Do you have memories of your mother making a homemade pie and putting it on the windowsill to cool? Well, I don’t because I didn’t live in a cottage but I still sure do love me some pie! On Saturday, January 23rd, we’re celebrating National Pie Day and rounded up the top deals on pies from popular restaurants or bakeries.
Check out these national pie day deals and freebies and be sure to share a slice or two if you can!
Bakers Square: So, you want your pie now and don’t want to wait for Saturday, January 23rd? No problem. On Wednesday (any Wednesday), take your pie-craving self to Bakers Square from 10:30 a.m. until close, and enjoy a FREE slice of pie with any entrée and beverage purchase and is active for dine-in only.
Coco’s Bakery: Maybe you hit up Bakers Square the Wednesday before National Pie Day but here it is, Wednesday again. What to do? Head to Coco’s Bakery where you can enjoy a FREE slice of pie with the purchase of an entrée or family meal. Available all day, every Wednesday for pickup or delivery. Use the code FREEPIE.
Grand Traverse Pie Company: Get a FREE slice of Michigan fruit pie—Apple Crumb or Cherry Crumb with any purchase on National Pie Day. That purchase could be a cup of coffee or even a slice of pie. Want pie delivered to your doorstep? Grand Traverse Pie Company ships anywhere in the country for you to enjoy, give as a personal or corporate gift. They also offer a pie-of-the-month club.
Marie Callender’s: As you might expect from Marie Callender’s, they offer a wide variety of ways to celebrate National Pie Day. Consider first, the choices: layered pies, pot pies, pub pies, or sweet treat pies. And for deals, we’ve got two for you: Enjoy one appetizer, two entrées, and two slices of pie for $30. Or get yourself the Pot Pie Family Meal To-Go—four mini pot pies, salad, and cornbread for $39.95, or add a pie to any family meal for just $10.
O’Charley’s: Wednesday should be renamed Pieday! At O’Charleys, you can get yourself a FREE slice of pie with the purchase of an adult entrée. Even better, order a Family-Style Meal To-Go and snag a whole pie for FREE. Available for to-go and curbside orders only. Not available for delivery or dine-in orders.
Red Robin: Come for the classic Mountain High Mudd Pie on National Pie Day, and extend your experience by enjoying Red Robin’s desire to give its customers true, everyday value when dining out by offering a variety of Bottomless options. Far beyond unlimited drink refills, Red Robin offers unlimited refills on sides when purchasing a burger, sandwich, or entrée, unlimited refills on their Bottomless Root Beer Float, and even a Bottomless entrée, the Mac It Yours and Swirly Twirly Pasta, which now come with free refills.
Shari’s: National Pie Day, January 23rd, falls on Saturday this year. But feel free to make Wednesday your own personal Pie Day and head over to Shari’s for a FREE slice of pie with the purchase of an entrée or family meal. Available all day, every Wednesday for dine-in, pickup, or delivery. Use the code FREEPIE.
Village Inn: Get a FREE slice of select pies when purchasing an entrée and dining in at Village Inn.
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Betty’s Pies: Even if you don’t live near Two Harbors, MN, you can still enjoy one of Betty’s Pies 40 flavors, ready to ship from their kitchen on Lake Superior’s North Shore to your front door. All the standards are there, but so too is their famous Five-Layer Chocolate, Coconut Cream, Toffee Cream, and Turtle Coconut Pies.
Blue Owl Bakery: Thanks to The Travel Channel, Oprah’s O Magazine, The Today Show, Bon Appétit, and The Wall Street Journal (just to name a few), you may be familiar with the Kimmswick, MO home of the Levee High© Caramel Apple Pecan Pie created by the Blue Owl Bakery. What you might not have known is you don’t have to come to it, it will come to you.
Dangerously Delicious Pies: There was a man, a musician in fact, who lived in Baltimore and made some mean pies. Fifteen years ago, for his side gig, he founded Dangerously Delicious Pies. Rodney “The Pie Man” Henry came up with the Baltimore Bomb, a fudgy chess pie loaded with a Baltimore favorite—Berger cookies. Order a variety of seasonal fruit pies as well from Dangerously Delicious Pies at Goldbelly.
Emporium Pies: Handmade from scratch with local ingredients and shipped with delightful floral packaging, the Dallas, Texas’ artisanal pie company, Emporium Pies, makes uniquely named pies like Lord of the Pies and The Drunken Nut, putting imaginative twists on classic flavors.
Four & Twenty Blackbirds: If you don’t find yourself in Brooklyn, but have a hankering for a pie from Brooklyn’s Favorite Pie Shop, Four & Twenty Blackbirds, you’re in luck. You can order Four & Twenty Blackbirds unique Matcha Custard pie, Lemon Chess, Salted Caramel Apple, and more from Goldbelly.
Panbury’s: A truly unique take on pie, Atlanta’s first South African pie shop, Panbury’s, specializes in English, Australian, and South African style hand-pies and family pies. Free shipping is available on their sausage rolls, hand pies, and mini pies, and they can be shipped anywhere in the U.S.
Pink Pie: An icon of the Miami food scene and named Florida’s Best Pie Shop by USA Today, Pink Pie is a labor of love for the husband and wife duo Michael McGowan and Paloma Machado-McGowan. If you’ve never had a mini pie served in a jar, National Pie Day is as good a time as any to get hooked.
Sweetie Pies Bakery: Named Bon Appetit’s “Best Mail-Order Pies” and Food & Wine’s “America’s Best Pie Spots,” this Napa Valley pie company has also had its classic American pies featured in USA Today, Martha Stewart Living, and on the Food Network. Order Sweetie Pies Bakery pies from GoldBelly.

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