Submitted by Deke on Mon, 03/09/2020 - 16:20

314 Pie started as a food truck in 2012. We expended into several farmers markets in 2014. 

Our primary business involves selling pies from our food truck at office parks; catering events and weddings; and selling at farmers markets. As you can imagine, because people are not leaving their homes very much these days, our business has suffered greatly.

For that reason, we have started home deliveries. Order by 11:59PM Friday night for delivery the following week. We'll leave the pies at your home in insulated bags. No contact with delivery driver required.

Two delivery zones

Place an order by 11:59 PM Friday. Your order will be delivered the following week.

  • Central/South/West Zone (shaded blue): Delivery Monday starting at 1PM.
  • North and East Side Zone (shaded yellow): Delivery Tuesday starting at 1PM.

Frequently asked questions:

Q: How do I bake the pies?

A: Preheat oven to 400°F. Bake pies for 30 minutes, or until internal temperature reaches 165°F. Pies with potato toppings may take a few minutes longer.

Q: What's the serving size?

A: Our savory pies are designed to be about a meal for one person. They're 5 inches in diameter and contain around 800 calories (depending on the pie).

Q: How long will the pies keep in the refrigerator? Can I freeze these pies?

A: The pies should keep in the refrigerator for at least four days. They also freeze quite well. For freezing, we suggest wrapping in plastic wrap or storing in an airtight container. For best results, thaw pies overnight before baking. If baking from frozen, add about ten minutes to baking time. Bake until internal temperature reaches 165°.

Q: How can I tell which pie is which?

A: The savory pies should have a small design made out of crust to tell them apart. You should receive a sheet of paper with them detailing which design indicates which pie.

△ (triangle): Steak and Mushroom

o (single dot): Chicken pot pie

oo (double dot): Lamb and Potato

X: Chicken Cordon Bleu

II (double line): Veggie Curry

I (single line): Wild Mushroom