Nashville January 08, 2018
7 Places In Nashville Where You Can Get The Most Mouth Watering Pie
Pie is a southern classic, the perfect way to end an evening rife with food and good company. Here in Nashville, we have quite a few cafes and specialty shops, bakeries and local eateries that are perfect to snag a bite for the day or a whole pie for a family dinner. Take a peek, find a favorite, and enjoy a slice of pie on us. Our mouths are already watering…
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7. Loveless Cafe
Loveless Cafe may not feel like your first stop for pie, but they offer up a mean, homemade creation that's perfect post bbq-lunch. You can visit and indulge for yourself outside the main run of the city at 8400 Highway 100.
6. Sweet Creations Pie Bakery
Sweet Creations offers up three AND nine-inch pies every single day, and some of the most popular are chocolate chip pecan and their homemade chess. You can visit for yourself at 942 Jefferson Street.
5. Merridee's Breadbasket
Located just off Franklin's Main Street, Merridee's makes homemade, gourmet pies that are perfect to take home alongside one of their freshly baked loafs of bread. You can snag a cup of coffee while you're at it...visit at 110 Fourth Avenue in Franklin.
4. The Peach Cobbler Factory
Whole pies can be picked up during the oscillation of the seasons, so make sure to order up their pumpkin pies online before they sell out in November. Not feeling pie? Try their rotating cobbler flavors! Located out of a food truck and their online website, you don't even have to leave your home.
3. Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop
Buttermilk is a chain, sure, but that just means that you can pick up something yummy whether you're in Franklin or Knoxville. Their classic buttermilk pie is always a favorite, but we'd recommend their own 1-40 pie invention. You'll find toasted coconut, pecans and chocolate chips snuggled inside a shortbread crust. Sign us up! (Various Locations)
2. Arnold's Country Kitchen
Arnold's is the best place around if you're looking for southern comfort food, but this coconut crunch pie looks like everything decadent and lovely. If you're downtown, you'll want to stop into 605 8th Ave S to enjoy lunch with a sweet ending.
1. Dozen Bakery
Located in Nashville's Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood, Dozen Bakery provides many Nashville coffee shops with their baked goods and quite a few families with pies come Thanksgiving. Their homemade sourdough is delicious as well, so snag some to take home! Visit at 516 Hagan Street, #103.
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