Miami’s arguably most hip neighborhood is about to get another hip newcomer, Pink Pie. It’ll be the first brick-and-mortar outpost for the company, which currently has a weekly presence at the Yellow Green Farmers Market in Hollywood.
On the menu are a plethora of three-inch mini pies that come in an assortment of more than 30 flavors that’ll rotate throughout the year. Think summer flavors like passion fruit and sweet corn and pistachio, fall flavors like pumpkin cookie butter and pecan and cranberry mascarpone, along with permanent flavors like Oreo Nutella, key lime, guava cheese, and vegan and gluten-free coconut dulce de leche. Savory pies include bacon, egg and cheese, onion and duck confit, among others. Apart from mini pies, Pink Pie will feature “pies’cream sandwiches,” pie milkshakes, and a full beverage program including coffee, tea, craft beer and wine.
The pie shop is the brainchild of husband and wife duo Michael McGowan and Paloma Machado-McGowan, who are both classically trained chefs who worked in Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City like Betony and Ai Fiori before starting Pink Pie in September 2016.
The 900-square-foot space will be a self-described “New York-inspired minimalistic and modern space” with subway-tiled walls, concrete and wood furnishings and a large neon sign of their motto “don’t be shy, try some pie” hanging in the store.
Pink Pie is slated to open in late September at 170 NW 26th Street. Stay tuned for more updates.