Now with locations in Hollywood, Glendale, Pasadena, the Arts District and Orange County, the Pie Hole has developed a reputation as one of L.A.'s go-to spots for a serious slice of pie. The family-owned cafe, whose Arts District interior consists of a few basic wooden picnic tables and chairs, offers homemade (if slightly expensive) pie varieties that range from Mexican Chocolate to a savory mac and cheese hand pie. One of our favorites includes the light-as-a-feather Earl Grey Tea pie, with its mound of whipped topping and a thin layer of chocolate ganache on top of the buttery crust.
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The Mexican chocolate pie here is the real deal. The Earl Grey tea pie comes in at a close number two. The original Arts District location is the most well-stocked but probably the busiest; consider one of the other locations if you don't feel like waiting on a line out the door.
We took the family here for desserts after a day at the Japanese-American museum and had just about everything on the menu! The chicken pot pie was the best I have ever had and the sweet pies had my kids screaming for more. Probably the cheapest dinner I've had especially compared to other restaurants we would typically go to downtown. A must try!