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A pie tour of the Upstate

We did a roundup of some pie spots to satisfy your sweet tooth.

GVLtoday Better than Sex pie

Every day can be pie day if you eat pie. | Photo from Better than Sex

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Get ex-pie-ted, Greenville. Cherry, peach, tomato, pecan — the options are limitless. We’ve put together a local pie list that makes finding homemade favorites, well, easy as pie

Buttermilk Pie Shop | 2222 Augusta St., Ste 9

In addition to pies, this spot serves other sweet treats like cookies and pie a la mode. Oh, did we mention they also have gluten-friendly options?

Aunt Tel’s Premium Sweet Potato Pie | 219-B Antrim Dr.

As Aunt Tel says, “we only make one thing, so you know it must be good.” You can catch Aunt Tel’s at Farmers Markets around the city, but they have a physical location inside The Seafood Spot.

Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery | 205 Cedar Lane Rd.

Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery not only offers tomato pie, which totally counts, you can also get your fruity pie fix. Order online.

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Swamp Rabbit Cafe makes a mean pie. | Photo by Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery

Brick Street Cafe | 315 Augusta St.

We know that the sweet potato cake from Brick Street is Greenville famous, but have you ever tried their sweet potato pie? Slices are available Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Better than Sex | 23-25 College St.

Pies so good, they’re sinful. Pair your pie with one of their signature drinks and get ready for a sugar rush.

Hester General Store | 1735 Hester Store Rd., Easley

We couldn’t do a pie round up without including Hester General Store. Owner Katie Cheney tells us that while some people think pie crust shouldn’t be sweet because the filling is, she disagrees. Her secret? “It should taste like a sugar cookie.” Enjoy one of their homemade pie slices on its own, but we recommend a la mode with the signature soft serve.

GVLtoday Swamp Rabbit Cafe Peach Pie

Life is peachy. | Photo by Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery

Where’s your favorite pie in Greenville? It would be peachy if you let us know.

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