Rock Springs Café Celebrates National Pie Day

Do you love pie? You will be thrilled to hear that today is National Pie Day! To celebrate, Angela Brunk joins Pat McMahon from Rock Springs Cafe with an array of incredibly delicious pies. From traditional cherry to bourbon pecan, from chocolate cream to mixed berry crumble, they have the most delicious pies you will ever have. Celebrate National Pie Day with Rock Springs Cafe!

From AZTV7

Rock Springs Celebrating 100 Years of Pies

Rock Springs Café in Black Canyon City – a must-stop for those traveling to and from Arizona’s high country — has been baking delicious pies for a century. The restaurant is celebrating the big anniversary this week. Photojournalist Louis Tortora takes us inside.

Arizona restaurant hits milestone, celebrates 100-year anniversary

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Rock Springs Cafe Music Festival

Apple pie, cherry pie, chocolate cream, lemon merengue… Rock Springs Cafe is famous for the best pies around, and when they set up a display for us, everyone gets hungry! Augie Perry, co-owner of Rock Springs Cafe, and Chef Angel Brunk join Catherine Anaya with information about their delicious pies. They also share details about their upcoming music festival! What a perfect combination.

Rock Springs hosting ‘Best Pie of the Century’ contest

Rock Springs Café is hosting the “Pie of the Century” contest. Judges will vote on the best pie recipe, but you need to enter the contest by Monday, October 15.

AZ Family – Day Trippin’ to Rock Springs Cafe

Gina Maravilla from Good Morning Arizona came down to visit us at Rock Springs Cafe for a little Day Trippin’.

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in the news. “Pies are safe”

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The Arizona Republic wrote a nice story about Rock Springs Cafe letting everyone know that the “Pies are safe”.

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Rock Springs Cafe Dates back to 1918 – AZ Central

“Cars speed by Rock Springs Cafe on Interstate 17 at 75 mph, but on a recent morning a roadrunner with a lizard in its beak was in no hurry to cross the frontage road.”

Read the rest of the story here.