue Sky Bakery | © Benita Gingerella
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Blue Sky Bakery

Like First Slice, Blue Sky Bakery is also a non-profit. The bakery employs homeless and at-risk kids to help make the pastries and run the counter. All of the baked goods are made fresh. Blue Sky offers a rotating selection of sweet pies, including fudge brownie and apple cranberry, as well as strawberry rhubarb during the summer months. The spacious cafe gives visitors plenty of room to sit and enjoy a piece of pie.

Blue Sky Bakery, 3720 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 773 880 9910

Piece of apple crisp pie | © Benita Gingerella
Piece of apple crisp pie | © Benita Gingerella
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Bang Bang Pie and Biscuits

This Logan Square pie shop serves up arguably some of the best pies and biscuits in the city. Their sweet pies range from apple crisp to pear ginger, while the savory options include individual chicken pot pies and vegetarian curry pie. The restaurant is conveniently located near the 606, meaning you can walk, run, or bike to work off at least part of your meal afterwards.

Bang Bang Pie and Biscuits, 2051 N California Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 773 276 8888

Outside of Baker Miller | © Benita Gingerella
Outside of Baker Miller | © Benita Gingerella
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Baker Miller Bakery and Millhouse

Baker Miller is a popular restaurant and bakery. Their pies, along with every single pastry in the bakery, are handmade using whole grain flour from their own flour mill.

Baker Miller Bakery and Millhouse, 4610 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 312 208 5639

Outside of Hoosier Mama Pie Company | © Benita Gingerella
Outside of Hoosier Mama Pie Company | © Benita Gingerella
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Hoosier Mama Pie Company

Probably the most well-known pie shop in the city, Hoosier Mama was started by Indiana University alum and pastry chef, Paula Haney. The shop sells both sweet and savory pies made fresh daily. The actual store is small with only a couple of tables, so most people take their pies to-go.

Hoosier Mama Pie Company, 1618 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, +1 312 243 4846