Sink your teeth into these Raleigh pie spots

In honor of Pi Day, we’re sharing the best places to get a slice or whole pie in Raleigh.

A collection of pies with the symbol for pi on them.

Pi Day only happens once a year — celebrate with locally baked treats like these from Slice.

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Happy Pi Day, Raleigh — we’re celebrating all things pie today. Whether you prefer Southern classics like chocolate chess and shoo-fly pie or classics like apple and key lime, there’s a local eatery making them fresh. Read on for some of the best pie in Raleigh.

Angus Barn, 9401 Glenwood Ave. | OK, you’re probably going to this historic restaurant for more than pie, but leave some room for dessert. Try southern pecan, chocolate chess, frozen key lime, or sawdust pie made with graham cracker crumbs.

Bittersweet, 16 E. Martin St. | Pair high-quality cocktails with derby, strawberry cream, and special Sunday-only pies at this James Beard-recognized bar.

Hayes Barton Cafe & Dessertery, 2000 Fairview Rd. | Stop by for dessert and try five different pies from this historic spot in the heart of Five Points.

Once in a Blue Moon Bakery, 115 W. Chatham St., Ste. G, Cary | Have your pick from 18 pies, including those with intricate lattice crusts, crumb coated bakes, and a vegan pumpkin pie.

Premier Cakes, 6617 Falls of Neuse Rd., Ste. 105 | Grab a taste of lemon chess, Sis Gal’s coconut, and cheesecake pecan pie from this scratch-made bakery.

Slice Pie Company, 1400 S. Saunders St. | “The Pie Lady” has baked for Snoop Dogg, Reba, the Canes, and Jimmy Buffett — and the pies are the real deal. Choose from 21 whole pie varieties and even order a customized pie.

Whiskey Kitchen, 201 W. Martin St. | After your meal, grab a slice of shoo-fly pie — and pair it with a fitting whiskey, too.

If savory pies are more your thing, we’ve got a list of over 40 pizza spots in Raleigh.

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