The holidays are right around the corner and what better way to celebrate, and by celebrate we mean eat, than with a slice of pie. For years there has been a cake vs. pie debate and we always swayed towards cake…until we tasted the pie from Dangerously Delicious Pies.
Rodney Henry started Dangerously Delicious Pies ten years ago. While still touring with Baltimore Rock Band, The Glenmont Popes, Rodney took pie on the road. During one tour Rodney came up with a plan. He realized that Rock and Roll wasn’t paying the bills, but perhaps Pie could pay for Rock and Roll. To this day you can find some of the best pie, sweet or savory, in the country, right here waiting for you at Dangerously Delicious Pies.
To quote the folks over at Dangerously Delicious; they make ‘bad ass pies.’ All of their pies are made from scratch without any additives or preservatives. They use local ingredients which is why only certain pies may only be available during certain seasons.Their pies are so good that they’ve been featured on the Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Paula’s Best Dishes and Down Home with the Neely’s.
Located in the Atlas District in DC people stop in to grab a slice, hang out and enjoy some good music and a cup of coffee. Open until 3:30 am it’s a perfect spot to grab a late night bite after a night of drinking! Use Dangerously Delicious Pies to cater your next event or pick one up for Thanksgiving.
Dangerously Delicious Pies just launched their pie truck a few weeks ago. The truck will be rolling through the city handing out slices along the way. Follow the trucks location on Twitter at @dcpietruck so you can grab yourself a slice.
Peace, Love and Pies,
To pick yourself up one these delicious pies visit Dangerously Delicious Pies at 1339 H. Street, NE or visit www.dangerouspiesdc.com. You can also check out their current menu items here: http://www.dangerouspiesdc.com/store