Bang Bang Pie Shop. While Baker Miller carried on the tradition of pies and their infamous biscuits, it added in a selection of other pastries as well as a short, but well curated menu of savory dishes that are perfect for breakfast or lunch.
The interior of Baker Miller was pretty reminiscent of Bang Bang, with its simple set up. White walls showcased simple indie art in black frames, while bleached wood tables provided a bit of warmth to the space. There was also a patio out back, which created a pleasant picnic sort of atmosphere.
Not able to resist a few sweets, the ladies indulged in some treats to take home: some Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins, a couple of Confetti Cookie Sandwiches, and a slice each of S'mores Pie and (most exciting of all to Brandy) Blueberry Pie. The cookie sandwich was perhaps the most delightful, not only because it was filled with colorful sprinkles, but also because the filling was a deliciously tart blackberry jam and what seemed to be a thin layer of a cream cheese like substance that balanced it out. The muffins were a bit on the dry side with a very distinctive chew, but the fruit in them tasted fresh and lovely. Lastly, the pies were the masterpieces that Brandy expected them to be. The blueberry was every bit the Mona Lisa of pies that Brandy had remembered from her very first visit to Bang Bang, and the S'mores pie was rich, decadent, and perfect with a graham cracker crust and a bruleed marshmallow top that really reminded one of sitting beside a camp fire.
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