The Piecycle

November 6th, 2010 by Dawn

Ok, people.  Pie delivery?  I’m sitting here, hunkered inside on a Saturday evening, listening to the rain hitting the windows and The Swing Years and Beyond, and I get a craving for some pie.  All I have to do is send a text message, and then a guy shows up on my front doorstep with pie?  Sign me up.

For a bit over a month now, Max has been doing late night (9 p.m. to 3 a.m.) pie deliveries by bicycle on Fridays and Saturdays.  All you have to do is send a text message with your order and location, and The Piecycle will be at your door, too.

The Piecycle

Did you catch that it’s raining tonight?  This guy bikes around in the rain, and the dark, delivering pies to the hungry masses.  That’s dedication.  It’s only $3 a slice, or $20 for a whole pie.

So what’s the catch, you say?  Well, he’s on a bike, so the delivery area is limited (and luckily, my house is included!).  He delivers all over the U-District and surrounding neighborhoods.  Send him a text to find out if he’ll deliver to your location.

Vegan blueberry pie and cheesecake

Tonight we tried the cheesecake, which had hints of lemon and orange and disappeared in no time.  And the blueberry pie is delicious, too.  Max frequently has vegan offerings, and let me tell you, I’d have been hard pressed to guess that this blueberry pie is vegan.

And with a day or two notice, he’ll even bring you a gluten free pie if you need one.  Custom orders are no problem.  Just let him know what you’d like.  How’s that for service?

The Piecycle
9 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays
Delivery to U-District and surrounding neighborhoods
Text your order to (425) 923-6655

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2 Responses to “The Piecycle”

  1. Denise Michaels - Adventurous Foodie says:

    Love the creativity of energetic entrepreneurs. What a cool idea. Right now it’s just in the U-District, but I could see something like this going big. BIG! GINORMOUS!!!

  2. Ramin says:

    Sean, I am amazed at the Memorial Tree Garden and your commntmeit and dedication to this wonderful project. As a member of Hays Hills, I want to say thank you for all your hard work and tell you how much I appreciate having such a beautiful place to go to for prayer, reflection, and meditation. May God be praised and my His blessings be upon you.Tim Snowden

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