Newsflash! Pies don't have to be sweet. Here are my picks for the best places to grab hold of a savory hand pie and never let go (at least until you're finished eating). Think of them as grown-up Hot Pockets, except way, way better.
Super traditional English pub serving "proper" 20 ounce Imperial pints since the seventies. With a pint in one hand and a vegetable curry pasty in the other, you're good to go.
This awesome pie-and-coffe spot is also baking up cookies work raving about. The classic Chocolate Button is made with Berlin Kakao organic dark chocolate buttons & slivered toasted almonds, and the Oatmeal with Cranberries and Walnuts is just as good.
Owners Sarah Curtis-Fawley and Chris Powell make delectable Aussie meat pies and pasties, like the Beef and Stout and the Southwestern Buffalo slathered in spicy mole sauce, as well as hearty vegetarian pasties, pork sausage rolls and traditional Aussie slices for dessert.
Part craft beer convenience store, part Schlitz memorabilia museum, part Midwest eatery. Case after case of hard-to-find bottled brews, an imposing list of beers on tap, and a tavern crowd worthy of its own sitcom.
In addition to fruit and cream pies, this adorable shop serves savory hand pies, quiche, and specials like steak and egg salad with blue cheese on arugula or broccoli cheddar soup.