PIE. Who could ask for more?. With all the cupcake and froyo places scattered throughout DC, it's kind of refreshing to see a spot that serves something different. And there's a reason why they call themselves Dangerously Delicious, because they're so good that it'll be hard to stay away. I find myself craving pies now, knowing there's a place to satiate that. I particularly love their Baltimore bomb: it's rich, chocolately, but not a typical chocolate pie-taste with it's crumbled cookie filling. The chocolate cream is also excellent, with a light, chocolate-mousse like filling topped with cream. Their strawberry-rhubarb is both sweet and tart and would go great with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. At $6.50-$7.50 a pop, these pie slices are pricier than other desserts, but the novelty of being the few cafes/bakeries that sell pie on the spot lets DD get away with that. I'm willing to cough up the money. It's darn good pie.
Citysearch Editorial Review. Originally opened in Baltimore by a rocker who needed help paying the bills, the H Street location of the rock-and-roll themed pie shop (look for the pie-and-crossbones flag) serves up sweet and savory pies--both whole and by the slice--alongside free shows, even after surrounding bars have called it a night.
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