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Delivery and Pickup Now Available!

Updated: Jan 5

Hi there pie fans, we have some exciting news to share with you: you can now get your pies by home delivery or kitchen pickup! Here's how it works:


You can now pick up your favorite frozen savory handpies right from our kitchen in East Liberty! For those of you who haven't heard, we recently moved into the kitchen at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary on Highland Ave. We'll be offering pie pickups once a week. Here's what you need to know for pickup:

Pickup Day: Fridays 9am-1pm

Order Cutoff: Wednesdays at midnight

Pickup Fee: none!

Order pies for pickup right from our website. The current offerings are listed on the form at the bottom of the Order page. To select certain flavors, make sure the check box in the upper left corner of each item's picture is checked with a blue tick mark and then select the number of pies of that flavor you would like. The subtotal on that flavor should correspond to the number you selected. If the subtotal on any flavor of pie you would like says "$0.00", then click the check box to select it.

You must select a pickup date and enter your credit card info, email, and phone number to complete the order. Once you click "Submit", you should receive a confirmation email listing what you purchased and directions to the kitchen. If you have any trouble with the form, please give us a call at 412-206-5192.

You can still come get our pies at the Bloomfield market every first and third Saturdays through March, but pies are available for pickup every week.

Please note that we have raised our prices by 50 cents per pie to account for the higher processing fees associated with online selling. Prices of pies at the physical farmers' markets has not changed.


We've partnered with Market Wagon to bring you our selection of frozen savory handpies right to your door. They take orders on a weekly basis, with deliveries once a week. Here's the important information:

Delivery Day: Tuesday afternoons (with exceptions for holidays)

Order Cutoff: Sundays at midnight (again with holiday exception)

Delivery Fee: $6.95

Market Wagon is an online market place of locally-grown and -produced food. It's basically an online farmers' market that delivers to your home. There are a variety of local vendors (farms, food producers, etc), many of whom you would see at your local farmers' markets, others who are in the area but might not be at your market. It's a great way to get local food in the off-season (like right now) or when you can't otherwise attend your local farmers' market.

There's no subscription fee or contract—you can place an order for any given week of however many good from any number of different vendors, and all you'll pay for is the delivery fee (after the goods, of course!). Click the button below to order!

Please note that we have raised our prices by 50 cents per pie to account for the higher processing fees associated with selling through a delivery service. Prices of pies at the physical farmers' markets has not changed.

As of right now, we're offering only frozen savory handpies for delivery and pickup, but we plan to soon add medium and large sweet pies to our delivery and pickup offerings.

Pies & Pints

In other pie news, we're happy to announce another season of Pies & Pints at 3ROC in Regent Square. We'll be there every week on alternating Tuesdays (for the run club) and Fridays (for community campfire night out front) for most of the winter.

For those who have never been, the 3 Rivers Outdoor Center is a small, locally-owned and community-oriented outdoor gear store. They constantly have community events there (like free yoga on Saturday mornings or the weekly running club on Tuesdays. They also have a variety of top-quality outdoor gear and clothing for sale, plus a consignment section of used gear in the back (which is great).

If you're wondering what the "Pints" part of Pies & Pints is all about, it is this: local breweries donate kegs to 3ROC, which then offer pints of the beer for a $5 donation. All the proceeds go to a local environmental charity, which rotates every six months. So on Pies & Pints nights, you can come get a hot savory pie and a pint of local beer, browse some outdoor gear, and hang out with others as part of this wonderful community they've created.

Here's the exact schedule for Pies & Pints:

Tuesday, January 2

Friday, January 12

Tuesday, January 16

Friday, January 26

Tuesday, January 30

Friday, February 9 

Tuesday, February 13

Friday, February 23

Tuesday, February 27

Friday, April 12

Tuesday, April 16

Friday, April 26

Tuesday, April 30

Thank you

In other news, we here at Pittsburgh Pie Guy wanted to thank each and every one of you for making this such a successful year! We sold more than twice as many pies as we did last year, and are on pace to continue growing next year. We were able to hire our first full-time employee at a living wage thanks to your support, and hopefully will be able to hire a second one once the delivery and pickup business takes off. It's crazy to think that this thing that started out as a passion and an idea has turned into a growing small business that not only supports me but another person full-time, and I'm grateful to everyone for their support! Thank you!

-Lou the Pie Guy

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