Sisters Melissa and Emily Elsen changed the New York pie scene when their Gowanus bakery opened in 2009. Now they’re expanding with a 10-seat counter in Prospect Heights. Along with well-known favorites (Salted Caramel Apple, Black Bottom Oat), diners can expect new flavors like a Buckeye Pie (peanut-butter filling with chocolate ganache) and Coconut Custard (coconut-milk custard with coconut flakes), as well as savory goods like hand pies. The biggest change from the original, however, is the addition of booze: low-sulfite wine, Bad Seed cider and local beers like Other Half.
|Venue name:||Four and Twenty Blackbirds Pie Counter|
634 Dean St
|Cross street:||between Carlton and Vanderbilt Aves|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed 7am–9pm; Thu, Fri 7am–11pm; Sat 8am–11pm; Sun 8am–9pm|
|Price:||Average slice: $5.75|
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