"I'll have a slice of pie" means different things in different cities. See where Local Experts would send you for a delicious slice of their city.
Grand Traverse Pie Company are master pie makers — Photo courtesy of Emery Co Photo
Ann Arbor, Michigan is one of a handful of places where you can slide into a Grand Traverse Pie Company location and pick up a little heaven in a pie tin. The bakery's Northport Pumpkin pie was awarded #1 Pumpkin Pie by the Detroit News. But its cherry pies - made with northern Michigan's Montmorency cherries - may be unrivaled in America. You can arrange to ship a pie to a friend.
The Loveless Cafe in Nashville first started serving its famous southern fares in 1951. Picnic tables were set up in the front yard as fried chicken and biscuits were sold to hungry travelers driving up and down US Highway 100. A true Tennessee tradition, the only thing that competes with the unforgettable chicken and biscuits are their heavenly slices of pie. From pecan to peanut butter to fudge, Loveless has the secret recipe for a slice of bliss.
Fried pie at Northgate Soda Shop in Greenville SC — Photo courtesy of Like_the_Grand_Canyon
You'll find cheery locals and friendly waitresses when you pop in for some fried pie at the old-fashioned Northgate Soda Shop in Greenville, South Carolina. Although the city's slew of international businesses give it a surprisingly cosmopolitan culinary profile, Greenville is never far from its Deep South roots. Many restaurants offer homemade pecan pie. Try some, y'all.
A tasty favorite at Hoosier Mama — Photo courtesy of Hoosier Mama Pie company
There is no question for Chicago, Hoosier Mama Pie Company. This has been true for a long time. Decor is reminiscent of the 1950's, where pie took a beat in the American home. Master behind the shop, Paula Haney, includes a classic lineup, seasonal flavors and ambitious creations. Hoosier Sugar Cream Pie is a fast seller. Stop by and taste for yourself.