January 23rd is #NationalPieDay and we're celebrating by showing off all of the incredible pies around OKC.
Cafe 501: Located in Classen Curve, stop into Cafe 501 to curb your appetite with a piece of Caramel Apple Pie
Cattlemen's: An Oklahoma City tradition, Cattlemen's Coconut Cream pie paired with a cup of coffee is an out of this world sensation that you can find simply by taking a stroll through the Stockyards.
Flint: This downtown OKC restaurant has a Key Lime pie with bruleed meringue and raspberry that will have you coming back again and again!
Ingrid's calls their pies the "best pies ever" but we'll leave it up to you to decide which one is your favorite. We couldn't resist their Peach pie or the Chocolate Cream pie.
Irma's: We just dare you to make it out of the door without trying a slice of the Buttermilk pie or Pecan pie. Irma's has two locations in OKC so you are never too far from your favorite dessert.
Kitchen No.324 - Nestled in the heart of downtown OKC, Kitchen No. 324 is a true crowd pleaser. Their Coconut Cream pie pairs well with the Latchkey Kid (Rooibos infused Prairie Wolf vodka, Prairie Wolf dark coffee liqueur, almond milk and Cocoa Puffs)
Pie Junkie: When you think of pies, this Plaza district pie shop is probably the first one that comes to mind. We started with the Drunken Turtle and French Silk, moved onto the Bird Dog Buttermilk, and ended with a slice of Macadamia Key Lime pie and Peanut Butter Chocolate.