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Downtown Woodstock, Georgia: A Guide on Things To Do and Places To Eat

Downtown Woodstock, Georgia: A Guide on Things To Do and Places To Eat

Raymond Cau, Traveling

Pie Bar
Website / Address: 8720 Main St #130, Woodstock, GA 30188

The other dessert shop in Downtown Woodstock is Pie Bar, owned by pie marker Lauren Bolden who you’ll usually find at the store working on the pies. They are a take-out only pie store with a daily rotating selection of pies, but they have a few seats and tables for you to enjoy your take-out pies.

For desserts, I typically don’t go for pies, but I had a deeper appreciation for them after trying the pies here.

The pies here aren’t overly sweet, and the crust is just amazing. Prices range from $3-4/slice and whole pies are at least $25.

Travelling Foodie Tip: Warm up the Salted Caramel Apple Streusel Pie and top it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It’s SO GOOD!

Salted Caramel Apple Streusel Pie topped with Vanilla Ice Cream

They also have Chocolate Chess Pie. I learned that Chess Pies are traditional Southern style pies which use cornmeal and vinegar.

I enjoyed all three I tried, but my favorite is the Bourbon Pecan Pie. It had generous amounts of pecans and the right texture inside.

Pie Bar also serves savoury pies. Though I didn’t get a chance to try it, I was told that their must-try is the Chicken Pot Pie.
**To read the full article about other restaurants and hot spots in Downtown Woodstock, click here.