HOUSTON - There are several places to find delicious pies in Houston for Thanksgiving and the holiday season.
Whether you're looking for pumpkin, pecan, chocolate or a fruit pie, we've got you covered.
As far as which pies are the best, we'll leave that up to you!
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Here's a list of Houston pie places in no particular order (click on business name to be directed to its website):
House of Pies -- Huge selection of pies. There are two locations, both are open 24 hours -- one on Kirby and one on Westheimer.
Goode Co. -- Make a mean pecan pie. Will ship pies out of state. Several locations around the Houston area.
Flying Saucer Pie Company -- Family owned and operated since 1967. Great selection of fruit and creme pies. Closed Sundays and Mondays.
Three Brothers Bakery -- For something different, try the Pumpecapple Piecake. Three area locations.
Pie in the Sky Pie Co. -- Traditional selection of pies, but The Divide will unite any family gathering. Located in Conroe. Will ship pies across the U.S. Closed Sundays.
Luby's -- Nineteen Houston area locations.
The Pie Factory -- More than 30 different pies. Located on Bellaire Blvd. Closed Sundays.
Moeller's Bakery -- Been serving sweets since 1930. Located on Bellaire Blvd. Closed Sundays.
Ooh La La The Dessert Boutique -- Several traditional pies, but we vote for the Twix pie. Three area locations.
Mighty Sweet Mini Pies -- Already sold out; can't take any more Thanksgiving orders. Insert sad emoji here.
The Chocolate Bar -- All things chocolate pies. Two Houston locations.
Dessert Gallery -- Fudge pecan pie and key lime pie. Located on Kirby.
Fluff Bake Bar -- Pumpkin, chocolate cream, pecan, Dutch apple and (limited edition) mountain rose. Located on Gray Street.
Petite Sweets -- Pumpkin, pecan, chocolate pecan, and fruit and cream pies. Located on Alabama Street.