Best Pie in Salt Lake City

Let me preface this post by saying there’s nothing quite like making a delicious home made pie and there’s NOTHING like enjoying that pie with friends and family on Thanksgiving day (my favorite holiday!). But sometimes life hits you and there’s also nothing like paying someone else for a job well done. If you live in SLC and consume copious amounts of pie for the month of November year round, I think you’ll enjoy this post featuring the best pie in Salt Lake City! Thanks for reading.


5. June Pie

Although a short drive from Salt Lake City, we felt that this list would be incomplete without mention of June Pie! The lovely Tehmi Brimhall of Heber City started this once small and now bustling business out of her very own kitchen. She and a team of local ladies crimp crusts, fill pies, and share homemade goodness 4 days a week. Her adorable shop is open from 3:30-6 p.m. and you can reserve pies on her website including their pecan, oatmeal, chocolate, salted caramel apple, pumpkin, and their famous sour cream lemon! Her latest accolade? Winning Cooking Channel’s Sugar Showdown. Congrats Tehmi!

June Pie

$$$$ Bakeries

133 N Main St, Heber City, UT 84032 435-503-6950

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4. Penny Ann’s Cafe

I’m about THIS close to asking Penny and her crew if I can be adopted into their family. Penny Ann’s Cafe is one of my go-to spots for breakfast in Salt Lake City. They make a mean breakfast burrito, hands-down the best pancakes in SLC, and biscuits and gravy that will rival your grandmother’s. A slice of their peanut butter chocolate is no doubt some of the best pie in Salt Lake City.  Trust me on this one.

Penny Ann’s Cafe

$$$$ Cafes, American (Traditional), Breakfast & Brunch

1810 Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 801-935-4760

3. The Dodo

Cody and I went on our first date here so I’m allll sorts of nostalgic for this SLC hot spot. They’re famous for their melt in your mouth tollhouse pie and make everything in house and from scratch. This beautiful key lime pie is one of their more popular pies, alongside the banana cream cheese and the chocolate almond mousse. Their pies are gorgeous, consistent, and enough to share for two (#datenight). Unquestionably a tack on our list featuring the best pie in Salt Lake City.  

The Dodo

$$$$ American (Traditional)

1355 E 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105 801-486-2473

2. Hub and Spoke

Our friends at Hub and Spoke, one of my favorite spots for comfort food in Salt Lake City, know just how to create something classic and delicious with the perfect amount of flair. This salted caramel apple pie was topped with home made caramel sauce, vanilla bean ice cream, and pinch of sea salt. Their pastry display has a constant rotation of homemade baked items, always including homemade pie .

Hub and Spoke Diner

$$$$ American (New), Breakfast & Brunch, Diners

1291 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105 801-487-0698

1. Left Fork Grill

Left Fork Grill is everything you want in a sit down diner with regulars at the bar, waitresses with sass, and food that’s shamelessly cooked in lard. My mum took me here a few years ago for a smoked salmon scramble and a slice of home made pie. YUM. As I prepared for this post and brought home wayyyy too much/not enough slices of pie, my husband declared this slice of raspberry cream pie the *best* that he had during my pie extravaganza. It’s their most popular pie for good reason. I also have an undying love for their blueberry pie.

Left Fork Grill

$$$$ Diners, Desserts, Breakfast & Brunch

68 W 3900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84107 801-266-4322

Did you like this post? Be sure to check out my list of Top 10 Places to Eat in Salt Lake City. Or better yet, download my FREE PDF of 100 Restaurants in SLC. Yowzah.

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  1. Go check out the Crust Club! It’s amazing, handmade dinner and dessert pies that they deliver right to your doorstep. I think it’s at

  2. Awesome list!!! I had a great time visiting each of them! Per NEEDING to buy various pies from each on this list, I think by now I’ve spent (much to my wife’s dismay) at least 3 or 4 hundred dollars on pie! Totally worth it! I think my family and co-workers are pretty much sick of me going on about what makes a truly exceptional pie 🙂 Out of each of these, my personal favorite is June Pie. Thanks for the great post!

    1. Hi Steven! I am so glad you like my list! Haha eating out can get expensive but if the food is good then (in my opinion) it’s worth it!! Love June Pie! Thanks for reading 🙂