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Philadelphia, PA
19146

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Just Desserts

By Magpie | Oct 1, 2013 | News | Press

As featured in Where.

Philadelphia’s Tourism Agency Hosts Bloggers’ Tour

By 20nine | Sep 30, 2013 | News | Press

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation hosted a group of social-media-savvy bloggers this weekend, inviting them to explore Philadelphia’s neighborhoods and describe their impressions in words and pictures. Read more.

Where to Eat Brunch This Weekend

By 20nine | Sep 20, 2013 | News | Press

Thanks to proprietor Holly Ricciardi, you can now start your weekend mornings with the relaxed, all-in-one-bite dish that is pie. South Street West’s Magpie has launched Sunday brunch with a quad of special items baked specially for this meal. Read more.

Where to Eat Brunch This Weekend

By Magpie | Sep 20, 2013 | News | Press

Thanks to proprietor Holly Ricciardi, you can now start your weekend mornings with the relaxed, all-in-one-bite dish that is pie. South Street West’s Magpie has launched Sunday brunch with a quad of special items baked specially for this meal. Read more.

Cheeseburger Pie

By Magpie | Jun 28, 2013 | News | Press

Michael Klein, Philly.com

Posted: Friday, June 28, 2013, 12:36 PM

Cheeseburger pie? Everybody's doing cheeseburgers. Not too many people are making pies. But Holly Ricciardi has rolled out a cheeseburger pie at Magpie artisan pie boutique, 1622 South St. She combines seared ground sirloin and sharp Wisconsin cheddar, and tops it with iceberg lettuce, tomato and dill pickle slices for $9.50. And no, the photo does not do it justice.

Magpie Introduces Pie Milkshakes

By Magpie | May 31, 2013 | News | Press

South Street sweet spot Magpie introduces its innovative pie milkshakes just in time for summer's first heat wave. The delicious twist on the classic dessert allows those with a sweet tooth to blend their favorite slice of Magpie’s signature pies—fruit, cream, and custard—into a decadent 16-ounce milkshake. Read more.

Blueberry Polenta Pie

By Magpie | May 8, 2013 | News | Press

As featured in Philadelphia Wedding magazine, Spring/Summer 2013.

Pie Milkshakes At Magpie

By Magpie | Apr 24, 2013 | News | Press

BY TAYLOR BUSH  |  APRIL 24, 2013 AT 4:01 PM

Pie lovers who are looking for something new need look no further than South Street’s Magpie.

Just in time for summer’s heat, Magpie’s Holly Ricciardi is liquefying her inventory. That’s right—she’s decided to completely melt (and blend) down her fruit, cream and custard pies into 16 oz. pie milkshakes for customers to try while temperatures soar. All shakes are made using Magpie pies and Bassets vanilla ice cream. As shown above, they’re served in a Mason jar with a straw and a spoon.

Here’s Magpie’s pie milkshake lineup for April:

Apple Pie – $8.50

Chocolate Coffee Cinnamon Pecan – $8.00

Butterscotch Bourbon – $8.00

Coconut Cream – $8.00

Lemon Curd – $8.00

As the months go by, Ricciardi will be adding more sweet pies to her lineup and, of course, turning said pies into more pie milkshakes.

Magpie Liquidating Assets

By Magpie | Apr 23, 2013 | News | Press

By Adam Erace Published: 04/23/2013

Pie queen Holly Ricciardi is coming up on the one-year anniversary for her charming shop, Magpie (1622 South St.). If you haven't been yet, go, and try out the bakery's warm-weather creation: pie milkshakes. Part pie, part milkshake, these crust-flecked blends feature Bassets vanilla ice cream and Ricciardi's fruit and cream/custard pies for $8.50 and $8, respectively. 

Apple Pie - $8.50

Chocolate Coffee Cinnamon Pecan - $8.00

Butterscotch Bourbon - $8.00

Coconut Cream - $8.00

Lemon Curd - $8.00

Weekend must-tries: Manayunk Restaurant Week; pie in a milkshake

By Magpie | Apr 19, 2013 | News | Press

Shake it up. Pie is delicious enough. But can it be improved?

Holly Ricciardi, going into her first spring at her Magpie pie shop, is blending her fruit, cream and custard pies into 16-ounce milkshakes. She dips Bassetts vanilla ice cream, mashes in pie, blends on high and serves it in a Mason jar with a straw and a spoon. Apple is $8.50, while the other varieties offered in April - Chocolate Coffee Cinnamon Pecan, Butterscotch Bourbon, Coconut Cream and Lemon Curd - are $8.