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Fat & Flour

317 S Broadway

Los Angeles, CA 90013

Fat & Flour is a tremendous pie specialist with a semi-permanent pop-up in Grand Central Market. Their chocolate chess pie is among our favorite desserts in the whole city, and their seasonal fruit options (like strawberry-rhubarb or stone fruit) are killer. And if you don’t feel like ordering a whole pie (what’s wrong with you?), they’ve got miniature versions, too, like brambleberry with brown butter crumble.

While eating the pies and baked goods from this Eastside pop-up, you might find yourself getting hit with a wave of actual déjà vu . Maybe that’s because you’ve eaten it in a parallel universe, but most likely, it’s because you’ve had the food at Fiona, the now-closed Fairfax restaurant that was run by the chef behind Fat & Flour. She’s now brought those signature pies back, and is offering them in flavors like rhubarb cherry and Key lime topped with whipped cream, as well as a variety of brownies, chocolate chip cookies, and pure, raw, cookie dough. Check Fat & Flour’s Instagram for updates, or pre-order for pick-up through their website.

Ever since Fiona closed last year, we’ve been in a state of grief, desperately trying to distract ourselves with activities like knitting and deep-diving on Zooey Deschanel’s random relationship with a Property Brother. But luckily, those days are behind us - Fiona’s pies are back. Now called Fat & Flour, and located inside of Grand Central Market, they’re still baking that Key Lime pie that made the old Fairfax spot famous, plus treats like tangerine meringue pie and sugar cookies.

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