What’s not to love about savory meats stuffed inside of flaky, warm shell? Ron Wolf, founder of That Pie Place, had the idea to create such a thing. With decades of experience in the restaurant industry, including being the President of the Georgia Restaurant Association and the director of Food and Beverage Training for Holiday Inn Worldwide.
Located in Dunwoody, the location is a bit obscure and not something you would simply stumble upon. It is on Peachtree Dunwoody across the street from Costco. As you can imagine, That Pie Place is a pretty popular spot for workers in the area during lunch. After meeting Ron at a food industry event, we got together to planning a tasting so many of us Atlanta foodies could sample the tasty pies at That Pie Place.
The place is spotless and kept up extremely well. And if you are a fan of those Coke freestyle machines, they have one of those too.
While most Americans have not truly embraced savory pies, they are quite popular in others countries. All pies are made within three minutes and the meats used in them contain no hormones or antibiotics. Produce is locally grown. You can either choose from one of the thirteen pies on the menu or build your own. All pies are quite filling and are under $6, in fact, all the same price.
The most popular pie on the menu is the Buffalo Chicken, and after sampling it I can see why. What was surprising to me, is the ones that were my favorite are not the ones I would usually choose – Jerk Chicken, Salmon Coulibiac, Chicken Cordon Bleu.
That Pie Plac
6355 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Northeast #10
Atlanta, GA 30328