Head to Maine Diner in Wells for a fresh lobster roll followed by some just-like-your-Maine-grandma-made blueberry pie.Photo courtesy of Goldbelly, Go to: Royers in Round Top ships out thousands of its beloved pecan pies during the holidays. Little did they know these cookies would someday be thrown into a pie to create some gooey goodness.Photo courtesy of Dangerously Delicious Pies, Go to: Heck, the state even has its own Sweet Potato Commission. (Again, existential pie questions.) What do Mexican restaurants know about pies? Watch out for "Key lime" pies baked with Persian limes instead. Ruth & Dean 3 $$Bakeries. For a real-deal Key lime pie, head to Kermit's Key West Key Lime Shoppe, where Kermit bakes his tart, rich pie in a classic graham cracker crust. Photo By: Photo by Brian T. Evans There might as well be a law that says you can't attend a Kentucky Derby party without having a mint julep in one hand and a slice of Derby pie in the other. (Who knew pies would invite so many existential questions?) Instead it’s a blend of blueberries, blackberries and boysenberries, which all combine to make a dark berry-heavy pie filling. The filling is spiked with coffee liqueur, and, as if there weren’t already enough chocolate, the pie gets a drizzle of chocolate syrup or chocolate shavings on top. 3/14 The Guinea Grill. As the name suggests, this pie originated from the Shaker community, the early 19th century religious group that established a vibrant fellowship in the Midwest. Lasyone's Meat Pie Kitchen, Go to: It’s an original creation over at Idle Isle Cafe in Brigham City (Utah’s third-oldest restaurant), and it’s worth a serious detour if you ask anyone in Utah.Photo courtesy of Brad Thomas Parsons, Pecans are the state nut of Texas; the pecan tree is the state tree of Texas; and, big surprise here, the pecan pie is the state dessert of Texas. The "Hoosier" part was added to the name because Indiana felt particularly proud of this pie (and didn't want any other state claiming credit). Well, guess what? Travel across the country and you'll find pies at roadside diners, orchards, bakeries, hotels, church potlucks — you really can't drive very far without bumping into a pie. The marionberry, not to be confused with the late D.C. mayor, is a blackberry variety from Marion County. But don’t worry, there are plenty of unofficial pies all over the state, especially in the Louisville area. Because rhubarb is a cool-season crop, it's popular among Wyoming gardeners. The berries only grow in the wild, which means you may have to fight off a bear (or another aggressive berry picker) to successfully harvest them. Creamy, minty and refreshing, the grasshopper pie can be found today at, In the late 1800s, a group of Mennonite farmers arrived in Kansas with bags of hardy wheat, which thrived in the Central Plains, even under extreme temperatures and high winds blowing through the region. Mary Mahoney’s Old French House, Chess pie is about as simple as pie gets: butter, egg, sugar, milk, a splash of vinegar and maybe some cornmeal. The restaurant at the iconic Omni Parker House is famous for Parker House rolls and Boston cream pies. The bagel, the pizza, the pastrami deli sandwich — there's no lack of iconic foods synonymous with New York City (and by extension the state, where the population is only slightly over double that of the city). It's a Southern favorite year-round, during the holidays and at state fairs. The saying “as American as apple pie” exists for a reason. Key lime pie, Sweet Delights, Miami, Florida. About 30 miles north of Seattle in the heart of Whidbey Island is one of the largest loganberry farms and home to, Rhubarb likely arrived in Wyoming back in the 1800s, originally coming from the U.K., where it's still a staple vegetable (not a fruit!)