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Lots of pies. We decided on apple fritters and an oatmeal raisin cookie for a snack. Too sweet on both counts but we took home the rhubarb and fruit pie. It was great. Not too sweet and the crust was just right.
We love Granny Scott's Pies, we get the birthday free pie card, we have had great sandwiches here, the only problem here is deciding on which slice (or whole) of pie to order. Best Pies in Town. If I worked here, I would have to...More
My husband and I had dinner nearby and decided to stop for dessert. Upon entering the place I noticed they do a very poor job of clearing off the tables. Every table had used plates, cups and napkins on them (and it wasn’t even busy)....More
Husband had ny cheesecake and maybe no one here knows what ny cheesecake taste like. It was awful. Tasted like it was some kind of box mix. The Chocolate cream pie was yucky. Crust was good but filling was tasteless and the "whipped cream" tasted...More
This is the place for pie. My mother lives nearby and we come every time I visit for their coconut cream pie- her favorite. The staff is friendly and helpful, the selection is wide, and the prices are what you would expect for homemade pies...More
Sampled four different pies (strawberry rhubarb, caramel apple, peanut butter and grasshopper) and each was fantastic. The caramel apple is award-winning for obvious reasons and doesn't even need ice cream to shine. The grasshopper was a great balance of flavors, very smooth.
We are staying nearby in a condo and wanted to try something local for breakfast, we each had a slice of quiche, I had the Mexican and my husband had the ham and mushroom, both great and we are glad we found this place