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Dangerously Delicious Pies Food Truck Type Food Truck

Must first try of this truck, based on popular office chatter - was not disappointed. I got the SMOG (being partial to mushrooms), a HUGE portion, fi

Apr 08, 2014 by Mark
What Did You Order?: SMOG • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: Yes • 
How Much Did It Cost?: $7.50 

Must first try of this truck, based on popular office chatter - was not disappointed. I got the SMOG (being partial to mushrooms), a HUGE portion, filled with very tender beef/steak, mushrooms and held together with a gruyere sauce. Toss in a salad with a balsamic dressing and you are set. All that for $7.50 makes this truck a DEAL...and a tasty one at that.


Tried the vegan pie offering of the day which was veggie chile. It came with an accompanying salad which I enjoyed. The pie was good - crust was wheat

Feb 11, 2014 by Sandra
What Did You Order?: Veggie chile pie • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: First time • 
How Much Did It Cost?: Under $10 

Tried the vegan pie offering of the day which was veggie chile. It came with an accompanying salad which I enjoyed. The pie was good - crust was wheaty, wholeseome,dense, not too buttery, and held together well. The filling had a good taste but it was a bit too carbohydrate loaded for me - there was rice AND potatoes in there, which together with the crust made for a 3-carb meal. Note to the chefs, veggie and vegan food does not have to be overwhelmed with carbs in order to satisfy or taste good. Overall, I enjoyed the meal, and appreciated the fact that they always have a vegan option - I will try this truck again.


This is my second go round with this truck. I ordered the SMOG and hated it. So as a precaution I ordered the Chicken Pot Pie and Quiche. I am unable

Feb 05, 2014 by Cassie Hairston
What Did You Order?: Chicken Pot Pie • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: Yes • 
How Much Did It Cost?: 7.50 

This is my second go round with this truck. I ordered the SMOG and hated it. So as a precaution I ordered the Chicken Pot Pie and Quiche. I am unable to tell you what the spinach and goat cheese tastes like b/c I am too busy licking the box the CPP came in! It was DELICIOUS and the balsamic for the salad...AMAZINGLY TASTY! I no longer have a love/hate relationship...it's all love!


The pot pie was good; filling quite tasty. Being a bit hard at the edges = a lot of crust unedible.Baltimore Bomb was quite good! A tad on the ric

Oct 07, 2013 by VAharleygirl
What Did You Order?: Chik Pot pie & Baltimore Bomb • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: TBD • 
How Much Did It Cost?: $14 

The pot pie was good; filling quite tasty. Being a bit hard at the edges = a lot of crust unedible.

Baltimore Bomb was quite good! A tad on the rich side, but I was expecting it.

I'll be on the lookout for them in the future, and look forward to trying more of their pies - savory & sweet both!


Simply put, delicious. The pie is perfect, i plan on trying all the pies. The hot rod was good but i wish it had some sort of meat and a pinch of salt

Aug 07, 2013 by Frosty the Snowman
What Did You Order?: Smog, hot rod potato, strawberry rougan(sp) • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: Yes yes yes • 
How Much Did It Cost?: 14.00 

Simply put, delicious. The pie is perfect, i plan on trying all the pies. The hot rod was good but i wish it had some sort of meat and a pinch of salt. Still good needless to say


The pie crust was light and flaky, the brats were plentiful and tasty, the server was pleasent, and there was even a salad. I would go there every day

Jul 24, 2013 by corsair the pirate
What Did You Order?: Beer Brat Pie • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: It is now! • 
How Much Did It Cost?: $7.50 

The pie crust was light and flaky, the brats were plentiful and tasty, the server was pleasent, and there was even a salad. I would go there every day if I could!

Great truck.


Waited 20 minutes in the hot sun to be told the item listed as available on the plainly marked menu was sold out. I WILL NOT BE BACK. Have a crappy da

Jul 18, 2013 by Mark Grzeszkiewicz
What Did You Order?: Bacon Quiche • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: Not any more • 
How Much Did It Cost?: 7.5 

Waited 20 minutes in the hot sun to be told the item listed as available on the plainly marked menu was sold out. I WILL NOT BE BACK. Have a crappy day, you certainly wasted my lunch time.


In my opinion, the most important part of a pie is the crust. This was my second time trying pie from this truck and the verdict is in. On both the

Jun 12, 2013 by Esi
What Did You Order?: Baltimore Bomb • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: NO • 
How Much Did It Cost?: $6.50 

In my opinion, the most important part of a pie is the crust. This was my second time trying pie from this truck and the verdict is in. On both the Chicken Pot Pie and the Baltimore Bomb, the pie crust is extremely dry, tough and tasteless. Basically all I ate was the filling, which defeats the purpose of ordering pie to begin with. I had a hard time cutting through it with my fork. I say, if you are going to specialize in pie, please make some improvements to the crust. I can offer some advice. Use butter and salt, don't over work the dough, and try baking it before you add the filling so the bottom doesn't become wet AND tough. I have no idea what pie the rest of these folks are eating, but a pie with a bad crust is a major fail!


Great value. $7.50 for a filling lunch. Pie was delicious and side salad - plain greens w/ a balsamic vinaigrette - fresh & a health accompanient.

Jan 08, 2013 by Sarah
What Did You Order?: Chicken Pot Pie • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: Yes 

Great value. $7.50 for a filling lunch. Pie was delicious and side salad - plain greens w/ a balsamic vinaigrette - fresh & a health accompanient. I'll be back!


The pie comes with a mixed green salad with a balsamic vinagrette. The salad was good but was just greens and could have used more variety. The pulled

Dec 21, 2012 by matt
What Did You Order?: Pulled pork, chocolate chess • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: No 

The pie comes with a mixed green salad with a balsamic vinagrette. The salad was good but was just greens and could have used more variety. The pulled pork was tender and delicious. Subtly sweet and spicy with a really good pork flavor. The pie was filled with pork with just a little onion. The chocolate chess had a strong cocao flavor but could have been a little sweeter. The homemade whipped cream was a really nice addition.


4.1 5.0 15 15 Must first try of this truck, based on popular office chatter - was not disappointed. I got the SMOG (being partial to mushrooms), a HUGE portion, filled with very tender beef/ste Dangerously Delicious Pies Food Truck

Dangerously Delicious Pies is a brick and mortar establishment located at 1339 H St Northeast, Washington, DC. On October 21, 2010, the restaurant launched its food truck serving the same pie slices that can be found in the restaurant. Dangerously Delicious Pies is the first DC restaurant to spawn off a food truck. Pies are both sweet and savory, including a BBQ pulled-pork pie!  Their truck re-launched on July 9, 2011 using the twitter username ThePieTruckDC and featured a new red base color. The first generation truck became the Cajunator food truck.

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