Norma's Cafe

For its ninth year in a row, Norma’s Cafe, the original Dallas dining icon, will celebrate National Pie Day by offering guests a free slice of its famous Mile-High Pie on Jan. 23 at all five locations.

“At Norma’s Cafe, we believe that every meal should end on a sweet note, and we’re excited to make it easy for our guests to indulge on National Pie Day,” said Ed Murph, owner of Norma’s Cafe. “Last year we served approximately 4,200 slices of pie to guests across all of our locations and we’re happy to continue this tradition for the ninth year in a row.’” 

On Jan. 23, guests can stop by any of the five Norma’s Cafe locations to receive one free slice of the classic Mile-High Pies such as coconut, chocolate, lemon, chocolate peanut butter and Oreo. No purchase necessary. Slices of pie will be available while supplies last from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and available for dine-in guests only. Guests can find more information, updates and giveaway opportunities through the Facebook event here.

Additionally, Norma’s Cafe has brought back the beloved “Birthday Cake Pie” for a limited time only. Throughout the month of January, guests can purchase a slice, or a full pie, that’s made with birthday cake flavored cream and cookie bits with a homemade whipped cream topping with sprinkles and Oreos. Proceeds from the pie will directly benefit The Birthday Party Project, a local nonprofit dedicated to bringing joy to homeless children through the magic of birthdays. All cafe locations will sell the “Birthday Cake Pie” through the end of January, while supplies last.  

All Norma’s Cafe locations will also be selling a “Keep Calm and Eat Pie” long sleeved, black T-shirt on sale for $17.99, while supplies last.

Locations include 8300 Gaylord Parkway #19 Frisco605 W 15th St Plano17721 N. Dallas Parkway #130 Dallas9100 N. Central Expressway, Suite 151 Dallas1123 W. Davis St. Dallas

For more information visit NormasCafe.com.

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