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Homey, adorable, old world Jerabek’s makes real and rustic old-fashioned pies—the rhubarb variations are particularly charming.
63 W. Winifred St., St. Paul, 651-228-1245, jerabeks.com
Chocolate Pecan Tart
It’s not really a summer pie, but the chocolate pecan tart at Bars Bakery is irresistible; it’s so cocoa-rich and beautifully intense.
612 Selby Ave., St. Paul, 651-224-8300, barsbakery.com
When apples aren’t in season, the folks at Sun Street turn to a ginger peach medley. 4600 Nicollet Ave., Mpls., 612-354-3414, sunstreetbreads.com
Birchwood’s coconut cream pies are out of this world—and the chiffons are lighter than clouds.
3311 E. 25th St., Mpls., 612-722-4474, birchwoodcafe.com
Turtle Bread’s fresh raspberry is beyond the beyond. Trust us.
Three metro locations including 4762 Chicago Ave., Mpls., 612-823-7333, turtlebread.com
Pies at Sarah Jane’s Bakery cost half what they do at nouvelle bakeries—so pick up a French silk along with whatever classic cream pie and classic apple you’re getting.
2853 NE Johnson St., Mpls., 612-789-2827, sarahjanesbakery.com
A twist on traditional apple, the “pie” at Icehouse comes in a jar topped with brown butter pecan ice cream.
2528 Nicollet Ave. S., Mpls., 612-276-6523,
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