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The Pie Spot Declares Reopening Date After February’s Severe Fire

Tiny pies and coffee return to Northeast 24th

The Pie Spot’s sweet side: s’mores, chocolate-peanut butter, and berry crumble
Yelp/Kara H.

Beloved for its mini pies in both sweet and savory forms, The Pie Spot will turn the ovens back on at 7 a.m. this Monday, October 16. Located at 521 NE 24th Ave., The Pie Spot, as well as the adjacent meat purveyor, butcher, and sandwich shop, Tails & Trotters, have been closed since a severe fire broke out this year on February 22. (They have been operating as a food cart in the neighboring parking lot.)

The Pie Spot is celebrating the occasion, and that means pies at a discount: From 4 to 6 p.m. on Monday, every pie in the house will cost $3 (usually $4.50-$5).

The Pie Spot actually began by popping up at farmers markets and events, and that’s what led to making pies that fit in your hand: for maximum eating potential on the go — no fork or knife required. Today, it serves sweet mini pies inspired by things like berry crumbles and s’mores, and savory options include mini chicken pot pies, breakfast quiches, and vegan pot pies. Gluten-free crusts are available.

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