Q. Where can I buy pies? Oh, I know that some of the grocery stores, like Byerly’s or Kowalski’s, have pies available, but usually only a small selection. Apple and cherry pies are popular, but where are the banana cream, coconut cream or peach pies? A. If you are looking for whole pies, you can order them ahead of time from Buttered Tin (237 E. Seventh St., St. Paul; 651-224-2300; thebutteredtin.com) — you can even do it online! Salty Tart (289 E. Fifth St., St. Paul; 612-874-9206; saltytart.com) does pie pop-ups around the holidays, but doesn’t offer them on a regular basis from the bakery. That said, you can always ask them to make you one. There’s a spot on their website for special requests. They also serve slices of Salty Tart pie at Octo Fishbar, which is in Market House Collaborative, adjacent to the St. Paul Salty Tart. The best coconut cream pie I have ever tasted was from Revival (525 Selby Ave., St. Paul; 651-340-2355; revivalfriedchicken.com) in St. Paul. They change what kind they offer regularly, but banana cream is on the menu, too. You just have to go see what they have, but I promise you will… Read full this story
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