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Pot Pie in Seattle?

Does anyone know anywhere in Seattle to get a good pot pie? Thanks!

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  1. volunteer park cafe has a really great shortrib one, but i think they change pretty frequently. i had a killer duck confit potpie at Vessel a few weeks ago. mmm, duck gravy!

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    1. re: ccqueen

      Had pot pie at VPC today and it was superb. Chicken and root veggies with peas, mmmm.

      1. re: landguy

        I visited VPC today (http://www.alwaysfreshgoodness.com/), and my companion had the chicken pot pie, which was excellent. I had a sandwich and a peanut butter cookie which were both quite good, a cinnamon roll and a blood orange lemonade that were both outstanding, and tomato soup that was so-so for the addition of carrots. The atmosphere was pleasant and relaxing, and the service was gracious.

        I think they'll be seeing me again, despite the significant trek required from downtown.

    2. Pies and Pints is a solid call.
      The pies are delicious, but a little small for the price. I always end up getting two.

      It's up in the Roosevelt area on NE 65th

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      1. re: GreenYoshi

        i love pies at pies and pints! and their french fries too!

      2. Buy at A &Js on Queen Anne and cook at home.

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        1. re: tstrum

          A & J Meats? They sell pot pies? Good to know. I'll have to pick one up next time I am there.

        2. I'm not much of a pie guy... anyone have a line on pot brownies?

          (sorry)

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          1. re: jencke

            I only use a pan for my brownies :-0

          2. The new Eat Local on Queen Anne sells frozen pot pies that you can bake at home. I tried the vegetable one, which had great flavor and a delicious buttery crust.

            http://www.eatlocalonline.com/

            My only complaint was that the veggies were a little too mushy.

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            1. re: dandelion

              There's an "authentic aussie pies" shop in buuuuuteeeful downtown burien on 152. I've never been but may now have to stop in and try their wares.

              1. re: troutsteve

                Try T.S. McHughes in Lower Queen Anne. They claim to have the city's BEST Pot Pie, and I haven't tried many others, but theirs is damn good!