March 14. Just a regular day? Not quite! It’s Pi Day (3.14) – and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious taste of pie. Here’s where to go to grab a slice in Edmonton.
Vi’s for Pies
This hidden gem is an Edmonton favourite for pies! Fantastic flavours like key lime or the traditional apple pie, get them by the slice or just take the whole pie (after all, you know you’ll want seconds…or thirds…).
13408 Stony Plain Rd, Edmonton
Fife N Dekel
When people stand in line just to grab a slice, you know the pie is good. And there’s nothing like Saskatoon rhubarb or flapper pie at Fife. Plus, you’ve gotta check out their rotating pie of the month – March is paradise pie.
Various Locations. Ph: 780 465 4444
Duchess Bake Shop
Located on the bustling 124 Street, Duchess is home to world-class pastries. Blending unique flavours for treats you’ll never forget, you’ll find pies such as grapefruit lavender and the pistachio and cherry Tarte Josephine.
10718 124 Street, Edmonton
Bon Ton Bakery
Edmonton’s authentic artisanal bakery will take you right to the streets of Europe with traditional baking they’ve turned into a passion. From the delicious tarte citron to the oh-so-Canadian maple apple pie, your taste buds will thank you.
8720 149 Street, Edmonton
District Cafe & Bakery
The bakers love what they do – and that includes arriving at midnight to get everything ready for opening at 7:00 am. Tried and true favourites such as banana cream and blueberry await.
101, 10011 109 Street, Edmonton
Ph: (780) 705 7788
The Art of Cake
Don’t let the name throw you off. The Art of Cake has much more to offer than cake. You can’t say no to their pumpkin praline or cherry rhubarb! Curbing that sweet tooth is a piece of cake – or pie.
11811 105 Avenue, Edmonton
South Island Pie Co.
The great thing about pie is that it’s not just for dessert! South Island Pie Co. make meat pies that are filling, convenient, and so delicious. From Old Faithful (mince and cheese) to The Chook (chicken, cranberry, and camembert), there’s something for everyone for dinner.
At various markets & events.
Vintage Fork at Rutherford Historic House usually has special menu for pi day. Chef Salar Melli recreates classic dishes using in season ingredients. You may get to try a lamb pot pie, or apple pie for dessert!
11153 Saskatchewan Drive, Edmonton
Stony Plain Pie Shoppe
Why not plan a short trip to Stony Plain Pie Shoppe and get delicious pies – both sweet and savoury ones filled with luscious flavours and nourishing wholesome ingredients. They also have vegan pies.
5411 51 Street, Stony Plain
Pies @ Diners
There’s nothing as nostalgic as a piece of pie for dessert at your local diner – and that’s just what you’ll find at Hathaway’s. And just like you remember, add that scoop of ice cream on top.
13225 132 Street, Edmonton
Edmonton’s Highlevel Bridge is iconic. The Highlevel Diner is, too. While there, try the strawberry rhubarb pie, still warm from the oven or the decadent pecan caramel fudge pie (doesn’t that sound delicious?).
10912 88 Avenue, Edmonton
Blue Plate Diner
Deep in the heart of the warehouse district, you’ll find a cozy table at Blue Plate Diner. And there on the menu, you’ll find the pie. You’ll be thinking about that chocolate peanut butter pie long after you’ve left the table.
10145 104 Street, Edmonton
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By: Sarah Chestnutt
Sarah Chestnutt is a freelance writer and editor, working in the field for over 10 years. She calls Edmonton, home and loves to share it’s stories.