This One Of A Kind Pie Shed In Vermont Is Absolutely Delightful And You’ll Want To Visit
Do you remember the last time you fell in love? I’m talking about that all-consuming, earth-shattering, “where have you been all my life” feeling. Well, get ready to fall in love all over again the moment you taste the scrumptious delights from
Poorhouse Pies in Underhill. Here, you’ll not only find mouth-watering pies, but the self-service and honor system shed embody all that we love about Vermont and the people who live here. Let’s take a look at this one-of-a-kind place.
Welcome to Poorhouse Pies!
The hours of operation for these world famous pies: Daylight.
The "winter pie shed" in front of the bakery is available during the colder months.
Take a peek inside and conduct your business - honor system style.
You'll know if there are pies there by a "Yup" or "Nope" sign on the front.
If it's too cold and the pies will freeze, head over to the bakery door.
Be sure to check to see if the light is on. If it is, go on in!
Simply put: Pie fixes everything.
The "summer shed" is located at the south end of the property and has two refrigerators to keep the pies from humidity and critters.
Regular and cream pies are available there from about 9:00am till dusk.
The winter shed also has a bank box to deposit your cash or checks.
We love this note left at Poorhouse Pies.
Pie keeps people honest!
Doughnuts are available on Sundays of major holiday weekends.
From classic choices to innovative masterpieces, the donut selection might include: maple bacon, maple glazed, Peppermint Yorkys, chocolate with mocha glaze, French crullers, key lime filled, Boston cream, chocolate croissant, cinnamon twistys. You'll have to check for yourself since it changes every time.
Be sure to get there early! Donuts are available starting at 8:00am and last until they run out, which is usually around 10am.
The Donut Sundays for 2017 are: St. Patricks Day - March 19, Easter - April 16, Mother's Day, Memorial Day - May 28, Father's Day - June 18, Fourth of July - July 2, Labor Day - September 3, Halloween - October 29, Thanksgiving - November 26, and Christmas - December 24.
Can't make it to the shed before they sell out? You're in luck!
Poorhouse Pies and other treats are available at the following: Sweet Clover Market in Essex, Healthy Living Market in South Burlington, and Jericho General Store in Jericho Center.
Poorhouse Pies is located at 23 Park Street in Underhill.
If you’re not in the Underhill area and are craving pie, fear not! Here are the
16 places in Vermont where you can get the most mouth watering pie.
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