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You'll want more than just one slice

click to enlarge In addition to pies by the slice, Pie Hut offers sandwiches, quiche and pot pies. - CARRIE SCOZZARO
  • Carrie Scozzaro
  • In addition to pies by the slice, Pie Hut offers sandwiches, quiche and pot pies.

A pple, cherry crumble, coconut, chocolate peanut butter, huckleberry cheese and their two most popular — crème brûlée and sour cream lemon. Name a flavor and The Pie Hut probably has it, with roughly 50 fresh-baked pies by the slice ($3.75) or whole ($13 to $15) daily.

They even ship fruit pies.

Besides pie, they do salads, sandwiches and three rotating homemade soups. Try soup and pie ($9), soup and salad ($12) or a sandwich, soup and pie ($12 half/$14 whole). Owner Heather Cross lets her travels inspire specials like the Thai chicken curry soup or the Vietnamese banh mi with beef and pickled vegetables. Can't decide between a savory sandwich and pie? Have pot pie or quiche ($10).

If the food doesn't charm you, the décor will, with local art and a rainbow-bright assortment of seating, tables and wall colors.

"Obviously I can't settle on one color, so I picked them all," jokes Cross.

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