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4 transit-friendly pie spots across Metro Vancouver

4 transit-friendly pie spots across Metro Vancouver

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On the hunt for Metro Vancouver’s tastiest slice of pie but don’t want to drive around the entire region? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Whether you’re looking for sweet or savory, a slice or several, here are some of the best spots to settle that craving accessible via transit!

The Pie Shoppe – 1875 Powell St, Vancouver (<1 min walk from Victoria Dr and Powell St)

A family-owned business run by sisters Andrea and Stephanie French, this pie shop in Vancouver is a unique spot offering more than just a pie. Their concept focuses on all things local, while staying true to their French Canadian and British heritage: local artist inspired, local ingredients from BC, and local menu offerings. Catch them less than a minute away from the Victoria Dr. and Powell St., stop served by bus route 4 and 7!

Gabi & Jules – 230B Clarke St, Port Moody (< 15 min walk from Moody Station)

All natural is the game here! Gabi & Jules only use ingredients that are natural and real, resulting in new and exciting changes in their menu to complement the seasons. They’re tucked a few blocks away from St. Johns St., giving you a relaxing and tranquil pie-eating experience. As innovators, they try new things with their Feature Pie Saturdays, where a new flavour is released for just a week!

Port Moody a bit too far? Visit their other transit-friendly location, a 1-minute walk from the corner of Willingdon Ave. and Hastings St., accessible by bus routes R5 Hastings St RapidBus, 129, 130, 131, 132, 160, and 222. Now that’s accessible!

Savary Island Pie Company – 1533 Marine Dr, West Vancouver (< 1 min walk from Marine Dr and 15th St)

A long-standing part of the West Vancouver community for over 30 years, they fill the tummies of the neighbourhood with sweet pies, savory pies, cake, and baked goods. A go-to spot for many in the West Vancouver community, it is accessible by the 250, 251, 252, 253, 255, and 256 buses near the corner of Marine Dr. and 15th St.

El Dorado Pie & Treats – 130-123 Carrie Cates Crt, North Vancouver (<1 minute walk from Lonsdale Quay Terminal)

Part of the Lonsdale community since 2002, this family-owned business embraces their Peruvian roots by using techniques passed down from generations to make their baked goods, empanadas, and pies! A stone’s throw away from the Lonsdale Quay bus exchange and SeaBus terminal, it is the perfect location for a pie any time of the day!

BONUS: Pi[e]r² Pizza – 6133 University Blvd, Vancouver (1-4 minute walk from UBC Exchange)

Although it’s not the conventional pie in mind, this pizza spot located inside the AMS Nest and features local toppings, and house-made sausages for the student-on-the-go. Located near the UBC Exchange, meaning bus routes R4 41st Ave RapidBus, 4, 9, 14, 25, 33, 44, 49, 68, 84, and 99 B-Line are the best way there!

Metro Vancouver is a huge region with a variety of pie shops to keep your belly full year-round! Have one you just can’t get out of your mind? Comment below to share your thoughts!


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