Crave Pie Studio

Indulge in Historic Downtown Duluth, Georgia.

pies at Crave Pie Studio in Duluth GA

By Hope S. Philbrick

For seven years, Crave Pie Studio has been open in Historic Downtown Duluth, Ga., which is located north of Atlanta (yet part of the greater metro area). Step inside the charming tin-ceiling historic building and you’re immediately embraced by warm aromas and a welcoming atmosphere.

Owner/Baker Briana Carson’s menu offers a mouthwatering array of pies, from savory to sweet, traditional to creative, seasonal to perennial. Pie-related accessories are also available for sale, if you want to tackle pie-making at home.

Pies are sold in five-inch minis, which you can share or not. A limited number of 10-inch pies are available each day, or you can order any 10-inch or 3-inch pies 48 hours in advance.

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Five signature flavors are available daily, year round: Chocolate Chess, Lemon Chess, Maple Pecan, Chocolate Bourbon Pecan, and Dutch Apple.

Fruit pies, creams and custards change seasonally, driven by seasonal ingredients and bakers’ whims. This fall don’t miss the new carrot pie—trust us, we taste-tested this sublime creation with flavors reminiscent of carrot cake and sweet potato pie.

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If you’re looking for a meal, don’t miss the chicken pot pie or quiche of the day.

Take your order to-go, or stay in and enjoy it alongside a coffee drink made using beans roasted locally.


A new second location of Crave Pie Studio will open in Downtown Alpharetta.

More Information…

Crave Pie Studio
3107 B Main Street
Duluth, GA 30096

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Hope S. PhilbrickHope S. Philbrick is founder and editor-in-chief of Getaways for Grownups. She became a freelance writer and editor because she believes that work and fun should not be mutually exclusive. Her work has appeared in dozens of publications nationwide. When not writing, she can usually be found on the road or savoring something tasty.

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