Pie Hut

Bakery | Pie Shop | Sandwich Shop
One of the best

The name alone is compelling, but this happy little eatery with its Fiestaware-colored upholstery offers more than just excellent pie. There’s an inviting array of sandwiches, from an Italian hero on focaccia bread to hot pastrami with sauerkraut and 1000 Islands dressing on grilled rye to a huckleberry Monte Cristo, which is an egg-dipped and griddle-fried sandwich of turkey, ham, and Swiss cheese topped with sweet huckleberry syrup. A Hawaiian panini combines Canadian bacon, Swiss cheese, pesto, and pineapple chutney. On the side of just about any sandwich, have a bowl of baked potato soup – an unexpectedly light dish garnished with cheddar and scallions.

As for the pie, it’s first class. In late summer, the star is huckleberry, in which the deliriously flavorful blue berries spill copiously from a fragile crust. Other surefire winners include sour cream lemon with sharp citrus zing, marionberry/apple in which the dark berry’s complexity sings mischievous harmony with ingenuous apples, and rhubarb that is the classic pie-plant pie with fruity ebullience in a savory crust that easily flakes when prodded with a fork. Heather Gross, who is chef, owner, manager, and hostess, bakes about three dozen pies every day, not counting the savory chicken pies that are a locals’ favorite for take-home supper.

What to Eat
Pie Hut, Baked Potato Soup
Baked Potato Soup
Flavors of a stuffed baked potato in a rather elegant soup
Pie Hut, Huckleberry Monte Cristo
Huckleberry Monte Cristo
Monte Cristo sandwich drizzled with vivid huckleberry syrup
Pie Hut, Marionberry Apple Pie
Marionberry Apple Pie
Marionberry apple pie is a tantalizing balance of sweet, tart, and savory.
Pie Hut, Rhubarb Pie
Rhubarb Pie
Rhubarb pie rouses appetite with every bite.
Pie Hut, Sour Cream Lemon Pie
Sour Cream Lemon Pie
Sour cream lemon pie is a sweet-tart duet.
Pie Hut, Chicken Pot Pie
Chicken Pot Pie
Savory chicken pot pie with its lush crust and cornucopic filling is a dish to reckon with.
Directions and Hours
closed now
Tuesday10:30am - 6pm
Wednesday10:30am - 6pm
Thursday10:30am - 6pm
Friday10:30am - 6pm
Saturday10:30am - 4pm
This restaurant is featured in the following eating tours.
7 stops | 7 MILES | 22 min

Sandwiched between Montana and Washington state, Idaho’s panhandle stretches from the wheat-gold hills of a fertile table called the Palouse to the green timbered mountains of British Columbia. Ancestral home of the Nez Percé, it is pure paradise for souls who crave to get away from everything but nature. North of Coeur d'Alene, the town…

6 stops | 1289 MILES | 20 hr 1 min

A favorite snack among grizzly bears as well as humans, huckleberries grow in the high mountains of the Great Plains and ripen in late summer. They are similar to blueberries, but not quite as sweet, their wine-purple color hinting at a depth of flavor more satisfying than the richest chocolate. As a topping for ice…

Open Year Round
Meals Served
Lunch, Dinner
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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