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Bang Bang Pie Shop

2051 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL - (773) 276-8888
They produce three flavors of pie daily with flavors changing every few weeks. They are exquisitely produced with the freshest of ingredients and contain a large dose of value added love.
100% Approval Rating (2 votes)

Scorecard

5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Slice of Pie
Blueberry Pie
Whole Pie
Lemon sage icebox pie
Pear Brandy Mince Pie
Scratch Biscuit
Candied Bacon
Honey Pie
Eggnog Cream Pie
Smoked Collard Greens
Coffee
Key Lime Pie

Highlighted Reviews

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Gregg Pill - Photos (6)
May 13, 2014
"If you're a Chicagoland native or just passing thru, Bang Bang Pie Shop is a great stop for a slice of pie, a biscuit and jam or a great cup of coffee. They produce three flavors of pie daily with flavors changing every few weeks. They are exquisitely produced with ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

2051 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL
(773) 276-8888

http://www.bangbangpie.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Breakfast, Lunch, Dessert
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:Yes
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
The honey pie places a light honey custard in a cornmeal shortbread crust and then sprinkles lavender sea salt on top.
"The honey pie places a light honey custard in a cornmeal shortbread crust and then sprinkles lavender sea salt on top. "
Cliff Strutz





You can order your biscuits filled with different meats and eggs or covered in gravy, but the best way to really taste them is what they call the scratch biscuit.  Here you get a plain biscuit, plus high quality jam and butter.
"You can order your biscuits filled with different meats and eggs or covered in gravy, but the best way to really taste them is what they call the scratch biscuit. Here you get a plain biscuit, plus high quality jam and butter."
Cliff Strutz


The pies here aren't only delicious, but they are appealing to the eye also!  This is a slice of the pear brandy mince.
"The pies here aren't only delicious, but they are appealing to the eye also! This is a slice of the pear brandy mince."
Gregg Pill


I normally don't order collards north of the Mason-Dixon line, but these earthy, smoky vegetables have me reconsidering.
"I normally don't order collards north of the Mason-Dixon line, but these earthy, smoky vegetables have me reconsidering."
Cliff Strutz


The key lime pie was a little softer than we would prefer, maybe due to the warmer weather, but the subtle lime flavor was spot on.
"The key lime pie was a little softer than we would prefer, maybe due to the warmer weather, but the subtle lime flavor was spot on."
Cliff Strutz


An entire pear brandy mince pie in all it's glory!
"An entire pear brandy mince pie in all it's glory!"
Gregg Pill


A refreshing summer selection features macerated fresh berries adorning a lemon sage icebox pie.
"A refreshing summer selection features macerated fresh berries adorning a lemon sage icebox pie."
Gregg Pill


For a sturdy cup of coffee, Bang Bang features Gas Light Coffee Roasters.
"For a sturdy cup of coffee, Bang Bang features Gas Light Coffee Roasters."
Gregg Pill


Bang Bang's interior.  Most people take their food to the large outside dining area out back.  Note all the people waiting in line outside the windows.
"Bang Bang's interior. Most people take their food to the large outside dining area out back. Note all the people waiting in line outside the windows."
Cliff Strutz


The quality of the food at Bang Bang is no secret.  Lines form outside even before they open.
"The quality of the food at Bang Bang is no secret. Lines form outside even before they open."
Cliff Strutz



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