Pie Society

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Pies are a glory of British cuisine — savory pies in particular. Here they are, made from scratch by a family who hail came from Staffordshire and opened a little cafe in downtown Savannah in 2012. The business has grown and now offers mail-order service and does wholesale sales to stores along the East Coast. The original cafe retains modest corner-store character, with just a few tables — inside and on the sidewalk for customers who choose to eat here. Everything Pie Society makes is eminently portable, for taking home or on a picnic.

When Britons talk about pie, they generally are referring to a meal, and a hearty one at that. Here you will find steak & kidney pies, pork & apple pies, chicken curry pies, and vegetarian pies of cheese, onion & potato. Ingredients come packed into a lush, savory crust; and even a small pie goes a long way.

This being America, and English people having a serious sweet tooth, Pie Society also makes a specialty of sweet pies: apple/cinnamon, peach/ginger, mixed berry. There are even pies much more typical of a U.S. kitchen, such as lemon meringue and pecan.

Beyond pies, the dessert repertoire includes such marvelous old-world sweeties as Victoria sponge, bakewell tarts and jam tarts, custards and puddings. The selection is vast, and while not everything always is available in the cafe, it’s an education to simply browse the Pie Society website and learn high points of British baking.

Thre is a second Pie Society location at 115 Canal St. in Pooler, GA. (912-856-4785)

What to Eat
Pie Society, Victoria Sponge
Victoria Sponge
Must-Try
Victoria sponge: named for Queen Victoria, who loved it
Pie Society, Steak & Potato Pie
Steak & Potato Pie
Must-Try
Steak & potato pie is profoundly savory
Pie Society, Ginger Peach Pie
Ginger Peach Pie
Must-Try
Peach ginger pie fell apart when sliced. Not a problem.
Pie Society, Pork & Apple Pie
Pork & Apple Pie
Pork & apple pie is 2 kinds of sweet, but savory.
Pie Society, Guinness Stout
Guinness Stout
Guinness stout is one of several beers available.
Directions and Hours
open now
Sunday8am - 10pm
Monday8am - 11pm
Tuesday8am - 11pm
Wednesday8am - 11pm
Thursday8am - 11pm
Friday8am - 1am
Saturday8am - 1am
Roadtrips
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Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch, Dessert
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
Yes
Outdoor Seating
Yes
Website

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