$10 for $20 Worth of Bakery Fare at Tootie Pie Co. Gourmet Café

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Award-winning pies such as the 6-pound Tootie's Original Apple Pie is a good addition to any summer event with family and friends

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Expires Jan 15th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only at listed locations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Bakery Fare

Slices of Tootie chocolate-pecan pie ($4.99) and original apple ($5.99) accompany large café lattes ($3.99) and paninis ($8.29) in-house, and whole pies ($30.95–$35.95) are available for carry-out. See the full menu.

Tootie Pie Co. Gourmet Café

After being widowed in 1982, Ruby Lorraine Feagan, better known as Tootie, began supporting her family one pie at a time, building her reputation as she won a succession of baking contests throughout Texas hill country. Investor Don Merrill came into the fold after reading a flattering article in Southern Living magazine and subsequently tasting one of Tootie’s crusty, buttery, 6-pound apple pies. Today, Tootie and her daughter continue to ensure the quality of Tootie Pie Co. Gourmet Café’s 13 signature pie flavors — which also include lemon velvet, coconut supreme, and the Rachael Ray–praised pumpkin pie — as they’re carefully crafted and delivered to customers’ homes nationwide. The bakery’s burgeoning fame has extended to the Food Network’s Kid in a Candy Store, which featured Tootie’s pie-on-a-stick, slices of signature desserts skewered and dipped in chocolate.

Inside Tootie’s café, the menu of gourmet sandwiches includes sweet chicken salad with red grapes and pecans and italian grilled chicken panini with roasted red pepper and pesto or chipotle mayo. Sips of house coffee and espresso-based Milan mochas clear palates between bites better than vigorously shaking them Etch A Sketch–style.

Tootie Pie Co.

After being widowed in 1982, Ruby Lorraine Feagan, better known as Tootie, began supporting her family one pie at a time, building her reputation as she won a succession of baking contests throughout Texas hill country. Investor Don Merrill came into the fold after reading a flattering article in Southern Living magazine and subsequently tasting one of Tootie's crusty, buttery, 6-pound apple pies. Today, Tootie and her daughter continue to ensure the quality of Tootie Pie Co. Gourmet Café's 13 signature pie flavors — which also include lemon velvet, coconut supreme, and the Rachael Ray–praised pumpkin pie — as they're carefully crafted and delivered to customers' homes nationwide. The bakery's burgeoning fame has extended to the Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store, which featured Tootie's pie-on-a-stick, slices of signature desserts skewered and dipped in chocolate.

Inside Tootie's café, the menu of gourmet sandwiches includes sweet chicken salad with red grapes and pecans and italian grilled chicken panini with roasted red pepper and pesto or chipotle mayo. Sips of house coffee and espresso-based Milan mochas clear palates between bites better than vigorously shaking them Etch A Sketch–style.

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