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Texas Pie Company

202 W. Center St., Kyle, TX - (512) 268-5885
The Texas Pie Company makes it easy to eat more because the pies it bakes are available not only full-size, but as individually-sized mini pies. The Lemon chess pie had a bright citrus flavor with a buttermilky cushion. The irresistible cake was strawberry: so, so moist and crowned with a heap of fruit-flavored frosting.
100% Approval Rating (3 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Lemon Chess Pie - Individual
Pie (individual)
Almond Joy Pie - Individual
Cake (piece)

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (3)
Roadfood.com Editor
"About halfway between Austin and San Antonio, Kyle is an easy hop off Interstate 35, but Jane and I came upon it while traveling FM-150 on the barbecue trail between Lockhart and Driftwood. I guarantee you won't miss the Texas Pie Company as you drive along West Center ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

202 W. Center St., Kyle, TX
(512) 268-5885

http://www.texaspiecompany.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Lunch, Dessert
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:No
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
Although the name of the place is the Texas PIE Company, this square of strawberry cake with strawberry frosting won my heart. The moistness of the cake cannot be exaggerated and while it is sweet indeed, the berry nature of the sweetness sang through loud and clear.
"Although the name of the place is the Texas PIE Company, this square of strawberry cake with strawberry frosting won my heart. The moistness of the cake cannot be exaggerated and while it is sweet indeed, the berry nature of the sweetness sang through loud and clear."
Michael Stern





Central Texas is pecan-growing country, and this individually-sized pecan pie does it proud. The nuts have real crunch and fresh-from-the-shell richness. The gooey-sweet part underneath melds nicely with the pie's savory crust.
"Central Texas is pecan-growing country, and this individually-sized pecan pie does it proud. The nuts have real crunch and fresh-from-the-shell richness. The gooey-sweet part underneath melds nicely with the pie's savory crust."
Michael Stern


We thought we'd just pass through Kyle, but what Roadfood traveler could resist a storefront like this one?
"We thought we'd just pass through Kyle, but what Roadfood traveler could resist a storefront like this one?"
Michael Stern


Click on the photo and check out that ingredient list: sugar, eggs, butter, lemon juice...  all good stuff!
"Click on the photo and check out that ingredient list: sugar, eggs, butter, lemon juice... all good stuff!"
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle


Lemon chess may well be the perfect pie.
"Lemon chess may well be the perfect pie."
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle


Almond Joy Pie - you'd better like sweet things!
"Almond Joy Pie - you'd better like sweet things!"
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle


As we first forked through the Almond Joy Pie, we feared that it might be a solid block of almonds and coconut and chocolate chips, like a candy bar.  Thankfully, the bottom half of the pie was a plain chess, to
"As we first forked through the Almond Joy Pie, we feared that it might be a solid block of almonds and coconut and chocolate chips, like a candy bar. Thankfully, the bottom half of the pie was a plain chess, to "lighten" the effect, if chess pie filling can ever be said to lighten anything."
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle


In case the bold, primary colors of the building and the four foot high letters that say Texas Pie still have not caught your attention...
"In case the bold, primary colors of the building and the four foot high letters that say Texas Pie still have not caught your attention..."
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle


Capping the Texas Pie Company building, above the giant cherry pie slice, is this cherry-topped mobile that Sue thought looks like something from Dr. Seuss, or perhaps Calder.
"Capping the Texas Pie Company building, above the giant cherry pie slice, is this cherry-topped mobile that Sue thought looks like something from Dr. Seuss, or perhaps Calder."
Bruce Bilmes and Susan Boyle



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