Pot Pie Paradise

From a chock-full-of-chicken pie on Cape Cod and a manly Aussie meat pie in Georgia to a rib-sticking steak pie in Chicago, get a hearty helping of these comfort foods.

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Academe at the Kennebunk Inn

Shanna Katherine Horner O’Hea and Brian O’Hea purchased the Kennebunk Inn and its famed restaurant, Academe, 10 years ago. The husband-and-wife team calls their menu “comfort food with a twist,” and their Lobster Pot Pie is no exception.

45 Main St
Kennebunk, ME 04043

Australian Bakery Cafe

Life-long mates, Mark Allen and Neville Steel brought their traditional baking techniques from the land down under and successfully introduced Georgians to the famous Australian Meat Pie.

48 S. Park Sq
Marietta, GA 30060

Centerville Pie Company

This pot pie is a simple interpretation of a beloved comfort food – a flaky crust, plump chicken and rich gravy served with veggies and cranberry sauce.

1671 Falmouth Rd
Centerville, MA 02632

Chicago Pizza and Oven Grinder Co.

Chicago Pizza and Oven Grinder Co., founded in 1972, is located at an address once tied to the infamous crime boss, Al Capone, but the only thing getting mobbed these days is the sidewalk outside the door for the crowd-pleasing pizza pot pies.

2121 N. Clark St
Chicago, IL 60614

Pleasant House Bakery

Chicago is known for its pizza and its sausages – but chef/owners Chelsea and Art Jackson are bringing Yorkshire England to the South Side of Chicago with their meat pies from the “mother country.”

964 W 31st St
Chicago, IL 60608

Pot Pie Paradise and Deli

A hidden gem tucked away in the industrial pocket of Hayward, CA, Pot Pie Paradise and Deli is a no-frills restaurant specializing in handmade, gourmet pot pies.

3522 Arden Rd
Hayward, CA 94545

Round-Abouts Restaurant

It all started with the Reuben Round, a small pastry filled with corn beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese and thousand island dressing, baked to a glistening golden brown. Thirty years later, Bev and her son Lucas serve over 13 varieties of pot pie.

6891 A Street
Suite 202
Lincoln, NE 68510

Traveling Fare (AKA “Paul’s Pot Pies”)

Just off Marietta Square, there’s a hidden gem the locals have coveted for over 27 years called Traveling Fare. The sign outside sports the name of the restaurant, but declares what it’s famous for: Paul’s Pot Pies.

10 Mill St
Marietta, GA 30060


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