John Anderson

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Royers Pie Haven

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2900-B Guadalupe
Austin, 78705
512/474-2800
Hours: Tue.-Thu., 8am-8pm; Fri.-Sat., 7am-8pm; Sun., 10am-6pm
Pies both sweet and savory are the main attraction here. Traditional sweet flavors like strawberry rhubarb and buttermilk shine, but the junkberry and sweet & salty chocolate elevate the whole operation. Aside from hot and cold coffee drinks, smoothies, and iced teas, breakfast items here include the "hee haw" sausage pie, savory biscuits, raspberry scones, hefty "pie muffins," and granola. Folks with smaller appetites can choose from an assortment of cookies, including raspberry and chocolate chip.

chronicle reviews

  • A Slice of Heaven

    The Royer family finally brings its pies to Austin

    Melanie Haupt, 2014-01-09

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