Sweet & Caffeinated: Republic of Pie

Posted on by sorellacaffe

In the spirit of the very best holiday (obviously Thanksgiving), it seemed only fitting that I should visit Republic of Pie in North Hollywood!

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I’ve had warm fuzzies for this place ever since Mike brought me when we first started dating. It’s such a cute little spot in the NoHo arts district – and it’s also perfect for breakfast! I enjoyed this small bowl of yogurt and granola immensely.

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As a former marketing major I really appreciate that Republic of Pie rocks their logo all over the cafe, including on this little stage background. They have live music every day, another win!

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Real trees, twinkle lights, artwork on the walls, and skylights are just a few of the adorable qualities of this sweet spot. They were also silently playing the 1938 version on Robin Hood and a great mix of indie music.

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My only regret is not trying this nutella latte. In my morning daze I ordered my usual vanilla latte without thinking twice!

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I took home a piece of pecan pie and pumpkin pie, aka two of my Thanksgiving favorites! Just amazing! I also brought Mike home his favorite, a piece of banana cream pie – it was sadly way too messy to photograph, so you’ll just have to take my word that it was beyond delicious.

Mary Costa Photography for Garlic My Soul | Republic of Pie |-9Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving pie?


 

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