There are two Pie Bars (in Ballard and Capitol Hill), but the Ballard location exclusively has cookies-and-cream pie, which you should have. They’re also open late, so it’s perfect for when your fridge is empty and you find yourself throwing your hands up and yelling, “F*ck it, I’m eating pie!”
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