The Most Underrated Pie In L.A.: The Poll
Last week we asked for suggestions about what might be the most underrated pie in Los Angeles. We took stock of the answers, picked the ones that A) Seemed worthy, and B) Seemed possibly underrated (sorry, folks, Apple Pan doesn't really fit the bill), and came up with this list of five pies. Now it's your turn to vote on which pie gets to the final round.
You can vote one of two ways. If you have personal experience with one of these pies and believe it to, in fact, be underrated, please vote accordingly. If not, vote for the pie you'd most like to see tested. The two pies with the most votes at midnight, Monday, Dec. 17 will get a visit from us, the LA Weekly critics, and between those two a victor will be announced. Get to votin'!
This poll is now over. Results:
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