9 Perfect Pie Shops in Lubbock

Written By Maggi Gallaspy

November 17, 2023

#Bakery/Cafe #Desserts #Eats

It’s the holiday season! And Lubbock is prepared. From crowd-favorite desserts to seasonal decorations, you can feel the holiday spirit in each nook and cranny around the city, but nothing compares to the cozy corners of Lubbock’s best bakeries. Whether you’re shopping for the perfect Thanksgiving or Christmas treat to place on your table or are in town craving something sweet, these 9 pies are sure to satisfy any craving. Happy tasting!

While this Wolfforth area hotspot is known for its BBQ ranked yearly in the Top 50 in the state by Texas Monthly, incredible sides and savory smoked meats aren’t the only things pitmasters areas slinging out. Dessert is a must at Evie Mae’s. While all the pies are good, we have a special place in our hearts for the pecan.

This unique spin on pies is located in South Lubbock. Mousse-filled, pillowy and oh-so-delicious, stop in to try one of their signature flavors. Be sure to stay up to date via social media on the limited edition pies this hidden gem is dishing out. If you’re in town on Saturday, stop by for a mousse-topped waffle. Yes, you read that right. Yum!

The name of this bakery says it all. No matter what you choose from the case it will indeed be simply decadent. This coconut pie is one of our favorites, the perfect balance in texture, sweetness and crust ratio. P.S. The seasonal treat offerings are always a good idea.

While this cafe is tucked away on 82nd, it has no shortage of fans. Known for its easy drop-in soup and sandwich lunches, Honey Baked Ham also has a fridge full of whole pies. This pecan-crusted chocolate delight is one of the best on the list.

100 years in business, Slaton Bakery must be doing something right. Well, more like everything. From freshly baked bread to giant cinnamon rolls and mini pies, this bakery is well worth the 20-minute drive from Lubbock. Experience history in each taste of its seasonal pie offerings.

Sugarbakers is all about community. Get a taste of West Texas hospitality at this cozy, welcoming cafe. Where the chocolate pie is rich and the coconut cream is smooth, you really can’t go wrong with any slice you choose.

Known for her pies, owner and chef Theresa Stephens has created a homemade haven in Lubbock. This breakfast and lunch spot is always packed and patrons know not to leave without a slice of heaven. You seriously can’t go wrong with any flavor.

Adored by locals, this uncovered gem is a charming country cafe on 50th St. Serving elevated classics. the buttermilk pie and carrot cake are two of our favorites.

If you love the color yellow or all things bumble bees, this shop is the stop for you. But seriously, you won’t leave this place without a smile on your face. Like walking into Grandma’s house, the atmosphere is warm and the pie is divine. Try it by the slice or whole.


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