Humble Pie, Raleigh

Humble Pie, Raleigh - Address

Address: 317 S Harrington St, Raleigh, NC 27603, USA

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Timings: 11:00 am - 02:00 pm Details

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About Humble Pie, Raleigh

To eat humble pie, in common usage, is to apologize and face humiliation for a serious error. Humble pie, or umble pie, is also a term for a variety of pastries based on medieval meat pies.


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  • Had brunch here recently and it was fantastic! The shrimp and grits were perfect! Can't wait to go back!

  • Great place for small plates or good food. A little pricey for the amount of food you'll get. Trendy crowd and a pretty good atmosphere.

  • Have been here twice so far and had the steak, zucchini, and fried chicken both visits and they were delicious. The sourdough bread was some of the best bread I've ever had, I'm a big fan of that particular type of texture.

  • Pretty good brunch on the Sunday I went to humble pie. They usually serve a healthy option however this time they're just didn't seem to be a whole lot To choose from.

  • Brunch was great. Highly recommend making reservations. We showed up 15-20 min before they opened and there was already a line. They only had two unreserved tables and we were lucky enough to snag one. The food was amazing. At first I was a little worried about portion size because the menu doesn't list any sides, but large biscuits and chunky hash browns are served family style with endless refill. I love that concept! Coffee was good. Waiter was very attentive and helpful.

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