This Land Is Pie Land

The best places to satisfy your lust for crust

Royers Pie Haven
Royers Pie Haven (Photo by John Anderson)

Austin's holiday pie options are incredibly bountiful this year. When we updated our listings, we even discovered some new pie vendors to introduce. Any pie from this list is likely to guarantee satisfaction around the holiday table. Just be sure to order promptly to ensure the availability of your favorite holiday treat.

Quack's 43rd Street Bakery

(411 E. 43rd, 512/453-3399; www.quackquacks.com)
Pies can be ordered by Saturday, Nov. 22, to be picked up in store.

Texas French Bread

(2900 Rio Grande, 512/499-0544; www.texasfrenchbread.com)
Give 48 hours' notice for pickup in the store by Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Sweetish Hill

(1120 W. Sixth, 512/472-1347; www.sweetishhill.com)
Pies (and homemade fruitcakes) can be ordered by Tuesday, Nov. 25, to be picked up in the store.

Upper Crust Bakery

(4508 Burnet Rd., 512/467-0102; www.theuppercrustbakery.com)
Order by Monday, Nov. 24, to pick up in the store.

Moonlight Bakery

(2300 S. Lamar, 512/462-1302; www.moonlightbakery.com)
Several flavors of pie in addition to pecan pumpkin cheesecake can be ordered by 2pm on Monday, Nov. 24, for store pickup.

Chez Zee

(5406 Balcones, 512/454-2666; www.chez-zee.com)
Order online by noon on Monday, Nov. 24, and pick up in the restaurant by 9pm on Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Cake & Spoon

(512/426-7697; www.cakeandspoon.com)
Order tarts online by noon Monday, Nov. 24, to pick up at the kitchen by appointment or at their Triangle Farmers' Market booth on Wednesday, Nov. 26.

CinnaMan Cheesecakes

(512/673-0565; www.cinnamandessertcatering.com)
Not pie, but close enough. Pre-order by Friday, Nov. 21, for pickup or delivery.

Cutie Pies

(512/552-8319; www.cutiepiewagon.com)
Pre-order pies by Sunday, Nov. 23, for pickup at the Cedar Park Farmers' Market from 4-7pm on Tuesday, Nov. 25, or from 11am-2pm at SLAB BBQ (9012 Research) on Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Sugar Mama's Bakeshop

(1905 S. First, 512/448-3727; 2406-B Manor Rd., 512/912-6628; www.sugarmamasbake shop.com)
Order by Saturday, Nov. 22, for in-store pickup through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Go Go Gourmet

(104 E. 31st, 512/589-6063)
Call ahead by Monday, Nov. 24, for store pickup through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Royers Pie Haven

(2900-B Guadalupe, 512/474-2800)
Order with 48 hours' notice to pick up in the shop through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

The Famous Cajun Pie Man at New Awlins Cafe

(8650 Spicewood Springs #111, 512/394-7200)
Give Aaron Hegger 24 hours' notice by Saturday, Nov. 22, for pickup through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Tiny Pies

(5035 Burnet Rd., 512/916-0184; www.tinypies.com)
Order from their holiday menu by Tuesday, Nov. 25, for pickup in the new storefront through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

2Dine4 Catering

(3008 Gonzales, 512/467-6600; www.2dine4.com)
Order a variety of holiday pies by Friday, Nov. 21, for pickup at their kitchen through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Cypress Grill

(4404 W. William Cannon, 512/358-7474; www.cypressgrill.net)
Order the bourbon chocolate pecan pie by phone or in the restaurant by Sunday, Nov. 23, for pickup through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Dangerously Delicious Pies

(2421 Webberville Rd., 512/942-7431)
Place orders via email at ramblinpieman@gmail.com. Pies ordered by Sunday, Nov. 23, can be picked up at the trailer outside the Lost Well (2421 Webberville) or at Live Oak BBQ (2713 E. Second) until 8pm on Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Pie Plante

(504 W. Oltorf, 646/573-1835)
New Austin piemaker Mark Plante is accepting orders through Monday, Nov. 24, for pickup at the trailer through Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Di Lux Catering

(512/922-0037; www.diluxaustin.com)
Check out the pie and cheesecake menu online by Wednesday, Nov. 19, and make pickup arrangements through Wednesday, Nov. 26.


For more information about businesses offering breads, meats, sides, whole meals, and sweets for the holidays, go to austinchronicle.com/daily/food.

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