LI Pie Shops Made for This Season

Fall is the season for pie indulging. Whether it’s apple, blueberry, pecan or pumpkin, a few bites is never enough. That is especially true for dessert lovers who pick one from these seven LI pie shops. Forget calories and dig in this season.

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Briermere Farms, Riverhead

A New York pie list isn’t complete without mentioning this popular North Fork joint. A line is expected, but the wait is worth it. This season the lengthy pie list includes the usuals like apple, blueberry and peach. But there are more unique flavors like coconut meringue, chocolate cream, boysenberry and strawberry rhubarb. Everything is made from scratch and most of the fresh fruit is grown right on the farm. Phone: 631-722-3931 | Address: 4414 Sound Ave Click to go

Kerber’s Farm, Huntington

Opened in 1941, Mr. Kerber’s farm quickly became known for its baked goods and fresh produce. The farm, now owned by Nick Voulgaris III, continues to shine with its pies. There’s freshly made apple, blueberry, cherry, strawberry rhubarb, peach, smores, coconut cream and key lime to choose from. Phone: 631-423-4400 | Address: 309 W Pulaski Rd Click to go

The Pie Shoppe, Hicksville

Opened last year, The Pie Shoppe is a haven for all kinds of mini pies. Choose from sweet ones like key lime, banana cream and pumpkin. Or opt for savory breakfast egg pies and pot pies filled with short ribs or bourbon chicken. Either way, visitors are guaranteed to dig into a chemical and preservative-free treat made with fresh produce. Phone: 516-719-4141 | Address: 7 W Village Green Click to go

Sweetie Pies on Main, Cold Spring Harbor

This cozy coffee shop has a homey feel with pastries that don’t disappoint. The Cold Spring Harbor spot is known for its dark cherry pie and apple crumb along with mini pies perfect for those who prefer not to share. Phone: 631-367-9500 | Address: 181 Main St Click to go

Youngs Farm, Glen Head

A family-owned farm founded in 1892, Youngs Farm specializes in homemade pies, breads, cookies, muffins and biscuits. There are a variety of pies this year including apple crisp, dark cherry, pear crumb, pecan and raspberry peach. Those seeking sugar-free dessert are in luck—Youngs Farm sells sugarless apple pie and bumbleberry pie. Phone: 516-626-3955 | Address: 91 Hegemans Ln Click to go

Olish Farm, Eastport

A trip to Olish Farms can mean a truckload of items to bring home. This farm sells produce and plants as well as home décor. The farm’s bakery is another popular component selling a ton of pies, such as caramel apple nut, blueberry lemon crumb and coconut custard. Sugar-free options are also available.  Phone: 631-325-0539 | Address: 75 Eastport-Manor Rd Click to go

Jericho Cider Mill, Jericho

This longtime cider mill (the original opened in the early 1800s) is known for its cider using apples from the Hudson Valley. The pies (available in 6 and 10 inches) are also a big deal. They are constantly popping out of the oven with flavors like blueberry, pecan, peach and pumpkin. Customers especially rave about the apple crumb pie. Phone: 516-433-3360 | Address: 213 Jericho Oyster Bay Rd Click to go

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