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New Year

Hey Everybody, it is that time again. Just a little update about our hours for New Year’s eve and the beginning of January.

On New Year’s Eve, we will be closing early at 5pm, so if you need a pie for the big night, please order it and pick it up before 5. As usual, you can order your pie online at www.petalumapies.com

We will be open for a short day on New Year’s Day from 11am to 5pm.

We will be closed on Tuesday January 3rd and Wednesday January 4th for maintenance.

Thank you for your support through the years and Happy New Year!

Happy Year of the Monkey!

Hey Everybody! It is the Year of the Monkey in the Chinese and Lunar Calendar! Kunghei fatchoy!

Once again we have a new pie tin based sculpture on display made by our very own artist in residence Shana! Born and raised in Petaluma, Shana has been at Petaluma Pie Company for four years and counting. Every year, she  brings to life our recycled pie tins by transforming them into animal shapes from Chinese zodiac signs. This year is the year of Monkey.

Why don’t you come in and celebrate with Banana Cream Pie?

Year of the Monkey at Petaluma Pie Company

Shana and her Monkey

And now a look back at animals of the zodiac made of pie tins:

Year of the Sheep at Petaluma Pie

Shana’s Sheep

Year of the Horse at Petaluma Pie

Shana and her Horse

Year of the Snake at Petaluma Pie

Shana’s Snake

New Year, New Hours

Hello Everybody! As you may have noticed, it is a brand new year. We have changed our hours for the remainder of the winter. We are still open every day, but from Sunday through Thursday we are now open from 9 to 7, Friday and Saturday are still 9-9.

In other shop hours news, we will be CLOSED from Tuesday January 12th through Thursday January 14th for a little rest. We will re-open on Friday January 15th.


Happy New Year!

Hey Everybody, it’s New Years Eve! Just letting you all know that we are OPEN 9 to 4 today and yes, we are open on New Year Day for a short while from 10 to 4.

Have a safe and happy new year and thank you Petaluma for another year of pie!

Tangerine Dream Supreme

Creamy Tangerine Dream Supreme at Petaluma Pie CompanyHey Everybody! It’s Saturday and the year is new! In China and Japan, it is considered to be good luck to eat tangerines, mandarins and other citrus during the new year. We have a creamy Tangerine Dream Supreme pie we’d like to share with you. It is actually made from Mandarins (grown here in Petaluma by us) but Mandarins are closely related to Tangerines and are often sold as Tangerines and are quite delicious. This Saturday from noon to 3 (or until we run out) we will be sampling our Tangerine Dream Supreme pie which tastes like a Creamsicle, only real and in a pie.

Also, it looks like another clear and cold (for Petaluma) day. Just a friendly reminder that we have hot savory pies, soup, hot chocolate, hot cider, hot tea and more for you! We will be open until 9 on Saturday!

Petaluma Pie grown Mandarin Oranges


It’s Almost New Year’s Eve!

New Year Resolution Eat More PieHey Everybody, we hope you had a great holiday season. We’ve got just one more big holiday to go, New Year’s Eve! It looks like we have a little break from the rainy weather and it is clear and cold(ish). We are open every day this week with hot food and beverages for you and festive sweet pies. New Year’s Eve we will close early at 5 so our staff can go home, wash off the flour  and get ready to party. On January 1st, those of us who are too boring to party will be here for you with fresh pie when you eventually wake up. We will be open from 11-5 on New Year’s Day. Not only that, we will have red bean and mochi pie for you! As usual, you can order your New Year’s Eve pies online, in the shop or on the phone at 707-766-6743 (7mm-PIE)

Happy New Year!

Welcome to the year 5775! Shana tovah u’metukah, Everybody! It is Rosh Hashanah and we wish you “a good and sweet new year.” If we baked bread we would make you some Challah, but it looks like you’ll have to settle for delicious sweet pies or some nice fruit.

Pomegranates, apples and honey are also great foods to eat for Rosh Hashanah

Pomegranates, apples and honey are also great foods to eat for Rosh Hashanah