Emporium Pies

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Pictured on the Left: their original roasted coffee

Pictured in the middle: a to-go box filled with a cute little “Lord of the Pies.”

Pictured on the right: a slice of the “Smooth Operator.”Processed with VSCO with 4 presetProcessed with VSCO with e5 presetProcessed with VSCO with au5 presetIMG_6742

Emporium Pies is a delectable little bakery in a rickety old house in the popular Bishop Arts District in Dallas, Texas. These photos were all shot on my iPhone even though I just received a Canon Rebel for Christmas, I can’t wait to try it out!

I ended up going to Emporium Pies for the first time because a few of my college friends came down from Oklahoma and Arkansas to visit me during my Christmas Break and we wanted something sweet to eat after a long day at the Perot Museum.

The way they operate, is that you can buy a slice of any pie for $6 or buy the whole pie for about $30. They also serve hot coco, coffee, and other delicious treats. I highly recommend getting a slice of either the Smooth Operator or the Lord of the Pies! Just click on either of the pies I suggested and it will take you to their website and tell you all about what goes into them!

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For more information about Emporium Pies and to find out their locations, click to visit their website here.

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