Jennifer Parker said:September 3, 2014 8:58 pm PST
We saw signs, Pie Town 100 miles (or something like that.) We looked at each other and said, "Let's check it out!." We arrived 15 minutes before closing. The owner share his life story with us and how he got to pie town. Great story, great pie! That was 7 years ago. Often we will be watching TV and one of us says, "You want to get some pie....from Pie Town?" We will be back there towards the end of the month and we can't wait!
Bill Peschka said:July 14, 2014 10:20 pm PST
I stopped in on Wed, July 9th 2014 (I think). Was racing as part of Tour Divide 2014 from Banff Canada to the Mexican Border at Antelope Wells, NM. Hadn't had a good meal since before Grants, NM. A fellow rider steered me to Good Pie Cafe saying that Pie O Neer down the road had good pie too but Good Pie has protein, which I needed. Had a great burger with slaw and a piece of NM Apple Pie (includes green chile and pinon nuts). Pie was great, burger was great, wonderful service. The coup de grace was the music. All these elements served to trap me and keep me from leaving to resume the race. Finally, I extracted myself outside to clean up my bicycle and continue south, I'll definitely be back the next time I'm anywhere near Pie Town.
Tracy said:July 7, 2014 4:07 pm PST
Our visit to Good Pie Cafe in Pie town was definitely a happy and memorable experience. A ranger in a museum in Lincoln suggested we stop in Pie Town; we were on our way to the Grand Canyon from New Orleans and wanted to take a less direct route on the way. We plan on going next year. Will defiantly be buying an apron to add to my collection!
Susan Diane Johnston said:June 15, 2014 8:46 am PST
Cannot wait to visit - hoping to be there in August from Virginia!
Mr. D. Llewellyn Drong said:March 22, 2014 8:10 pm PST
I am on a personal mission to introduce two places famous for pie wit the idea they should become sister cities. Six months after your pie festival in Pietown, there is the Iditarod Dogsled Race in Alaska. Along the route is the little town of Takotna which is known by every musher and iditarod volunteer for its hospitality and its PIES. Like Pietown, it is barely a speck on the map.
Check this out -- http://iditarod.com/eye-on-the-trail-out-of-mcgrath-onto-takotna/
Of course, there is more to know than that, but let that just be a start.
I think your two towns should get to know one another.
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