For breakfast they offer Pop tarts, Quiche, Empanadas and Cinnamon Swirls. For lunch they have Vegetarian Pot Pies. And then there is dessert. They have a variety of pies available like Strawberry Basil, Apple, Cherry, Peach and Blueberry. They offer these in various sizes and forms: 3" Tiny Pies (about a 4 bite size), 1/2 pint Mason Jar Pies (3" size ), Pie Pops, and Teeny Tiny Pies (about a 2 bite size). They can also make any flavor of pie in a standard 9" size that serves 12 with advance order. I visited a few weeks ago and got an assortment of four. My favorite was the Strawberry Rhubarb. That combination of sweet strawberry and tart rhubarb was captured perfectly, and the crust is flaky and tender. In the name of research, I returned this past weekend to sample some other flavors and to try a savory empanada. Although the pies can be eaten at room temperature or warm, I decided to go the extra step and warm the pies before eating. I didn't think it was possible, but they were even better than before. The Cherry was amazing, the Blueberry was incredible, but the Blueberry Peach with oatmeal crumble won my heart. If you could taste summer, this would be it. I cheated and warmed the pies in the microwave for 20 seconds (rather than in the oven); all the flavors of the fruit and its juices were intensified, not to mention the crust became even more tender. The spinach empanada was very good and I am not normally an empanada fan. It was reminiscent of spanakopita with a bit of a thicker crust. A word of advice--get to the shop before noon for the best selection because the more popular flavors sell out quickly.
Tiny Pies can cater your wedding (think favors and a casual alternative to wedding cake), private parties, corporate events and provide gift ideas. They can ship any of their pies anywhere. They offer baking classes and parties for children and adults. If you can't make it over to the new storefront, you can find Tiny's Tiny Pies at local grocery stores in the frozen dessert aisle. "We bake love and sunshine into each and every pie!" You certainly can taste it. (Cathy)