Hoosiers are known for their love of pie. And lucky for us, there are lots of places around Indianapolis where we can get a slice — or a whole pie or two!
Whether you’re in the mood for pumpkin, apple, pecan, lemon meringue or Indiana’s famous sugar cream pie, there’s nothing quite like this beloved dessert. Here’s where to find some great pies around Indianapolis.
Best Places to get Pie around Indianapolis
Pots & Pans Pie Co.
4915 N. College Ave., Indianapolis
Freshly baked apple crumb, sweet potato, sugar crème brulé and other delicious flavors are available at Pots & Pans Pie Co. If you’re looking for a tasty treat for one, Pots & Pans also offers frozen 6-inch and 9-inch pot pies. Pop one in the oven and serve yourself Broccoli Cheddar, Thai Chicken Curry or their signature Thanksgiving Dinner pot pie. Full-sized pies are approximately $30 a piece and the pot pies range from $10 to $38.
Mama P’s Bakery & Café
3990 Georgetown Rd., Indianapolis
Mama P’s is serving sweet potato, peanut butter, peach cobbler and other pies for your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, or any time. They have vegan and gluten-free options, too. If you want to forgo the pie and would rather try a different dessert, try Mama P’s homemade cinnamon rolls or cupcakes. Ten-inch pies go for approximately $25 per pie.
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My Sugar Pie
40 E. Pine St., Zionsville
Kelly Maucere started My Sugar Pie over a decade ago with just a few of her mother’s original recipes. Cost ranges from $30 to $35 per pie, and flavors include Dutch cherry, Mom’s Original Dutch Apple, the Banana and Peanut Butter Elvis Cream and Pumpkin Praline, to name a few.
Bread Basket Café and Bakery
46 S. Tennessee St., Danville
The award-winning Bread Basket Cafe and Bakery, located in the heart of Danville, offers pies all year long, including for the holidays. Known to locals as the best place to dine for breakfast or lunch and bringing home a delicious dessert for everyone to share, they offering an assortment of pies, like The Great Pumpkin (not just your typical pumpkin pie), triple berry and double crust apple, among others. Pies run around $20 each, and if you’d like to throw in a basket of fresh baked rolls, those are priced at $7.50 per basket.
Rise n’ Roll Bakery
Multiple locations around Indy
Along with Rise n’ Roll Bakery‘s delicious Amish donuts, you’ll find pies available for purchase. Pie flavors change frequently, so your best bet is to place an order online for pickup. When you stop in, consider picking up some of their canned Amish goods, such as jams, sauces, egg noodles and more.
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Gray Brothers Cafeteria
555 S Indiana St, Mooresville
Ask anyone on the south side of Indianapolis where to buy the best pie, and Gray Brothers Cafeteria will probably be their answer. People line up outside of this cafeteria-style restaurant before holidays to get their hands on Gray’s pies, which serves flavors ranging from rhubarb and raisin to apple and coconut.
No Label at the Table
111 W Main St Suite 145, Carmel
You’ll find a variety of baked good like bread loaves and brownies at No Label at the Table, as well as fresh and frozen pies and pie crusts (in case you want to try your hand at making your own pie). This Carmel bakery is also gluten- and dairy-free, and its mission is to employ people on the autistic spectrum and provide job training skills.
Black Cat Bakery
2201 East 46th St., Indianapolis
Black Cat Bakery provides purrrfect vegan baked goods, including sugar cream and pecan pies. In the mood for pie but want something smaller? Try one of the five homemade pop tarts available, in flavors like s’mores and dark chocolate raspberry. Baker Audra donates a portion of the proceeds she makes from her home business to organizations close to her heart, like FACE Low-Cost Animal Clinic in downtown Indy.
Lisa’s Pie Shop
5995 US-31, Atlanta
You’ll find award-winning pies at Lisa’s Pie Shop, including a wide variety of fruit pies, cream pies and even individual pies. They also offer pie in a jar! Note: Lisa’s only accepts cash or check, so be sure to have the correct form of payment when you visit!
Generations Pie Co.
Offering local homemade baked pies, you’ll find Generations Pie Co. pies and other baked items at many Indy-area farmers markets. If you’re not at a farmers market, order online for pickup and choose from among more than a dozen different pie flavors, including chess pie, salted caramel apple and bourbon chocolate pecan.
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