Laurie’s Pie Bar has announced a franchise program to expand nationwide, beginning with Nevada, Arizona and Texas. The new franchises will offer premium, handmade pies, coffee, ice cream and optional beer and wine.

“After eight years of crafting delicious, fresh pies, we’re now looking to grow and seek motivated professionals to join our program,” says Laurie Gray, founder of Laurie’s Pie Bar.

Kicking off in these southwestern states, with plans for national expansion, Gray emphasizes focusing on franchisee satisfaction and controlled growth. She credits the program’s solid foundation to Laurie’s Pie Bar’s growth and market demand.

Franchisees receive extensive training, marketing, operational support and exclusive territories. At Laurie's Pie Bar, the menu is a testament to their passion for pie-making, offering a variety of handcrafted, fresh pies daily, including classic, original and seasonal flavors. Unique offerings like Pet Pies, Cutie Pies in mason jars and Pie Shots in shot glasses are available, alongside selected coffee drinks and ice cream. For a fuller experience, beer and wine options are also available. Each menu item has been chosen to enhance the joy of pie-eating, creating a memorable visit every time.

“It’s not just about serving food, but offering an experience that evokes home and happiness. Inviting customers into a world of comfort and quality, every slice, sip, and scoop reflects the dedication that makes Laurie’s Pie Bar a cherished destination, attracting people willing to travel hours for our delicious offerings,” Gray says.

Laurie Gray's journey from the corporate world to the heart of the bakery kitchen is a story of passion reignited. Leaving a three-decade career in marketing and finance to pursue her childhood love of baking, Laurie's Pie Bar was born. Inspired by the idea that pie represents comfort and tradition often overlooked in today's fast-paced world, the shop in Long Beach, California has been a popular destination since 2016.