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Posted by allison on 01/25/2010
I feel compelled to not extol this kitchy little restaurants virtues. The food was generally underseasoned - except for the yummy salad that came with the veggie tart. the sampler of pies for desert - ok. i was really looking forward to pie. i am a pie enthusiast. warm hot heaping - sweet or savory. couldn't find it low or high here.
Posted by Fairmounter on 12/02/2009
I'm so excited for this new addition to the neighborhood. The food is truly outstanding, inventive and exciting. It's the ultimate vegetarian comfort food. The desserts are out of this world amazing. I will definitely be eating here a lot!
Posted by Annsley on 11/14/2009
The food was unique and excellent combinations I would never think of and yet extremely tasty. The owner makes many things from scratch from local and organic foods. Sweetie's Pie has delicious GF and Soy free options. The prices are very reasonable. I highly recommend the restaurant.
Posted by Rrooster on 11/05/2009
I've been here twice with my girlfriend. Their savory dishes are pretty good. But their pies... their pies. I'd share the last raisin on earth with a total stranger, but I'd fight my mother to the death for a slice of their pie. I've had two pieces of their cheesecake, and soon I must try their carrot cake, because its been taunting me. But I'll have the last laugh.
Posted by paige on 10/17/2009
the space is fun and lively. the pies are awesome. (the tomato pie and the soups are ridiculous.) i had the pecan pie, being from texas, and it is just right. the nana's cookies were the best i have ever had. i wanted to buy some for everyone i know. they use local produce, vegetarian, carefully selected ingredients. the servers are great and they feature local artists. what a breath of fresh air for 18th and spring garden. i am telling anyone who might listen. these ladies deserve to 'make it'. ask for becky to be your server, and enjoy.