Chicken Pot Pie That Screams Comfort Food

Winter is all about comfort food—and not many options are quite as satisfying as chicken pot pie. That flaky crust and warm creamy filling is hard to beat in the dead of winter. Ignore the calories and dig into the chicken pot pies Long Islanders rave about.

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Kerber’s Farm, Huntington

Founded in 1941, Kerber’s Farm has long been a favorite for its baked goods. But customers also rave about the homemade chicken pot pie, which comes in a pocket for $11.95 or a nine-inch size for $27. Customers have called the savory treat the best they’ve ever had and a must-have. That probably has a little something to do with the freshness as Kerber’s makes everything from scratch daily. Phone: 631-423-4400 | Address: 309 W Pulaski Road Click to eat

Mim’s Restaurant, Roslyn

A local favorite, Mim’s Restaurant is adored for its friendly staff and the generously sized dishes. The menu features an array of New American options like sandwiches, shrimp skewers, salads and classic chicken wings. The filling chicken pot pie is a favorite. It’s made with roasted chicken breast, carrots, peas, potatoes, fresh sage béchamel sauce and puff pastry crust. Phone: 516-625-7305 | Address: 235 Roslyn Road Click to eat

Sapsuckers, Huntington

Those who eat organic don’t need to look any further than Sapsuckers. The cozy spot, which uses farm-raised ingredients for its gastro-pub style menu, makes its chicken pot pie with organic chicken. The puff pasty crust is also stuffed with creamy roux, carrot, celery, onion, mushrooms, peas and bacon. The vintage style lighting, antique mirrors and granite tables just add to this place’s charm. Phone: 631-683-4945 Address: 287 Main Street Click to eat

JT’s Cafe, Blue Point

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, JT’s cafe is known for putting its own twist on classic comfort food. The pot pie is no different. The creamy dish is whipped up with organic chicken and mixed vegetables. It also hits the table in an iron skillet. Phone: 631-363-9562 | Address: 4 Montauk Hwy Click to eat

Cooperage Inn, Baiting Hollow

The chicken pot pie at Cooperage Inn didn’t make Pulse’s annual list of 17 things to eat in 2017 for no reason. Owner and executive chef Jonathan Perkins created his special recipe 18 years ago. This chicken pot pie is made with tender pieces of white and dark meat chicken. Carrots, celery, corn, peas and potatoes are added to the mix along with a special sherry cream sauce. It’s also baked in a casserole with a puff pastry crust. Phone: 631-727-8994 | Address: 2218 Sound Avenue Click to eat

Mill Creek Tavern, Bayville

A little off the beaten path, Mill Creek Tavern is a warm local spot with a lengthy menu fit for any type of foodie. Customers especially praise the appetizers like buffalo chicken spring rolls and the pretzel baked brie. As for the entrees, mama’s homemade chicken pot pie is a winner. Made in a puff pastry crust, it’s a mix of roasted chicken breast, carrots, peas, potatoes and fresh sage béchamel sauce. Phone: 516-289-9489 | Address: 275 Bayville Avenue Click to eat

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Anna Halkidis is a senior web editor at Long Island Pulse. Feel free to reach out at or on Twitter @annahalkidis.