5 places to get pie

The holidays are here, and that means pie. Pretend you’re Special Agent Dale Cooper at Twede’s Cafe and belly up with a cup of coffee and a slice of warm pie.


1. Sisters Restaurant


2804 Grand Ave.
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A homey, Everett family-owned establishment since 1983. They make the pies from scratch every morning, and serve Seattle’s Zoka Coffee. Brick walls and tall ceilings, this is a nice place to catch up on local visual art.

2. Petite Sweet Bakery


2613 Colby Ave.
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This small cozy shop on Colby makes everything from scratch. They have an amazing variety of pies: banana cream, fall harvest, raspberry mousse, pumpkin, and peanut butter to name a few. Linger long over a slice and a cuppa Joe and check back for seasonal pie flavors.

3. Karl's Bakery & Cafe


2814 Wetmore Ave.
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This cute little bakery has high-backed booths and wood-paneled walls. The pastries and pies are in a glass case and you can order espresso, too. This is a great place to post up with a newspaper and watch the Funko tourists stroll by.

4. The New Mexicans


1416 Hewitt Ave.
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Known for their rich gravy and New Mexican menu, these folks know how to serve up some of the best pie in town. A few classics to try: Oreo chocolate cream, Butterfinger chocolate cream, or Reese's chocolate peanut butter cream.

5. The Totem Diner


4410 Rucker Ave.
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Walking into the Totem feels like walking back in time - and straight into an episode of Twin Peaks. This place is a classic diner: deliciously greasy food, wait staff who call you 'hun,' and plenty of pie. Pie options change daily, so call if you're picky.