If you’ve ever snuck out of your bed on Thanksgiving night for an encore slice of pie and glass of bourbon, Pie Bar will be your personal Disneyland. And instead of your aunt catching you with your whipped cream-covered face in the fridge, you’ll be surrounded by other happy people eating delicious pie a la mode. It’s all excellent, whether you go for the warm apple crumble, whiskey chocolate pecan, the peanut butter mud (our favorite), or one of the rotating specials. If you’d rather drink your dessert, the pietinis made with fruit, cream, and a crust crumbles are very boozy - and very good.
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